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Bless her cotton socks! Reminds me of a client of mine, same generation, from Texas. Job: thinning some ash crowns. She was like: "...when you climb up that tree, please do it when we're here, because years ago we hired a guy to cut some trees, and he got stuck, and he was up in that tree for hours before we got back..." Women, just got to love em...

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Well I got stuck on a flat roof, when the aluminium ladder, that was footed on a level concrete street and resting on the aluminium guttering, simply blew over, in the merest zephyr.

Man did the wife not chortle when she came back home some hours later.


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