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  1. me262 phpbb3

    me262 phpbb3 New Member

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    Pretty original but the cutout could be better :)
     
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    loooool :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin:
     
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    :grin: :grin:
     
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    Finally a soccer game I can enjoy.
    <prays that there were riots afterwards which involved the players>
     
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    Hmmm.... If we can teach that beast how to put on skates, we could use it next hockey season!

    I wonder how he'd look in a Red Wings jersey???
     
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    hey, heard a great commercial today

    "The military tank for civilians" (with funny sound)

    the military tank for civilians doesn't need parking spaces, it can even park at occupied spaces

    (somebody jelling) "Hey, my car"

    and very good for traffic agression. forget using your horn, use the canon, he he he

    now with a free tanking card

    i had to think directly to this little clip :grin:
     
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    yeah , but could the ice withstand its weight ?Plus the red wings dont need nay help. There dominating the western conference.
     
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    LOL, well under the ice are tiles and under the tiles is a solid concretre floor.
     
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    that should do the trick :grin:
     
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    it will demoplish ur home in 1 hour or its free, as long you dont mind a little fire here and there
    [​IMG]
    Just a littel example
     
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    that happens when you give it a red card :grin:
     
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    Can't help feeling sorry for the poor groundskeeper - that would chew the grass up something nasty. :grin:
     
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    you can use special grass, it's called tankproof :p or just concrete it all. that way you don't need to maw it everytime
     
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    Actually I think it would wear the concrete, just like cars wear down concrete, trust me I've seen it done.

    Asphalt layer was worn out and there concrete underneither began to wear down.
     
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    i see it on the highways, especially on the ones where large trucks are driving
     
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    Quillin the road Iam talking about no trucks are allowed to travel, only the light trucks that supply the schools and convient stores can travel, which is a rare occasion.
     
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    ROFL@ that vid!!!
     

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