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And who decides who is weak? I think my boss is weak, so can I hurdle him?
just remember: I don’t have to run faster than the bear, just faster than you…
Thanks! That a good advise!
silly gooses, you don’t need a sign for that
true. It’s really a sign to inform the “weak” the proper position to take to ease the exit of everyone else.
It makes me think of George Costanza “clearing a path.”
Makes me think of George Carlin’s “Airline Announcements”…
“…And then I plan my route… it’s not always a straight line, is it… Let’s see… I’ll climb over the fat [censored]… knock-down the crippled war vet…”
You don’t need to hurdle the handicapped, they’re not a competitor in the stairs. They’ll burn/suffocate/drown/get_irradiated/get_neurotoxined where they sit as they can’t take the elevators either.
You want to be hurdling the track team, cuz if it’s a foot race, you do not want to be going up against those runners!!
This looks more like a Hacked IRL to me. That sign is funny, but clearly intended to be so, not serious instruction. (“Panic,” really? You need a SIGN for that?)
Obviously, since panicking and running are usually frowned upon in real emergencies.
So is hurdling the weak.
I’d frown on hurdling the weak, as well. Bad form, you know.
Hurdle the weak; trample the dead.
Well, the best that can be said for THAT is that it’s better than the reverse.
anyone you can hurdle is by definition weak.
Sure. Don’t hurdle the weak; you could trip and hurt yourself. Shove the weak into the wall instead as you pass by.
If you HAVE TO ASK who the weak are, you are they!
We just had a safety meeting at work this past week. big boss says, what do you do if there is a fire?
I said, “jump over the counter and get the f**k out”
THey said that was the wrong answer, but this sign just proved me right.
…Nice hat on that guy.
The weak shall inherit the hurt.
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