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Another GREAT Bucket Truck Shocker Classic!!! #122495
11/17/05 03:30 PM
11/17/05 03:30 PM
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Re: Another GREAT Bucket Truck Shocker Classic!!! #122496
11/17/05 04:20 PM
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Just when you think you've seen it all...
A real good one, indeed!
Are those lines low or medium voltage? To my eye the ones the guy is working on look like low voltage.

Re: Another GREAT Bucket Truck Shocker Classic!!! #122497
11/17/05 04:41 PM
11/17/05 04:41 PM
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one more darwin candidate..... coming up! [Linked Image]

Re: Another GREAT Bucket Truck Shocker Classic!!! #122498
11/17/05 06:54 PM
11/17/05 06:54 PM
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on this photo on bottom "conductor" or cable what the person is working on that is commuation cable .

let start from the top lines the top line is primary hot line useally 13.8 KV or 24.4 Kv [depending on local spur]
next line below the hot conductors is the primary netural line

third and fourth line i belive it is televison cable line

the bottom most line is telephone or telecomuattion line [ this is very typical for commuation line to be below of power system but offhand i am not too crazy with televison cables i heard some horror story about it ]

Merci , Marc


Pas de problme,il marche n'est-ce pas?"(No problem, it works doesn't it?)

Re: Another GREAT Bucket Truck Shocker Classic!!! #122499
11/17/05 07:03 PM
11/17/05 07:03 PM
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The book on stupidity is still being written.

Roger

Re: Another GREAT Bucket Truck Shocker Classic!!! #122500
11/17/05 07:46 PM
11/17/05 07:46 PM
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And what's worse...he's not wearing safety glasses! :-)

Re: Another GREAT Bucket Truck Shocker Classic!!! #122501
11/17/05 08:17 PM
11/17/05 08:17 PM
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It looks dangerous at first glance but isn't he tied off to the top conductor with a safety cable?
Joe

Re: Another GREAT Bucket Truck Shocker Classic!!! #122502
11/17/05 08:55 PM
11/17/05 08:55 PM
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Unbelievable!!,
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The book on stupidity is still being written.

That's for sure Roger. [Linked Image]
If you got caught doing that sort of thing here, you could expect instant dismissal.
I'd be interested to see how the ladder is tethered to the bucket.
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It looks dangerous at first glance but isn't he tied off to the top conductor with a safety cable?

I'd never trust any sort of cable to hold my wieght, if you did fall you could bring the whole lot down on yourself. [Linked Image]

Re: Another GREAT Bucket Truck Shocker Classic!!! #122503
11/17/05 09:55 PM
11/17/05 09:55 PM
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That just doesn't even look possible!

Re: Another GREAT Bucket Truck Shocker Classic!!! #122504
11/18/05 05:21 PM
11/18/05 05:21 PM
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AND NOW! The 'Great Alonzo' will dive 100 feet into a wet face-flannel!
Aiiiiii-eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!! THUD!!!!
"Right! Own up!! Who wrung that flannel out!?"

This photo has to be a Photoshop job, the whole set-up is as preposterous as the above.


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