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mud    Posted 02-09-2005 at 11:20:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ever done this?

C'mon, fess up again-

deadcarp    Posted 02-09-2005 at 12:12:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
being towed behind something is an e-ticket ride! the roll bars on the bug are more tow bars to keep the rope & big tires apart. i've gone on lake ice & towed skis, snowboards, sleds, toboggans, car hoods, cardbard, skates, boots, snowmobile suits, whatever - grab the rope & let go when yuu've had enough! i usually loop up and take the dirt road back..:)

ice fishin    Posted 02-09-2005 at 13:24:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
The times I got to go ice fishin with my Dad he would tie our sled to the rear bumper of the car and puull us across the lake a few times.
Sometimes we'd hit a crack and go flyin. Never got hurt, had too many layers on. Dont remember ever getting too cold either. That was the mid to late 50's in No. Ind.


deadcarp    Posted 02-09-2005 at 14:41:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
yep, i've seen that. our neighbor made a harness for his husky, and put a plastic chair on shedule 40 plastic skis and his boy had a ball trying to stay on that thing! they chased all ove the lake -kid & dog weighed about the same.

Nope    Posted 02-09-2005 at 11:35:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
Never done that. I was never afraid of a little shoveling to make the snow escape a little easier. When I lived in Minnesota, I carried snow shovel in the trunk.

Those dummies didn't see that coming at all did they? Even after they cracked it first. Oh well.

- Peanut

yep    Posted 02-09-2005 at 11:41:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
One of them fellers with a shovel and a little time and they'd a saved that plastic bumper.
None of them boys looked like they'd ever used a shovel much. mud

Clipper    Posted 02-09-2005 at 11:33:41       [Reply]  [No Email]
I counted 4-5 fellars there on the scene....they coudda picked up that junky little car and set it down outta the snow.....or at the least pushed it outta the snow. Teens....ya gotta love em! LMAO!!

mud    Posted 02-09-2005 at 11:39:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
I dam near fell over laughing when I first saw it.

Salmoneye    Posted 02-09-2005 at 11:27:58       [Reply]  [No Email]

Growing up in snow, we knew enough where to hook (and not hook) the chain...

mud    Posted 02-09-2005 at 11:28:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
Only chains we used growing up were on rear tires.

HOGMAN    Posted 02-09-2005 at 14:13:36       [Reply]  [No Email]
After watchin it a coupla times and hearin all tha intelegent yakin it's My studied opinion that "were the combined intelligence of the entire group be placed in the Head of any 10 Year old Lad here amongest We Hillbillys He would be looked on with a modicum of sympathy as being a tad short of a six pack". IMHO
Kinda remind Ya of a Mack Stinnit (sp) Comedy a la Krazy Kops?

Salmoneye    Posted 02-09-2005 at 17:02:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
Either you drink more than I do?

Or you have no idea what chains on tractor tires are for...


mud    Posted 02-09-2005 at 14:49:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
We dont get sound right now. I hesitated posting the link withoout hearing what was being said. Sorry if it offends anyone here.

Not hearing them speak was o.k. by me. They had that look of 'doe in headlights' early on, and I thought they would tear something up. Sure 'nuff.

HOGMAN    Posted 02-09-2005 at 16:48:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
Not ta worry,other'un sounds of stupidity....tha ignorance of youthfull urbinites.

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