And you can bet the reson it is there is because of a lawyer. Some
dunce probably preformed a cut as set out in the drawing and decided
after getting mangled that he should have been warned that using a
chain saw like this was a bad idea.
One should NEVER do that...if you are more than five feet or so above
the ground :)
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When I lived out the boondocks I met a farmer who, I was told later,
actually did do that. From pretty high up. Several people I asked confirmed
it. One of 'em told me he carried a picture of himself in the hospital bed
after that, just one big bruise, and he'd take it out to show people what
could happen when you screw up.
Some months later I was listening to the local radio station's call-in swap
and sell show, and he called in to tell everyone that if they build one of
those chimney cleaner things, the kind with the brush on a cable and
pulleys at both ends and a crank so you can send the chimney brush up and
down the chimney, that you shouldn't use nylon rope for the cable 'cause it
starts a chimney fire.
I think that fall did some permanent damage.
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