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Why battle someone in a hand­-to-hand conflict when you can just mail them a bag full of  SARS? It’s easier, it poses less risk to your own safety, you don’t have to put on all that  heavy battle gear, and postal rates aren’t all that unreasonable. Of course, it’s cowardly and underhanded, but hey... you gotta do what you gotta do.

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