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The other day I bounded out of bed and down the stairs, and I realized that was something I hadn’t done in quite a few years.
So, if we’re going into someone’s home, you can’t be alone and drop the body down the stairs.
Boston Dynamics estimates it will take around 15 minutes to get you fully up to speed, but after a minute or two, I was able to send the robot up and down a flight of stairs at BD HQ.
Those who complimented me for taking the stairs for my health had no idea that it was for my mental health, not my physical health.
The type and layout of your house might have an impact—especially if you have stairs to clean when the size and weight of the device can come into play.
At around the same time, police said, the crowd pulled a second officer down the stairs.
For over a minute, he faces the intruders alone as they follow him up two flights of stairs and come dangerously close to the doors of the Senate chambers, where lawmakers were sheltering.
If you only live on one story and don’t have any stairs to climb or clean, this might not matter so much to you.
In a viral video, Goodman is seen on video trying to hold back dozens of rioters, twice retreating up a flight of stairs.
The officer tried to hold off the mob, but the maskless group pushed him back up multiple flights of stairs until they reached the landing outside Senate chamber, where a few other officers stepped in to help.

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