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Discussion in 'The Watering Hole' started by Green Jello, Mar 1, 2013.
Cat in a CD store. Click on the picture.
Is that Ky Michaelson?!
Hardly. I don't think Ky would fit in the cart!
It's crazy Andy Tyler from Suffolk UK. He's a microlight instructor who at 35 built the gas and liquid fuel pulse jet from instructions off the internet. He pulled the shopping cart from a river and spent £50 on scrap wheels, brakes and a steering device. It runs for only 2 minutes on that little fuel can and according to Andy becomes unstable over 50 MPH. Uh, Yah.
Here's another shot.
Thanks's Jello, for some reason my cat won't boogey unless clicked.
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I forgot about that part HAHAHAHAHA
3- 2-1- LAUNCH!!
I gotta wonder who's taking the picture...
You just post the image url with tags around it.
I think this one should be on a rocket calendar.
It's tough to see but the center pivot irrigation system was running at the time. Guess where Dan's rocket came down.
seymour by beerorkid, on Flickr
I love the serious look on the Felix cat.
An hour before that...this kitty had the watermelon, but not for long.
That man is moments away from regretting that stunt.
GREAT picture, though!
What the ..................... Hey Shrox, you got vegan cats or sumthin? I've never seen cats fascinated with large fruit before. Highschoolers, yes, but cats, no.
Germans love David Hasselhoff and cats love melons.
"My cat can eat a whole watermelon"
Name the movie.
(hint: it happens to be the greatest movie of all time)
Lawrence of Arabia?
Nope. Way better flick than that.
Though key elements do take place in the desert.
My answer was totally not serious. I looked it up anyway, it's not Harold and Maude.
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Rubin and Ed.
I thought I was the only one who loved (or even heard of) that crazy film.
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