Saftey first!

One way to assure your death is to jerry rig anything around power poles. I know you wanna get the job done quickly but you won't be getting it done at all if you wind up dead.

26 Comments
  • jomomma September 24, 2007

    1st again - and fuckin dumb

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  • culprite inc September 24, 2007

    no he's safe tractors not grounded

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  • anoyherdayhear September 24, 2007

    Ooops.

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  • lickadslit September 24, 2007

    what could possibly go wrong?

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  • oicu8abullet September 24, 2007

    hey culprite. you're an idiot. I can't even see 98% of the tractor much less tell if it is grounded or not.

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  • spearchucker September 24, 2007

    Red neck cable guy

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  • skoal36 September 24, 2007

    wow his lover came to help wearing cowboyboots and daisy dukes

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  • boppalilbit September 24, 2007

    I bet alcohol was a factor in this.

    and for you idiots being grounded has nothing to do with what your thinking

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  • culprite inc September 24, 2007

    oicu8abullet a tractor has four tiers right?????

    or is it unsafe to assume that rudder is an insulator you dumb ass plus on the bottom of ladders theres also a rubber foot so hell be fine it is not high power lines

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  • lickadslit September 24, 2007

    ^^ It is unsafe to assume that rubber is a good insulator.depending on your voltage it will blow the tires out in a ball of fire .I know a couple of guys that were working on a pulling unit and occidentally got the pole into the overhead transmission lines and it blew out all the tires on the truck and also blew out their kneecaps and blew a 1/2 inch hole out of the bottom of their feet (which were in rubber boots ) setting the grass on fire .The only thing that saved them was the 5/8 cable on the pulling unit burnt in two as quick as it hit it and maybe god was on their side.how ever in this picture it looks like they are installing the guy wires which are not charged and they are safe from electrocution however the nigger rigged bucket truck is something you would never get me in (I am just not that fond of falling and breaking my neck)

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  • thebigd September 24, 2007

    Thats a New Yorker trying to get cheap cable

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  • judasz September 24, 2007

    Now one notice the dead guy is STILL hanging there from a picture a few weeks back?

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  • straticus September 24, 2007

    Hmmm lets see aluminum ladder plus a shitload of fucking steel equals fried construction workers. And no culprite that tractor isnt grounded. Did u forget about the outriggers that are made of steel They are about as safe as a black man at a KKK rally.

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  • culprite inc September 24, 2007

    those kind or tractors don't have out riggers its a fucking bull dozer. any wya it doesn't look as tho theres still power to the line any way

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  • straticus September 24, 2007

    Ummmm bulldozers have flat blades not buckets. That is a backhoe. Learn ur construction equipment.

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  • straticus September 24, 2007

    Oh and bulldozers have tracks not tires.

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  • theblob06 September 24, 2007

    I want his shoes

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  • culprite inc September 24, 2007

    yeah i was wrong though it was a front end loader but you can see the tire so

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  • copenhagenman September 25, 2007

    before or after they blow out, blob?hahahahaha and i believe the machine is an articulated skid loader. there again, i could be wrong.

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  • copenhagenman September 25, 2007

    btw, regardless of grounded or not, these two bastards ain't the brightest bulbs on the tree. and at least one is a fairy.

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  • culprite inc September 25, 2007

    lololololololollolololololololol

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  • judasz September 25, 2007

    Fucking idiots. Not a backhoe or bulldozer it's a fucking front end loader. Backhoes are attached to the back of a tractor.

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  • ikill September 25, 2007

    looks like it wasnt the red wire after all.

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  • misterbriggs September 26, 2007

    they're both dressed like it's the village people try-outs

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  • drunk101 September 26, 2007

    rubber tires u fuckin idiots

    any idea on how thick the rubber r on them??? no u probably dont hes safe

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  • oicu8abullet September 27, 2007

    If anyone is still reading this: it is a front end loader, it does have rubber (not rudder) tires (not tiers) and it does not have out riggers. It may, however, have a chain or wire dangling to the ground.

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