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    What scares me in that video besides not wearing gloves is those keys he has just hanging there in the danger zone of that cable. Let's not forget about his chance of getting his butt lit up with electricity
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    I've seen some old RR advertisements that showed the guy running machines without gloves. I guess no gloves is better than the wrong kind of gloves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisConnor View Post
    I've seen some old RR advertisements that showed the guy running machines without gloves. I guess no gloves is better than the wrong kind of gloves.

    I don't use gloves with my Electric Eel Model C, but my hands never touch the cable while it is spinning. On drum machines I always use gloves. Not wearing gloves on a drum machine is a fast way to getting an infection imo.
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    Yeah, it's certainly best to wait until you're properly equipped before you start a job. That looks like a HD rental. They usually sell you the gloves when you rent the machine. He musta been on the cheap.

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    uh....no gloves....keys in a bad spot....no auto feed....not sitting on a bucket.....that's a mans man!!!
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    Stupid, and unsafe
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnclogNH View Post
    Stupid, and unsafe

    Does voluntary unsafeness come any other way?

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    I can see that man losing a pinky one day. machine is too far away from the clean out and he pulls out way too much cable at one time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisConnor View Post
    Does voluntary unsafeness come any other way?
    You have never worked around me then.....
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