Bad Instructions, Cont.

H/T @NamelessCynic

I think I remember this from a lit class. Title escapes me, tho.

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4 Responses to Bad Instructions, Cont.

  1. MDavis says:

    I remember this from a temp job at a proofing center. More than one new person explored the smallish facility on break to know where the exits were and walked through one of these doors, the one that set off the alarm. Why have the door if we weren’t to use it? No one there knew. Why not warn us when we got there? No one said.

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  2. Wesley Sandel says:

    You know those glass double doors that most small retail establishment have facing to the sidewalk? And how they leave one of those doors locked all the time? That’s a violation of the fire code.

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    • beckymaenot says:

      Fire codes are a good example of things government does well to keep people safe. Also a good example of things government does well that most people don’t understand or even notice- except to complain about annoying government rules and regulations. Those pesky codes are meant to aid people in evacuation to keep people from dying in the event of a fire. And we know we need those codes – from previous fires that killed a bunch of people. But- you know- smaller government and all that rot…

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