In the real world, I am not in constant risk of some dickhead driving by and blowing up my house for kicks.
Update: I’m adding to this one because people have already managed to piss me off. The basic inability to tell the difference between freakishly unlikely threats and ones that happen every few minutes is a regular part of my work, and it kills people every day because they are worrying about the 0.01% chance while doing things that put themselves at greater risk for a 5% chance. People worry about swine flu while it is apparently less severe than the normal flu that kills thousands of people each year. The disasters you hear about on the news are news because they are odd and unlikely. I have this huge list of things that people do or avoid doing in perverse defiance of all probability because one risk sounds scarier while the other quietly kills lots of people.
If you live in Iraq, yes, worry about your house blowing up. Do you know several people in your country who have had their houses intentionally blown up in the past few years? Have you personally been ganked in-game for no apparent reason several times in an hour? Please try to understand that “1 in a million” is a smaller chance than “1 in ten.”