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By Tony Nesvacil
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Setting aside the obvious explanation that the power cord is attached to something on the other side or below the wall, maybe the wall itself is electrically operated, and it needs to plug into itself to run. Woah. I just got goosebumps.

~Not-"Not-So-Handy-Andy" Jack

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Need power run through the wall to a new TV hanging in a break room? Just fish an extension cord... what could go wrong?

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Just in case of rain, this electrical socket in a tree has its own roof.

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By Unknown
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And sometimes, where there's a will, there's also about 50 different safety hazards.

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