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13-Jul-2008, 04:45 AM #1
Cool Stuff on YouTube
Now that I have DSL, I am able to watch videos on YouTube.

Here is just a few of the cool things I have found:

Mattracks

I actually contacted the Mattracks company and asked for information. I got a phone call from a sales rep. I was thinking if the price was around $500 per wheel or less, I might consider this as a toy that I might buy sometime in the future. The sales rep said a set of Mattracks for my Chevy K3500 would start around $29,000 and go up from there depending on the options. I told him that if I hit the lottery I would give him a call.

RipSaw

Amphicars

Pilot Lands F-15 on One Wing

Terry Fator
Terry Fator
Terry Fator
Terry Fator
Terry Fator

I particularly like Johnny Vegas singing "I Left My Heart in San Fransisco" and Winston the impersonating turtle singing "crying"

V-8 Chain Saw
V-8 Chain Saw

If the chain ever flies off on these guys, somebody is gonna get killed.

Wood Chipper

WoodMizer

FireWood Processor

P-51 Crash-OshKosh 2007

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13-Jul-2008, 01:49 PM #2
If you're into youtube you should check out videojug. Some pretty useful, pretty wierd, and pretty funny stuff on there.
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13-Jul-2008, 02:22 PM #3
Great idea for a thread
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14-Jul-2008, 12:48 AM #6
Felling eleven foot red cedar

This should make enough clear red cedar siding to do my house.
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Aluminum overcast

I am taking my wife and her uncle and aunt to Hulman field in Terre Haute, Indiana to see this B-17 airplane tomorrow, Tuesday. I cannot afford to spend $400 to take a ride, or at least my wife won't let me spend that much money since I am currently unemployed.

At least I will be able to take a ground tour in the airplane, and we will get to watch the B-17 start up her engines, taxi, take-off and then land. I have never heard or seen a B-17 start-up and take off in real life before.
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18-Jul-2008, 12:30 AM #9
BollyWood's take on Michael Jackson's Thriller video

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most importantly ...

A GUARANTEED Accurate word for word translation


I love Bollywood
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19-Jul-2008, 12:19 PM #10
The Lion Sleeps Tonight

The Lion Sleeps Tomight

I got a big kick out of these. If you open each in a separate window, and then tile the windows, mute the sound on one of them, and then play them simultaneously, it is really funny to watch.
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