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BowtieGuy

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Looks guilty to me! ;) 😉
 



paul1598419

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That is hilarious, Tero. With all that has happened recently in the UK concerning Johnson, that would be very good advice. :ROFLMAO:
 

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Wow, when I watched that video, I expected a few poorly designed toys, but it looks like there are nearly limitless examples of ways to screw up kids toy designs, most of them sexual in nature. o_O

Thanks for posting, AD, it's good for a laugh on Monday morning!
 

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Wow, when I watched that video, I expected a few poorly designed toys, but it looks like there are nearly limitless examples of ways to screw up kids toy designs, most of them sexual in nature. o_O

Thanks for posting, AD, it's good for a laugh on Monday morning!
I hope we don't see those toys on Santas bag... :D
 

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Hah!
80's 3D goggles :

- Don't need batteries or charging and are usable even after EMP shock etc
- Doesn't have any electrical circuts
- Unlimited operation time
- Easy to use, even 3-year old can operate the goggles
- You can carry thousands of games on your pocket
- Works even under water or -40*C temperature
- Very rugged and dosn't break easily

NASA couldn't do it... They failed
Oculus Rift couldn't do it.. -And They failed too, -Total loosers


Now that I will call 80's HI-TECH engineerig!! 👌💪



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paul1598419

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They were likely still selling these in the 1980s, but the tech is much older. I remember seeing these in the 1950s. They may even predate then.
 

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Huh. There was a movie made back around 1960 that the plot was about a coffee spill on a cockpit console that was fictitious about an airliner crash. Don't remember its name off hand, but do remember the movie. Think Glen Ford was in it.
 

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Looks like the clearance on that bridge was posted at 10 feet 5 inches. Too bad the driver wasn't paying attention.
 
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I still can't figure out why it happens so often?????
Low bridge warnings have to be day one in truck driving school?????
Your driving a truck seated way up high and see a wicked low bridge that would worry even someone driving a car?????
Why not slow down or stop and check first instead of just trying to drive right through it?????
The bridges are clearly marked and have to be mentioned on the GPS?????
What is wrong with people??????
Aghhhh?????
 




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