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Problem at the Factory

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  • 28 Mar, 2011  |
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№1 Author: joffenbaker (29 Mar 2011 04:28) Total user comments: 4965


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Yes, I'd say there was problem at the Lucas Light Saber factory. The phaser extruder has malfunctioned.
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№2 Author: Eru (29 Mar 2011 04:54) Total user comments: 146


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oh no there's a problem, someone quick whip out a phone!
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№3 Author: paullex (29 Mar 2011 06:02) Total user comments: 592


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damn, how do you clean that? either its too hot to touch, or it will turn into solid when it cools..
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№4 Author: astroboy3000 (29 Mar 2011 09:16) Total user comments: 2543


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did they just pull that out of another dimension ?
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№5 Author: 2fuzzy (29 Mar 2011 15:40) Total user comments: 10400


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looks like they knew it was coming
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№6 Author: krankoloji (29 Mar 2011 19:14) Total user comments: 591


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looks like sabotage to me. how else can you explain that happening exactly when the camera is rolling?
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№7 Author: SassyCat (30 Mar 2011 00:06) Total user comments: 191


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krankoloji,
Yeah, look at their reaction too "wohoo!"... they were probably gonna get fired or somethin.

As for the fix, its probably easiest to just let the machine go reverse.
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№8 Author: GhostChronos (30 Mar 2011 01:48) Total user comments: 2100


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haha I thought it was a light saber at the begining 07
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№9 Author: raymond.wendt (31 Mar 2011 03:48) Total user comments: 9115


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GhostChronos,
I did too. Thought there were a couple guys screwing around over there!
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№10 Author: Cacabit (31 Mar 2011 17:49) Total user comments: 819


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hot spagetti for the nine !
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№11 Author: threeyees (4 Apr 2011 20:59) Total user comments: 187


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Hey paullex, I used to work in a Steel Mill and this is the exact reason I refused to work in the rolling mill. This one wasn't a bad cobble. To roll out rebar or wire they take a red hot billet (or ingot if you are not from the US) and it is squeezed through rollers over and over again and each time its rolled it gets a little smaller and thus a little faster to the point that a strand of wire can be traveling at 70+ miles per hour. When that cobbles just think of red hot spaghetti flying all over the place even flying into the air and hitting the ceiling and if you're around when that happens you better run and hope you are fast enough. And as far as cleaning it up, you have to let it cool and then a bunch of low level employees like I was would be put to cutting it up with hand torches quickly so they can start the line with another billet.
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