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Topic: One of my clients...
Message: Posted by: Steven Steele (Jun 8, 2006 12:04AM)
Last night a man driving a car was going into a diabetic coma and caused his car to hit another at an estimated 100 miles an hour. It killed a 10 year old girl and critically injured her mother (who will be OK) who were in the car that was hit. The little girl was in my wife's fourth grade class and she was also the girl I levitated at an assembly earlier this year. We are all crushed. She was a wonderful person and a star in my wife's class.

I'll never forget when I used "Spelling Bee" to magically conjure up her name to be levitated. She came from an underprivileged family and her smile and glee to be part of my act is something I will never forget.
Message: Posted by: airship (Jun 9, 2006 03:17PM)
It's always so hard when a child dies. I'm not a brittle enough diabetic myself for this to be a concern, but I am an advocate of not driving if you can't. I quit driving for three years when it became apparent that my cataracts were getting bad, and didn't start again until after my corrective surgery.

Driving is a privilege, not a right. No one has the right to drive when it could threaten the safety of others.