KurtisKiesel writes: I propose the following predicament for your discussion. Imagine it is Christmas Eve in Yuppytown America. Two mischievous young adults decide to play a little ‘project mayhem’ at their local box store that is open late night. With long lines of last minute shoppers filling the store they walk over to the hardware section and topple over a shelf full of CFL light bulbs. The boxes hit the ground moments before the shelf lands and crushes no less than a few of the light bulbs. What happens? According to the EPA the area needs to be evacuated because of mercury gas, ‘step 1: Have people and pets leave the room’. CFL's have to have a very small % of breakages that occur in transit and there has to be accidental incidents of breakages on the showroom floor, why don't we hear of stores closing for cleanup?