posted on Sep, 23 2012 @ 07:19 PM
reply to post by MCSQUARED1
Everyone has accidents as kids but you can't go round blaming everyone and banning things, whatever precautions people can put into place are for the
better, like the rubber flooring you mentioned it might of been worse for the unfortunate kid if the flooring wasn't put in place, but it wouldn't do
any good banning the play ground It's a bit of give and take with these things
Ahhh, you got it now. You can't go banning a food product because a very few are allergic to it.
If we line all the kids in a school up and force- feed them peanut butter, only the allergic are adversely affected.
If we drop all the kids from a height of ten feet onto the ground, it isn't like there are a precious few that are allergic to hitting the ground,
they are all succeptible.
Remember, I am not looking to ban playground equipment, I am against banning peanut butter.
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