Just thought I would share my experience of the day. Do Not use a wobbly 15ft ladder to change gas prices a 5 a. m. with a hangover. Went in to help some people I know with the station today and when I got there at 5 in the morning after a long night with lots of excitement there was a note that said gas prices needed to be lowered. First thought was "sweet cheaper gas" The only ladder at the store is an old wood one that wobbles like crazy. Got up as high as I wanted to go but it wasnt high enough. Ive done this a hundred times with no trouble so I figured this time wasnt any different and took another step. Ladder started to lean and I had one more to go. I took it and as soon as I did I started to go over. My mind was not quite ready for this and the only thought that was processing was "oh crap" instead of grabbing the sign to keep from falling, I rode that ladder into the ground. Right hand hit first, then it was a face to the ladder, and then the rest of me caught up. Broke a small piece off a bone in my wrist, not really serious but painful. Bruised my hip and my shoulder. My face hit the steel brace on the ladder so hard that it bent into a u-shape but didnt hurt my face. I left the price change up to somebody else but still worked 9 hours with a broke wrist. The lesson learned: dont use an old ladder at 5 in the morning and if you do make sure that suckers stable.