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    Nice threefer of satisfaction Finche!

    Here's a twofer.



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    Awesome, I used to be able to do that slide move on a standup jet ski. Coming in hot at about 50MPH then sliding a good 100’ then powering out. The water had to be glass though for it to be flawless. Many other guys tried it after seeing me and ended up highsiding and going for quite a crash. My ski had more of a flat bottom than most. It was a two year offering only from Yamaha. The perfect freestyle trick ski. A 700cc motor in a tiny little hull made it go 55 MPH with just a couple of mods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I don’t want to brag but I operated a Bobcat for four years and I’m pretty sure I could pull that off.
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    ^ me too, and with one hand tied behind my back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    ^ me too, and with one hand tied behind my back.
    Now that would be impossible.

    Seriously, because the steering operations of a Bobcat is all by levers operated with your hands. The bucket is operated with your feet.
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    Well, I'm impressed.

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    Remember, there's always quilting and knitting if pedalling becomes too tough.

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    Done that before. The hard one is to do it when the trailer is not attached to a truck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Seriously, because the steering operations of a Bobcat is all by levers operated with your hands. The bucket is operated with your feet.
    bobcats made within the last 10 years have numerous control options, in one of them, the left stick controls the vehicle and the other controls the arm and bucket, the other option is forward and backward on each stick controls the track on that side of the bobcat and left and right with each stick control the arm and bucket, foot controls are a thing of the past now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    bobcats made within the last 10 years have numerous control options, in one of them, the left stick controls the vehicle and the other controls the arm and bucket, the other option is forward and backward on each stick controls the track on that side of the bobcat and left and right with each stick control the arm and bucket, foot controls are a thing of the past now.
    Ahh..so they are now similar to a Reach Truck forklift.
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    Man, she looks so fake.

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    I don't see the Pig out there trying to be real.

    back on topic

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    I'd still rather be in the truck the camera is on.

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    Courtesy Rotate™ explicitly NOT requested.

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    A plateau is the highest form of flattery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    How come I can’t stop watching this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    How come I can’t stop watching this?
    Maybe you are a lesbian?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Maybe you are a lesbian?
    Stuck in a mans body.
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    Don’t piss her off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Don’t piss her off.
    Why, she might flip her lid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Why, she might flip her lid?
    And then kick your ass.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    I like that!

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    In these times of spiraling debt and expensive everything, this is obviously the future... you can run a small business, raise a family, and stay fit all at the same time!

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    All your stereotypes right there. Mum the homemaker, dad in control, junior being put out to work while the only thing required of little sis is that she hangs on and looks pretty.

    I also find it quite amusing that dad hooked up two sets of cranks. I cannot imagine any circumstance where I would want that vehicle to attain the speed such a set-up might provide!

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    Mums workstation will pivot to provide stability as the bike corners at top speed. What I can't get past is just how much they must be feeding Beaver, he's a big unit

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    Quote Originally Posted by emu26 View Post
    Mums workstation will pivot to provide stability as the bike corners at top speed. What I can't get past is just how much they must be feeding Beaver, he's a big unit
    Lol

    He holds it all together.
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    Looks flexy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    In these times of spiraling debt and expensive everything, this is obviously the future... you can run a small business, raise a family, and stay fit all at the same time!

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    This is excellent Mr. Erc!


    It would be better if the sewing machine ran off a clutch from the crank so mom wouldn't have to run the trundle (?) to get her sewing done.


    How sick would it be to bag a KOM (descending) on this beast! Where is this beast now?!?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    It would be better if the sewing machine ran off a clutch from the crank so mom wouldn't have to run the trundle (?) to get her sewing done.
    Talk about pedal bobbin'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pig View Post
    All your stereotypes right there. Mum the homemaker, dad in control, junior being put out to work while the only thing required of little sis is that she hangs on and looks pretty.

