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mAen! 3:10

What does "open-sided" mean here? Passengers jumping on and off while the tram is in motion? As in Harold Lloyd flicks :-)
14/Jul/08 12:19 AM
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8:39 Does that mean there are no window panes so the windows on the sides are always "open"? But, if so, what about rain?
14/Jul/08 1:00 AM
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Jyrki!!! You like Harold Lloyd flicks, too?!! The best scene to me will always be that routine on the clock face. Brilliant stunt!

I've never seen a bus like this, except in photos. I imagine that the upper level would have a lot of sway. A person might get seasick up there.
14/Jul/08 1:55 AM
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Plum... if it rains, they get wet.
14/Jul/08 1:56 AM
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My point.
14/Jul/08 2:01 AM
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5:09
14/Jul/08 2:22 AM
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Who is Harold Lloyd? Sorry to exhibit my ignorance - too lazy to google him today.
14/Jul/08 2:25 AM
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Harold Lloyd was the King of physical comedy during the age of silent movies, up there with Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. He specialized in amazing stunts. And he was BRILLIANT!!!
14/Jul/08 2:56 AM
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Still nobody to tell us here in the western hemisphere what a Hong Kong open sided tram is (did I get that photo caption correct?). I guess we'll have to wait for the people who are more knowledgeable about these things to wake up.
14/Jul/08 3:32 AM
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All our buses used to be a bit like that. Quite a lot of fun on narrow streets! Now they're really only used as open-topped tour buses. But I think they still use double-deckers in Dublin. Going down the spiral staircases while the bus was in motion was quite interesting!
14/Jul/08 4:03 AM
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Oh yeah - and Harold Lloyd was fab! My mother, who has a fear of heights, can't watch the one on the clock face - she gets dizzy!
14/Jul/08 4:04 AM
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Heidi!

As a kid I eagerly watched everything Harold Lloyd and Buster Keaton produced. Luckily our network tv was showing them semi-regularly. Chaplin's work was on more rarely. I guess basically because his movies are longer and it's more difficult to find a good slot (or may be the royalties were too high?)

And, yes, I love that clock stunt, too :-)
14/Jul/08 4:05 AM
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maen all! northeastern u.s.a. native americans are world renown for their high-steel work...people from hong kong are probably quite adept as well from the pix i've been seeing.
14/Jul/08 4:57 AM
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Was going to say Good Maen, but I'm so late today that I need to wish all a Good mAen instead! Love the education I am getting reading all of your comments.
14/Jul/08 5:11 AM
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Those were trams, not buses - they ran along tram tracks. I called them 'open-sided because there didn't appear to be any glass in the windows. They rattled along because I think they had square wheels.
Hong Kong gets more than its fair share of rain and I'm sure the windows could be closed More...
14/Jul/08 5:22 AM
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High rises being built in Hong Kong are covered in green shade-cloth all held together with bamboo frame-work & plastic ties. I was told that it stops falling tools from hitting pedestrians on the footpaths. I couldn't help wondering if the workers were considered tools!
14/Jul/08 5:44 AM
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Thanks for the explanation Ian had me scratching my head over that caption. LOL
14/Jul/08 7:53 AM
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I have never seen a Harold Lloyd movie. Can someone tell me the name of the movie with the clock scene? It sounds funny.
14/Jul/08 8:02 AM
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3:46, straight-forward puzzle this morning. Well, time for me to get ready for work. Bye all.
14/Jul/08 8:05 AM
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Good fun, thanks Ian.
14/Jul/08 9:18 AM
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Tami... The name of the movie is "Safety Last".
14/Jul/08 9:50 AM
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Heidi, Thank you. I am going to try to find a copy.
14/Jul/08 11:06 AM
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Now I want to watch the movie, too.
14/Jul/08 12:40 PM
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I think I spent too much time shopping and touristy things like going to Stanley market, the peak and harbour cruises on junks. Missed these old rattlers completely. Nice shot Ian.
You have to watch out in windowless vehicles in HK...I copped an eyeful thru an open window on a More...
14/Jul/08 5:39 PM
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Nice pic Ian.
Oh Bean, That sounds awful.
14/Jul/08 7:44 PM
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Well, I'm a little late, but I added Harold Lloyd's clock scene to my page. Hope y'all enjoy!
14/Jul/08 8:34 PM
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4.20 I need some air in my hair!
14/Jul/08 8:57 PM
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Nice picture Ian.
14/Jul/08 9:21 PM
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Thanks Stephanie!!

(That's my middle name!)
14/Jul/08 10:29 PM
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Nice avatar Heidi.
14/Jul/08 10:56 PM
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Now this is something you don't see in my "neck of the woods!" Thank you, Ian!
14/Jul/08 11:00 PM
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21/Jul/14 6:48 PM
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