There's no question about it. If you're a parent of youngsters and you're stumbling through the house in the dark at night to grab something from the fridge, you'd rather step on a Tinker Toy than a Lego piece.
The classic Tinker Toy pieces don't have those sharp edges.
But as bad as Lego pieces are, it could be worse. The erector sets we had back in the 70s were nothing but sharp metal pieces. Parents had to keep up with their tetanus shots back then.
No such vaccines needed for this edition of FRONT. Unless you get sick from exposure to positive news of people moving ahead in their businesses, professions, vocations, or community happenings, you should be safe when reading Virginia's Blue Ridge Business Journal.
In fact, we think it's good for you.