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    Default Moving a Barn the Nebraska Way


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    Default Re: Moving a Barn the Nebraska Way

    That was interesting. If 344 men each lifted 50 LBS thats 17200 LBS or around 8 tons.

    Craig Clayton

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    Default Re: Moving a Barn the Nebraska Way

    Amazing, all it took was some team work and a whole bunch of people. Hopefully they laid on some cold ones after, they deserved it.

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    Default Re: Moving a Barn the Nebraska Way

    Wow!!!
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    Default Re: Moving a Barn the Nebraska Way

    A human centipede?

    That's formally known as the Armstrong method

    Ken

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    looks like a fun day, add a BBQ and some cold ones, and lets not forget the barn dance.

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    Default Re: Moving a Barn the Nebraska Way

    Pretty amazing! Love it!
    God Bless our brave men, bring them home, safe again.

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    Default Re: Moving a Barn the Nebraska Way

    Holy smoke! Do you suppose they had liability insurance in case the barn collapsed and came down on all those folks? I sure wouldn't want to insure that move, but I have to give them credit. That was one heck of a barn "raising."
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    Permit, did someone mention permit. And what OSHA doesn't know, well that's tuff.

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    Too bad Washington can't work like that, think of the possibilities!
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