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#205967 - 05/03/12 11:54 AM High Tension Wire Problems
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Power companies really need to keep their plant monitored better.



Police your high tension lines

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#205970 - 05/03/12 04:21 PM Re: High Tension Wire Problems [Re: tbone]
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That's cute!!!
I have a few people at a POCO switchyard that may like this!!
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#205973 - 05/04/12 09:30 AM Re: High Tension Wire Problems [Re: tbone]
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Made my morning!!

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#205983 - 05/05/12 03:29 PM Re: High Tension Wire Problems [Re: tbone]
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That's the worst line imbalance I've ever seen.

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#205987 - 05/06/12 06:23 AM Re: High Tension Wire Problems [Re: tbone]
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Looks like a classic case of Sub-Frequency Resonance, coupled with Elementary School Calisthenic Concepts, then sprinkled with Smoke Leakage contact affects from the Marijuana Dispensary, located to the lower right-hand side of the rebounding 2 Circuit Steel Structure.

--- laugh

On the serious side, I laughed my Donkey / Mule off when the Animation was first viewed!

Kudos to who ever compiled the Animated GIF!!!

Kind of curious to what took place, which spawned this "Exercise Video"... dunno

Nevertheless, it is cool!

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