Elorrum wrote:DAMMIT BILL!!!
Stupid people at work found a really graphic "viewer discretion advised" forklift safety video on you tube to show in our safety team meeting today. It was presented as company content, viewing mandatory. They did not show the warning screen, just started the video. Pretty awful, very painful to sit through, and I actually had to get up and leave the room. I waited outside, walked around some, and then headed back in when I figured it was over, and I had composed myself. They paged me to get back in the meeting room. NOT ONE PERSON asked me about it, whether I was o.k. or not. Dammit Bill! When I said to the meeting leader that I found it too graphic, he rolled his eyes, and said, "It was just a re-enactment." and, "it had an impact didn't it?" This while other people grinned. They suck. Every morning, and in meetings we are exhorted to ask our co-workers how we are doing, find out about each other's well being, show we care... ah Bill.
PurpleKoosh wrote:Damnit, Bill...the only "viewer discretion advised" forklift safety video that should exist - on YouTube or anywhere else - is Stapelfarher Klaus.
unjonharley wrote:by Mary Huber.. Google the last sentence.. The rest of it is as good as that..
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