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Newly Patented Escalator Not Limited By Straight Lines

Named for its inventor Jack Levy, the Levytator escalator reduces redundancy, by carrying people up and down on a single track. Patented in the United States, Europe and China, the Levytator is also capable of bending around curves, opening up the possibility of moving sidewalks capable of turning corners and accommodating changes in elevation. Plus, like a normal escalator, the Levytator can never break down. It can only become stairs and/or a sidewalk. Look for the “Levytator temporarily stairs/sidewalk” coming to an airport near you. Sorry for the added convenience. (With apologies to Mitch Hedberg)

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