February 1998

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HPIn SHE: Animal crackers

An American friend of mine once remarked as the saga of Three Mile Island began to unfold: "Organizing a large-scale disaster is not as simple as it seems." I was reminded of his words one evening in ..

Whetton, Chris, ility Engineering

An American friend of mine once remarked as the saga of Three Mile Island began to unfold: "Organizing a large-scale disaster is not as simple as it seems." I was reminded of his words one evening in my local pub. It was, by British standards, very cold and I had been wearing, amongst other things, a large sable schapka which, for safe keeping, I placed on the bench beside me. Shortly afterwards, a neighboring couple came in with their dog. The dog saw the hat, assumed it was a live animal and, with a vicious snarl, made a dive for it. This sudden movement caught Roy, one of the dog's owners, by surprise and thus he was not prepared for the sudden tug on the leash. He fell forward,

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