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Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Doglips, Jul 2, 2002.
Dont drink and drive.
Oh man, lucky to be around to have a job to lose I'd say! KA-BOOM.. game over man,game over!
you scared me, I seen that & thought you wee in the same boat with Shaun.
It takes a special kind of person to drive a forklift off a loading dock. Thank God people are smart enough to design fuses with safeties.
Not sure were the pic was taken but if they person did not get reasigned Im sure they had to have a few days off to calm down....still kina funny.
I would hooe no one was actually driving the fork lift...id he go through a background check for that?
What is that ordnance anyway? Looks like some kind of cluster bomb to me.
Try operating a Bobcat
I tried driving a Bobcat loader recently, without any prior experience, and found out you need to develop your coordinating skills. With both feet operating pedals and both hands pulling/pushing, you'd better know what you're doing or else be out in a clear area till you're sure of what's going to happen.
That experience raised my tension level quickly till I finally somewhat caught on to the gymnastics of it all. What's funny was that a 10 year old son of the job superintendent, showed off his skills by operating the Bobcat like a pro.
That aint a Bobcat. Bobcats are tricky because they are "skid steer". The forklift in the picture had regular steering (rear wheels).
Yes, I already saw that. I was just commenting on my bad driving of what I consider to be a similar machine.:nod:
Skid steer machines handle much differently.
They can't fire me.
Maybe I should stick to the fork lift with a steering wheel. Regardless, whatever I do is strictly on a volunteer basis. They can't fire me if they don't like my driving. (ha)
You're wasting your time if you call the phone number on the back of the bobcat that says:
"How's my driving? Call 555-5555 if you want to report an incident."