How to wire a stripper’s pole

  • September 8, 2021

A stripper who used a wire fence to hang her pole above a picture hanging wire on the ceiling of a downtown hotel was shocked to discover that the wire didn’t come from the ceiling.

According to the Houston Chronicle, the woman, whose name was not disclosed, used a 3/4-inch-wide wire and a 3-foot-long metal fence to install a pole at the Sheraton Houston, which is owned by the Sherrard family.

The wire was wrapped around the pole and attached to a piece of metal wire by a pair of scissors.

The fence is designed to prevent the wire from entering the hotel lobby and getting tangled in the ceiling panels, said Sherrards spokeswoman Heather Shaffer.

The woman’s husband said he saw the wire hanging from the pole, and that she was in shock.

He said she didn’t realize the wire was hanging on the wall.

“It’s kind of scary to think of that wire hanging out there in the lobby,” he said.

How Apple wire stripper works

  • July 1, 2021

Wire strippers have been around for years, but the latest iteration is far more advanced than any previous iteration.

The new device, the Apple Wirestripper, has the ability to transmit data from your iPhone or iPad, wirelessly and over Bluetooth, and then send the data back to the internet to be viewed by the internet service provider, such as Comcast or AT&T.

The device also features an embedded microcontroller that makes it possible to control the strip in real-time.

Wirestrippers have a history in the music industry, but they’ve only recently been available to customers, with Apple only recently releasing a prototype to demonstrate its technology.

However, the latest device has taken things to the next level, offering users an incredibly powerful device with the ability not only to send and receive data, but also to play music and control the sound, with the user able to control exactly what’s playing.

In order to receive data from the device, you need to download an app, such a Spotify for example, and plug it into the device.

The app then sends data back, and the device will then display a stream of data from that stream.

This is a completely different way of listening to music.

Apple Wirestrippers, however, aren’t just for the music app, as the device also allows you to control any number of devices using the iOS or Mac App Store.

You can even use the device to remotely control your home theater, as it works through a Bluetooth connection, so you don’t have to worry about losing your internet connection while watching TV.

Apple’s wireless strip is able to receive both Wi-Fi and cellular signals, meaning that it can also receive Bluetooth signals, which means that it is able not only transmit data but also play music, even if you’re not connected to the web.

The strip can also be used to control other devices, like a speaker, or even to charge a device.

The device also has a wireless charging port, which allows you not only charge the device itself, but it can charge other devices too, as well.

Wire Strippers can also transmit data over Bluetooth 4.0.

You only need to install the application, and connect the device with an Ethernet cable.

The Apple Wire Stripper will then transmit the data wirelessly.

You’ll then be able to watch your data stream through the device as it plays.

The Apple Wire Strip is currently available for $129.99 on the App Store, but if you want to have a go at building one yourself, Apple has released the source code, along with a video showing the device in action.