On 1/31/2006 12:52 PM email@example.com mumbled something about the
I guess I should take away all the toys and remove all the furniture
from my house before letting my grandkids in? Hell, they can get hurt
on almost anything, run into the coffee table, climb on it and fall off,
climb on the couch and fall onto the coffee table, fall off the bed, run
into a wall, close a door on their hand. Ah hell, might as well get rid
of the house so they can't get hurt by the house. Ooops, I better get
rid of the trees too so that a branch doesn't accidently fall on them.
You know, I think it would a LOT easier if I just watch them.
On 31 Jan 2006 09:52:10 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
A public apology: I received news from the TV station verifying that
this story was true, at least in part. The child was 'unconscious'
[deceased through suffocation], but not knocked unconscious, and it
was the mechanics of that which troubled me initially, trying to
figure out how the lid would fall etc.. What did happen is that she
was apparently trapped and suffocated. A sadness, to be sure, and why
I put large openings in the sides of my granddaughter's toy box, with
offset decorative squares of solid wood outside of them.
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