Comments:Contestant seriously injured during live German game show

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Comments from feedback form - "HI I LOVE YOU J.B"021:01, 1 February 2011
Comments from feedback form - ""The show must go on"."322:19, 9 December 2010

Comments from feedback form - "HI I LOVE YOU J.B"

HI I LOVE YOU J.B (talk)21:01, 1 February 2011

Comments from feedback form - ""The show must go on"."

"The show must go on". (talk)12:54, 8 December 2010

Break a leg! (talk)04:36, 9 December 2010

Is it safe for family viewing...yes. Children are not going to have a mental breakdown or suffer permanent brain damage after seeing an accident on live television. If anything it will inform them to the dangers of doing stunts, which can only be a positive thing. I hope parents and other "advisors" whatever their position stop with the over-protectionism and realize that children are far more intelligent and capable than they realize. If you treat them like babies who can't handle seeing an accident, then you're just stunting their (emotional?) development. Its also ironic that most of these children probably go to church everyday staring at the figurehead of every Christian church...Jesus nailed to a cross :). (talk) 22:19, 9 December 2010 (UTC) (talk)22:19, 9 December 2010