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Old 08-15-2013, 01:51 PM   #1
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Not sure what country they are located in. The stuck guy in the blue jacket has a lot of faith in the shovel operator and the shovel operator is obviously VERY GOOD at operating this machinery!! That backhoe operator is an "artiste ". OSHA would be messing their pants.

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Old 08-15-2013, 04:00 PM   #2
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That is a good man on the sticks!


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Now that is impressive.
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We've all heard stories about guys that can open a beer can with the teeth on the bucket. Up till I saw that video I though it was just an expression.
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Old 08-15-2013, 06:21 PM   #5
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Awesome. What a skill
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Only in Poland......
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This is not in Poland.
They don't speak Polish.
So GFYS if you cannot hear a difference between languages and stop makeing stereotypes and "I think" if you don't know.

Some people talking what tehy know and some know what they are talking.
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It's Russian. My wife understood it perfectly.
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I work with two amazing trackhoe operators and I was really impressed with the video.
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That was pretty awesome. I know some guys who can make a Trackhoe Dance but that was masterful and a bit crazy at the same time!

Im sure Rurak didnt mean any offense Kapral, it was a damn good trick considering the size of the tool they used to dig him out so I would call it an off hand compliment. Trust me, Poles have had their share of jokes cracked about them, not a single representative immigrant population escaped that and were all pretty much Mongrels here. Im Scotch and German and between the two, a thousand jokes have been made of us, pay them no mind.


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