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Old 06-24-2019, 12:25 AM   #1
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Old 06-24-2019, 01:35 PM   #2
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Brutal!
I love the auger coming thru the base of the w/c
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I’ve had my cable break a stool once. Pulled the stool in a restaurant. Men and women were not BTB, instead my cable broke the toilet two stalls down.....
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When I first started plumbing, I snaked a floor drain with the K1500 on the first floor of a retirement home. i feed about 6-7 lengths in before someone came up from the basement freaking out and screaming at me to STOP!
The snake had punched thru the bottom of cast iron trap and was flooding out the stock room with sewage while the cable was flailing around smashing stuff off of shelves. It was a huge mess!
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Gotta love the guy cutting the branch line with no gloves and no clue!
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The 2nd to last was great!

The cameraman was busy laughing at the clueless guy with his pants falling down as he cuts into a ripe drain line. Then while gagging and having the dry heaves, he crawls to a corner of the crawlspace and pours out poop and poop water from his bucket with no gloves or any PPE! They ought to show that tape at OSHA training classes and trade schools.

Also, show that to 1st year plumbing apprentices on their 1st night of class!!! While the instructor asks, "So, you guys want to be plumbers!" ...…….
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The 2nd to last was great!

The cameraman was busy laughing at the clueless guy with his pants falling down as he cuts into a ripe drain line. Then while gagging and having the dry heaves, he crawls to a corner of the crawlspace and pours out poop and poop water from his bucket with no gloves or any PPE! They ought to show that tape at OSHA training classes and trade schools.

Also, show that to 1st year plumbing apprentices on their 1st night of class!!! While the instructor asks, "So, you guys want to be plumbers!" ...…….



I feel bad for the guy, he's obviously mentally retarded or something. Back in the day he probably wouldn't have been allowed to enter a job that he is obviously not mentally equipped to handle. Instead he is left to fend for himself and be his own legal guardian. Oh, and he can vote, own a gun, get behind the wheel of a vehicle, get drunk, etc. so that's great. And people wonder why our society is going downhill.


I also feel bad for the customer who now has sewage in their crawlspace no one will ever clean up.












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these guys were funny as heII...
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In my apprentice days I was rodding a sink in a bakery, all of the sudden a women came from the dentist office next door screaming to stop.

Did so and walked next door. My 5/8" cable jumped across a cross tee, vent through a trap then up and out the sink behind the dentist where he was drilling on a person tooth. It came up out of the sink and started flailing around in the air...…


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I feel bad for the guy, he's obviously mentally retarded or something. Back in the day he probably wouldn't have been allowed to enter a job that he is obviously not mentally equipped to handle. Instead he is left to fend for himself and be his own legal guardian. Oh, and he can vote, own a gun, get behind the wheel of a vehicle, get drunk, etc. so that's great. And people wonder why our society is going downhill.


I also feel bad for the customer who now has sewage in their crawlspace no one will ever clean up.




















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You know, I just watched that one again, and I think you're correct. That poor guy is not mentally capable of doing what he's been asked to do. He's being mocked in a way by the man filming who knows full well what's happening as that line is cut. And the one filming is putting that poor guy in harm's way. Yes it is indeed sad.
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