Well, it appears as if the British Empire has figured out how to accommodate disabled people without destroying the architectural value of a building with a gigantic ramp. The Blog for Boys applauds anyone who turns their efforts and intellect to making the world a better place for their fellow citizens. So, good job, Brits. Now if you could only open a dental college, you’d truly be living in paradise.
Lots of visitors are terrified when they walk over the bridge. The combination of a 450-foot drop and a glass floor is more than the average person can handle. Me, I’m not afraid of heights, so I’d be fine. I am, however, afraid of widths, so I can never go to Nebraska.
(Thanks to loyal reader HJ Briscoe for sending that one along)
I’m not gonna lie, The Citroen vehicle here looks pretty nifty, especially those headlights. But there’s one tiny problem with fixing it: Citroens are jam packed on the inside, probably because they’re so small. As you can see, the gang has trouble reinstalling the tent for the air supply, because they moved something out a mere inch. I’m pretty sure this isn’t just how Citroen makes their cars, either. I think it’s also how they do everything at Peugeot Citroen HQ: cram stuff in so you need less space. Employees would often jam stuff into their desk drawers. They even bought more clutter to cram into their desks if they didn’t have enough clutter. I mean, they were really committed to this business practice.
Unfortunately, Peugeot Citroen bought so much clutter for their offices that they almost went bankrupt and had to sell out.