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#45012 - 11/17/04 05:35 AM OT: Too much on the truck?
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The police discovered this on the highway in Norway...

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#45013 - 11/17/04 01:46 PM Re: OT: Too much on the truck?
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Looks to me like they got the trucks reversed..Always a good idea to put the smaller truck on the bigger one LOL.

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#45014 - 11/17/04 02:59 PM Re: OT: Too much on the truck?
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#45015 - 11/17/04 03:23 PM Re: OT: Too much on the truck?
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Shoulda used duct tape...

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#45016 - 11/17/04 03:26 PM Re: OT: Too much on the truck?
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Try propping that big green monster up on the 4 x 4 lumbers.

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#45017 - 11/17/04 04:06 PM Re: OT: Too much on the truck?
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Ha! Ha! Ha!
OK it's 5:00 here in my office and I finally got my laugh for the day!
Iwire, Did you take that picture? That is one of the funniest "construction" pictures I have seen.

I really wonder how far down the road it got with the twine tie down job.

I have a new screen saver. Thanks

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#45018 - 11/18/04 04:56 PM Re: OT: Too much on the truck?
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That one with the car has been around for years.

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