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Dantheman2, April 2, 2014 in The Lounge
Wow !! That's the best I've seen yet on u tube !
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I like the way he stands in its path, when he realises its going in the wrong direction. The notion that he could somehow deter it from hitting the house, with no more than a pair of hands and a good shove amuses me. Got to be a profit killer that.
Don't know how it managed to fall that way. It was on a very steep slope......
Tough house . Looked like it bounced off ! Did he cut through part the hinge on his right do you think ?
HI MATE nutter :lol::lol::lol:thanks jon
Just as well it was, the customers were in the room underneath. Oh and the crown smashed a convertible Mercedes in the front drive.( apparently) I do know the guys on site, I wasn't on site my self. I worked at the company at the time it happened, It happened about 4 years ago I think, it was the last if 4, if I remember right, the other 3 were done in 3-4 sections, maybe one was done in 2. All employees were told if it got uploaded online they would be instantly dismissed, so it's taken a while to get online.
How did that go so wrong??? 😮
Oops, not the early finish they envisioned when one of them said 'I recon that will fell' just goes to show that 'stunt fells' aren't always the quickest way to get a job done.
It's always worth setting up some mechanical advantage on garden fells, even If your 'sure it'll go'
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