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Re: Who has the worst OSHA compliance in sci-fi? [message #1107] Tue, 12 June 2012 21:53
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In article , fggreer@nospam.invalid wrote:

>Starfleet, Star Wars
>
>Pits without safety railings. Pits without safety railings. Reactor cores
>that can easily be caused to explode. Pits without safety railings.
>Dangerous, unshielded energy beams. Lack of collision avoidance radar on
>standard class Star Destroyers. Pits without safety railings. Machinery
>without emergency stop buttons. Pits without safety railings. And did I
>mention pits without safety railings?

How about that open area along the path where the Death Star's planet-destroying
ray is emitted?

For that matter, there's that "design flaw" which allows someone to send a
missile down a flume shaft that causes a Deathstar to explode...

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