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Two Goofy Dudes!!

[Linked Image from safetycenter.navy.mil]

[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 12-20-2004).]


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Nice aluminum ladder.... [Linked Image]

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At least it won't be a hard landing if he should fall, unless he lands on the other guys head.

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He should be wearing swim trunks just in case. [Linked Image]


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...unless he lands on the other guys head...
or on the ladder for that matter...

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Still, _nothing_ tops the pic of the guy standing on a metal ladder drilling above a pool... was one of the very first pictures I saw here.

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Flash Back!!

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Yeah, these two really kick in!

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Is that fixture protected by a ground (water) fault breaker?

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at least he's wearing his safety glasses

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