Where bad choices make good stories
#4 sure puts a smile on my face!
I'm sure that was a chilling experience.
#4 Will make your nipples hard.....
What're they doing in #5?
That's a Chinese package sorting facility according to the full video I saw of it a few days ago.
#10Must be incredibly hot in there. Looks like a shitty way to die if they screw up, or are inattentive even for a couple seconds. Ragnar
After grandma told her seafaring husband, you have children now, you need to get a job on the beach, he went to work in a steel mill. The mill was a large building with three walls. The entire 4th wall was left off. Even in northern state winters it was quite toasty inside.
#1 I'm definitely up for a bike ride.
Looks like Viola Brand to me. She's got a lot of full length vids -- https://www.youtube.com/c/Violalovescycling
#1 and #4, A cute girl with skills is more fetching than a regular cute girl.
That is exactly what I was thinking when I saw those two. Plus, a cute girl smiling has a hotter girl beat hands down. I would rather see a happy average girl than an angry beauty. It is the difference between my first marriage of 11 years and my second of almost 30 years and counting.
#2 A single cell is more complex than that, yet they tell us it wasn't designed. It just happened to come together that way.
#9, tho I appreciate the sentiment, I can't help but think I'm going to need a knife and fork for that burger.
I'm pretty sure the bun belongs on top of the cheese.
#5 - Asiatics... There are machines that do that now and have been for forty years. #10 - a college roommate worked summers in a steel mill. The operator in the control booth of the rolling mill was responsible for a white-hot ribbon of steel moving at 80 - 100 feet per second. If the operator screwed up and the sheet got loose, the machine had to stop, cool down and the rollers cut up and re-made. The operator had to have at least 20 years of seniority to even bid for the job.
Hi Russ, are you sure about that speed? 88 feet per second is 60 miles per hour!Re #5, labour is cheap in Asia. Machines only replace labour when it is cost effective to do so.Al_in_Ottawa
#9 - Be still my heart... then explode
Oh man, that looks disgusting.
#3 looks vaguely Chinese, maybe playing at insurance fraud claim? Kids pick up on the weirdest things.
I worked in a foundry in my early 20's. Saw 5 tons of molten steels spill and kill a guy. Even then, those steel rolling mills scare me.
Industrial accidents can be brutal. Years ago, working for a paper company, I heard of a recent one during a plant visit in Abilene. Poor lady got her hair caught in the feed rollers of a press. Plant manager told me you could hear her scream in Dallas. Took her scalp completely off.
Anbody know where you can get the clock in #2
It is built from Lego Technic parts. But where to find the build plans, no idea.
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