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"J T" wrote in message http://www.swapmeetdave.com/Humor/Workshop/Safety.htm
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Hey now ... the double forklift trick is an elegant solution.
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Definitely my favorite.
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I like the ladder on the back of the truck, braced with random lumber.
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Could you see me waving?
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Hey now, that's not random. Each piece was placed based upon rigorous structural analysis and load calculations. ;-)
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On Mon, 10 Jan 2005 20:28:54 -0700, Mark & Juanita

I like the guy changing the street light myself.
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Mike Marlow wrote:

Mine too, but I don't imagine that's actually *possible* is it? Not unless you put a third forklift on the back of the first one to hold it down while it lifted the second one maybe.
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Silvan wrote:

Note the second one is much smaller than the first...load is probably above the rated limit but obviously within what the larger one was able to lift and stay on the ground...but <spooky>!!! I've done some stretchy things, but you wouldn't find me within seeing distance of that one... :(
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"Duane Bozarth" wrote in message

When I saw the pictures I couldn't help but think of a friend (known him since he was a teenager and he's in his early fifties now) who still does most of my HVAC work, is a certified mechanical genius, and is famous for doing the impossible.
Richard, the holder of a master plumber's license, a journeyman electrician's license, and an HVAC license in the SOT, dropped out of middle school in the 7th grade, but is regularly hired as a consultant on projects that no one else wants to, or can't, handle, and routinely embarrasses highly educated, and highly paid talent with simple solutions to large problems.
Had he been an Egyptian of yore, Richard would have built pyramids.
However, Richard's solutions, while vaguely reminiscent of a couple of the photos, are so simple and safe that you don't ever hesitate to join in. Many years ago I helped him (just the two of us, and only two levels of 8' scaffolding), hump a five ton commercial AC unit to the roof, and over the brick facade, of a two story building where my recording studio is still housed.
Folks familiar with the feat are still shaking their heads almost 20 years later.
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On 10 Jan 2005 20:01:52 -0800, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com wrote:

I know when I posted my web site a year ago, ya'll nearly exceeded my allocated bandwidth and I had to increase it for a few months (for a minor fee from my ISP).

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