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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-19-2006, 09:39 AM Thread Starter
 
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did that hurt what?

http://www.break.com/index/chooseweapons.html I love it when people don't wanna fight fair get fucked lol.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-19-2006, 09:45 AM
 
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Is that other dude waving a sword?
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post #3 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-19-2006, 12:52 PM
 
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So some chap lifts up a LIGHT metal container & partially falls in though the metal edge comes down to where it must have hurt his wrist. Not a manhole cover for those things are darn heavy & I speak with experience.

Then we have some chap with a red bag or cloth & facing off some guy with a cane or stick or something----like I do not catch onto two incidents with one being on the sidewalk & the other in the road & no fear of cages----like I really do not get it!!!!!!
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So some chap lifts up a LIGHT metal container & partially falls in though the metal edge comes down to where it must have hurt his wrist. Not a manhole cover for those things are darn heavy & I speak with experience.

Yeah of that was a manhole cover, that guy's a fuc*ing beast just for lifting it.

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that was pretty retarded... but because of it I found this... and I thought it was pretty funny...

http://www.break.com/movies/skatmanrace.html
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that was pretty retarded... but because of it I found this... and I thought it was pretty funny...

http://www.break.com/movies/skatmanrace.html
I bet that guy didn't even know that he could tap dance!
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To thin in metal, not heavy cast iron, with three-four holes to put the pick axe into & there is no way you can pick up a true manhole cover from the sides UNLESS the ones in the States are different. Besides true man-hole covers are made to stand the weight of the most heavy of vehicles. One uses the pick axe to free it from road, to let it drop & pick-axe in again to DRAG it away from the hole or drag it back in again. I spent 3 or 4 years dealing with man-hole & other covers.

The side-walk covers are about 1/3 thickness, of sheet steel, or even ligher with some that have one or two grab bars that can be brought up so a simple one man operation with no sweat of WCCB bitching that the worker is picking up to much weight.
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To thin in metal, not heavy cast iron, with three-four holes to put the pick axe into & there is no way you can pick up a true manhole cover from the sides UNLESS the ones in the States are different. Besides true man-hole covers are made to stand the weight of the most heavy of vehicles. One uses the pick axe to free it from road, to let it drop & pick-axe in again to DRAG it away from the hole or drag it back in again. I spent 3 or 4 years dealing with man-hole & other covers.

The side-walk covers are about 1/3 thickness, of sheet steel, or even ligher with some that have one or two grab bars that can be brought up so a simple one man operation with no sweat of WCCB bitching that the worker is picking up to much weight.
Definately a sidewalk cover. Looked like he planned on thumping someone over the head with it. But, proved he was a retard not only by his choice of weapon but also by falling in the hole!
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that was pretty retarded... but because of it I found this... and I thought it was pretty funny...

http://www.break.com/movies/skatmanrace.html




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