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    ladder walking - video

    Just a ladder heading out for a walk. 0:45 video:


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    Good new Physics, wobblernomics, or waddlernomics. Thanks Jon...Fun! ~PJ
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    Waddlernomics, maybe waddlerisyics.
    Like fat senators in Speedo's on the Jersey shore. Like eggs wearing a rubber band.
    The early morning conga line out front of Krispy Kreme.
    Or Space Mountain mid summer, in the land of Anaheim.
    Catwalk in a geriatric fashion show, in Miami.
    Or disposition of a certain female POTUS candidate...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    Waddlernomics, maybe waddlerisyics.
    Like fat senators in Speedo's on the Jersey shore. Like eggs wearing a rubber band.
    The early morning conga line out front of Krispy Kreme.
    Or Space Mountain mid summer, in the land of Anaheim.
    Catwalk in a geriatric fashion show, in Miami.
    Or disposition of a certain female POTUS candidate...
    Think those are some of the reasons why Frank Loyd Wright made the Guggenheim rotunda in NY with a ramp...besides he didn't want to build it there anyway.
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    Edward Scissorhands's long-lost cousin, Jimmy Ladderlegs:


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    also preforms vasectomy's!! thanks I needed that after this hot week playing in the yard and fixing my like new 4 wheeler with about 6 hours on it,that hasent been out of the toy barn for about 10 years.......crap now Ill have to get the motorcycle out too and fix the new 10 year old DG pipe that dont fit, made rong,( yes dont fit and made rong may not be the same thing)probably made in china...and sold under the old DG company&logo and of coarse.."vintage" ya right.

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    wonder what OSHA might say?

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    I could see them racing those.....kinda reminded me of Gilligan's island creations.

    I did make a contraption about 18 years ago when I built my big shop, I took about 10~12, 2x4's and built a sheetrock hoist to put the sheet rock on the celing.Just set it on the unit and step on the foot pedel and it levered it up to the celing rafters snugly even and square with no effort, then just screw your ass off ( I screw everything)and then slide over for the next 4x8 sheet...might of been 4x10 or 4x12. I wish i had taken pictures of it it would of made a good tool project addtion. when it was done I unscrewed it all and made the some of the work benches. It was a lot eazer to use than the std ones sold for almost $300 made out of steel tubes&wench and finger bits with blood on the sheet rock&floor.....mine never hurt me & in reality didnt cost any thing because I had already bought the material for the work benches with the rest of the lumber when I built the shop...by my self..24x34' execpt for the 4000psi slab I layed out but had some nug guys do the mud work, I did all plumbing hmammering screwing wireing,door frames everything even roofing...well the wife helped a little with that.fully dried in in 30 days.bathroom(toilet&h20 heater), kitchen, grinding,blasting/abrisive room, engine room,fully heated & cooled with central ac/heat 7x16' insulated garage door..it took another month for me totally insulate and finish it all out. basicly a house with a car parked in the living room along with machines in there too. sometimes using your brains&muscle is a lot eazer than hiring somebody else to eff up your dreams...if you have tyme
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    Hmm a ladder with 4 built in wheels. Sounds like a great idea! For someone that’s not me.

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