Here are 5 things you should know.
1. If you’re epileptic: Incredibles 2 contains around 10 minutes of flashing lights.
2. You need to deregister a device like Roku or FireStick before giving it away to a thrift store.
If they know how the person who buys it can log in and charge movies and apps to your account.
3. Poison control centers are completely free, have been around for 60 years, and that calling one can often prevent an emergency room visit.
66.6% of poison exposure cases (page 20) are able to be handled just by calling a poison control center and following instructions over the phone. It’s incredibly easy to get expert advice by calling 1-800-222-1222.
There’s also a website at https://triage.webpoisoncontrol.org.
It’s tempting to immediately call 911 for every case of exposure to some sort of substance, but most poisonings aren’t that serious. Even drinking bleach typically only causes minor effects for most children.
4. Riding in a car with your feet on the dash is dangerous.
The force of the crash and the airbags are just going to fold you in half and press your shins/knees into your face. Be safe!