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Re: (no subject-really)

I was strictly thinking of reaction times since being a highly qualified
race car driver used to reacting to automotive events at 200 MPH and
drinking alcohol both affect one's driving capabilities, in opposite
ways of course. And if "Mario" could also "hold his liquor," well then

Phil Payne wrote:
> In message <199702131114.GAA28766@coimbra.ans.net> Robert Myers writes:
> > Not necessarily.  This would presume that any good race driver would drive
> > drunk.  Not necessarily so.  I doubt that many are that stupid.
> In that case, he would undoubtedly become the world's best drunk driver - by
> simply refusing to get into the car.  I can't think how a drunk driver could
> improve on that.
> --
>  Phil Payne
>  phil@sievers.com
>  Committee Member, UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club