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post #397 of 586
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Originally Posted by Zeph View Post
 

Probably repost.


 


 

HA! I'm so glad he got a good whack on that car. Justice!

post #398 of 586
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Originally Posted by Yukari View Post
 

What did you expect those old guys to do?

Idiots!

 

Not so funny when the table turns, is it?

 

LOL!

 

 

Yep, that remote control car would so be destroyed if they tried that prank on me. Honestly what does the guy expect to happen. Don't mess with golfers man! 

post #399 of 586
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Yep, that remote control car would so be destroyed if they tried that prank on me. Honestly what does the guy expect to happen. Don't mess with golfers man! 


Cracked me up when he started swinging the putter at the kid. :-)

post #400 of 586
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post


Hilarious from start to finish. I almost feel like I should take a man card violation for never watching Entourage
post #401 of 586
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Originally Posted by RonTheSavage View Post


Hilarious from start to finish. I almost feel like I should take a man card violation for never watching Entourage

 

Holy crap that's funny haha

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MAD PROPS!!!! 

post #403 of 586
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

MAD PROPS!!!! 

 

No kidding! Shut the front door!!!

post #404 of 586
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Originally Posted by CarlSpackler View Post
 

 

No kidding! Shut the front door!!!

Don't get me wrong, that was impressive, but her legs are so small it looked like her upper body and lower body didn't belong together.

post #405 of 586
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Originally Posted by Jeremie Boop View Post
 

Don't get me wrong, that was impressive, but her legs are so small it looked like her upper body and lower body didn't belong together.

 

I also think that her lightness and size were an advantage. More power/pound.

 

Still, I am pretty sure I wouldn't make it through any single one of those obstacles.

post #406 of 586
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

 

I also think that her lightness and size were an advantage. More power/pound.

 

Still, I am pretty sure I wouldn't make it through any single one of those obstacles.

 

 

I agree. It does look like she beefed up her upper body. It was evident in the obstacle with the rings that her arm and back strength was outstanding. She was easily holding her own body weight on one arm with out much trouble. 

 

Those are the ones that usually get the guys, were their grips fail them. 

post #407 of 586
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

 

I agree. It does look like she beefed up her upper body. It was evident in the obstacle with the rings that her arm and back strength was outstanding. She was easily holding her own body weight on one arm with out much trouble. 

 

Those are the ones that usually get the guys, were their grips fail them. 

 

Exactly. Not to downplay her accomplishment...I couldn't do it at my current physical conditioning level (lol), but the guys on there would have to be ridiculously strong to hold up 200 lbs with one hand for as long as she was holding herself up.

post #408 of 586
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

MAD PROPS!!!! 

 

That's awesome. 

post #409 of 586
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post
 

 

Exactly. Not to downplay her accomplishment...I couldn't do it at my current physical conditioning level (lol), but the guys on there would have to be ridiculously strong to hold up 200 lbs with one hand for as long as she was holding herself up.

That seems to be something I think most of the guys who try mess up. They think brute strength will get them through, but the best competitors are usually smaller builds with a higher strength to weight ratio.

post #410 of 586
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Originally Posted by Jeremie Boop View Post
 

That seems to be something I think most of the guys who try mess up. They think brute strength will get them through, but the best competitors are usually smaller builds with a higher strength to weight ratio.

 

Right. Now back on topic:

 

post #411 of 586

Since my other hobby is drumming...

 

post #412 of 586
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Originally Posted by CarlSpackler View Post
 

Since my other hobby is drumming...

 

 

If your other hobby is drumming...here's an oldie but a goodie in case you haven't seen it yet...

 

post #413 of 586
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post
 

 

If your other hobby is drumming...here's an oldie but a goodie in case you haven't seen it yet...

 

 

Yep. I always wonder if he plays all the songs in the set with the extra flair. I would be dead tired halfway though the first set. ;-)

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Interesting video, you can tell the guy is a lab guy. Not really coherent, but it is fun to find out that nothing that is connected to wi-fi, cellular, or blue tooth is really secure. 

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