|How do you make insanely dangerous things safer? It's as easy as 1,2, a 3c(b) + d(b) < a 2k + b|
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|Snakes and cars are dangerous, but there's a proper way to handle them. (he's dead.)|
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Kevin commented, "while talking to the snake handlers we saw a lot of commonality. There's a lot that can go wrong on a street-freeway, and believe me it does. As soon as their group got back from the emergency room, they gave us a lot of great safety tips that we can apply to our city's street-sewers."
1. <Pedestrians> Avoid “big” movements. Be as subtle as possible.
2. <Pedestrians> Remember
snakes<cars> don’t have human emotions so when it strikes at you it is trying to defend itself not <and to>teach you a lesson.
3. <Pedestrians> Keep a Safe Distance. Move slowly and deliberately.
4. When you get
bit <struck>, seek medical attention immediately.
5. Tell your family you love them anytime
you handle a snake <walk to the store>
|With proper safety procedures, only a lots of people die instead of tons.|
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Kevin added, "With the help of the survived snake handlers, I think we can make a lot of remarkably modest changes to our streets, by focusing on forcing as many cars through as we possibly can and THEN applying safety. "I mean you could just remove a few lanes of traffic or prohibit cars entirely, but this isn't Amsterdam for Christ's sake."