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25th Apr '16 5:44:28 AM HamboneHFY
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* In ''[[VideoGame/EVEOnline EVE Online]]'' one of the commodoties that players can manufacture, trade, and use in assembling other items are "construction blocks", the description for which reads ''"Metal girders, plasteel concrete, and fiber blocks are all common construction materials used in almost every large-scale building or manufacturing project throughout New Eden."'... The blueprint for them consists entirely of toxic metals and reactive metals. In other words, the most ubiquitous structural components in New Eden are made out of lead and lithium.
22nd Apr '16 6:07:57 PM BattleMaster
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* In ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'', the Clans have this reputation. Since they're a caste-based society, the warriors (the top caste) have utter disdain for the safety of technicians and laborers. When one technician defected to the Inner Sphere, he was utterly shocked by both the amount of safety equipment that techs were given to do their jobs and by the fact that when there was an accident, medics were immediately rushed out to save the victim's life.
17th Apr '16 12:10:19 PM Rebu
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* ''Franchise/JurassicPark''. In both [[Literature/JurassicPark the novel]] and [[Film/JurassicPark the film]], the park is not ready to be opened to the general public. In the novel, Hammond is simply too arrogant to really care; in the film, he's too optimistic.

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* ''Franchise/JurassicPark''. In both [[Literature/JurassicPark the novel]] and [[Film/JurassicPark the film]], the park is not ready to be opened to the general public. In the novel, Hammond is simply too arrogant to really care; in the film, he's too optimistic. Several of these were patched by the time ''{{Film/JurassicWorld}}'' opens up.
3rd Apr '16 2:59:54 PM AjWargo
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Rule 87 of the Main/EvilOverlordList gives advice to avoid this- and if you're plotting to rule the world, you should heed it's advice.
31st Mar '16 8:23:13 AM nielas
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* On ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' Lucifer and Chloe are in the kitchen of a restaurant when a container of cooking oil is set on fire. Within seconds the entire restaurant is on fire. Lucifer lampshades the fact that the building was clearly not up to code.
26th Mar '16 6:57:06 PM FekketCantenel
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* In ''Literature/EdenGreen'', the main characters visit an alternate world from which horrifying needle monsters are invading, and explore a mountain once occupied by an alien civilization. The tunnels sometimes run along the outside of the mountains, with no handrails; the title character even points out how dangerous this is.
17th Mar '16 7:31:18 AM MasamiPhoenix
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* A minor example occurs in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', which is more like "No Health Code Compliance": an elephant-run ice-cream parlor has its employees using their bare trunks to scoop out ice cream and [[{{Squick}} to suck up peanuts from a bin to shoot out onto sundaes]]. [[spoiler: Turns out that Zootopia ''does'' have health code regulations and Judy uses the establishment's lack of compliance to blackmail them]].
10th Mar '16 1:04:22 PM StClair
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* The crash of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Airlines_Flight_191 American Airlines Flight 191]] was caused by American Airlines not following the recommended method of replacing the wing mounted engines on DC-10s namely, instead of removing first the engine, and then a mounting pylon with a specialized jack they've removed them as a unint using a simple forklift. ''Hand controlled'' forklift, and if there's a surer way to enventually crack an engine mounting, nobody has found it yet. The investigation revealed American Airlines wasn't the only airline that was engaging in that practice.
** United Airlines also removed the engine and the pylon as a unit, but they've used an overhead hoist that made the correct positioning of the parts much easier, and, indeed, no United DC-10 showed any damage to pylons, while with the American's and Continental's ones the damage was endemical. It's a mystery why this much safer and easier procedure wasn't adopted by all airlines, especially as using a forklift was a chore and was universally hated by the maintenance workers.

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* The crash of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Airlines_Flight_191 American Airlines Flight 191]] was caused by American Airlines not following the recommended method of replacing the wing mounted engines on DC-10s namely, instead of removing first the engine, engine and then a the mounting pylon with a specialized jack jack, they've removed them as a unint unit using a simple forklift. ''Hand controlled'' forklift, and if there's a surer way to enventually eventually crack an engine mounting, nobody has found it yet. The investigation revealed American Airlines wasn't the only airline that was engaging in that practice.
** United Airlines also removed the engine and the pylon as a unit, but they've they used an overhead hoist that made the correct positioning of the parts much easier, and, indeed, no United DC-10 showed any damage to pylons, while with the American's for American and Continental's ones Continental the damage was endemical. It's a mystery why this much safer and easier procedure wasn't adopted by all airlines, especially as using a forklift was a chore and was universally hated by the maintenance workers.
10th Mar '16 12:15:48 PM Dimensio
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* A minor example occurs in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', which is more like "No Health Code Compliance": an elephant-run ice-cream parlor has its employees using their bare trunks to scoop out ice cream and [[{{Squick}} to suck up peanuts from a bin to shoot out onto sundaes]]. [[spoiler: Turns out that Zootopia ''does'' have health code regulations and Judy uses the establishment's lack of compliance to blackmail them]].
7th Mar '16 4:48:11 PM azul120
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* The Para-mails in ''Anime/CrossAnge'' are a very much invoked example. The Norma who are tasked with piloting them are [[FantasticRacism discriminated against]] and therefore [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman considered expendable]] by the society subjecting them to their lot.



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