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#136551 - 07/19/10 02:55 PM crash and burn
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I figured this belonged in "almost over the hill"!
Jim
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oY24fXDKFRA&feature=related
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#136561 - 07/19/10 10:23 PM Re: crash and burn [Re: Jimshaw]
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What did his insurance premiums do after that? grin
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#136583 - 07/20/10 11:27 AM Re: crash and burn [Re: Jimshaw]
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As someone once asked me: "What are an idiot's last words?"

"Hey, everybody - Watch this!!"

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#136590 - 07/20/10 02:50 PM Re: crash and burn [Re: Jimshaw]
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Gravity.

Not just a good idea.........it's the law.
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#136597 - 07/20/10 06:09 PM Re: crash and burn [Re: Glenn]
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I thought it was:

"Hold my beer and watch this!" lol lol
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#136598 - 07/20/10 07:07 PM Re: crash and burn [Re: ringtail]
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That's the undergrad version of the quote.

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#136599 - 07/20/10 07:17 PM Re: crash and burn [Re: Glenn]
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Somehow this one also belongs in the almost over the hill category, a different hill, but a hill none the less, with its own pipeline even:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2HZJ80mUFI&feature=related
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#136605 - 07/20/10 10:20 PM Re: crash and burn [Re: Jimshaw]
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"No good deed goes unpunished!"
Never knew a dozer could freewheel like that.
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#136606 - 07/20/10 10:25 PM Re: crash and burn [Re: Dryer]
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So, which one of the tracked vehicles darted out in front of the other one to cause the problem?

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#136608 - 07/20/10 11:14 PM Re: crash and burn [Re: Glenn]
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I'm just sure whether I'd rather be hiking along see a tyranosaur coming down a steep hill at me, or a run away 50,000 pound dozer. shocked crazy
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#136612 - 07/21/10 08:59 AM Re: crash and burn [Re: Jimshaw]
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Hey, Jim Shaw. Twice this week you have made my day a little happier. Thank you. goodjob thanks


Edited by food (07/21/10 09:00 AM)
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