Fine, that’s just what came to mind about “blank safety”. The example I’m actually talking about is “driving into things because you’re not looking where you’re going”.
You make it sound like being upset about this behavior is whiny and unreasonable because this person, this time, crashed into something harmless instead of, say, someone else’s precious singing child. Is that a ridiculous “butbutbut” to you? What would you say is a safe speed to run over children? Or is that really an impossible, irrelevant scenario in your mind?
I say saying “there’s nothing to be upset about because no one got hurt” is missing the big picture and irresponsible. Feel free to disagree.