While I make the effort to avoid 'bad' decisions, sometimes when I'm tired and have had a really busy productive day, I'll do something that makes me go . In a certain way it really devastates me - especially if it was potentially dangerous. Like today, I worked really hard the entire day since so much stuff has been piling up lately. One thing I did was paint a couple of end tables white outside. The paint was mostly dry, so I brought them in for the night not wanting them to get rained on or something. While carrying them in I noticed the paint looked kinda flat and remembered I have a spray can of clear top coat. I figured I'd just spray to shine it up, but still wanted to bring them in. So I took them into the storage room where the furnace is and gave them a quick spray. It then dawned on me how stupid that was. The spray paint is highly flammable and the furnace pilot light combined with the lack of ventilation could have been dangerous. I can't say I know how dangerous, but it's not a good idea anyway.
Long story short - it takes so little negligence to do something really stupid and dangerous. Those are the moments when I wish I were more of a Sensor. It is so hard for me to focus instantaneously on all the concrete details that go into a scenario.
So what kind of 'bad' decisions is your brain apt to make?