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A buddy of mine works with autistic kids and said these would be perfect for them, we are making a bunch.I am also going to try to make versions that light up when they spin, and are smaller for the younger kids hands (they enjoy the 2 and 3 pronged ones, and i think i can keep the prongs, remove the bearings, make them a little shorter, and fill the ends with bbs for weight)
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ElectroFrank's suggestions are entirely reasonable. You should treat high voltage equipment with the same over the top safety that you would a firearm (which can be obnoxious but effective). Just like a firearm, you can reach a point where a very casual mistake is basically _instant_ death with no chance of recovery, unlike your (honestly dickish) examples.You are not helping anyone by chastising someone for being safety conscious. If you think their suggestions are bad or incomplete, correct them, but don't yell at them just because you think you personally know better
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