it's like listing complaints against your neighbor as a) throwing grenades through your window and, b) not returning the garden hose you lent him.
Both can result in me pursuing legal action of some sort, so I guess those do equate too.
"A number that is ten greater than the largest number which is expressible in the English language using no more than 140 letters or numbers."
If you're only better by 1, you didn't try hard enough.
The difference being that the Tritium in luminous devices is contained
Until I trip on the ice in front of a big box store, break the watch open and sue the both the manufacturer of the watch for using Tritium and the big box store for having unsafe practices in regards to ice that could cause both personal injury and environmental concerns in the form of Tritium leaks. The irony of course being that nuclear power plants (which produce tritium as a by product) and big box stores are both things that most Americans don't want in their back yard.
The tritium at Vermont Yankee was contained as well... until it wasn't anymore. But I do agree that they should have to clean it up and pay the price. The generl public does need more confidence in nuclear.
It isn't easy being the parent of a six-year-old. However, it's a pretty small price to pay for having somebody around the house who understands computers.