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John Mason-Hill : Can you do a quick video on your tool belt and what you carry? Thanks for the vids. Love them!

Johnny Foodstamp : I think my favorite part of your videos is reading all the comments from the Safety Police. Cracks me up every time.

pendulousphallus : I don't know if it's the fish eye lens or whatever the fact that I'm softer than frig but I got vertigo watching this fullscreen.

J A : mad respect for that balance

derherberter : These measures are just weird if you're from the other side of the pond. :0

la : How long have you been in the business? And, I swear for the longest time I read that username as "ThecrazyFARmer". Had me confused...

Guust : Nice video if you're not afraid of heights and/or fast moving video..... 😉👍😁

EngineerPrepper : I'm not afraid of heights...but watching this made me nervous...great vid

William Weston : Hi TheCrazyframer, I hope everything is going great with the house.. I had a friend that fell from a roof he was building just like you.. He worked with building houses for over 20 years. And had never been in a accident. Until last year when he fell from a roof without any safety gear.. I asked him what he would change in his way of working if he was able to do it again.. He told me "I would probably just use safety gear.." He is now Paralyzed, so be safe out there.

Chris Pearson : anyone else feel sick but at the same time amazed?

sgorno : This guys puts a lot of trust into 2x4's at that height. This makes me nauseated.

Outlye : How would a young dude get into the field you're in?

lot maakchos : You'd be so much faster on Meth.

lpenap : I always have a beer in the fridge waiting to see your next video. Awesome mate! I'm gonna get that beer now

Nalu Rash : Best channel on YouTube. Please keep it up man. On another note, have you ever fallen off a roof?

TsungHsun Hsieh : You need safe belt, too dangerous!

B Pease : thank you for taking the time to film what you do. That's difficult work that not many people get to see to appreciate.

gary savage : So so dangerous hope you got good insurance

Rick Jasper : I've done framing, but this guy's acrobatic skills are impressive and terrifying

Numan-Aus : I got vertigo watching this. In the US do you have an Owner Builder permit to do this build? I’m concerned about your safety.

TheNakedrat : do you not have any health and safety iam a bricky in the uk and we do all work of scaffolding so if you fell you would not fall far allso its sounds real windy

Ala Real .Estate : Whoelse besides me while watching this.. fell to the ground? 😂

Tahir Chaudhry : Wow man, just impressed by your skill, talent and craftsmanship. You provide such great value on this channel. Love your channel bro. I am a contractor in NYC. I watch all your video! Bless up.

JoetheGoldenHoe : Very educational. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!

castaing frederic : Working alone and no harness on a 8/12. Safety first bro ,especially when you are sheeting a roof. I'm sure you know better.

Andrew Browner : someone get this man a cordless circ saw,he could do the whole job hanging off a 20ft drop thjat way!! never have to have sure footing again hahah

garth's channel : We commonly use Estwing hammers in Australia. What brand is yours?

DanksFoSHo : Beer thirty!

Peter Kiernan : Really enjoying your videos,learn something new every one. No job to big or small to put on u tube, really appreciate your content.

a2zme : Only part that scared me a little was when you were carrying the Gable across that 2x4 - you got some seriously good balance .. wow.

CRIS TINA : tu me donnes le vertige

Andy Cruz : You crazy framer!

TheJimbob1603 : Informative and fun to watch! Thank you!

carlo cuppone : Bravo, great channel thank you

John Smith : say hi to reddit.

Jacob Barnett : Great video

Ramsas : safety is number one priority :D

Enrico Valiant : You have testicles of steel and the agility of a Ninja. Awesome video.

Ok Ok : For future reference, you can use the nail rack of your nail gun to plane the sub fascia rather than having to reach for your speed square. This will make it easier since you’re hanging it alone.

Adam Moore : He gets the job done fast before safety has a chance to come and give him a fine for not tying off.

CydeWeys : No hurricane ties? Looks like the whole roof is held on and held together with just nails. Do you not get high winds there? What's the building code?

Pim Scotney : This is quickly becoming my favorite channel on youtube

Ullaofimbaness : This is the dumbes OSHA ive ever seen.

mojave stalker : How are you not scared of falling from such heights , are you like those adrenaline junkies that climb towers and stuff lol

mojave stalker : I have a question about using nails for joints , don't you need brackets , can you build everything just with nails?

RangerCaptain11A : things i learned framing roofs: before you stand your gable truss, 'set' all the toe nails in the bottom chord of the g.t. so when you stand it your nails are waiting for you. nail on the ridge block onto the truss you are carrying, so when you get there, you can nail it. do all the ridge blocks before you start standing trusses. save the side walls nailing for last, so you take many less steps and save time.

DynamitePants : Think of how many hits you’d get if you fell...!

WeekendHandymen : Why do you nail at an angle when stacking pieces together? Are the nails too long to go in straight or does it help keep the pieces from separating?

FW : I love your videos

mmanut : Very Impressive. I enjoy watching someone who knows his trade. Great Job‼️ 👍🔨🔨. Vinny🇺🇸