A Veteran at 70 years old, normally I don't scare easily but,,, Everytime I see someone using a Chainsaw while wearing street clothes, not even a hard hat, ear muffs and face shield, it really scares me. Recently I was watching YouTube because I'm bored to tears laid up with tendonitis in my right hand. Frankly, I was amazed at the Chainsaw videos with down right dangerous content. There were guys standing on metal ladders in jeans, bare faces heads ears, running chainsaws and trimming limbs large enough to knock them and the ladder down. On and on, video after video more unsafe behavior, my gut knotted. It reminded me, when as a young man, many years ago, I'd anxiously watch my baby brother bouncing happily atop a bellowing, kicking, red eyed bull as if he thought it was safe to ride wild bucking bulls. Thankfully he's got a real job now, working as an Electrician, yeah, high voltage etc. Crazy kid. However, I figure like this, if people think bull riding is dangerous and Chainsaws aren't they are much braver men than me. If a man can't afford to buy (PPE) aka: Person Safety Equipment, Bunker Gear, with his Chainsaw, frankly he'd be better off riding bucking bulls wearing a straw hat and not cranking a Chainsaw. My oldest brother lost a finger trimming limbs. Once, a log I was limbing rolled a little bit causing me to get off balance. I let go of the throttle as I regained my footing but still nicked the toe of my Steel Toe work boot. It was just a scratch. It left a knotch in the sole right up to the leather. No real harm done but that was still unnerving. Not nearly as watching some of the guys on YouTube with their Chainsaws, bare legs cutting beams like its perfectly normal to wear street clothes while operating a crocodile and tiger all rolled into one. Hey, you guys give me chills.