Hysterical. Another reason for detail call outs to use broken lines. I
usually match the lineweight of the bubble with the call out.
Didn't the drawings have any redundancies like declaring the number of
From your website:
The cup does not come with instructions. It does however come with a
"This protective gear will not prevent your son from speaking soprano the
rest of his life if some kid hits him in the crotch with a baseball."
As a former catcher I can tell that a cup is a very IMPORTANT piece of
equipment. I dinged more than once, usually from a foul tip. It stings
like hell for awhile but you can get up and WALK away from the field with
a properly fitted cup (otherwise you crawl and never even think about
Bob Morrison, PE, SE
R L Morrison Engineering Co
This should be a poster for the value of field review by professionals.
Imagine all the steps involved in getting that so wrong.
Look how small the risers are.
If it's not a fake, the only explanation I can come up with is that the site
was run by some sort of dictator who doesn't accept criticism.
Reminds me of my favorite Soviet joke...Three guys go to an interview for a
job, and meet the commissar. The first two answer 4 when he asks them how
much 2 and 2 are, and they are both dismissed. The third guy, answers, "How
much do you want it to be, Commissar?", and gets the job.
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