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Is that the practice video that came with your new trac hoe?
 
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That is friggin' awesome! I have a hangnail I can't quite get, do you think that guy is available for a manicure? lol!
 
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Adrien Lapointe wrote:Is that the practice video that came with your new trac hoe?



no, this video is the reason WHY Paul got a track hoe
Or maybe it was this one:

 
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Nah. That's just Paul practicing so that he can use it to harvest his lemons when the trees mature.

 
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lemons!?! that is kind of big, what about huckleberries? That would be something
 
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Thats not a trackhoe, thats a transformer!
 
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Meanwhile, in Russia:

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the outfit my dad works for has a sort of heavy equipment olympics every few years. includes picking up and setting down a raw egg with a track hoe, backing a lowboy trailer around a corner between narrow barriers and bringing it to rest against a softball balanced on a traffic cone without knocking it off, and other such nonsense. pretty much everybody who entered completed their events successfully, so the winners were determined by time. personally, I consider it a success if I keep heavy equipment right-side-up.
 
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