Originally Posted by jross
caught part of a show on History called "United Stats of America" (not states but stats).... It had a segment on our fears. To sum it up; we're afraid of things that statistically we shouldn't be.
Flying in a plane is very very safe, but driving in a car isn't, comparatively.
And something like only 4 people die from snake bites in the entire U.S. in a year. Those that die are men, 18-30, who are playing with the snake. The "let's get a closer look, mate" type.
Did it say how many were killed by monkeys and clowns?