TIL a bridge in Ireland that was designed to swing open for ships couldn’t be opened for four years because someone lost the remote control

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    TIL a bridge in Ireland that was designed to swing open for ships couldn’t be opened for four years because someone lost the remote control

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    #95314

    lilbrat91

    Yep. Sounds like us.

    #95351

    random_user_again

    Thought for sure this had to be a joke but nope.

    #95306

    TheSciFiGuy80

    You would think something that important would be in a secure place that wouldn’t be easy to lose even in a move…

    #95319

    Bumbleclat

    That’s why I’ve been watching the same channel for weeks now

    #95309

    Ahmazin1

    Based on my experience, it was in the couch cushions.

    #95321

    widdrjb

    Given that the Dublin Port Tunnel was built 18 inches too low, this doesn’t surprise me.

    #95313

    bruxelllloise

    The remote? Oh, we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it…

    #95324

    fun-reaper88

    They could have took it back to curry’s for a replacement remote

    #95350

    We-are-straw-dogs

    Sounds like a story from Craggy Island

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