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    Default In Russia, bridges are for wimps


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    Default Re: In Russia, bridges are for wimps

    Necessity is the mother of invention.

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    That's Crazy!
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    Default Re: In Russia, bridges are for wimps

    Quote Originally Posted by rmorey View Post
    That's Crazy!
    Not if you want to get across the river!
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    Default Re: In Russia, bridges are for wimps

    I wonder if that is OSHA approved in the US????
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    Default Re: In Russia, bridges are for wimps

    Did you notice the excavators were a komatsu and a cat ?

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    Default Re: In Russia, bridges are for wimps

    Quote Originally Posted by 3v0 View Post
    Did you notice the excavators were a komatsu and a cat ?
    Yup, and both under some pretty smooth operators.

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    when they were moving from one bucket to the other all I could think of was one wrong move by the operator and would have a giant scissors,
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    Default Re: In Russia, bridges are for wimps

    Shucks. I thought it was gonna be about 2 excavators getting stuck and helping each other across the river.

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    Default Re: In Russia, bridges are for wimps

    Just watched it and it really makes me wonder what life must be like for them there. I was impressed with how orderly and polite everyone was. Shaking the hands of the guys working when they got off of the bucket, taking their time to get into the bucket and waiting their turn patiently. With everyone carrying a bag or backpack, it seems like they are evacuating the area, but then maybe that's normal there?

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