Opera Seats

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, November 3, 2011 Under: Commentary
Insurance companies needs to think about who they license or lend their name to. Why? Because they are insurance companies that pay out money to people, companies and places of all things if something happens as a result of an accident.  There is a stadium located the New Jersey, where the football teams of the Jets and Giants play. The stadium has the name of an insurance company in huge letters advertised on the stadium.  This insurance company also uses a cartoon character in it for their commercials. 

Stadiums are used to seat many people at particular events.  This is so somebody can play, perform, give a speech and most everybody can see them in person or live.  The problem here is that safety to a certain extent has been sacrificed and or ignored in order to allow more people to be seated. But at what cost?  I say this because there is no room for error if a person slips and falls. There is nothing to grasp and hold onto. Which means that you may be a cushion for somebody who falls or if you are the one that falls and you hit an empty seat then ouch! There are no indoor theater seats with the comfort you will want to expect.

I really don't find it necessary to have a stadium with so many seats and very little safety associated with it. Certainly this stadium underwent renovations but the more things change, the more they stayed the same.  Back in the day places that were responsible for people were not required to be handicap accessable.  Since this is a stadium equipped with ramps to go up and down the different levels they may have satisfied that request, however once you are inside for seating there is very little room for a person with two feet let alone a cane, walker or wheelchair to get past or even sit.  For a person to walk by, people seated in that row must get up on either end. This is because when you're seated that takes away from feet and leg room to enable a person to walk.  There are not many people who are trapeze artists with the ability to balance walking with open drinks and food as they go to their stadium seats, waiters and waitresses even drop dishes along with food. So if there is an accident the food, drink and the persons body have to go somewhere, since there is not enough room for a person to get by so when something happens others are affected as well. This stadium is a failure in design and concept of entertainment. This is because it lacks such factors that will make it safe and fun for people going to the game, concert or event.  Below is a list of things that should be considered:

1. Handicap accessible access to seating- to get to the stadium seats you have to use the stairs there are no ramps or walkways where a person can go up or down or where a person in a wheelchair can sit. To oblige people in this situation by requesting that they tailgate and watch the game on the huge monitor outside the stadium for free, is a suggestion-but where are the handicap accessable porta potties- or do they have to bring their own?

2. There are no safety rails that divide you or the person sitting above and below you- they can be made of clear plexiglass rails so you can see through them. The point here is so that if you stumble you have something to hold on to, so that you don't fall and end up in a seating position or row you didn't forsee in having to pay for ie. in a stretcher on your way to a hospital.

3. Too many seats and not enough room in between them- In football games its all about brotherhood and rooting for the same team. Since the stadium is not holding church, you get people who will stay in their seat for every miunte of the game and as a result not want to get up because they paid for the seat. Unless, you get stank with the person you will not be able to get by to use the bathroom or buy overpriced food or drink. No fighting please- or see where that will land you! 

4. What's the difference between a park and a parking lot?  One is for people and the other is for cars.  If any of these people who play ball inside the parking lot of the stadium damages another person's car while doing so- will they be kind enough to leave them their name and contact information so they can pay for it?

5.  The fast food is expensive enough without having to buy more if you drop and spill everything. The vendors should have bags to put things in and use bottle stoppers and lids for drinks so that in the event of an accident people don't get drenched because the caps were required to be removed from alcoholic beverages once served. It is also a matter of safety. You are only allowed one cup holder. Therefore, if someone buys a beer and a soda and drinks half of each and an interception happens during the game and things get out of hand thus; knocking all of the soda and beer onto the very tiny concrete below them people can slip and fall when trying to walk by. Lawyers should stop chasing ambulances and just pull up and wait outside some of these renovated stadiums-not exactly a walk in the park.

6. Tailgating is an American past time. Yup, people fire up their grills and make all kinds of tasty barbecue and they also drink beer out of glass bottles. Is there a camera anywhere so that if a person gets angry and takes it out on a parked car-that person can be found and made responsible? Sometimes manners of people are much like their homes-  folk get quite comfy and rude outdoors.  As the insurance sign hangs on the stadium for all to see-honestly is the best policy!

They say it ain't over till the fat lady sings-the stadium isn't ready for prime time, but built with Nephilim in mind!

