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# 2 Cool, but anyone that may ever have to do that would wearing a lot of gear#5 I have good kitchen knife skills, but hell no !
I agree, it's much MUCH harder wearing full gear. I don't think you could do it that way in bunker gear, your SCBA tank would get in the way.
#2 could come in handy.
6 I see no paddle gonna be some cold hands to get to shore
I was thinking the same thing
Vertical launch cruise misses. Giving gift to Arabs for decades.
#1 MEXI-CANNED TOMATOES❗️
Pedro gonna be really tired by the end of the day.
NOPE! Not a tomato plant in sight, so red potatoes.Plus handled that roughly many tomatoes would already be tomato sauce.
#2 = Genius. Who was the first one to figure that out?
It is an old school fire/rescue trick. I tried to find a video, but couldn't. The one video from fire fighting academy was circa 1900. They would carry the victim like that, or at times wrap them in a blanket and threw them over their shoulder like a sack of potatoes.
Parkas and not a floatation device to be seen. Hope the water is walk out shallow!
#3... So that's where the term Schweinehund comes from.
71955 LeMans crash, which see.
#10, I don't think I want to be under that
#1 Waste not. Hard work getting that food to the table.
#1. Hard, dirty work.
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