Proscenium

This Doesn’t Look Right

Don’t Pull the Blue One

There is still much work to be done in regards to the damage that Hurricane Sandy left in our area.  Not quite as much as other areas of the eastern seaboard, but it’s still a bit.  Which is amazing when you think about the amount of work that has already gone in to getting people back on line with electric and phones and cables and such.  It’s really amazing.  This was a telephone or cable junction box that connects dozens of fibre optic lines across the area.  Just looking at the box and all the shredded lines looked like an insurmountable task.  One that I am sure can be fixed in no time at all by a skilled technician. November 1, 2012

 

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