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Posted 16 April 2012 - 09:53 AM
Posted 17 April 2012 - 08:28 AM
Brett, you don't want to join the EU. If you guys think there is too much red tape in the States, you should see it here. An example:
There was a bus route somewhere in Stockholm that was OK for one driver to run according to Swedish law, but accourding to EU law, the route was too long for one driver. So, what did the Swedes do? They solved the problem by having the driver stop the bus halfway through the run, get out, change the number on the bus and keep going.
Here is the link to the Swedish Baseball Federation, there is a link to the English translation up at the top towards the rignt:
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