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Subject: [Leica] mobile phones and breakneck speeds
From: nathan.wajsman at (Nathan Wajsman)
Date: Wed May 18 23:23:13 2005
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I have never been to those states, but have read that even today, 
Montana has no official speed limit.

The 100 mph you mention (160 km/h) is exactly my standard cruising speed 
when I go on my long drives to Denmark, France etc.

Nathan wrote:

> "Invariably, every visit involves a speeding ticket--I simply find it 
> physically impossible to drive a car at 65 mph or even the 75 mph which is 
> permitted in some parts of Florida (that is where my last visit took me, 
> in October)."
> Years before I was old enough to drive a few of the Western states 
> (Montana, Wyoming, Nevada) had posted speed limits of "Reasonable and 
> Proper" Apparently speeds of 100mph were not uncommon.
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