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Opera Seats

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, November 3, 2011 Under: Commentary
Insurance companies needs to think about who they license or lend their name to. Why? Because they are insurance companies that pay out money to people, companies and places of all things if something happens as a result of an accident.  There is a stadium located the New Jersey, where the football teams of the Jets and Giants play. The stadium has the name of an insurance company in huge letters advertised on the stadium.  This insurance company also uses a cartoon character in it for their commercials. 

Stadiums are used to seat many people at particular events.  This is so somebody can play, perform, give a speech and most everybody can see them in person or live.  The problem here is that safety to a certain extent has been sacrificed and or ignored in order to allow more people to be seated. But at what cost?  I say this because there is no room for error if a person slips and falls. There is nothing to grasp and hold onto. Which means that you may be a cushion for somebody who falls or if you are the one that falls and you hit an empty seat then ouch! There are no indoor theater seats with the comfort you will want to expect.

I really don't find it necessary to have a stadium with so many seats and very little safety associated with it. Certainly this stadium underwent renovations but the more things change, the more they stayed the same.  Back in the day places that were responsible for people were not required to be handicap accessable.  Since this is a stadium equipped with ramps to go up and down the different levels they may have satisfied that request, however once you are inside for seating there is very little room for a person with two feet let alone a cane, walker or wheelchair to get past or even sit.  For a person to walk by, people seated in that row must get up on either end. This is because when you're seated that takes away from feet and leg room to enable a person to walk.  There are not many people who are trapeze artists with the ability to balance walking with open drinks and food as they go to their stadium seats, waiters and waitresses even drop dishes along with food. So if there is an accident the food, drink and the persons body have to go somewhere, since there is not enough room for a person to get by so when something happens others are affected as well. This stadium is a failure in design and concept of entertainment. This is because it lacks such factors that will make it safe and fun for people going to the game, concert or event.  Below is a list of things that should be considered:

1. Handicap accessible access to seating- to get to the stadium seats you have to use the stairs there are no ramps or walkways where a person can go up or down or where a person in a wheelchair can sit. To oblige people in this situation by requesting that they tailgate and watch the game on the huge monitor outside the stadium for free, is a suggestion-but where are the handicap accessable porta potties- or do they have to bring their own?

2. There are no safety rails that divide you or the person sitting above and below you- they can be made of clear plexiglass rails so you can see through them. The point here is so that if you stumble you have something to hold on to, so that you don't fall and end up in a seating position or row you didn't forsee in having to pay for ie. in a stretcher on your way to a hospital.

3. Too many seats and not enough room in between them- In football games its all about brotherhood and rooting for the same team. Since the stadium is not holding church, you get people who will stay in their seat for every miunte of the game and as a result not want to get up because they paid for the seat. Unless, you get stank with the person you will not be able to get by to use the bathroom or buy overpriced food or drink. No fighting please- or see where that will land you! 

4. What's the difference between a park and a parking lot?  One is for people and the other is for cars.  If any of these people who play ball inside the parking lot of the stadium damages another person's car while doing so- will they be kind enough to leave them their name and contact information so they can pay for it?

5.  The fast food is expensive enough without having to buy more if you drop and spill everything. The vendors should have bags to put things in and use bottle stoppers and lids for drinks so that in the event of an accident people don't get drenched because the caps were required to be removed from alcoholic beverages once served. It is also a matter of safety. You are only allowed one cup holder. Therefore, if someone buys a beer and a soda and drinks half of each and an interception happens during the game and things get out of hand thus; knocking all of the soda and beer onto the very tiny concrete below them people can slip and fall when trying to walk by. Lawyers should stop chasing ambulances and just pull up and wait outside some of these renovated stadiums-not exactly a walk in the park.

6. Tailgating is an American past time. Yup, people fire up their grills and make all kinds of tasty barbecue and they also drink beer out of glass bottles. Is there a camera anywhere so that if a person gets angry and takes it out on a parked car-that person can be found and made responsible? Sometimes manners of people are much like their homes-  folk get quite comfy and rude outdoors.  As the insurance sign hangs on the stadium for all to see-honestly is the best policy!

They say it ain't over till the fat lady sings-the stadium isn't ready for prime time, but built with Nephilim in mind!

