August 21, 2009

Another Test Disguised as a Post

I came across this odd slide during an online safety training session about Egresses and Emergency Action Plans:

I don't really have anything to say about it other than it reminded me of this hilarious moment in SemanticMan history.

PS: It's ok to laugh at his post though--it's not about a 20th century date that never stood a chance.

3 comments:

creepo666 said...

Ah yes, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. Almost, but not quite, as tragic as the Hexagon Dildotooth Sawmill explosion.

Ro-Beast Rollie said...

Both paved the way for the Philidelphia Symmetrical Book-Stacking Incident of 1937.

metheus said...

• That is just marvelous!
    • When I coach people in how to give presentations, I usually start with "don't mistake your slide for an outline of your talk".
        • But I usually take for granted that they understand the notion of a hierarchy.