Better Sorry Than Safe?

When is it better to be sorry than safe?

To be honest, I cannot think of an example for this.  Any time I have used that phrase, “Better to be safe than sorry,” I have meant it.   The results of not being safe in those circumstances would have been unpleasant at the very least and on some occasions dangerous.  I will ponder this more and see if I can come with a decent example.  Right now, my mind is blank.

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About emeree

I am an Air Force veteran. I served as a Security Forces troop for nearly seven years and reached the rank of Staff Sergeant before separating in 2008. My tours of duty were in England and Oklahoma. I live in the Seattle area, which is where I grew up. I used my GI Bill and earned a degree from the University of Washington. I currently work in downtown Seattle and experience all the adventure that comes with that.
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