In : Commentary 



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Opera Seats

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, November 3, 2011 Under: Commentary
Insurance companies needs to think about who they license or lend their name to. Why? Because they are insurance companies that pay out money to people, companies and places of all things if something happens as a result of an accident.  There is a stadium located the New Jersey, where the football teams of the Jets and Giants play. The stadium has the name of an insurance company in huge letters advertised on the stadium.  This insurance company also uses a cartoon character in it for their commercials. 

Stadiums are used to seat many people at particular events.  This is so somebody can play, perform, give a speech and most everybody can see them in person or live.  The problem here is that safety to a certain extent has been sacrificed and or ignored in order to allow more people to be seated. But at what cost?  I say this because there is no room for error if a person slips and falls. There is nothing to grasp and hold onto. Which means that you may be a cushion for somebody who falls or if you are the one that falls and you hit an empty seat then ouch! There are no indoor theater seats with the comfort you will want to expect.

I really don't find it necessary to have a stadium with so many seats and very little safety associated with it. Certainly this stadium underwent renovations but the more things change, the more they stayed the same.  Back in the day places that were responsible for people were not required to be handicap accessable.  Since this is a stadium equipped with ramps to go up and down the different levels they may have satisfied that request, however once you are inside for seating there is very little room for a person with two feet let alone a cane, walker or wheelchair to get past or even sit.  For a person to walk by, people seated in that row must get up on either end. This is because when you're seated that takes away from feet and leg room to enable a person to walk.  There are not many people who are trapeze artists with the ability to balance walking with open drinks and food as they go to their stadium seats, waiters and waitresses even drop dishes along with food. So if there is an accident the food, drink and the persons body have to go somewhere, since there is not enough room for a person to get by so when something happens others are affected as well. This stadium is a failure in design and concept of entertainment. This is because it lacks such factors that will make it safe and fun for people going to the game, concert or event.  Below is a list of things that should be considered:

1. Handicap accessible access to seating- to get to the stadium seats you have to use the stairs there are no ramps or walkways where a person can go up or down or where a person in a wheelchair can sit. To oblige people in this situation by requesting that they tailgate and watch the game on the huge monitor outside the stadium for free, is a suggestion-but where are the handicap accessable porta potties- or do they have to bring their own?

2. There are no safety rails that divide you or the person sitting above and below you- they can be made of clear plexiglass rails so you can see through them. The point here is so that if you stumble you have something to hold on to, so that you don't fall and end up in a seating position or row you didn't forsee in having to pay for ie. in a stretcher on your way to a hospital.

3. Too many seats and not enough room in between them- In football games its all about brotherhood and rooting for the same team. Since the stadium is not holding church, you get people who will stay in their seat for every miunte of the game and as a result not want to get up because they paid for the seat. Unless, you get stank with the person you will not be able to get by to use the bathroom or buy overpriced food or drink. No fighting please- or see where that will land you! 

4. What's the difference between a park and a parking lot?  One is for people and the other is for cars.  If any of these people who play ball inside the parking lot of the stadium damages another person's car while doing so- will they be kind enough to leave them their name and contact information so they can pay for it?

5.  The fast food is expensive enough without having to buy more if you drop and spill everything. The vendors should have bags to put things in and use bottle stoppers and lids for drinks so that in the event of an accident people don't get drenched because the caps were required to be removed from alcoholic beverages once served. It is also a matter of safety. You are only allowed one cup holder. Therefore, if someone buys a beer and a soda and drinks half of each and an interception happens during the game and things get out of hand thus; knocking all of the soda and beer onto the very tiny concrete below them people can slip and fall when trying to walk by. Lawyers should stop chasing ambulances and just pull up and wait outside some of these renovated stadiums-not exactly a walk in the park.

6. Tailgating is an American past time. Yup, people fire up their grills and make all kinds of tasty barbecue and they also drink beer out of glass bottles. Is there a camera anywhere so that if a person gets angry and takes it out on a parked car-that person can be found and made responsible? Sometimes manners of people are much like their homes-  folk get quite comfy and rude outdoors.  As the insurance sign hangs on the stadium for all to see-honestly is the best policy!

They say it ain't over till the fat lady sings-the stadium isn't ready for prime time, but built with Nephilim in mind!

