Where bad choices make good stories
#9 Stay in the kitchen.
#8 "and we got liftoff!"
I'm sure his company is licensed, bonded, insured and clueless.
#8 makes me laugh a lot. I've done it! Twas a slight miscalculation.
#8 He didn't let go. I'll give him that.
The TOP of the avalanche is certainly the better place to be if you have to be involved at all. Lucky guy.
#9 Killz - couldn't see it coming
The guy stuck in the mud didn't need that axle anyway.
Guy stuck in the Mud with a Street-stock Vehicle without Tow Hooks got what he deserved.
#3) Jeep XJ is a rugged little buggy, but being unibody construction, there are a few places where you simply don't hook a tow strap.
#1 - I worked in a hardware store long ago and we used the top shelf for extra stock. We got so sick of people wrecking shelves and merchandise (not to mention themselves) trying to climb up to reach stuff that we got rid of the top shelf completely. Zero high shelves anywhere in the store. You can have "please ask for assistance..." signs at 8" intervals and nobody will ever ask, people just can't help themselves. We would hear the crash and just know exactly what happened.
Know what? We've ALL done doopid yit before....but what's missing in most of these is common sense. (Hafta admit #8 the tree guy, looked like fun.)
#2, Tyrone is okay, their heads are as hard as coconuts.@Luis-KneegrowsAreFunny
Yes they are, if I didn't laugh I'd have to cry.
He was being reminded that he'd look less gay playing roundball.
That's a lot of magazines in #4....
Tools, assistance and delegation - concepts that escape many.
#6, what happens if he returns the dump to the truck? Will the bed return to the truck or will the truck join the bed?
Nothing.The hydraulics rely on gravity to lower the bed.Hydraulics raise the bed and then a valve lets the fluid drain back into the reservoir while the bed comes down
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