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50-Year-Old Cartoon Predicts The Future

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Oldie but a goodie!

"It's freedom to work at a job you like"

Because working on high rise buildings in the open air is so much fun!

:vFpL81r: ' thought I'd post it here since no-one else has.

I know :chuckle: that highrise building job also caught my attention :chuckle:

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 YourMom2    1,271

Is that really a thing, or did I miss my turn at the pun? o.o;;

I believe it was a pun. Around here it's mostly Mexicans that work construction.

Construction workers that plunged to their deaths just in the last couple months:

August 25 Manhattan elevator shaft
Sept. 14 Chicago - 16 stories
Sept 2 New York - 8 stories
Sept 1 California casino 38 feet
August 27 Vikings Stadium 50 ft
Sept 30 - Seattle church
August 31 - Colorado 15 feet
Oct 19 - Charlotte 5 floors
Oct 17 - Ft. Worth 30 ft

So much for OSHA and the contractor's compliance with safety gear.

 

 

 

 

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I believe it was a pun. Around here it's mostly Mexicans that work construction.

Construction workers that plunged to their deaths just in the last couple months:

August 25 Manhattan elevator shaft
Sept. 14 Chicago - 16 stories
Sept 2 New York - 8 stories
Sept 1 California casino 38 feet
August 27 Vikings Stadium 50 ft
Sept 30 - Seattle church
August 31 - Colorado 15 feet
Oct 19 - Charlotte 5 floors
Oct 17 - Ft. Worth 30 ft

So much for OSHA and the contractor's compliance with safety gear.

 

 

 

 

There was a five story scaffolding that collapsed here about a month ago. Killed only one "luckily" enough.

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