Kids young enough not to know the dangers of tin cans should not be handling opened tin cans in the first place without parental supervision. This is the fault of the parents, not the children.So I figure that keeping kids from cutting themselves to shreds on opened tin cans is not a problem.
We may as well just ban knives, hammers, scissors, axes, basically any implement that could be mis-used or lead to an accidental injury. Because our cotton-wool wrapping will never be thick enough!
And yet guns are exempted from this (in some countries at least.)We may as well just ban knives, hammers, scissors, axes, basically any implement that could be mis-used or lead to an accidental injury. Because our cotton-wool wrapping will never be thick enough!
In fairness to this (I'm actually a professional firefighter), the extinguisher has limited capability and people may put themselves at undue risk without any hope of putting the fire out.Better to let your building burn down than to try to be a hero.
This is kind of brilliant.Absolutely mental. Another by product of the health and safety absession is the spread of the "Stupid gene" Before H and S really stupid people would be naturally weeded out of society. Survival of the fittest. With health and safety the stupid gene is spread, meaning more stupid people doing stupid things, and living to tell the tale. Hence the people coming up with these decisions. Stupid.