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Friday, June 04, 2021

Friday gifdump

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  1. #3 Good dog.

    #7 Mesh ballcap on a sunny day, huh?

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  2. #3 I would never embarrass one of my dogs like that. Poor dummy.

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  3. I wonder how those snowplows know where the road is? How do they not veer off onto the dirt?

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    1. GPS. It has gotten precise enough that they can also use it for grading and pavement grinding and resurfacing, etc.

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  4. #8 is a good start, but just use a story stick if you want real precision and repeatability.

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  5. #7: at least it looks like he wore his cap the correct way, with its bill in front, not pointing backwards like a dumbass.

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    1. I remember seeing a picture of a guy in the crowd at some sports event. He has his cap on backwards and is holding his hand up because he has the sun in his eyes.

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    2. I saw that picture.
      He also had a pair of sunglasses on the backwards brim, as well.

      Leigh
      Whitehall, NY

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  6. #10 - You must be this short to ride this ride.

    Violations will be enforced by The Laws of Physics.

    FrankP

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    1. Yep .. Sir Isaac Newton will not be denied.

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  7. #1.....What’s the purpose...?
    No way in hell I’d drive that road.
    Those snow plough guys must get big bucks in hazard pay.

    Ed357

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  8. #2 might be the Beartooth Pass in Montana. The snow is deep up there.

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  9. #1 Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain national Park I believe.

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    1. [rocketride]

      How do they even follow a road that is buried so deeply?

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    2. . . . possibly GPS/Garmin?

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  10. #4 is funny as shit! The guys I’ve worked with would have stood around and laughed themselves sick.
    JFM

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    1. It's a line of explosives going off. The first twinkling are the initiator charges going off in a line of det cord followed by the main charges going off to blow up the ground to loosen it for earth moving equipment.

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  12. #4 is funny. I have an old Makita which has been known to throw a cabinet door clean across the yard.

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  13. Starker here,
    #4 - FNG, on the job training.
    #6 - Did the idiot know the timing & not understand physics, or was someone watching the camera & triggered it?
    #8 - Good idea, why didn't i think of that?
    #9 - Looks to be an old causeway or dam.
    #10 - Somebody should have warned "Jay Leno" to lean back at the end. Gotta understand CG, physics is important.

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  14. #1. Way back in the day, me & mine on vacation in Oregon (before they went nuts). Went to Crater Lake, 1st week of July. The road went through snow that deep on the way to the rim. Pre GPS. Those guys earned their money.

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  15. #1 While I worked the WY oilfields that spring a buddy asked me to go with him up to Cody to get his furniture out of storage and move it down to Kemmemer Wy. We rented a 2.5 ton moving truck and cut up through Jackson to shortcut through Yellowstone park. We were first in line and followed a snowblower up and over the pass down to Cody. I'm sitting up in a 2.5 ton truck and the wall of snow to our sides was easily 6-8 feet higher. Deepest snow I've ever seen, scared the hell out of me.

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