Last edited by BigRedV; 03-01-2015 at 11:07.
I wonder how the families of those killed in the siege would feel about 'accidents being more dangerous'. To me they are a completely seperate issue and shouldnt be compared to being cautious about the unpredictable actions of another human. As i said in a PP, it is all about perception and experience.
Cant seem to to paste the article, but a couple "going about their day" killed by a driver in Rozelle. I'm sure their family would be comforted to know that you think their loss isn't as tragic as the siege victims because it wasn't done intentionally.
You said you would find it easier to accept because it was not intentional. Well tell that to the family and friends of those victims.
And yes, they can be compared. You are way more likely to die from many, many things in this country other than terrorism. I haven't said her fear isn't real, but yes, it is s bit irrational when there are hundreds of other more things more likely to cause your death, injury or disability.
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