Thursday, June 1, 2017

When You DESERVE To Be Paid A Shitload of Money....























28 comments:

  1. NOPE Nope Nope.

    I ain't doin' it.

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  2. Heard that, B. Pics like that make My nuts hurt. I googled it one time. Very iteresting

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  3. Sorry, not enough money...........

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  5. That tower likely has a ladder down the center of the column Though it looks like the standing guy on the right doesn't have his harness attached to anything.

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    1. OK, say there is, and that's very likely, where the HELL were they standing while the last two or three guys climbed up and closed the hatch?

      And yes, that is my worst nightmare!

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    2. Tube is open...no hatch. they are standing on the top flange of the tube(note the bolt holes around the perimeter). It's one thing to climb a ladder inside an enclosed tube, and another thing to be standing/sitting on an open flange.

      What twists my brain is where they will have to be WHILE BOLTING ON THE NEXT SECTION!

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    3. Using their gigantic strong peckers to screw into the steel and hold them in place. Using one testicle to hold a wrench and the other to counter-torque.

      Laughing at us ordinary males.

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  6. Not enough money in the world..

    *buck...buck...buckack!"

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  7. Everyone's gotta die of somethin'. I'd just rather not die of asphalt compression!

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  8. Pix like that drive my "Pucker Factor" meter right off the scale!

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  9. *BARF*

    JFC - I have nightmares like that...

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  10. Aint wheelchair acceddsble for me

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  11. https://www.google.com/search?q=why+do+my+balls+hurt+when+I+look+ay+pic+of+high+places&oq=why+do+my+balls+hurt+when+I+look+ay+pic+of+high+places&aqs=chrome..69i57.42858j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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  12. Um, what's the guy taking the picture standing on?

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  13. Didn't think that there would be any room left for any of them to stand with their nuts getting in the way.

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  14. I'd be LEAVING a shitload, I can tell you!

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  15. Oh man, not enough money in the world! lol

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  16. I could have done this when I was young. Heights have never bothered me.

    Now my problem would be a general lack of fitness and the accumulated lifetime of injuries keeping joints from moving like they should. I am not graceful anymore.

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  17. Cis white male privilege! Females, people of color, and LGBTQ are underrepresented!

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  18. I believe the old phrase "a lot of sand in his craw" covers it.

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  19. Damn! My knees just went wobbly.

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  20. Construction workers stood atop the Wilshire Grand Tower in downtown Los Angeles and posed for an epic picture.

    The four men were on top of the spire that was added on Saturday, making the building the tallest west of the Mississippi River at 1,099 feet."
    Source: http://abc7.com/news/photo-workers-pose-for-picture-atop-wilshire-grand-tower-in-dtla/1502824/


    [I climbed a lot of towers in the 34 years I worked in two-way radio. But never one in a downtown area. Mostly when I was in my 20's, dumb, stupid and did not know any better...]

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  21. Around here, tower workers get decent money, not great but decent. On the upper end of blue collar wages. Now if you are union and working a union job, the pay can be quite a bit more.
    As for working high, the old saying was "anything above 30 feet and the results are the same".

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  22. I climbed poles for the telephone company for thirty years, but I get a nose bleed above 20 feet.

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  23. Who is taking the picture? On what is he standing?

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