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Statistics Don't Lie - A funny e-mail I had to share!

STATISTICS DON'T LIE!!!

How to stay safe in the World today!

Where IS the Safest Place?


1.. Avoid riding in automobiles

Because they are responsible for

20% of all fatal accidents.


2. Do not stay home because

17% of all accidents occur in the home.


3. Avoid walking on streets or sidewalks

Because 14% of all accidents

Occur to pedestrians.


4.. Avoid traveling by air, rail, or water



Because 16% of all accidents involve

These forms of transportation.


5. Of the remaining 33%,

32% of all deaths occur in Hospitals.

So, above all else, avoid hospitals.




But. . ..

You will be pleased to learn that only ..001%

Of all deaths occur in worship services in church,

And these are usually related to previous physical

Disorders. Therefore, logic tells us that the safest

Place for you to be at any given point in time is at Church!


And . . . Bible study is safe too!

The percentage of deaths

During Bible study is even less.

So,

Attend church and read your Bible.

IT WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE!

GOD BLESS YOU!!!


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