I’m a bit puzzled as to the signs they have in these lift things, they have in Turin and Milan, for lazy folks that can’t climb stairs.
Where is says “325kg or 4 persons”, is that the record so far or the challenge to beat?
I’m sure some of us mountain folks could get more people in with a heavier weight than that – swap the signs for “975kg and 11 people but it broke and they had to use the stairs”. haha. And if these town folks don’t stop throwing their rubbish everywhere and letting their dogs shit all over the place – maybe we should?
Maybe it would do some of these Milan folks some good to climb the stairs? It’s not as if they have any hills to climb or difficulty in getting to work. Buses of every electric and hybrid description, trams, bicycles and cars they just hire with their phones and abandon where they like. I’ve never come across a lazier tribe.
The cars they rent for 60 cents a minute are horrible too – worse than a Smartcar – have they no street credibility at all? Gives me a new idea for a new game – rent all the cars in the supermarket car park and hide them all around the corner at 60 cents a minute each. Great for everyone’s fitness to carry their shopping home and much, much better for the environment.
Maybe if we all played these games, they’d stop throwing their rubbish away in the countryside, pick up their dogshit and use the countless bins provided in the mountains or take it home with them. Might write to Greenpeace and suggest these ideas? Seems a couple of great ideas to me for peoples health and the environment!
Gosh, I’m such a child sometimes! 🙂