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short cuts kill

Discussion in 'Safety Issues' started by dgreene, Feb 9, 2007.

  1. Coaldust

    Coaldust Well-Known Member

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    2B3F6B8F-B2A3-4358-A3F1-DFB0B810700E.jpeg Let’s lighten this discussion up a bit. I don’t know where the picture came from, but it does make a good safety meme.
     
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  2. .RC.

    .RC. Well-Known Member

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    Depends on whether it is safe or not. That could be perfectly safe. That jack could be jammed in there so tight it is going nowhere or it might be flopping around ready to slip off. Just because a picture is taken means nothing.
     
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  3. ih100

    ih100 Senior Member

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    Look carefully at the head of the jack and tell me that could be perfectly safe.
     
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  4. highwayghost

    highwayghost Senior Member

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    Rubber rooms are the only things that are 'perfectly' safe. Life is about calculated risks. Choose wisely!