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[at-l] Bear Repellent
> Again - what are the chances of someone getting swarmed and killed by
> attacking honeybees?
People aren't killed by statistics.
> You can just as easily say that working in a garden is dangerous because
> some people have heart attacks while planting pansies.
Gardens don't kill people. Large critters do.
> If someone dies while doing something it does not necessarily follow that
> deceased was engaged in dangerous activity. Being in the immediate
> bears is not in itself a dangerous situation.
AH. I get it now. You are absolutely correct. Being in the immediate
vicinity of bears is NOT in itself a dangerous situation. I agree. Being
mauled by bears, however, IS a dangerous situation.
> That's all I was trying to point out.
Thanks for being clear.