personally, i'd dump it. even if it is safe, i wouldn't want glass in anything i am drinking/eating except for the container in which it resides.
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Strain if you must, but as I said gravity has already taken care of that for you. As long as you leave the last 3/4 in. or so of liquid in the fermenter you're golden. If you use a secondary you're even better. I'm not even counting on the fact that the glass in a hydrometer is so thin that you could probably chew it without injury.
I would have no problem drinking your beer. You can even send it to me and I'll prove it.
My advice is to use punctuation. Capitalize letters at the beginning of sentences. Use spell check. And break up those huge blocks of text. As to your brewing issues, I don't know what they are since I stopped reading after 2 "sentences".
"...Careful, man...there's a beverage here!..."