Sometimes the escalator wins

by Volker Weber

Comments

This is why evolution works... except that the escalator didn't finish the job and eat him!

Ray Bilyk, 2008-06-27 05:10

My grand uncle build these things and always warned of them. They are extremely dangerous because the go and go and if there's a finger n the way or here maybe a leg kind of betwenn they just break it or pull it out ...

Martin Hiegl, 2008-06-27 08:24

I guess a "Don't try this at home" warning wouldn't help here... it may simply be taken literally. :-)

Ragnar Schierholz, 2008-06-27 14:27

The stairs might be dangerous, the hand rail isn't. You can usually force them to "stop" manually. Just grab them and hold tight.

It could be quite funny to watch the surprised faces of the passengers when their hands suddenly moves "backwards" because the hand rail stops while they are still moving forward.

Lucius Bobikiewicz, 2008-06-27 18:54

Man, there's not a year goes by, not one year, that I don't here about some escalator accident involving some bastard kid that could have easily been avoided if some parent, I don't care which one, but some parent conditioned him to fear and respect that escalator!

Chris Toohey, 2008-06-27 22:19

Recent comments

Thomas Cloer on How to get started with SONOS at 11:19
John Lindsay on Rainy Days and Mondays - Don't get me down at 11:01
Tom Jarane on David Yarrow Photography at 10:24
Ian Randall on This is very hard to believe at 09:55
Frank Quednau on This is very hard to believe at 07:57
Ralf M Petter on This is very hard to believe at 06:43
Gregg Eldred on This is very hard to believe at 03:08
Kai Schmalenbach on This is very hard to believe at 21:04
Hubert Stettner on This is very hard to believe at 20:29
Jrg Weske on How to get started with SONOS at 13:05
Timo Stamm on Amazon Cloud Drive drops the limit at 10:23
Volker Weber on Watson - ? - Profit at 22:47
Ludwig Deruyck on How to get started with SONOS at 17:56
Max Nierbauer on Two is the magic number at 07:37
Volker Weber on Two is the magic number at 20:06
Christian Henseler on Watson - ? - Profit at 19:31
Hubert Stettner on Two is the magic number at 18:48
Hubert Stettner on Amazon Cloud Drive drops the limit at 18:38
Volker Weber on Amazon Cloud Drive drops the limit at 16:20
Erik Schwalb on Amazon Cloud Drive drops the limit at 15:50
Lucius Bobikiewicz on Amazon Cloud Drive drops the limit at 14:41
Tobias Vogel on How to get started with SONOS at 14:33
Max Nierbauer on Amazon Cloud Drive drops the limit at 14:32
Florian Vogler on Amazon Cloud Drive drops the limit at 12:06
Mark Barton on How to get started with SONOS at 11:39

Ceci n'est pas un blog

vowe.net is a personal website published by Volker Weber a.k.a. vowe. I am an author, consultant and systems architect based in Darmstadt, Germany.

rss Click here to subscribe

Hello

About me
Contact
Publications
Certificates
Amazon Wish List
Frequently Asked Questions
Follow @vowe on Twitter

Local time is 12:37

visitors.gif

Tip jar

Archives

As most of my articles roll off the front page rather quickly, I am making an archive of previous posts available here. You can also use the handy search box at the top of the page if you are looking for something particular.

Last 30 days
More archives

Mobile tag for this page

© 1992-2015 Volker Weber.
All Rights Reserved.

Impressum