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Plantains: Deadly in the workplace

According to a totally fake and disreputable news source, over 93% of all accidents in the workplace are in some way related to plaintain peels, NOT banana peels. It's a common misconception that bananas are related, but they're not. One more reason Acme Bananas Global is dedicated to the complete eradication of all plaintains from the planet.

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April 25, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterlamplentsabe1979

Almost 12 people a week are being killed by accidents in their own homes, new ACC figures show.
The statistics, released to launch Safety NZ Week, show 621 people died after domestic accidents last year, more than the number of road and workplace deaths combined.
A total of 632,920 - 1734 people a day - were injured in their homes last year, 30,000 fewer than in 2008.

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