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07-18-2002 05:33 PM  16 years agoPost 1
Zxyxx

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Welcome voclain. Great pic.

I think we've found the Golden Buddha when it comes to making posts. Voclain has 26 (16.79 posts per day) for one topic. The rest of you high post guys better get on the ball as he's coming after you.

I'll bet he can out post RappyTappy, Seneca, DavidH, et al.

This is going to be fun. I think.

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07-18-2002 05:43 PM  16 years agoPost 2
BladeRunner

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Buddha??
That was a great pic..but I think he should put a disclaimer under it, just so the newer guys or the one's who don't know better don't "try this at home".......hehehe.......you know someone will!!!!!......
BTW...welcome to RunRyder voclain...

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07-18-2002 05:52 PM  16 years agoPost 3
The_Dave

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Darwinism at its finest
Blade,

If the human race as a whole would stop interfering with the natural progression of things our race would be much better off. If someone out there were so dense that they would try a trick like that then their death would only serve to improve the gene pool.

It is like school zones in front of universities...if you are in collage and not smart enough not to walk out in front of a speeding vehicle the removal of you from the breeding stock is a good thing.

Like the commercial says "It's not nice to fool Mother Nature"

Mark McAlpine - 2005 - We will never forget.

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07-18-2002 06:09 PM  16 years agoPost 4
BladeRunner

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Darwin???
Point taken Dave.........

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07-18-2002 06:12 PM  16 years agoPost 5
SkyKing

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I agree in the town where I work grade school kids cross the street with the help of one light and/or older kids (crossing guards) BUT at the high school they have 6 sets of traffic lights (on 1 block) and have to stop traffic in both directions this was the lesser of the "plans" the other plan was to reroute all traffic 2 blocks from the high school and the last plan was to just close the road in front of the school completely.
Don't make no sense to me!

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07-18-2002 06:16 PM  16 years agoPost 6
Cassini

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The_Dave:

I have been saying that for years. Get rid of all safety rules, regulations, and requirements. And don't forget to get rid of those stupid warnings about using a mower on your hedges, sleeping pills may cause drowsyness, etc. Let nature take its course. Let all those that are too stupid to know better kill themselves before they get old enough to breed and multiply! LOL... sure, there are some innocent intelligent people along the ways that might be taken out of this world by some moron's stupid accident, but that will be an acceptable loss after a generation or so there won't be any stupid people left on the planet.

Now this should stur up some people who think that I truly feel this way... but come on... if someone uses a lawn mower to cut his hedges and ends up cutting off a hand or arm because it got away from him, don't you think he got what he deserves? Food for thought...

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07-18-2002 07:23 PM  16 years agoPost 7
Gearhead

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Just thought I would tell you,,,
I saw this TV show called "stupid things people do", well this one guy was telling how he lost a finger in his snowblower by unpacking the snow that was plugging the shoot with a his hand, we was saying how he should have known better because he lost a finger the year before the same way on the same snowblower,,, BUMB,,, I wonder if Voclain has a snowblower !!

Jim

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07-18-2002 08:48 PM  16 years agoPost 8
RappyTappy

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Zxyxx, You are freaking cRaZy!!

What a nutcase! LOL!!!

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07-18-2002 09:14 PM  16 years agoPost 9
Steve Campbell

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LOL!

The_Dave and Brian have it exactly right. There are entirely too many slugs from the shallow end of the gene pool who manage to survive puberty and go on to reproduce their unfortunate traits, thereby becoming a burden upon the rest of us.

And in 24 years of police work, I've met most of them...

Steve

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07-18-2002 09:25 PM  16 years agoPost 10
Barbary

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can't we eat them?

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07-18-2002 09:36 PM  16 years agoPost 11
Cassini

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Can we eat them? <----LOL

Warning: some people call me Mr. Burns as I am the only living heart donor.

Well with that out of the way, I think here is something else we need in our society: Suicide Classes. Forget the suicide prevention classes, lets hold classes on how to do it right so that we don't waste others time and money on fixing those who make feebile attempts like jumping out of second story windows (yes, that is a true story, I had to medevac a spouse in Korea that attempted suicide this way). Another thing that gets me is those that hang themselves while trying to 'choke' themself during self gratification of thier private parts. Have seen those people too in Korea one year... what idiots. Then there was the guy that thought he would ride his bicycle with 3 times the legal limit of alcohol in his system down a very steep hill at an estimated speed of 45mph and ran face first into a telephone pole... instant self-inflicted labatomy (spelling)... Also there's the one guy who had a very heavy load on the front of his 50,000 lb forklift and had it get stuck up in the air on him. His solution: break open a hydrualic line at the piston while standing below the load. The one I feel sorry for was this guys kid who was also stationed at the same base camp at the same time...

I have alot of other first hand experiences with people who could be Darwin award winners. The trick in life is to spot them early and keep a good distance from them but close enough to watch the excitement that is sure to happen.

"Grounding rods? We don't need no grounding rods. I have been refueling for 15 years and have never had one go up yet!" Here's a clue: it only takes once and you won't live to tell about the one time where you did live to see it.

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07-19-2002 04:01 PM  16 years agoPost 12
Vitya

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U guyz r eevuil. Gust becase me no lern good speaking duz nut meen i cut oof mein hand wit me muwer

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07-19-2002 04:02 PM  16 years agoPost 13
Vitya

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OH NO, its my twin! I must abolish the STUPIDITY. Victor bashes thee

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