How to catch a bus.

A BA in the bleeding obvious….Surrey University video shows students how to take the BUS. University of Surrey's StagTV creates film to show how to use public transport Chipper presenter Joe tells viewers to thank the driver and to let people off first One viewer wrote: 'I never knew how to get a bus before, now I am enlightened'

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+10 1. fjwjr commented 1 year ago

People who find this video beneficial are the reason we have coffee cups with "Caution! Hot liquid!" on them.
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+2 2. BalletBabe commented 1 year ago

This satire, right? :O
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+5 3. ughlah commented 1 year ago

I don't get it. Common sense died out?
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-1 4. Austin commented 1 year ago

#3 fjwjr ‘People who find this video beneficial are the reason we have coffee cups with "Caution! Hot liquid!" on them’.

There this is a little more to this kind of labeling.

You have coffee cups with "Caution! Hot liquid!" on them due in large part to the American legal system that permits (in many cases) unchecked limits on compensatory and liability awards, a subculture of lawyers that specialize in product liability lawsuits, and the basic litigious nature of a number of Americans. It is kind of an American thing. We dont have this problem in my country.

Anyway, many of the seemingly idiotic warnings such as ‘hot liquid’ or ‘X is not to be used for Y’ are a result of such lawsuits. Common sense warning are attached after someone lacking in common sense does something stupid and sues and wins a large settlement. And unfortunately America is the home to many of these cases. Hence we all have 27 warning stickers on our step ladders regardless of where we may live.
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0 5. Scutterbucket commented 1 year ago

I suppose this is aimed at the Chinks, who in their own country basically have a free-for-all when it comes to using public transport...:)
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-1 6. fjwjr commented 1 year ago

#4 While there is some truth to what you say, haven't you ever watched any FAIL videos? It seems to be universal.
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+1 7. ringmaster commented 1 year ago

Why is common sense & decency in Weird category?
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+3 8. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

#7 Because it's stating the obvious. :)
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0 9. Austin commented 1 year ago

#6. fjwjr ‘haven't you ever watched any FAIL videos? It seems to be universal’

Absolutely agree with you. Stupidity and lack of common sense is universal. As you said, just look at hundreds of fail vids.

But the United States stands out with respect to the amounts that juries can award with respect to compensatory damages. Tens of millions of dollars in cases where the defendant, after hurting him or herself while clearly misusing a product, sues a company for not informing him that X shouldn’t be used that way. You think common sense would prevail but American juries on occasion award ridiculous amounts. In Europe these amounts are capped. Medical malpractice is a good example. The cost to American doctors is insanely high and has forced some good GPs out of business thanks to such jury awards. Again – not possible in Europe.
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0 10. Alaric commented 1 year ago

This film is probably meant to teach the "new europeans" how it should be done.