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Talldeveloper
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OSHA
Talldeveloper   4/20/2012 12:32:53 PM
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Oh S**t Hand and an Arm!



automation_dude
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Prototype of the first cell phone!
automation_dude   4/20/2012 12:16:20 PM
Prototype of the first cell phone!

ervin0072002
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we meet OSHA???
ervin0072002   4/20/2012 12:13:20 PM
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CEO: Three year record low of reported incidents in our work place. How did we do this?
HR: We made employs sign a contract not to report incidents in the work place.

ervin0072002
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We removed the ....
ervin0072002   4/20/2012 12:11:17 PM
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We removed the belt guards because every time some leaned against them the belt would come of the pulley. This way if some one leans on the belt they get burned and cut and quickly move away without slowing down production.

ervin0072002
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My Grandpas ...
ervin0072002   4/20/2012 12:06:47 PM
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My Grandpas first Bandsaw....

ervin0072002
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Showed my Grandpa my...
ervin0072002   4/20/2012 12:04:31 PM
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Showed my Grandpa my new computer, He told me his old one is bigger and better and pulled out this picture.

ervin0072002
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Every Time I complain
ervin0072002   4/20/2012 12:03:27 PM
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Every time i complain to grandpa about binary logic he pops out this picture and gives me the "Yall have it easy cuz in my day...." 2 hour speach....

ve3eoq
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Caption for the photo
ve3eoq   4/20/2012 11:58:42 AM
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Ok, who forgot to feed the hamsters? Until they eat, they refuse to turn their wheel, and no work gets done till they do.

Dave Palmer
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More captions
Dave Palmer   4/20/2012 11:41:01 AM
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Somewhere in this factory, a Six Sigma project is just waiting to happen.

What? Of course we're ISO 9001 certified.

Still can't justify that CAPEX request?

rcwithlime
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Re: caption
rcwithlime   4/20/2012 11:29:35 AM
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This place is belted in tighter than my old ladies corset

or

The pulley on that drive belt wobbles more than my wifes butt

or

The last time I saw this much belting, was at the New Years Swingers convention.

or finally

Hey Stanley, that primary drive belt looks like the same size as the one you need for your wifes bottom belt weight reducer machine.

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