Trialia wrote:So what's the list?
Seriously, health and safety is sadly not something Expo seems to be concerned about preserving Nowhere for those of us who are non-wheelchair disabled to sit, even... I'm not happy about it... Anyway.
For me, dislocated wrist and ankle and lesser con crud. (I cannot attend Expo without getting hurt, which is what makes me mad. ) How 'bout the rest of you?
Lenrir59 wrote:...and a big gaping hole in my chest...
Trialia wrote:Lenrir59 wrote:...and a big gaping hole in my chest...
Yeow. You have no idea how you got that? Sounds nasty - I hope you disinfected it before you bound it up.
I'm sick of getting hurt at Expo, frankly. I don't get this injured at any of the other cons I go to.
Gandalf_LostTheGame wrote:But now that you mention it there doesnt seem to be that much accessiblity for the disabled and I did see a fair few people who would fall into the catergory of needing better accessibility needs.
I think considering it's the biggest expo in England there are bound to be injuries and the expo staff can only do their best to enforce safety rules, bearing in mind that they are also having to keep order over all as well as continually having to set up other sections around the expo.
rizkain wrote:Mainly in the hotel room. Flipping onto the bed and hitting my feet off the headboard isnt a good idea. Nor hiding in the wardrobe pretending its Narnia then standing up at hitting your head on the shelf isnt a great idea either.
But no proper injuries xD
rizkain wrote:haha yeah. and our hotel room was pretty big so we could run about and do random things.
oh and i think I saw you Ruka. I think you were by the DDR machines when I noticed. Didnt say hi though lol
rizkain wrote:there were 3 of us in the hotel that cost £109 a night. so we payed like £37 each. it was the Ramada hotel, which was like..a 10-15min walk from the ExCel. only stayed saturday night
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