GRAVEYARD VOICES WITH BAD CHOICES
The author, Gerald Bosacker, has spent almost eighty years making and thenovercoming bad choices. That he is still among us mortals, proves he is an expertat surviving his misdeeds and bad choices, and is able to recollect and now laughat these calamities.
A BAD HAIR DAY
I was a good printer named Roy,who ran a newspaper printing press.My long hair, was my pride and joy,I should have covered, I confess.Starting the press, where I
m employed,the rollers caught hold of one tressleft me and my hairdo destroyed,in a blackened and bloody mess.
Vanity is a common trait, but can be deadly if it leads to disregard of safety rules. Poor Roy, loved his long hair, he should have braided and or covered with a hairnet. Roy was fatally compressed at the daily gazette when his hair stuck between two ink rollers on a high speed printing press that skidded to a stop too late to save this pressman. Roy had a very bad hair day
A DEADLY SHORTCUT
Bill lays here because he forgot,to clear gas fumes before departing.With gas powered boats, both small or yacht you must run blowers before startingSafety pays while shortcuts do not!Bill
s safety gaff, and fatal mistake,turned out to be the last he would make.
Safety rules are important safeguards against disaster.Bypassing those established rules can cost you money , health or, even your life.Explosive fuel fumes can lurk seemingly undetectable in the engine bay, posing a fire or explosion potentiality when starting. It only takes seconds to air the area before engaging the starter, and that is time, well spent .