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#118477 - 09/21/04 06:07 AM Check these out!  
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Guy's,
Here are a couple of pics that you might enjoy having a look at:

[Linked Image]

and the other:

[Linked Image]

I'm not too sure if that guy in the top pic is welding the gas tank on that truck or not, what do you think?.


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#118478 - 09/21/04 08:45 AM Re: Check these out!  
electure  Offline


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Oh my gosh. [Linked Image]

Is there another picture of that little truck launching over the fence?


#118479 - 09/21/04 04:57 PM Re: Check these out!  
pauluk  Offline
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I can't make out the license plate on the back of that truck, but I jave a sneaky suspicion this might be another South-of-the-border Darwin candidate...... [Linked Image]


#118480 - 09/22/04 05:36 PM Re: Check these out!  
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I want to know how he got the truck up that high?


#118481 - 09/22/04 09:29 PM Re: Check these out!  
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The Incredible Hulk, of course! That's why the green truck with the green license plate. [Linked Image]


#118482 - 09/23/04 12:41 AM Re: Check these out!  
OreElect  Offline
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Should`nt the guy on the roof have a safety line on and hard hat?
Also,does that welder do side jobs?


#118483 - 09/23/04 06:33 PM Re: Check these out!  
cs409  Offline
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who took the photos?


#118484 - 09/23/04 08:55 PM Re: Check these out!  
NORCAL  Offline
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Check out rock103.com picture of the week archives for the first pic.


#118485 - 09/26/04 09:54 AM Re: Check these out!  
lil suzi  Offline
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Can we say: Insanity?! Suicide?! I wasnt thinking of the roofer not having a hard hat, but rather, one would think more on the lines of the forklift holding up the scissor lift. Jeeze!Whats wrong with these pics, hmm, let me count...


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#118486 - 09/26/04 10:34 AM Re: Check these out!  
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cs409,
I'm not actually sure who took the photo's.
They were posted at a Occ Health and Safety Forum in Australia.
lil suzi,
The thing I'm thinking with the bottom pic is this:
How did they get that scissor lift up there, in the first place?.
Also, I'd sort of hope that that section of lean-to roof, is well anchored to the wall of the building!. [Linked Image]
One last point, I can't help but think, that there is some sort of an exit/entry/fire escape to the left of the pic, that's been covered up by a new sheet of siding, where that ladder goes through the roof of the lower section.
Anyone else get that feeling?.


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