    I also find it quite amusing that dad hooked up two sets of cranks. I cannot imagine any circumstance where I would want that vehicle to attain the speed such a set-up might provide!
    Speed? With that gearing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Talk about pedal bobbin'
    They're probably all going to need stitches when that thing goes down.
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    Satisfying and flexy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MOJO K View Post
    They're probably all going to need stitches when that thing goes down.
    I was hemming and hawing about using that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    I was hemming and hawing about using that one.
    It does seam that you have bias toward these darned sewing puns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOJO K View Post
    They're probably all going to need stitches when that thing goes down.
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    I was hemming and hawing about using that one.
    Quote Originally Posted by MOJO K View Post
    It does seam that you have bias toward these darned sewing puns.
    I heard a bunch of sewing jokes today. They were strung seamlessly together.
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    I sew do knot know what you are knitting about
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    Sew, the only reel drawback I see with that thing is the lack of ground clearance. Only a Harley would ground out quicker than that... might be tricky off road...
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    It's that time of year!
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    It's that time of year!
    And to think I started to play that game. It took but a few seconds before I felt pretty stupid.
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    It took me awhile, but confirmed what I knew. so... WIN!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Sew, the only reel drawback I see with that thing is the lack of ground clearance. Only a Harley would ground out quicker than that... might be tricky off road...
    Sew now I'm feeling presser to continue this thread.
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    GOOOOOOO—LOLOLOLOLOLOL

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    Lol! Great save!
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    Reminds me I saw a good soccer gif today, might be unsatisfying tho, and I can't post it here: https://www.reddit.com/r/gifs/commen...ent_parenting/
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    Last edited by the one ring; 1 Week Ago at 07:18 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    GOOOOOOO—LOLOLOLOLOLOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornfield View Post
    reminds me i saw a good soccer gif today, might be unsatisfying tho, and i can't post it here: https://www.reddit.com/r/gifs/commen...ent_parenting/
    lmao
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    saaaaaaaaaaaavvvvve
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    Just checked again...still diggin' ^
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Just checked again...still diggin' ^
    It doesn’t seem like he’s getting anywhere.
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    13hrs to be exact.
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    That's how I've felt at work all week. Got an extension until Monday.
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    That ^ is insanity. Once it happened I looked away and sure enough they were upside down again
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    gowd how does that happen
    oops I wasn't clipped in

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    That's kind of what I deal with a lot in my work, making flat (screen or printed) images look like they are dimensional so people understand the 3D space. It's all about the lighting. If the light is coming from the left side in that image, the plates are upside down. If the light is coming from the right side, they are right side up.

    Look at the image rotated 90 degrees, clockwise and counterclockwise. Since we normally see things lit from above, it should be more difficult to get these to "flip" in your brain. Being lit from the side in the original image confuses your brain as it can't decide which way to interpret it.

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    Does everyone already know this? I never know what is common knowledge on this stuff and what is learned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    That's kind of what I deal with a lot in my work, making flat (screen or printed) images look like they are dimensional so people understand the 3D space. It's all about the lighting. If the light is coming from the left side in that image, the plates are upside down. If the light is coming from the right side, they are right side up.

    Look at the image rotated 90 degrees, clockwise and counterclockwise. Since we normally see things lit from above, it should be more difficult to get these to "flip" in your brain. Being lit from the side in the original image confuses your brain as it can't decide which way to interpret it.

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    Does everyone already know this? I never know what is common knowledge on this stuff and what is learned.
    No, but thanks for posting the explanation.


    Good I thought it was just me lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    That ^ is insanity. Once it happened I looked away and sure enough they were upside down again
    The opposite happened to me. When I first looked at the image they were right-side up, then I read the top line and glanced down to see them upside-down.

    I had to scroll away and back to get them to flip.
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    Whether they're right-side up or upside-down all I see is a bunch of wasteful crap that will just end up in the world's oceans and/or landfills!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Whether they're right-side up or upside-down all I see is a bunch of wasteful crap that will just end up in the world's oceans and/or landfills!
    Party pooper.
    That’s my job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    That's kind of what I deal with a lot in my work, making flat (screen or printed) images look like they are dimensional so people understand the 3D space. It's all about the lighting. If the light is coming from the left side in that image, the plates are upside down. If the light is coming from the right side, they are right side up.

    Look at the image rotated 90 degrees, clockwise and counterclockwise. Since we normally see things lit from above, it should be more difficult to get these to "flip" in your brain. Being lit from the side in the original image confuses your brain as it can't decide which way to interpret it.

