Discussion in 'Don't Panic! (Silly Discourse)' started by Terro, Oct 26, 2013.
...I think we die first. ;~;
I swear America is the only country where in stores people complain about having to go "allllllllllllll the way upstairs" to get something. Lazy people!! (Terro's work woes pt. 1)
"Do I HAVE to go upstairs for the return?" "You should be able to do it downstairs!!"
Need finish school... need career...
Pssh, I loved stores with multiple levels as a kid, and I still do... it's why I love going to Sears... well that and because Sears is notalgic. :3 Still, stairs are good exercise dammit! Lazy people...
After going upstairs and downstairs for certain things constantly, sometimes you'll be like "Screw it."
What if your career has you work in an office building where there are stairs and your co-workers vocalize the same issue
Been there, you call them lazy. X3
What if they have no legs
They wouldn't be going up and down the stairs the first place so they would never be tired from it.
Made me think.
What about one leg
They would most likely use the elevator. Which are required by law anyways.
Depends on how many floors the building is. I think they can legally go to 5 floors without an elevator... (And on a side note, anyone else having problems putting line breaks in?)
Also depends on the state accessibility regulations I believe. Even in buildings with quite a few floors elevators aren't always required, I don't think they are for air traffic control towers for example.
Maybe not required, BUT if places chose not to, I'm sure they can face discrimination lawsuits.
I think the success of a lawsuit like that would depend on whether there are other potential accessibility or discrimination issues against disabled people. Just "no elevator" in a situation where it isn't required by regulations wouldn't be enough I'd think, but I'm no big city lawyer.
Without actually knowing much about said regulations, I do think that the situations where elevators aren't required are really limited, so there shouldn't be many realistic situations where that would come up anyway.
So I was uploading a picture on imgur and these were on the front page.
I said wut. Bored dude can draw.
And Pokemon fusions, the art in a lot of these is way more awesome than what we see for actual Pokemon.
Damn, someone just drew that in class? O_O Though when you think about it, graph paper would be a good canvas to use, giving you a sense of proportion... dut still, damn.
I only drew stick figure comics in class. A whole series of them in fact. Which I appear to still have in my closet, but they aren't in great shape.
My mom loves the NFL (but I think its a bye week) and College basketball, but she doesn't get into college football for some odd reason, and she hates the NBA.
You got to have more cowbell
Not before I have lots of chocolate, junk food and other things.
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