Figures published by the Department of Health have revealed a huge range of unusual accidents which put people in hospital in England in 2004. Here is just a small sample.
Ok I can understand most of those accidents... but WTF is going on with the kid in a weightless enviroment?!? It's like something from the X-files. They need to track that kid down and ask a few questions.Did you know millipedes could be venomous? No me neither..
bugger, you nicked my blog for today!great minds and fools seldom etc
Yeah, yeah, weightless and all that. But did you notice those four people suffering from exposure to vibrations? They ought to put a government health warning on those vibrator thingies...
Nah the vibrations is easy enough, that's just pnuematic drill operators... But there's only two ways to get into a weightless enviroment: An aircraft falling at a humans terminal velocity (which can only be managed for short periods) or space travel. So how come this kid seems to have been in space!? And before any smart alecs go on about floating in water, that doesn't cause health problems...
Depends what else is in the water
I did know Pootle was biten by one when he was little. He won't remeber though.
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