Originally Posted by adamclark52
People are always at fault for other peoples mistakes. I'm a licensed electrician. If I have an apprentice and I tell him "do not touch that wire. It is live. It will kill you" and he decides to go up a ladder and touch it anyway while I go to turn it off it's still my fault if he gets hurt. The rationalization is that the apprentice shouldn't be left anywhere near an exposed wire. Somewhat the same as Randy's case, but just an example of how there's always someone to blame for someone else's actions.
And while I completely believe you that this is true, it is still ridiculous.