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Siguiendo estas instrucciones aprenderás a subir una escalera sin ninguna dificultad. Te lo prometo.
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Step 1: Observación

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Nadie habrá dejado de observar que con frecuencia el suelo se pliega de manera tal que una parte sube en ángulo recto con el plano del suelo, y luego la parte siguiente se coloca paralela a este plano, para dar paso a una nueva perpendicular, conducta que se repite en espiral o en línea quebrada hasta alturas sumamente variables. Agachándose y poniendo la mano izquierda en una de las partes verticales, y la derecha en la horizontal correspondiente, se está en posesión momentánea de un peldaño o escalón. Cada uno de estos peldaños, formados como se ve por dos elementos, se situó un tanto más arriba y adelante que el anterior, principio que da sentido a la escalera, ya que cualquiera otra combinación producirá formas quizá más bellas o pintorescas, pero incapaces de trasladar de una planta baja a un primer piso.

Step 2: Primer paso

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Las escaleras se suben de frente, pues hacia atrás o de costado resultan particularmente incómodas. La actitud natural consiste en mantenerse de pie, los brazos colgando sin esfuerzo, la cabeza erguida aunque no tanto que los ojos dejen de ver los peldaños inmediatamente superiores al que se pisa, y respirando lenta y regularmente. Para subir una escalera se comienza por levantar esa parte del cuerpo situada a la derecha abajo, envuelta casi siempre en cuero o gamuza, y que salvo excepciones cabe exactamente en el escalón. Puesta en el primer peldaño dicha parte, que para abreviar llamaremos pie, se recoge la parte equivalente de la izquierda (también llamada pie, pero que no ha de confundirse con el pie antes citado), y llevándola a la altura del pie, se le hace seguir hasta colocarla en el segundo peldaño, con lo cual en éste descansará el pie, y en el primero descansará el pie. (Los primeros peldaños son siempre los más difíciles, hasta adquirir la coordinación necesaria. La coincidencia de nombre entre el pie y el pie hace difícil la explicación. Cuídese especialmente de no levantar al mismo tiempo el pie y el pie).
que divertido
0.775volts8 years ago
yes, but if sombody had posted "how to climb a staricase" in english, it would have been modded/flamed out of existence. there's a reason for that, too. Just because he wrote it in another language does not mean that it's a valid instructable.
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This comment thread is a dead horse, please stop beating it.
I don't think an English version would have been flamed. It's supposed to be funny, not serious. There's been a couple of other funny instructables around (like, how to make a child). And, he didn't write it. He copied it from a famous author (Julio Cortazar).
good point(s)
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Ismael8 years ago
Autor ORIGINAL: Julio Cortazar. ¿Es tan dificil dar el credito a quien lo merece?
Ademas, no agregaste nada original... Tan solo unas imagenes... ¿Para que publicarlo?

ORIGINAL author: Julio Cortazar. Is it so hard to give credit to whom credit is due?
Besides, you didn't add anything original. Just a few pictures... Why publish this?

Little explanation about what this really is: Julio Cortazar wrote a little history about "How to climb stairs". It's actually quite funny, goes over from what a stair is, what to use in the act of climbing it, and how to employ those devices ("foot") to climb it.
You can read a translation here:
prank8 years ago
ooh! ooh! I've got one! "Elevator Love Letter" by the Stars I'm so hard for a rich girl My heels are high, my eyes cast low And I don't know how to love I get so tired after midday, lately I take it out on my good friends But the worst stays in, or where would I begin? My office glows all night long Its a nuclear show, and the stars are gone Elevator, Elevator, take me home I'm so hot for the rich girl Her heels so high, and my hopes so low 'Cause I don't know how to love I'll take her home after midnight And if she likes, I'll tell her lies How we'll be in love by the morning I don't think she knows That I'm saying good bye My office glows all night long Its a nuclear show, and the stars are gone Elevator, Elevator, take me home My office glows all night long Its a nuclear show, and the stars are gone Elevator, Elevator, take me home Don't go, say you'll stay Spend a lazy Sunday In my arms, I won't take Anything away Don't go, say you'll stay Spend a lazy Sunday In my arms, don't take Anything away well, back to laser cutting...
From what I can translate (or what altavista can), this is an instructable on how to walk up stairs? Is it in spanish, so that most people won't be able to read it and leave negative comments or any kind for that matter? You joined this site, so apparently you can read english and understand that this is for instructions on how to do things, so why not write it in english?
Maybe there's an epidemic of stairs in Spanish-speaking countries?
yo no puedo hablar español
yo esquiar muy habblabamos telephoto libre nuncas
austin8 years ago
hey lets just post songs I like to eat eat eat apples and bananas i like to ate ate ate aples and banaenaes I like to ute ute ute upples and bununas
GoodBikes8 years ago
Jolin, que maravilloso
jmlginstt (author) 8 years ago
Vale, yo mismo. Me gusta la herramienta, funciona igual que un blog. Utilísima para describir procesos como su nombre indica
jmlginstt (author)  jmlginstt8 years ago
Me replico yo mismo.