Well, when you get into your auto do you think about
how many people never make it back home ? I do, and I drive more carefully. I still ride my Harley, and I eat fish, though they come with a mercury warnings. I drink tap water, filtered of course and despite the warning of animal fat burning on charcoal giving off cancer causing fumes, I still throw a steak or a yard bird on the grill any time my old gut says I may get away with eating it. Fact is many things in life are dangerous but we either do them anyway or crawl into a hole and do nothing, which is a danger in itself. I just cant see myself as a 100 year old geezer stuck in a nursing home wishing I had had a little more fun when I could. I guess I'd rather take a chance or two and enjoy what life I have , no matter how short.
If we would read the secret history of our enemies,we would find in each mans life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.