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Old June 3rd, 2015, 08:01 AM
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can't figure out if this guy is extremely talented or incredibly stupid

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Old June 3rd, 2015, 09:04 AM
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Unloading options include backing up fast and a good brake job.
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Old June 3rd, 2015, 09:24 AM
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Practice Practice Practice. Im sure there is a certain pucker factor involved. You just have to love and respect hydraulics and good brakes on the truck.
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Is that the same pucker factor that you get when you hear the syrup pan sizzling when you walk in from multitasking? Now remembering that you forgot to refill the extinguisher. lol
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That is a different type of factor. I think I have had a few different ones. Like when the tractor is about to tip and your wondering what lever caused it so you play Russian Roulette with the control handles. Then there is the kind you get when your 50 ft from shore on a jet ski at full throttle and you realize you have to make a choice right, left, let off the throttle, bail off or giver till your 12 ft on shore close to the lawn chair and beer cooler. THATS when your not so favorite brother that hounded you to get on the jet ski in the first place watches you carve a 8" groove up the beach full of Zebra mussel shells He had a different PUCKER FACTOR.
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