Correct, I do not take it. And I'm not afraid to say so. If someone live in a van and preach how good that is, I do not think most people will start living in a mobile house. Same with the safety. For me, it is not safe to live in a van.Matteo V wrote: ↑Sun Jul 11, 2021 12:40 pmThat's the only advice that suggests you don't take it!
It's also the only advice which negates the very purpose of this forum, but yet it is given as advice on this forum to be taken.
Zen??? Possibly a drunk post?
Does anyone truly believe people learn about safety from reading the unsolicited advice's?
I think most of people are here just to kill some time. Except Toby who runs this business.
Some people would like to be taken seriously and somehow become an authority on the web. About safety or any other matter.
Good luck to them.
PabloQ is right on many things. Plus, maybe she wanted to disappear? What's wrong with that? Impossible? How would anyone know. Maybe she got a hart condition?
Again, how would anyone know? So, if no idea, what to discuss? For sure we are just killing some time. Which is good for the business
And please let me share this: in Aboriginal culture, it is not allowed to discuss about deceased people. It is strictly forbidden to name and show the picture of deceased person, or discuss how someone died.
How about that?! For sure I'm not Indigenous person but my belief is the same. There is absolutely nothing to learn when someone dies in an accident. About 40 000 years of culture somehow proves the point imo.