Where bad choices make good stories
#1 I wonder how far he got.#2 Proud papa checking on the pups?#9 I would have to tie a red balloon to that!
#3 - Reminds me of a townie I picked up in college.
Was #4 nightcrawlers?
You can bring up any kind of worm doing that. Put a fair amount of pressure on the tip of the stick on the ground, then rub and drum with the other one, also using a lot of pressure. They'll pop up and crawl towards the stick.
I had a dozer driver in East Kentucky tell me that the vibrations of his machine did the same thing with rattlesnakes. I've never seen that, I've only heard (but just to be sociable I took his word).
When I was a kid, we had a place where, after a rain, at night, we would pick up nightcrawlers, and sell them for .50 cents a dozen to the local bait shop. We brought them in by the quart canning jar. We used the money from that to buy illegal snagging hooks for fall, when salmon ran up our river, my twin brother and I would fill our freezer with fish, plus sell them, to the people hanging out after 5 pm work shifts, at the local sawmill. They were hanging out at the local bar, and we would often bring the fish right into the bar so they could see how big they were. I think the most we ever would get would be around 4-5 $ each.We couldn't afford waders, so we wore blue jeans and tennis shoes. I remember fishing on opening day of deer season, here in Michigan, November 15th, and going in the river after hooking a very large King Salmon, a rare type that we seldom saw. It was freezing, but I still caught the fish, it was a female, spawned out, and very much near death, rotted away. I weighed it and it still weighed over 28 pounds, the biggest salmon I ever caught in my many years of fishing back then. I fish legally now, and it is a blast. Just seeing the fish in the rivers again after all these years is fantastic. And now that I am retired, any time spent doing fun things, makes me happy.
3) You can actually see the tension sensor in the hose reel working. It maintains a pre-set tension in the hose based on the drogue and lets line in and out as the receiver aircraft moves around.
I've got to try #5
I've had it done at a body shop 2 times, where the corner was indented much worse, and could not come easily. I think they baked the car in the paint oven to soften the bumper, or maybe removed the bumper to bake it. It was a couple hundred dollars instead of a couple thousand for a new bumper and paint. The result was not perfect, but pretty good for an 7 or 8 year old car that looked its age. Geek
You can do it with a heat gun or hot air dryer, it is how you do it with out cracking the paint!!! grayman
#5. What happens when your car is are of plastic.#6. A forklift driver with some real skills.
Looks like he's done that a few times before!
That is a standard driving skill for farmers. It's pretty much the only way to screw a combine header (or tractor with 3-point implement) through a smaller gate.
saw hundreds of loads of 20' pipe brought into our plant the same way. Those with skill never hit the walls. Those without caused 20' tall bollards to be put in so as not to jack up the door lift rails.
#4 neat trick, never saw that before#5 use a hand held hair dryer instead#10 sorry, I'm going to call BS on that one
Manhole covers are heavy!
Yeah, but the pressure inside was one psi greater than the outside pressure. The manhole cover had in the order of 300 square inches. 300 sq. inches X 1 psi = 300 lbs. which is enough to lift the manhole cover.
#9 Heard a story about never parking over manhole covers at Hooker Chemical plant in upstate New York decades ago, because when the sewers blew (as the periodically did), it would shoot those things a 100 feet in the air.
#4 "Muad'Dib! We have worm sign!"
Them is some big ass worms they were callin up. Worm sign!
#4, I am going to make me some of them sticks today!! Kenny you are amazing, you never stop with the most awesome stuff. You have the bestest blog on the internet. Saber 7
#6. He's done that a time or twoJD
#5 - You mean BMW's have plastic parts...........???
They also have a fucking spring in the oil filter assembly that if it pops out, you'll wind up with a $750 oil change. Ask me how I know?
#7- It would have been easier and quicker for the blade operator to get out and load the company Corgi up by hand but it wouldn't have been near as much fun.
My hat is off to the guy in #6.I was watching, and waiting to see the coming cat ass trophy.........and he kinda blew my mind LOLThat was some slick operating.Tim in AK
It’s the Mexican geometry
#1 Russia, right?
#3 - in the Navy we called that HIFR - Helicopter In-Flight Refueling
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