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This isn't about AAA being infallible. It's expecting people to quit AAA because it isn't infallible.

And thump, lots of people drive in the rain or snow and lose control of their vehicle, or spend a split second switching stations on the radio and fail to see someone crossing mid-block and wearing all black at 2 AM. Should we post their addresses and engage in real vigilante justice against these hideous murderers with blood on their hands?

by J.D. Hammond on Feb 15, 2013 11:07 am • linkreport

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