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    Coconut shell stripper - GIF

    Coconut shell stripper. And I believe we have a new contender for Most Dangerous Tool.



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    I guess I would be the only person to starve to death stranded on an Island full of coconuts. There is not a single coconut product or by product that has or will ever be in my home. just the smell of coconut makes me gag.

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    I wouldn’t care to bet that the person who sold that machine has a hand missing.

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    That is the scariest machine, it will pull you in, and eat you.

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    if your hand got caught your only chance to survive would be if you pulled your own arm off
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    Saw stop adapted to coconut stop? Oops that's right won't in high moisture situations.

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    I especially like the wrist watch with the safety quick release (not).

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    And wearing a wristwatch while operating it? Shirt untucked? This person can’t even spell OSHA! Bless his heart, as we say here in Alabama. We’ve all got to make a living, but a job without any more protection than that will make an injury or a death as quickly as it makes a living.
    Sorry if I’ve overreacted on this. I teach high school students to run lathes and mills and this is, as some of my students say' “triggering” my inner safety inspector!

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    Who wants to wager whether or not the machine operator is wearing safety glasses or hearing protection? Anyone?

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    If he starts to fall in the machine he can always call on these tow guys
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