The need for Darwinism
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27-01-2016, 09:57 AM
RE: The need for Darwinism
(14-04-2015 06:07 AM)onlinebiker Wrote:  It reminds me of the whacked out regulations the OSHA came up with.... For instance we got fined once for not having the fire extinguisher marked with a pictograph on the wall where the extinguisher was mounted. The pictograph was about 6 inches high - and the fire extinguisher 2 1/2 feet.............. Yeah boy, you'd never find that extinguisher without that label pointing it out.....


Fucknut bureaucrats..

That seems stupidly obvious. I know they were just following the letter of the law, but there are more effective ways to make those things easy to find. When I used to work in a factory on the summers, any pillar/beam that had an extinguisher mounted to it had the entire face of it painted red, all the way up to the 25-foot high ceiling. That way, you could find them from a serious distance, with shelves and brake presses in the way.
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27-01-2016, 11:24 AM
RE: The need for Darwinism
I don't understand the practical need for the sign, given that on most trains nowadays, the doors are only open when the train is not moving.
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