In : Commentary 



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Opera Seats

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, November 3, 2011 Under: Commentary
Insurance companies needs to think about who they license or lend their name to. Why? Because they are insurance companies that pay out money to people, companies and places of all things if something happens as a result of an accident.  There is a stadium located the New Jersey, where the football teams of the Jets and Giants play. The stadium has the name of an insurance company in huge letters advertised on the stadium.  This insurance company also uses a cartoon character in it for their commercials. 

Stadiums are used to seat many people at particular events.  This is so somebody can play, perform, give a speech and most everybody can see them in person or live.  The problem here is that safety to a certain extent has been sacrificed and or ignored in order to allow more people to be seated. But at what cost?  I say this because there is no room for error if a person slips and falls. There is nothing to grasp and hold onto. Which means that you may be a cushion for somebody who falls or if you are the one that falls and you hit an empty seat then ouch! There are no indoor theater seats with the comfort you will want to expect.

I really don't find it necessary to have a stadium with so many seats and very little safety associated with it. Certainly this stadium underwent renovations but the more things change, the more they stayed the same.  Back in the day places that were responsible for people were not required to be handicap accessable.  Since this is a stadium equipped with ramps to go up and down the different levels they may have satisfied that request, however once you are inside for seating there is very little room for a person with two feet let alone a cane, walker or wheelchair to get past or even sit.  For a person to walk by, people seated in that row must get up on either end. This is because when you're seated that takes away from feet and leg room to enable a person to walk.  There are not many people who are trapeze artists with the ability to balance walking with open drinks and food as they go to their stadium seats, waiters and waitresses even drop dishes along with food. So if there is an accident the food, drink and the persons body have to go somewhere, since there is not enough room for a person to get by so when something happens others are affected as well. This stadium is a failure in design and concept of entertainment. This is because it lacks such factors that will make it safe and fun for people going to the game, concert or event.  Below is a list of things that should be considered:

1. Handicap accessible access to seating- to get to the stadium seats you have to use the stairs there are no ramps or walkways where a person can go up or down or where a person in a wheelchair can sit. To oblige people in this situation by requesting that they tailgate and watch the game on the huge monitor outside the stadium for free, is a suggestion-but where are the handicap accessable porta potties- or do they have to bring their own?

2. There are no safety rails that divide you or the person sitting above and below you- they can be made of clear plexiglass rails so you can see through them. The point here is so that if you stumble you have something to hold on to, so that you don't fall and end up in a seating position or row you didn't forsee in having to pay for ie. in a stretcher on your way to a hospital.

3. Too many seats and not enough room in between them- In football games its all about brotherhood and rooting for the same team. Since the stadium is not holding church, you get people who will stay in their seat for every miunte of the game and as a result not want to get up because they paid for the seat. Unless, you get stank with the person you will not be able to get by to use the bathroom or buy overpriced food or drink. No fighting please- or see where that will land you! 

4. What's the difference between a park and a parking lot?  One is for people and the other is for cars.  If any of these people who play ball inside the parking lot of the stadium damages another person's car while doing so- will they be kind enough to leave them their name and contact information so they can pay for it?

5.  The fast food is expensive enough without having to buy more if you drop and spill everything. The vendors should have bags to put things in and use bottle stoppers and lids for drinks so that in the event of an accident people don't get drenched because the caps were required to be removed from alcoholic beverages once served. It is also a matter of safety. You are only allowed one cup holder. Therefore, if someone buys a beer and a soda and drinks half of each and an interception happens during the game and things get out of hand thus; knocking all of the soda and beer onto the very tiny concrete below them people can slip and fall when trying to walk by. Lawyers should stop chasing ambulances and just pull up and wait outside some of these renovated stadiums-not exactly a walk in the park.

6. Tailgating is an American past time. Yup, people fire up their grills and make all kinds of tasty barbecue and they also drink beer out of glass bottles. Is there a camera anywhere so that if a person gets angry and takes it out on a parked car-that person can be found and made responsible? Sometimes manners of people are much like their homes-  folk get quite comfy and rude outdoors.  As the insurance sign hangs on the stadium for all to see-honestly is the best policy!

They say it ain't over till the fat lady sings-the stadium isn't ready for prime time, but built with Nephilim in mind!

In : Commentary 



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