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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Hawg City Lawns, Apr 2, 2010.
cute but gosh this is dangerous
That is one of the most deadly things that happen to children. You're in their area. Ask them to remove the post so others are not inspired to do the same.
Doesn't get any safer than that!
id love to richard but its on the front page 65,000 people are going to see that this morning i think ill make a phone call later and ask them to remove the picture from the internet though
All it takes is grandpa to spin around once, and there goes "little Jonny", right under the mower. And involving a much more powerful commercial mower, this situation could be much worse than accidents involving residential mowers.
Makes a cute picture, but isn't something that should be put out there.
Wow. I hope none of you do that.
What usually happens is the children get backed over. I'm sure old Pop Pop there is of his full faculties and would never back over little Jonny. It's at that point that a child is lost and Pop Pop spends the rest of his not very many remaining days grieving over what he did to little Jonny. And rightfully so.
Hey, I'm sure kids would look cute wing walking too but we don't allow that.
Or Johnny gets in the discharge path of grampas mower and gets his eye put out with a rock! What a way to go through life remembering Grandpa.
Stupid, Stupid. Stupid.
I let my 4 yr old drive it. Much safer than driving behind it!
oh and I keep mulching kit on .
oh and he only drives on my lap. and he loves wearing the mower seat belt. but I train him saftey as well.
an open side discharge?? even a twig or a rock could take his eye out!