Wow. A follow up?! Nice!
we finally did it reddit, we solved a problem!
Edit: Changed from question to link.
I love you guys
I chuckled a bit like an idiot.
Now THIS is the quality shit I subbed for
Under the OSHA
Under the OSHA
Darling it's better
Down where it's safer
Take it from me
gotta admit it, me too
Wow this is fantastic advice
Web design straight outta 1995
I'm glad the cat wasn't an asshole, I imagined it moving over like 3 feet once the cones were placed
wasn't an asshole
sits in the middle of the pavement giving zero fucks
Super cute! The cones are protecting the pedestrians more so than the cat.
also thinking No safety vest, no composite/steel toed shoes. That’s unsafe.........and a write up.
"I'm not in danger, I am the danger."
What's wron-oh, what the fuck how can you even, fucks sake these people are the reasons we have a milk warning on milk.
Self-tightening system, gets tighter every turn and even ends up taking the slack out of your wheel bearings.
"Warning, contains milk"
Much like the nut warning on nut packets.
I’m of the opinion we should just remove warning labels and let things sort themselves out. This would qualify.
I dont have a whole lot of faith in those welds either.
How far was it being towed? If this was just go get it across the yard or to the far end of a worksite then it's not too bad... if this was on a public road I'd be worried about where else your boss might cut corners...
Across town. He is not normally like this though.
Isn't part of the longer one breaking away above the left diamond already?
Does Bob.... build things?
At least he’s wearing orange I hear it makes it easier to see and hit your target
So I tell this story fairly often but never on Reddit. I regularly fire kilns to upward of 2400 degrees Fahrenheit and always wear proper attire...anymore. In my early days I wasn’t wearing gloves firing a woodkiln for an 8hr shift. During that time I drank about 12 beers, you know, to stay hydrated. Anyways while checking the temperature I didn’t quite get the brick back in the kiln fully, and as it fell,
I instinctively tried to catch it.
Well I caught it alright, hot face down in my palm. As I’m hollering in agony, the guy at the kiln next to me strolls over, pulls my hand out of the cooler of ice I had shoved my hand in, and squeezed a mountain of yellow mustard onto the burn. Before the confusion was able to set in, before I could curse him for such an insane act, the pain dulled to almost nothing. He told me it was an old glassblowers trick he learned doing something similar to what I had just done. To this day, I put mustard packs in all my first aid kits.
I don't believe this is real but I'm going to remember it at some point and be covered in bloody mustard
Oh hey, Satan.
And that's when u/spookyturds plan will have come to roost.
NO, last time it came around it was reposted so much they blew up his factory
BTW if captainsparklez sees this Hi. How do you do ?
They always told us it was a 50 ton lol I had no idea they meant air behind that, I guess thats why I work on the floor with everyone else
Tonnage is not referring to the actual weight of the unit but how much heat the AC unit can remove in an hour.
From the looks of it it’s an A/C unit. The 50 ton portion in the tittle is the size/capacity of the unit not an actual weight however if it falls he’s dead.
50 tons? that thing nearly solid?