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Help me with this math problem!!!

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by chevyfumes, May 1, 2006.

  1. chevyfumes

    chevyfumes Court jester

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    what does this =
    2 days of drinking heavily+a chain saw+ a 50' tree that the goats have killed and now needs to be cut down+ a fence thats in the direct path of the falling tree...?And incase anyone was wondering, yes it is hard to run a chain saw with a glass of whiskey in one hand...:doah: :haha: :haha: :haha:
     
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    A tree just a bit taller than 4'?
     
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    oh... and i think it = DISASTER!
     
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    :haha: :haha: :haha: :bow: EDIT
     
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    a new fence to keep the goats in? :dunno:
     
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    Did ya get any pics?

    My girlfriends dad cut down the neighbors tree because he doesn't like the people and the tree was overhanging onto his yard... when it fell it took out some power lines... several blocks were without power for most of the night
     
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    Toothpicks for your next headache killing martini, make sure to pick out the fingers.
     
  8. chevyfumes

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    After I cut about 10' off the bottom end to get it off the part of the fence it busted so I could fix it and yes the wife was pissed that it hit the deck...:D
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    I've done that. To barbed wire, but same problem.

    WTF is that pit in the yard for?
     
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    Thats my burn pit,"White man build big fire stand far away"...:haha:
     
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    how did you get sober enough to climb that high
     
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    or better yet how did you climb that high with a beer in your hand



    oh must be the cargo pants.:):)
     
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    Aboot another 20 feet and you could have just lit the tree on fire. Whitey.

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    I didnt climb it til after I cut it down silly...
     
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    Dude... What were thinking- You need a drink holder on the chainsaw....
     
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    so whereed you take the picture from???
     
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    Didn't want to do a Keith Richards impression?
     
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    I'd like to see a drunk guy climb a tree that was lying on the ground. I bet you didn't spill your drink either. Very agile I must say.
     
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    upstairs window...And Jim, cup holder on the chain saw...Fockin genious idea, I gonna startdrawing up some plans, who knows maybe I'll write a tech article...:bow: :D :haha:
     
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    In all seriousness being drunk and cutting down a tree shouldn't be in the same sentance :rolleyes: . This is NO BS , Last wedsday my brother in laws dad was Sober and cutting down a tree and it fell into another tree knocking a big branch down on to him and hitting him in the head . He died because of his head injuries :( . His funeral was today and it real sucked to see his son's and wife in their time of grief . He was a good man ,father and friend . Please be carefull when cutting down trees . that is all .
     

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