There is a balance between what a company can or should do and what a person should be willing to accept as reasonable risk. There is this whirring, sharp, round thing what part of keep your hands away from it do you not understand. I use an old table saw passed down from my Grandfather, it's works beautifully but doesn't have as much safety stuff as a new one. It however has this long block of wood that my Grandpa used and my father used and now I use. This thing is probably 50 years old and none of us has ever lost our fingers. There used to be men, who were responsible, thoughtful about what they did and understood and accepted risk. Maybe we should try to aspire to that again and if we can't I hear knitting is safe!!!
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