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(Daily Mail)   How many drones does it take to change a lightbulb?   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line
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2021-10-26 4:22:31 PM  
FTA:  ...although the video did not show how they managed to detach the bulb from the bulb...

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2021-10-26 5:01:19 PM  

bekaye: FTA:  ...although the video did not show how they managed to detach the bulb from the bulb...

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"Hire back all those editors, you skinflint publications."
 
2021-10-26 5:12:12 PM  
This could be a game changer. In a public building when the light bulb is high enough. Many places have the nanny law that says you can't use just a ladder. You need to erect a full scaffold. Create a specific drone for this kind of job.
 
2021-10-26 5:15:10 PM  
Wait till the light bulb changing union see this
 
2021-10-26 5:20:37 PM  
Not sure about drones but it only takes two mosquitos to screw in a light bulb. But damned if I know how they got in there.
 
2021-10-26 5:54:01 PM  

FarkingChas: This could be a game changer. In a public building when the light bulb is high enough. Many places have the nanny law that says you can't use just a ladder. You need to erect a full scaffold. Create a specific drone for this kind of job.


Elementary school was 2 story and had full windows to the top at the front entrance above the main door.
Teacher used to have the custodian setup a 15 foot wooden folding ladder on the stair landing and choose a student (me, I was tall for my age) to climb and put Christmas decorations all over said windows while she dutifully held the ladder.
Shiver.
60's
Got nuthin'
 
2021-10-26 5:59:18 PM  

FarkingChas: This could be a game changer. In a public building when the light bulb is high enough. Many places have the nanny law that says you can't use just a ladder. You need to erect a full scaffold. Create a specific drone for this kind of job.


Wanted: Someone to design a drone to jack off a scaffold.
 
2021-10-26 6:08:09 PM  

FarkingChas: This could be a game changer. In a public building when the light bulb is high enough. Many places have the nanny law that says you can't use just a ladder. You need to erect a full scaffold. Create a specific drone for this kind of job.


Tha dronez are taking our jerbs!

Good point. I think those blubs are heavier, might need a stronger drone.
 
2021-10-27 1:32:08 PM  

FarkingChas: This could be a game changer. In a public building when the light bulb is high enough. Many places have the nanny law that says you can't use just a ladder. You need to erect a full scaffold. Create a specific drone for this kind of job.


Nah. Tree trimming. I know they do this with manned helicopters for high tension wires; I meant residential. But impossible due to liability, I suppose.
 
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