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  # 1628510 13-Sep-2016 13:02
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geocom:

 

unless there was an active fault.

 

 

 

 

Be a shame if a bird came and pulled on those horribly connected wires. They are after all attracted to colorful things that they like to try using for their nests. 




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  # 1652425 17-Oct-2016 17:47
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So chorus turned up today. Never came in just got to the work.

 

Looks so much better than it did before.

 

Click to see full size

 

And then we come to the other side.

 

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I now know who I'm calling in the morning. Are there really that many chorus technicians that have no idea what they are doing?





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  # 1652429 17-Oct-2016 17:56
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Out of sight, out of mind ;)

 

 

 

Sometimes i wish they would give up on putting so much effort into getting away with things, it seriously doesn't work that effectively...





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  # 1652443 17-Oct-2016 18:12
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Q. Is this good enough?

 

A. No





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  # 1652464 17-Oct-2016 19:04
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E for Effort.




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E for Execrable





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