This motherfucker needs to be checked out because anyone who hangs out on a power line like that has a few screws loose. One gust of wind and you end up falling or by some freak accident your ass gets zapped. Either way it's not a fun way to go.
damn now thats some crazy shit the electricity just jumps out, i wonder how much he gets paid to do that.
prob a lot id want a lot of coin 4 that shit
^^ he gets paid well^^ Would be a cool job ..I work on our city's power lines but the cheap bastards wont get me a helicopter to work out of ,just a bucket truck ...the cheap fuckers
Bread makes me poop
prob a lot id want a lot of coin 4 that shit" This isn't Super Mario Bros. retard. And spearchucker... swallow some peanut butter and make a sandwich. If that doesn't work... shove a banana up your ass and squeeze your cheeks real tight.
lickadslit....Isn't that little rod he uses, to disipate static from the helo's rotor blades? Just curious.
why all the anger bigun?that old geezer is a bad assed mofo.if i had a steel ball i would try,but fresh out,steel ones atleast.
hey big guy i take it back.he is one annoying motherfucking piece of shit,pubesant,worthless,ass licking,fucking asshole motherfucker.gatdamit someone shove his spear up his asshole so's he can get a break from shiting,and dont use any lube.
I've actually seen that outfit work here not far from the house... It's a pretty damned cool sight to see...
The guy is wrapped in 70% nomex and 30% stainless steel thread...like a faraday cage....As long as the chopper and the lineman are isolated from ground they will equalize with the voltage....thats why they use a wand..to transfer the voltage....Static charge buildup is a worry and that's why he clips a lead onto the line..Now if either of them were to go phase to neutral, phase to phase, or phase to ground, there would be a large fireball and certain death
^ at least that is the way I understand it I don't do any work from a helicopter bur rather a bucket..from the color of the helo I guess it to be from Agrotors.I believe the Haverfield corp bought Agrotors.. you could probably find out more at one of their sights
^^^ I know, from Coast Guard experience, that during rescues that they never drop the basket directly to parties below, because the static charge, from the rotors, would kill anyone on the ground. They always lower a rescue swimmer with the cage, and he grounds the basket, before he allows anyone else to touch it, or it is dropped directly into the water, some yards away from anyone below.
you guys amaze me.one minute your nigger this ape,monkey,baboon that and it turns out you do have some sense.
that's my specialty right there, I've done live work with 12,470 changing out 3 wire crossarms. The wire I worked on was as thick as a bic pen, so that wire on the vid must be holding over 100,000 volts. We'd drop the wire on the sides and let them hang and take the middle wire and slap it on top of the of the pole, then take out the crossarm and put a new one in, scary shit but trophy work. You won't beleive how much money that guy makes.
You can still get zapped though, that's why he puts that rod up to stabalize the charge on the copter. If he doesn't put that rod to stabalize the charge, he'll get zapped. I got zapped a few times from nuts and bolts on the pole not touching the wire but they picked up the charge around the wire and stored it like a capacitor. The voltage is so high that it creates a charge around the wire in the air and anything metal will pick it up and store it until something lets it discharge. I once went up on a dead line, but it picked up static voltage from the 12,470 live line next to it and we found the dead line had 2,000 volts static charge on it.
^^^that's how your radios work between the outlet plug and batteries. The batteries usually total 12volts for your radio, but the outlet is 120 volts. The transformer inside the radio has a wire of 120 volts, but smaller wire placed next to, but not touching the wire of 120 volts picks up a small portion of the 120 volt static charge in the air. That small portion of static charge equals 12 volts. Same thing with your home, those grey transformers on the poles outside have around 12,470 volts going in them, and the smaller wire picks up a small static charge in the air of 120 volts. The reason why the voltage is so high at first is because it would disappear across cities at 120 volts. Its really some awesome physics behind it all.
sorry greg you hit a soft spot on me there.
another funny thing, is water and electricity behave the same way, but they don't mix. I've worked with plumbers and they refuse to work on electricity, and electricians can fuck up some plumbing really bad.
I know about this type of conductivity a bit myself .I was shoving a vibrator in and out of my ass with so much speed one night it built up way too much static electricity and when I got my dick close to my olady's snatch it shot an arc cause she was grounded to the headboard where I had her tied up with bailing wire I keep in the trailer !
dont mind being called retard but i draw the line at spearchucker you fuckin stupid yank cunt
Thanks for the input. Tha bananna helped out.
Fuckyou you yellow bellied womp
Fuck, ass, shit, motherfucking piece of shit asshole dickhead moron
Hell, I bet that guy sleeps at a Holiday Inn Express and has Geico insurance.....