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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Adios Pantalones, Feb 10, 2012.
From my home town
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Do you think he drank the beer before he did that?
Ha- well, it's the toughest damn sobriety test I ever saw and it looks like he passed. (unless he was asked to put the golfball in the middle of the stack)
I call fake-o..... :lol:
He better git to splitting those logs....
WOW. I've worked around some great operators on jobsites over the past 25+ yrs,including my ex-bro in law who was an poophead otherwise.But the guy in the video is the best I ever seen. Nerves of steel.That's the guy I want lowering the concrete forms near me as I stand on that scaffold plank.
Can he open them with that thing?
Pretty cool. It is amazing how good the modern hydraulic controls are. I spent some time in the cab of a 300 ton hydraulic crane with a friend of mine. He was able to place 30,000 lbs of steel within fractions of an inch on the roof of and 8 story building.
Oh, probably, but so can this guy:
(I have trouble doing these things with my own two hands. %-P )
Men today, soft hands and soft teeth :coolcheese: .
When they tore down the power plant at my college they brought in a long stick hoe with sheers on the end. The operator stipped wiring from inside conduit by grabbing the wire with the sheers. I was thoroughly impressed. Maybe this is the same operator????