typical coax demarc. Even with the door shut no one ever seals the holes in the top with sealant, causing the same thing. Heck, look at the crappy coax runs in the backround of the first picture. Pathetic.....And i'll start with my favourite:
Yeah, this is working equipment. Door was just not closed properly.
Nah. I can't claim that either picture is original. They are pics I've seen over the year that I copied and saved - just because - so I have no idea where they were taken (though i seem to recall that the "access point" is from a WISP in northern Europe). I actually have dozens more...Are you in Michigan??? Because I swear that is Chain ol lake internet equipment.
That is hilarious.my fav part of this pic is the overpressure/temp valve that's right above the hole in the floor, hahahahahaha.
LOL that's hilarious. That reminds me of the time my dad got hockey sweaters made for an old timer league he was helping to run. So he did the design on a piece of white paper for the logo that goes on the chest. The company made the logo with the white outline of the paper LOL. So instead of the patch being whatever shape was drawn with the rest of the sweater as the background, it was a white rectangle with the logo in it. My dad just /facepalmed. Was too late, so had to go with it. What was he suppose to do, cut it out and then hand it to them? lolI work mainly with architects & engineers. I've seen some pretty good pictures of contractors literally following the shop drawings. Like cutting holes in concrete floors, complete with the cloud shape that a comment was in, and the stairs that lead to a head injury.
Haha wow, that house's basement is practically at the same level as ground. Can almost guarantee it will never have water issues. They'll have lot of car trouble though, specificity the bumper regions.This one always makes me laugh, someone must not have followed the grading plan quite right. I had an email showing 4 or 5 different angles of this one, showing it wasn't just a perspective glitch, but couldn't find it. From GIS
This was due to the reason that the driveway could only originate from the sidewalk easement.... and the homes were built before the sidewalk. Apparently there was no design plans for a sidewalk easement but was added in as the homes were being built.Seriously, would they not have realized... oh I don't know, when they are doing the basement and foundation that geez, this is kinda stupidly high. Oh well, lets get her built and get the driveway in. They'll never know the difference. Like WTF??