Tuesday, February 23, 2010

SEATBELTS ANNOYING? Yeah -- but.

I saw this commercial on someone's blog last week, but now I can't remember where. Whoever you are, thanks. And sorry for my poor memory. The commercial is definitely worth noting. We lost our dear son Jack in a car accident in 1992, and so be forewarned that this will have impact if you've experienced a similar tragedy.

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  1. Jesus, this hit home. I'm showing it to my teenager and his friends.

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  2. Thanks to whoever posted this first. Wonder where it was aired? I would have remembered this one. Thanks, Joylene.

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  3. I really liked it. I showed it to my safety manager here at work and he is going to show it at the next all employee meeting.

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  4. Hi Jeremy, Sam, Shar, & Lily. Glad you liked this one. Appreciate your support.

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  5. Great reminder. Have several friends that lost their children in accidents with no seat belts. Very sobering. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Thanks for visiting, Karen. I was moved and thought it was worth sharing.

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  7. We lost a child in a car accident. This commercial should be part of a country-wide campaign to stop teens from drinking and driving. Powerful. It had me crying.

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  8. Thanks for this video Joy. I am always reminded of a friends daughter who took off her seat-belt to reach for something in the back-seat. Someone drove left of center. Her Mother will never forget that moment, the little girl was only six years old.

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  9. @Janice, words cannot adequately express how terribly sorry I am. Thanks for sharing.

    @Katt, what's so sad is they had to make it a law before people would wear their seatbelts.

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  10. Powerful message! We shouldn't need such reminders but it seems we do. Thanks for posting this, Joylene.

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  11. Thanks, Carol. I agree, it's a sad reminder.

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  12. How very brave of you to post this, with so many personal memories of your sadly missed son.
    Hugs... Carole.

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