Safety Ed


Safety in History
November 30, 2006, 10:13 pm
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Why did we stop using this thing?

THE sending of false fire alarms by mischievous persons may be eliminated through use of a newly developed call box. To use the device, the sender of an alarm must pass a hand through a special compartment to reach the signal dial. Once the dial has been turned, the sender’s hand is locked in the compartment until released by a fireman or policeman with a key.

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Safety tip of the decade: Stay out of Iraq
November 28, 2006, 6:36 pm
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What happened to the flowers and candy?

well, what we have here is an ambushed humvee. notices how some are entrance holes and others are exit holes?…mostly exit holes



Taser + Balls = Pain
November 26, 2006, 6:27 pm
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Safety Ed says: “Always keep your balls away from sharp, protruding, electrified objects.

As part of the police training to use a Taser the police officer mush be shot by a Taser. For this cop he gets to feel the worst case scenario by being hit with 50,000 volts in the groin by the Taser.



Teachers can give your kids HIV
November 21, 2006, 5:35 pm
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No wonder kids are so stupid, look at thier teachers.

Rather than giving each volunteer a new lancet to draw individual blood samples, the teacher, whose name was not released, permitted students to share them, according to Jan Christensen, superintendent of the Redwood City School District.



High School can turn your Kids into Radioactive Mutants
November 19, 2006, 12:39 am
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If your kid is acting strange, it may not be drugs. They’re DNA could be mutating due to radiation exposure.

School labs have used low-level radioactive materials safely for decades; experts say they’re critical in teaching physics and chemistry. Sealed samples – often leftovers from past experiments – frequently are saved in closets and storerooms.



Wrap your Jimmie for a Cleaner Earth
November 14, 2006, 12:21 am
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Safety Ed has always practiced Safe Sex, but here’s another reason.

Condoms aren’t solar powered or reusable or even recyclable, but they’ve made the environmental revolution possible. As simple birth control continues its spread across the globe, it leaves behind happier healthier societies with significantly less impact on the planet.



You Shouldn’t Need a Parachute to Take a Drive
November 12, 2006, 12:13 am
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And some on my trucker friends say they have a dangerous job. At least they don’t have to drive on this road.

The road from Bolivia’s main city, La Paz, to a region known as the Yungas was built by Paraguayan prisoners of war back in the 1930s.

Many of them perished in the effort. Now it is mainly Bolivians who die on the road – in their thousands.