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    New record for most dangerous ladder usage - GIF

    Not the first dangerous use of a ladder we've seen, but this may be our current record holder. Combining all of this unsafe use into a single 8-second GIF is actually quite a challenge.



    Previously:

    ladder walking - video
    Foldup ladder - GIF
    Cedar ladder - photo

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    Look up 'core drilling' and 'concrete coring machines'. I'm positive an 8" bit isn't going to get a bite and penetrate just pushed by hand, without water either. They aren't getting a cut, the human drill bushing would have face full of concrete dust.
    A wall rig gets anchored. Common in tilt-ups adding door ways, electrics, ducting, and pipe.
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    Looks like they may be just trying to "drill" the render. Perhaps there is just something very easy to work below that?

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    Chisel and hammer would be faster

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    The way the tool moves at the end they are not getting any bite.

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