Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Wordless Wednesday

After Hours Construction Site
Effective Theft Prevention?

49 comments:

  1. Probably very effective! How would you get it down without dropping it??

    Thanks for "dropping" by my blog! ;)

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  2. bwahahahaha I LOVE IT! Finally someone with some brains! Guess they don't have to hire security now do they!?! LOL Thanks for stopping by my friend! Have a great day!

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  3. That is an innovative thought... I wouldn't stand under it too long though... ;)

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  4. LOL hilarious and much cheaper too heheh!

    Have an upliftingtastic week and thanks for pirouetting by ;-)

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  5. I certainly wouldn't try stealing that! LOL!
    Please share your shot at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/08/frooms-with-linky.html

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  6. ha.
    as long as they dont climb down from above.
    but i guess then....

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  7. LOL! Good caption with your photo! But...there are some who have too much time on their hands who will figure out a way to rip this company off. Happy #WW!

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  8. Too funny, but just hope it doesn't get dropped in the morning! :)

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  9. I wouldn't want to walk under that thing!

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  10. I'm not going to get it---just hope it doesn't fall!

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  11. Yes, that would certainly deter me! lol Yes, I hope that doesn't fall on anyone.

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  12. I saw a crane doing freeway construction that had done the same thing over the weekend.

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  13. I am lost...what is it that's, exactly happening?

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    1. They've hooked the generator and suspended it in the air overnight, before leaving the construction site.

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  14. Haha it's creative, I'll give them that!

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  15. Yep, construction sites are great places for thieves. This is way cool.

    Have a terrific day. ☺

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  16. I guess they are doing what they feel the need to do, it does look very dangerous, that the line could break when someone is under it.

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  17. I have seen this many time, it works!

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  18. lol now there is a way to deter thieves haha

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  19. haha...atleast it is safe up there :)

    thanks for linking up with your precious clicks, Rosey :)
    always a pleasure to have you with us!

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  20. I saw something like that the other day when they were replacing the air conditioner on a building. It was kinda weird to see.
    POSH

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  21. Yup - and I'm sure it works too! Unfortunately, we don't own a crane and we had a whole trailer full of equipment stolen from our CHURCH parking lot a few weeks ago. It stinks that reasonable people have to resort to hauling their things up into the air to protect them from thieves.

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  22. Wow. The sky makes a spectacular safe!

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  23. owww...I'm afraid it may fall down :)..great shot btw et happy Wednesday :)

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  24. lol - probably the best theft prevention I've seen on a construction work site. Only if there are no accidents with the hold.

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  25. LOL! Well that is something you don't see every day! I think it is safe! I would love for you to link up over at my wordless Wens. link up too!

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  26. That;s one way to get people not to steal! I know one thing I wouldn't stand under it!

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  27. Well I wouldn't want to go anywhere near that.

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  28. I'd say that's pretty effective! ;) Now I just hope it's secure!

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  29. I've seen some construction sites like that around here too. Definitely a good theft prevention method!

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  30. I love this creativity....
    BUT....what if it falls?

    But yes I do love this idea.

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  31. That's so funny!!! It's a good idea really. We've had problems around here with people steeling metal in scrap yards.

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  32. I wouldn't go near it!
    Happy Thursday, Rosey!

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  33. I'd say that works pretty well for preventing theft! LOL

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  34. That is definitely a way to prevent theft! Guess where ever that picture was taken has been hit with theft a few times!

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  35. Yikes! You won't find me standing under that!

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  36. Well that's one way to prevent theft. Darn good way if you ask me.

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  37. That's actually pretty smart. I wonder why more people don't do that.

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  38. Actually, that's a Miller welder. My husband is a welder, and he used to work in the heavy mechanical industry. That is standard practice on construction sites. It's just suspended by a crane, so come Monday morning, the crane operator just lowers it back to the ground.

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