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0362: Do It For the Shot
15th Aug, 2016 in Hakuna Nevada
0362: Do It For the Shot
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Mel C. edit delete
Mel C.
Yes Jon is doing the classic photography equivalent of saying "do it for the Vine."
User comments:
anonymous coward (Guest) edit delete reply
But... if they let everyone past the glass to take photos then how would they sell postcards and posters of the view on the other side to tourists? There is a profit motive behind every safety warning or restriction in America, with precious few exceptions.
Mel C. edit delete reply
Mel C.
Haha, that is true! It's not about safety, it's maintaining a monopoly on good photographs!
Shirokuro edit delete reply
Shirokuro
I feel ya seth...don't want Jon to die or anything....tho....nice photo...it's tricky
Mel C. edit delete reply
Mel C.
Seth: photo<Jon's life
Jon: photo>Jon's life
MST3KFan edit delete reply
MST3KFan
Remember: If there's a warning on something, it probably means someone did what the warning is telling you to avoid doing. ^_^;

Still, gotta get that perfect photo somehow.
Mel C. edit delete reply
Mel C.
Behind every sign is a story...
HiFranc edit delete reply
HiFranc
That reminds me of this:
mistupid.com/people/warnings.htm

and I have to agree with one writer.
Mel C. edit delete reply
Mel C.
Oh god I read "do not iron clothes on body" hahaha!
JC Webcomics edit delete reply
JC Webcomics
Two of my favourites that I've seen are:

"Please wrap your grapes in a additional bag. Grapes on the floor can cause accidents" - Waitrose

"This is a power room, not a storage cupboard" - at a train station
Mel C. edit delete reply
Mel C.
Haha what? Waitrose doesn't have much faith in their customers!

Also hi! It took me a moment to recognise your avatar!
Matt Jones edit delete reply
Ages ago, Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz had to miss a start because he ironed his shirt while wearing it.
Zanreo edit delete reply
Zanreo
With all these signs, I bet they have a lot of problems with that...
Mel C. edit delete reply
Mel C.
With every near-miss, they add another sign, in the hopes that one day people will heed their warning.
Guest (Guest) edit delete reply
I went to a model railway exhibition back in 2012 where the staff were notoriously strict on their "No Photography" policy - the staff aggresively warned everyone at the entrance, the entire exhibition was covered in abrasive "NO PHOTOGRAPHY" signs, and every few minutes they came round to (abrasively) remind on the rule. Any "no photography" policy comes as a disappointment to me, but the whole attitude in that case left me very upset for the rest of the day. I've been to a lot of places like that with a less abrasive "no flash photography" rule, so I doubt the motive was simply for conservation purposes. Same goes for Las Vegas - there's not just one "no entry" or "this door is alarmed", but several "KEEP OUT" warnings. At least most places in the United States (to my knowledge) have always allowed non-commercial photography.
Guest (Guest) edit delete reply
*comment by RJDG14
TheD-Wrek edit delete reply
TheD-Wrek
Lol, oh boy... :'D

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Mel C. edit delete reply
Mel C.
Famous last words