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How to Change a Light Bulb March 17, 2016

Posted by Retired Geezer in Art, Gardening.

Very Carefully…


1. Retired Geezer - March 17, 2016

How many feet could You climb up that 1500′ tower?

2. Rain - March 17, 2016

There is absolutely no way I could have done that.

3. lauraw - March 17, 2016

I love heights. I could do the whole thing. Or, I would like to ascend it if it didn’t involve so much hard climbing work. Not too many places to rest on that tower. I am not fit enough anymore 😦

Just as well, I enjoy heights so much that I’d probably forget I was in danger, too.

4. skinbad - March 17, 2016

That gives me the willies. He should have a parachute for the return trip.

5. Retired Geezer - March 17, 2016

I could claim Lauraw’s comment as my own, especially the fitness part.

6. digitalbrownshirt - March 17, 2016

I’ve got a friend at church that does installations for the government all over the world. Quite often they use a helicopter to get to the top of the towers.

I’m not even allowed to change lightbulbs in our ceiling lights since “the incident”.

7. Jimbro - March 17, 2016

Given enough time (hours, days?) I’d be able to climb it without looking down or taking selfies up top.

8. Retired Geezer - March 17, 2016

Hey DBS, can you see your house from the top of that tower?

9. Bunk Strutts - April 2, 2016

At that height it doesn’t matter if you have to pee. Just let it go and it atomizes before it hits anyone downstairs. Not sure about another bodily function that I’d perform unintentionally were I up there. I’d have to change more than a light bulb.

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11. digitalbrownshirt - April 3, 2016

RG: I should have asked him. He was here at the house yesterday. It’s funny talking to him because if I didn’t know what he did for a living I wouldn’t be able to guess. He seems like a farmer. They actually have a farm, but I think he’d be as broke as the other small farmers here if it wasn’t for the job.

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