In light of the various bans on legal highs, particularly the ban on methoxetamine in the UK, we have a duty to review and highlight any existing dangerous legal highs. For thousands of years humans have been using ladders. This legal high became more accessible to ladder users with the first US patent on stepladderds given to John H. Balsley of Dayton, Ohio on January 7th 1862.
Who can tell how many sorry individuals have fallen foul of the misuse of step ladders since that fateful day? Stepladders are misused in a variety of ways. Here are some of the crazy stunts pulled by users:
Many will protest about their right to choose, and will cite evidence of the utility and benefits of step-ladder use. Much as many drug users have done regarding their drug or drugs of choice. In this tradition of oppressive and pointless legal restrictions I say this; we must put a stop to this evil step-ladder menace for once and all. Let us step down from our ladders, and into a golden age of state control.
- Standing on the top step
- Failing to secure the ladder properly
- Catching fingers in the hinges
- Use on an uneven surface
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