"David L. Snyder" is a film and television production designer. He was nominated for Best Art Direction for his work on Blade Runner at the 55th Annual Academy Awards. He has also worked as an Art Director, Producer and Assistant Director, on films including Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, The Whole Nine Yards and the televisions programs Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (TV series)/Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and Battlestar Galactica (1978 TV series)/Battlestar Galactica.

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We prefer United for its service and because it covers most national routes.

A large majority of the U.S. public supports use of red light cameras.

If he can't fly United, we charge the tickets on his American Express card and transfer the miles to other airlines.

It's worth it, ... You're going to pay for it over 30 years, and I think it's an important regional improvement.

What we lack is a coordinated public information system in the event of a major incident. What we need is a system that will function instantaneously and automatically every time. . . . That doesn't exist now.

The existing insurance rates capture all relevant risks. After the proposed changes, the rates will be less accurate.

The new rates will be more politically and special interest-driven. Current insurance pricing reflects what's really occurring on the highways.

Everyone's looking at this to see if it will really reach significant numbers of people who are otherwise not reachable.