which only works against people who voted for the "shield" option.
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Aww c'mon, didn't your mom read to you from the Where's Waldo that had nothing but satellite parts? What about the I-Spy with satellite parts? And how did you get your driver's license without knowing how to avoid satellite parts on the road?
Seriously, does it bother anyone else that nobody would have a clue what a part of a satellite which impacted with the ground would look like? Theoretically, if the part were radioactive, it might kill vegetation in the immediate vicinity, which could indicate to someone slightly observant that it may be a problem.
Honestly, this thread (like most poll booth results) are entertaining folly.
After retiring I definately plan on scouring the wilds with my metal detector and geiger counter wearing big ol' shorts and a sun hat.