What do you know about wire-framing?

  • August 22, 2021

A couple of weeks ago, a man from California called 911 to report that his wire frame home was being vandalized, and police responded by removing his wires and wrapping them in a sheet.

The wireframe home was a little less than two miles from the house he was trying to repair.

That’s when the wire frames came to light.

“I can’t even describe it,” the man told the police.

“It was so bad that I didn’t want to leave my house.”

The wire frames have a history.

They have been the subject of numerous investigations over the years, and there have been some serious lawsuits brought by homeowners who have been harmed.

There are also stories of homes being damaged by electrical shock or fire due to a faulty wire.

And some homes have been broken into because of wiring problems.

The homeowners have not been able to afford a new home and so have been evicted.

In 2009, the city of Santa Monica was fined $1.5 million for a house that had wiring problems and the city council voted to suspend the license for all of the city’s residents.

The city has been forced to spend $100,000 to replace wiring.

It’s still unclear how much damage these wire frames did to the homeowner’s home, but some homeowners are still worried about what could happen to their property when they lose the wiring.

“The wires are very fragile,” the homeowner told NBC News.

“They are fragile because there are not enough people who know how to use them properly.”