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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Shuster, Feb 7, 2019.
Then the other side,,,lol
I was not expecting that. I had visions of one of those guys getting crushed, loosing an arm or the surrounding buildings getting demolished.
...When you're OK and you sleep all night and work all day.
(Python reference for the Python geeks among us.)
If you speed up that second video, it's like a Benny Hill episode.
You have been killing people for seven seasons and get this stupid ending
*puts on long stockings, high heels and a bra*
Puts on women's clothing, hangs around bars, damn it, who told you
You know why the lumber truck stopped?
To let the Lumberjack off.
Yeah, I posted that video a few years ago! Those guys know what they are doing! I cut a big tree once when building a workshop. I had it all figured out, used a plumb bob, planned a scheme to have it fall down hill, etc. When it fell, it missed my house by inches and was way off from my prediction!
If I'm the homeowner I would be really freaked out by the celebration at the end.
I mean, he's a lumberjack so this shouldn't have been a surprising outcome for him, right?
Tom Petty was wrong.... The Braking is the hardest part.
Q: Are you a Lumberjack?
A: You might be a Lumberjack *IF* you're a graduate of Northern Arizona University (NAU), Flagstaff (not Falstaff beer), Arizona!
Every time I fell a tree , I place a target out where the top of the tree is planned to end up . No one hist it every time , but some are pretty good at it . Sometimes , things like large limbs tend to roll a tree that was headed to the spot .
I have always enjoyed the Monty Python Lumberjack song . Classic British humor .
Canadian Lumberjack topping a tree .
One of my favorite conversations from when I was working at an appointment call center for a nationwide HVAC company:
ME: Thank you for calling First Call Heating and Air, how can I help you?
CALLER: Um, I'd like to see about gettin' me a new air conditioner.
ME: Sure, glad to help. Tell me, how old is your existing unit?
CALLER: Um, about five years old or so.
ME: Five years?? Gee, an AC unit should last a lot longer than that. How long ago did it stop working?
CALLER: Um, a couple of weeks ago when a tree fell on it.
ME: Whoa! What caused a tree to fall on it??
CALLER: Um....a chainsaw.
I topped a tree in my front yard back in 1974 so expertly, the limbs landed on the PG&E power lines that supplied electricity to over 6,000 residents. Thankfully PG&E was able to restore power to them after only about four hours, it only blew out one transformer.
You know this guy has 'em...
I used to think a psycho-logist was a crazy lumberjack.