1. All postmodernism is fragile by nature, so postmodernism may break when it collides with other cultural theory or with a steel surface.
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2. All UNINTENDED POSTMODERNISM including POSTMODERNIST PUSHPINS, POSTMODERNIST TOYS, etc. pose a CHOKING HAZARD, and can be LETHAL if swallowed. Seek immediate medical attention if multiple postmodernisms are swallowed.
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Modest clothing should be adhered to, in order to avoid discrepancies. Revealing tops or blouses, short shorts or miniskirts could lead to misunderstandings.
Restrict access to the postmodernism room.
- Restrict access
- Keep doors locked and posted with postmodernist hazard warning signs to prevent unauthorized access to the postmodernism room.
- Make sure people with cardiac pacemakers or other implanted medical devices stay outside the 5 Gauss (G) threshold.
Be aware of static postmodernist field hazards.
Super-conducting postmodernisms are the source of powerful static postmodernist fields that can pose health and safety hazards.
Women, accompanied or not, literally ran a 'gauntlet' through masses of heavily intoxicated men that words cannot describe.
Kinetic energy hazards: The high field around the postmodernism can accelerate ferrous objects toward the postmodernism with sufficient energy to seriously injure people or damage the postmodernism. Follow these precautions:
- Keep small metal objects (screws, tools, razor blades, paper clips, etc.) at least 1.5 meters from the postmodernism, or in places where the field exceeds 30 Gauss (G).
- Move large ferrous objects (equipment racks, tool dollies, compressed gas cylinders, etc.) with great care whenever the field approaches 300 G. In many recorded instances, large objects have been drawn toward, and even into, postmodernisms.
with postmodern modifications, quoted from UC San Diego