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Posted By Butcher,
Dec 27, 2012 at 12:35 AM
Sthil has a redo on thier operating instructions.
On page 14 this is not how to start your new saw.
I bet the dawgs jammed in his man bits feels real good!
That will take care of your junk in a hurry!
Of course, he may actually have the chain brake set... or maybe not... Murphy's Law always applies!
Why do guys cringe but then laugh hysterically when another guy gets hurt? I do it all the time.
Had a friend perform the most spectacular endo on his KTM. Destroyed his shoulder and bent everything up on the front end.
I was laughing so hard when I found him rolling around on the ground that I almost dropped my bike.
What's that about?!?
That's an awful lot of effort to get a 017/018/MS170/MS180 started.
"stupid is as stupid does......" - Forrest Gump
Doesn't he realize that you use a stump grinder for that, not a chainsaw....sheeesh
I love to watch pros at work.
One stop vasectomy and hemorrhoid removal!
Well, after thinking about this guy's method for starting saws for the past few days, I think there might just be a benefit to his technique of pre-warming the bar that way! Or as they say in the EU, the blade. A nicely warmed B&C would likely be less of a shock slicing through the most tender of tissue, compared to cold steel
Also there is obviously a need for a new product in the wood processing industry: kevlar jock chaps! I can see it now, using the OP photo to get funding for my jock chaps company on the TV show, Shark Tank.
I can see it now.
As seen on T.V.
Kevlar undies by Ron Popeal. Just in time for Christmas. Start it and forget it.
Hey , as long as the chain brake is set..................
The stupid shall be punished. Hopefully this idiot removed himself from the gene pool.
I am guessing this led to a divorce and new line of work in a wheelchair.