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Old 11-23-2013
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Not a joke.....but pretty funny stuff. I am sure nobody here has ever done ANYTHING like seen in these scenes....
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my favorite is the genius on the cinder blocks now is he holding the power line wires thanks for sharing Dan , I guess we have all done some pretty dumb things in life .

i dont have pics to show but as a roofer i have my share of dumb set ups
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I am sure we could come up with a setup like picture 4 for working on a bird....
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The pic isn't real clear. but the sillouet in the first pic looks just like Mike Putz..hehehe
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I have to admit, I've been the test pilot for the first one.
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Hey, give this guy some credit for safety..................................at least he is not standing on the top two steps of the ladder

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You always get better result when you use the right equipment Now to get to the really high spots you use one of these...
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Hey, give this guy some credit for safety..................................at least he is not standing on the top two steps of the ladder

He also has a safety line right next to his right hand he could grab should he need it
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I'll fess up I have done all of the above, except #4, and more than likely worse. And yes that includes #5. I have a Kubota tractor with a front end loader on it and have crawled under it to work on it using the bucket to lift it.

When I was 16 (that should pretty much explain why I did what I did) I worked for a painting contractor as a painter. We did everything from hog sheds to $500K houses, which in 1963 dollars is a lot of house today! Anyway, we were working on a huge barn and had two 40' extension ladders run all the way out with a 12" walk board stretched out between the ladders. We couldn't reach the very top of the gable end of the barn, so we got the bright idea to put an 8' step ladder on top of the walk board, opened up. One guy was on one side holding it and another guy on the other, while the ladder sat on the first step and the support rung. Because I was the tallest I naturally "volunteered" to go up. So, I went and stood on the top, the one that is marked "This is not a step" and got on my tip toes to reach the peak. I can imagine any number of things that could have gone wrong, but they didn't. Since that time, some of my brain cells may have deteriorated, but somehow I have gotten smarter. Today, I wouldn't get on that ladder if it was sitting on the ground, much less 40' in the air.
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Yeah, but we all know we get better results when you use the best tool for the job
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