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Thread: Queenslanders this is why you pay high Electric prices and blackouts last long

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    Queenslanders this is why you pay high Electric prices and blackouts last long

    I feel sorry for the Queensland members, they have high electric prices and black outs take a long time to get fixed.
    We investigated the cause and wanted to know why productivity was down.

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    It is part of our life style

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    Ordinary Photoshop effort...see the truck shadow stopping at /not going over the water line. Done well it would have created a real stir.

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    Dunno about a fake, I can see where the boom casts a shadow on the water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cockie55 View Post
    Ordinary Photoshop effort...see the truck shadow stopping at /not going over the water line. Done well it would have created a real stir.
    Don't know about that, the sand on the tyres and the lifting posts looks real enough, why would you see a shadow on mirror flat water at a low angle? It's there on the waves...
    Anyway, I love it.

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    what, you guys havent done this?

    theres some photos from townsville of the friday lunchtime fishing comp from a building site the winner was always the dogger who used to fish from the work basket hung from the tower crane into the middle of the river.

    I'll try to track some down.
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    I've seen the original photo, the shopping involes the removal of the real owner's signing from the boom and cab, and introduction of the Energex logo.
    If you don't like trucks, stop buying stuff.
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    Shouldn't they be harnessed & wearing hard hats & high vis? Wonder if they completed a work method statement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Ian View Post
    I've seen the original photo, the shopping involes the removal of the real owner's signing from the boom and cab, and introduction of the Energex logo.
    Definitely been some work on the boom, the Energex logo though is pretty good (even zoomed at 400%)


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