Re: [Slovak-World] Late evening walk in general, OT
- Dear Janko,
Different people, different customs.
Walking across the street with my 6 years old son , when the red light is
on, will tell him, that this can be done if "you think, it is safe". This is
something, that can become a pattern in behavior, that will end with an
accident some time.
Every accident is a surprise. Meaning, that the person did not reckon with
it. You better teach your child the safe way.
Why do you put your safe belts on? There is no immediate threat. Pedestrians
have no safe belts.
If you want to rutinize any of your actions in life, they better be
associated with safety not risk.
Janko, you are welcome at my home address, if you want to continue. Must
give the others some break.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jan Lan" <yawho2001@...>
Sent: Sunday, July 06, 2003 1:02 AM
Subject: Re: [Slovak-World] Late evening walk in Slovakia
> At 10:18 PM 7/5/2003 +0200, you wrote:
> >No Janko, it is not unusual. Often we take a late evening walk, go for a
> >pizza or have a beer/juice.
> >In this respect, this country is rather safe. We enjoy the walk and
> >I know of no instance, that somebody was attacked or robbed. Maybe in
> Definitely in Bratislava and almost any other large city in the world.
> chances of being mugged in a small town are very slim. Most Americans do
> not walk to stores or restaurants. Walking is for health clubs and
> treadmills as God meant it to be. ;-) I enjoy a 45 minute walk before
> breakfast six days a week but never on Sundays. Somewhat un-American in
> this practice.
> I still believe walking across the street with your older child against
> light, if the streets are deserted, will not turn the child into a
> criminal. ;-)
> Happy Constantin and Methodius day to you and our other Slovak members.
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