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I thought it would be funny to post this picture.

I wonder how long it took to install this fixture?

Found in a Frat house in NJ.

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..at least the joist wasn't hacked to a toothpick like plumber's do.


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They are not all locked up. [Linked Image]
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Conversation over a keg:

"Dude, we need more light."
"No problem bro, my dad's brother's second cousin is one of those electric guys."
"Rock on! Maybe he'll put a light up there."

(Several hours, one phone call, some tin snips and an empty keg later [Linked Image]

"It's up, guys. Y'all just need some bulbs."
"Dude, you rock! Tell my dad's bro I said Woah."

(At the next keg party [Linked Image]

"Man, why'd we put that light up? Now all the chicks are UGLY!!"
"No prob, dude. Just take the bulbs out!!"


Oh yeah, love the ballast support too. [Linked Image]

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From Mallrats:
Silent Bob's an electrical genius.

He won the science fair in eighth grade...

By turning his mom's [self-edit] into a cd player using chicken wire and **** .

[self-edit]'s like MacGyver...no, [self-edit]'s better than MacGyver


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is that ballast fixed with a melting-away cable tie? ......

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Jetlei98; A new woodworking joint- the 'New Jersey Half-Lap'.
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At least the didn't knotch the framing, the light can be fixed/removed/disposed of. And at least it didn't burn the joint down while it was operational, although it could have.


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