Not even Godzilla would step on that wall.

Not even Godzilla would step on that wall.  | SPARING NO EXPENSE SINCE MEXICO IS PAYING FOR IT | image tagged in lego,the wall,memes | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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THAT'S ALL THE PESO IS WORTH THESE DAYS | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Welcome back my brutha!!!
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THE WORD OF THE DAY IS "PESO" MY ISP MADE ME PESO I COULD GET BACK TO MAKING MEMES | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Not really, but it makes a good comment, eh amigo??? :)
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Leonardo Dicaprio Cheers Meme | WORKS FOR ME BRUTHA | image tagged in memes,leonardo dicaprio cheers | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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GOOD TO SEE THE "OLD DOG" IS STILL TURNING TRICKS | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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I HAVE THE DRIVE OF A TIGER | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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I don't want to step on that Lego! | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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IT DOESN'T HURT MUCH | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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5 ups
What am I to do with you? You're like a 59 year old kid!
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6 ups, 1 reply
:)
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7 ups, 1 reply
Octavia Melody: Faster than a spilled soda in a 2017 Freightliner Cascadia! Yes sir! Lol. :)
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7 ups, 1 reply
XD lmao!!
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Octavia driving a 2018 Freightliner Cascadia! Lol.
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XD it's an automatic, which is nice but also problematic. It shifts for me, which is good, but I'm afraid on snow or ice it would shift when I don't want it to, causing me to lose traction. And going down steep hills, the engine brake makes it jump from 12th gear down to 10th pretty rapidly, causing the RPMs to jump way up. In a normal semi, you shouldn't go over 2000 RPM. These automatics can run higher, so it often jumps up to 2200, which I'm not used to, so it startles me.
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Yea, they've come a long way, I'm just old school, gimme a 10,12,15,18 speed and I'm happy! Lol :)
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I've driven a lot of these in the older Macks. It's simple, what you're doing is taking the 5-speed (Right) and splitting each gear into 3 (you don't use the Lo-Lo, it's too low). Now, exicution is a different story! You've got 2 sticks, and every 4th gear change you have to take your hands OFF the wheel and and shift into two different gears with two different sticks! Now, if you mess up, you have to stop the truck, and start over!! Lol
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5 ups, 2 replies
I loop my elbow through the steering wheel. Still equally dangerous, lol. Our Marmon had that tranny.
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6 ups, 1 reply
I first read that as "eyebrows" :o
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When I was looking for the shift patern for the Mack I found this one, it's off and old Spicer trans. I've seen some crazy shift patterns before, that's just f**king nuts! Lol :)
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6 ups, 1 reply
Yes! Exactly! It's hard to describe what's all involved in doing it. I imagine like you, you were fairly young when you were thrown into the hot seat! Lol :) An good ole Marmon, cool! :)
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Yep. Before I had a CDL. It's what I learned on, in fact. Truck was such a beast, too. It was our winch truck.
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Cool! I learned on 2 GMC Brigadier winch trucks! 671's with RoadRanger 10 speeds! Below I posted my "Heaviest weight" story, thank god I was too young and dumb to realize or even appreciate what kind of situation I got myself into! Lol. It was a historic pre civil war house here in Atlanta, granite foundation (well, we were able to use crossouts to catch a lot of it off, ) and granite walls, (quarried from Stone Mountain, no less!) We never tried to permit a load close to that again, so much headache associated with it, you know! :)
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That's insane! :O wow!
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5 ups, 1 reply
How bout them apples? Lol
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6 ups, 1 reply
:o
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6 ups, 3 replies
Lol. I'm kidding of course!). The heaviest I've been in that truck (it's completely custom built) is 184,900lbs 90+ ton, brakes? They're useless, I was going downhill (this is why you have 80 gears and a Jake Brake crossing a newer 4 lane concrete span bridge and I was under no circumstances to stop on the bridge whatsoever (because I WOULD severely damaged/destroy it!) my old boss, and the Georgia DOT took pictures of the bridge with me and only me on it in that truck pulling a building. It was so heavy while I was on the long center span over the Chattahoochee River, those spans deflected downward over 4 and a half feet! I felt it, I didn't think it would stop going down, I thought I was going to go swimming! I picked the short straw that morning, that's how we picked who was going to do it!! Lol. How's that for adventure? :)
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Holy shit! I thought I had a hair raising story, but you win.

I hauled a 90k lbs set of shakers from an oil rig down a long ass icy lease road. Had two sets of chains on each rear axle, and one set on the steer, and each trailer axle. This was in the mountains of Colorado, and it was at least 500' drop off on the driver's side. Leaving location was steep, and a right handed curve, so if I lost it, no way I could jump out the passenger side. On the lease roads in Colorado, they don't make you wear seatbelts, in case you have to bail out.
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I'll tell you what, my brother in law lives in Carbondale, Colo. (You may be familiar with it.) off the Interstate (?? The one that goes thru Denver and west) I drove my F-250 though there and was watching all the CDL trucks navigate through there. I'm a Southern man, we have mountains and cliffs down here, but GO***AMN! Nothing even close to what you do in Colorado! Lol. My hat is off to you!! I believe our two stories quite equal in the end when death is always seconds away, agree? :). Thumbs up! :)
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Californians have no sense of adventure? Have you forgotten the Gold Rush of 1848-49? :D
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What do you mean? They're all dead! They lose, I'm still here!! Lol. :) ha ha!
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Lol, thx. Colorado can get you into a bind real fast.

But I've lived in Texas for four years now. I think it got below freezing once this year. And...No cliffs!

Better yet, I only get behind a big transmission when I feel like it now, and even then, it's only a 10-speed.
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6 ups
It's John yay!!!
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5 ups, 1 reply
I'm on my second one. Still love the G4, but I won't get another LG phone when I can upgrade again.
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3 ups, 1 reply
I'm still sticking with my samsungs, ive had the best luck with them. Even after laundering the one before this one, it still went another year.
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3 ups, 1 reply
That's pretty darn lucky. :) I will miss the three back buttons and the awesome camera on the LG's. I had a G3 before the G4 so side buttons seem awkward to me now.
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2 ups, 1 reply
The secret is, after you wash it, you may as well let it go through the dryer :) (then put it in a sealed tub of rice for 2 days BEFORE trying to turn it on.
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2 ups, 1 reply
I'll have to remember that if I ever "launder" one of my phones. Haven't broken a screen or gotten one wet yet. :)
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2 ups
NEVER!!! Say that out loud!!!
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Oh good, I'm not late to this Lego meme! :D
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Lothric want's this finnished!
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