Shot this photo at the factory where I was doing an inspection on my trip to India. I felt a lot safer knowing there were these kind of safety precautions in place at the facility.
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LOL, that's too much.
Five weeks in India. You should be given some sort of award. Loved the bit about the key. :-)
hehe… that's awesome. hehe… ps – you've got a double post…
this picture makes me sad.
Yikes, I hope they are never needed! I sometimes have nightmares about keys being just out of reach and desperately needing to get out.
Ooh, thanks for letting me know…that's what I get for posting right before I leave for the day!
I've got more posts on India coming in the near future – I just have been swamped with work and haven't been able to give them the attention they deserve. I promise I'll get at least part of it up next week!
I should explain that this door is in the middle of the facility and was never, in the 5 weeks I was there, locked or even closed. But there were also 3 other ways I saw of being able to get out of the building from where I was working, so I wasn't too worried.
well, not so much now, since you explained that (a) the door is open and (b) there are other exits. ;)when I first saw the pic I was reminded of the Imperial Foods fire in North Carolina
Oh, India. I do love the for your unintended humor. Ran across quite a bit of it when I was there myself.
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