Jan 20 Posted 2 years ago
Hi John, let me just give you some background on my experience of accidents. I have a medical condition called Osteogenesis Imperfecta - a rare genetic disorder which primary symptom is brittle bones.
With nearing 90 fractures in my 32 years, 54 of those being my legs, I am well accustomed to the term 'accident' and therefore posts like this really grind on me when I see this type of rediculous babbeling nonesense written for purposes of noteriety.
Accidents to me are a fall in school that resulted in a fracture. Something that no matter how much care and safety you can take, can happen and without warning.
'Accident & Emergency' (A&E) aka the ER as its known here in Ireland is named for a purpose.
Aside from my own personal circumstances, what of the other multitude of accidents that have been derived from health related issues. Say for talks-sake you have a gentleman in good health who has an unknown and undiagnosed congenitive heart problem. He is driving down when suddenly has a heart attack. He crashes his car. This is an accident.
There are circumstances in life that no matter how you try and provision for something bad to happen, you simply cannot. The most simplest of examples of this is being struck by lightening. I challenge you to answer that one.
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