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    Does everyone already know this? I never know what is common knowledge on this stuff and what is learned.
    I knew it but blocked it just for the mind blowing experience. Thanks for the explanation though. You are trained to know and see it from your work. We that know it somehow, not common knowledge sometimes decide to block it.
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    Yeah, it's a pretty glamorous job. I just modeled an $85 toilet brush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Party pooper.
    That’s my job.
    Well, you must be feeling better.
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    Now I'm watching a hot chick take a shower, also for work! Gotta model the faucet system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Now I'm watching a hot chick take a shower, also for work! Gotta model the faucet system.
    Pix or....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Yeah, it's a pretty glamorous job. I just modeled an $85 toilet brush.
    I had no idea that such inexpensive toilet brushes were available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    I had no idea that such inexpensive toilet brushes were available.
    We found another one that's $500. As a coworker pointed out, if you can afford that, you ain't the one cleaning the toilets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    We found another one that's $500. As a coworker pointed out, if you can afford that, you ain't the one cleaning the toilets.
    Wow - you're so wealthy that you are buying nice things for the people that work for you? And by things I mean toilet bowl cleaners???

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    Remember, there's always quilting and knitting if pedalling becomes too tough.

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    A plateau is the highest form of flattery.

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    ^^Upright pylon satisfaction!


    Want!

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    1965’ish 911?
    Sweet!
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    1965’ish 911?
    Sweet!
    356 not sure on the year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post

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    everything is the right way when I look at it.
    Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.
    Frank Lloyd Wright

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    356 not sure on the year.
    That’s what I first thought. On my small cell phone screen earlier the front bumper looked like it was color coded to the car so I jumped the gun to a 911. Now on a larger screen I see that it’s definitely a 356. I’ve never been much of a Porsche guy but there are a few models that get me. The 356 being one as well as the early 911’s and 912’s. And of course the 959 super car. The early 356 Speedsters were awesome. And I always liked the 928’s as well. Only Porsche that had a V-8. Your photo is a fine example of the brand and most definitely satisfying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    That’s what I first thought. On my small cell phone screen earlier the front bumper looked like it was color coded to the car so I jumped the gun to a 911. Now on a larger screen I see that it’s definitely a 356. I’ve never been much of a Porsche guy but there are a few models that get me. The 356 being one as well as the early 911’s and 912’s. And of course the 959 super car. The early 356 Speedsters were awesome. And I always liked the 928’s as well. Only Porsche that had a V-8. Your photo is a fine example of the brand and most definitely satisfying.
    I had a g/f her dad own an older 356. Loved that thing! She drove a BelAir, gorgeous. She was too, I can't believe I met her during an acid trip LOL.
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    Lol, nice! ^


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    Umm… wat.
    A plateau is the highest form of flattery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Should have trimmed the rear wheel openings for a more clean look brah!
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    some weird crazed desert dweller.

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    Reminds me of high school, a girl had, I think a Mercury Comet (the Mercury equivalent of the Ford Maverick) and somehow the grill got busted out. Her dad (I'm assuming) just replaced it with some HVAC vents. You'd think that would be a little less airflow but I don't know if she had any issues.
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    Neighborhood hawk has been kicking ass lately! Get those dirty flying rats!

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    some weird crazed desert dweller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    Should have trimmed the rear wheel openings for a more clean look brah!
    They haven't gotten around to that mod yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Reminds me of high school, a girl had, I think a Mercury Comet (the Mercury equivalent of the Ford Maverick) and somehow the grill got busted out. Her dad (I'm assuming) just replaced it with some HVAC vents. You'd think that would be a little less airflow but I don't know if she had any issues.
    I took a pic a while back of a screwdriver stuck in a Geo steering column. Gotta love Jugaad, aka Redneck Engineering here in the states.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    Neighborhood hawk has been kicking ass lately! Get those dirty flying rats!

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    Looks like my parents front yard. That's not snow it's just feathers... Between the cat and the hawks it's just carnage. But the hawks don't bring the remains inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Oh, wow, now that's the kind of satisfying gif I cant get behind. Excuse me while I stare at this for five hours and chill out for a bit.

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    Underwater waterfall from the air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mileslong View Post
    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Underwater waterfall from the air.

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    Google it, pretty amazing!
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