In a message dated 6/15/00 8:52:58 AM Central Daylight Time,
> I have heard (though never got confirmation, anybody know for sure?
> Care to tell me I'm wrong and quit worrying?) that the vast majority
> of cargo arriving in U.S. ports never goes through any kind of
> inspection, and if it does it's usually a random inspection of a small
> portion of the contents, making it extremely unlikely that one
> particular suspicious carton among the Hyundai's or whatever would be
True. But you wouldn't even have to take this chance if you use my so-far
buoy method, described in a previous post.
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