Posts Tagged ‘safety’

Bars in the Shower

March 17, 2018

My Doc told me to put bars in my shower so I did:

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Thanks to Dennis V for the above photo

“Move Over”

December 23, 2016

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Embrace Life

September 6, 2016

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Southwest Airline Safety Presentation

June 15, 2016

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“It’s not foolproof”

July 31, 2015

“When — God forbid — we do pick the carcass of a drone out of one of the engines of a commercial airliner, we can find the serial number and trace it back to the original owner,” Canoll said. “I know it’s not foolproof.”

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Drivers Were Expected to Live

February 11, 2015

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Watch that tire pressure

May 16, 2012

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Wonder if they cut corners on safety maintenance?

November 18, 2011

Airline passengers asked for extra cash for fuel

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Just a thought

April 24, 2010

 

Unfortunately some Americans died today from a series of tornados. Most of us that live in “Tornado Alley” have occasionally moved into a safer room of our homes upon hearing the warnings. I have never  been told to do so but I see no real harm the next time that happens in grabbing my helmet (motorcycle, bicycle, etc.). Motorcycle helmets are designed for severe impacts and would probably help the most but bicycle helmets may give some protection from flying or falling timbers, etc. I have experienced two tornadoes in my life time and although they were not extremely terrifying I do respect their power. During the strongest one I experienced I was close to Grissom Air Force Base and the 100 ton hanger doors were curled into the hangers like putty and as I remember those winds were only 80 + miles per hour.

Avalanche snowboard

March 2, 2010

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