Tuesday gifdump

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36 Responses to Tuesday gifdump

  1. Bobo the Hobo says:

    #6 is a jerk

    • T. Rose says:

      Field Umpire who was right on top of the play never called fan interference. If that rain tarp hadn’t been there then it would have been. But, if your talking about catching the ball while holding the child, yep, he’s a jerk.

  2. Paul B says:

    #10 is impressive. Splat otherwise.

  3. nonncom says:

    Is that Fredo Cuomo in that 3rd one down?….

  4. Cavguy says:

    #3, wtf is that future Darwin Award winner trying to do? Oh yeah practicing for his winning performance. Boy is graceful I must add.

  5. T. Rose says:

    That’s a lot of sugar cane.

  6. Uchuck the Tuchuck says:

    #8: That was Naseem Passapottapissalong aboard the Fearless Ferguson.

  7. joe says:

    #2? WTF? Is he riding his bike and playing with his phone? Idiot

  8. susan says:

    #5…is that a bunch of poop?…cause, just…..damn!

  9. Frank says:

    #2 would be a good leader for postings on annoying bicyclists.

  10. snuffy says:

    Years ago, before the internet, there was a TV show, but my CRS is kicking in. No matter. They had people doing stupid human tricks. #10 was one, not specifically that clip, though. So once he jumped one car, they had the brilliant idea of having him try 2. Needless to say, it did not have a happy ending. He didn’t clear the second car and seriously fucked up his legs. Sued them, if I recall.

  11. Beaches says:

    How does the guy in # 8 steer with the front wheels off the ground?

    • Heathen says:

      Individual pedals for the rear brakes, or at least there were such on the tractors of my youth.

    • M. Sage says:

      Tractors have separate brakes for the left and right, and only on the rear. BTDT with loads of firewood on the 3 point hitch in snow.

      If you operate at high speed (y’know, like 15 or 20 miles an hour), there’s a little lever that you flip over to physically link the two together so you don’t accidentally stand on one or the other and roll the tractor.

    • HB says:

      Foot Brakes … control left and right rear wheels….

    • brighteyes says:

      Uses the independent left and right rear brakes.

    • Kevin says:

      Differential braking

    • warhorse says:

      I’m guessing brake steering. the brakes on the 2 back wheels are independent.

    • Evan Price says:

      Beaches, he steers using the mud brakes. On tractors, each rear wheel brake is mechanically activated with its own pedal. The pedals are side-by-side on the right footboard. Normally you link the two pedals together and pushing one pushes both. In heavy mud the steer tires just slide, so to turn you lock up one or the other rear wheel to slew turn. That’s how you steer a tractor pulling with the front wheels up.

  12. M. Sage says:

    #9 is why you always put it in gear, set the brake or put something down to block it from rolling away BEFORE you stand it upright.

    • Aesop says:

      Yes, but you have to remember that not everyone with a heavy equipment operating license passed the 7th grade.

      For them, there’s YouTube fame.

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