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#6 - Now mount a CO2 laser on it. 14 minutes ago on I'll Take 30 0
#3 - My laser jet has no problems being accessed over wifi, but tha… 1 hour ago on current year 0
#7 - I have driven one, Jukes are ****. 3 hours ago on Spot the typo 0
#45 - 35, not a beta, I simply think girls are too much trouble, I'm… 5 hours ago on How high is it? 0
#29 - They would have to remove the sign holder things for that.  [+] (3 new replies) 7 hours ago on How? +1
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#30 - mastercolossus (7 hours ago) [-]
its called a "wrench"
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#52 - djjeroenski (38 minutes ago) [-]
still, the welding method is probably easier
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#50 - epicalania (51 minutes ago) [-]
It's not only attached with bolts, those things usually and by that I mean where I live, which isn't america but I doubt they're stupid enough to just use bolts in america have welding and internal brackets to keep them up. The wind forces can get really strong if you don't use wind release designs, and still pretty strong with them. If you don't want to have to do as much maintenance on them you'll use more than just bolts.
#26 - That's a welded triangle (or at least it is on most bikes), th…  [+] (7 new replies) 7 hours ago on How? +3
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#28 - mastercolossus (7 hours ago) [-]
or someone got a crane and slid it from the top.
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#42 - iphraem (4 hours ago) [-]
watch it again.
#37 - classlessfaggot (5 hours ago) [-]
Nice prank, takes a crane to get it out
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#29 - lovot (7 hours ago) [-]
They would have to remove the sign holder things for that.
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#30 - mastercolossus (7 hours ago) [-]
its called a "wrench"
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#52 - djjeroenski (38 minutes ago) [-]
still, the welding method is probably easier
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#50 - epicalania (51 minutes ago) [-]
It's not only attached with bolts, those things usually and by that I mean where I live, which isn't america but I doubt they're stupid enough to just use bolts in america have welding and internal brackets to keep them up. The wind forces can get really strong if you don't use wind release designs, and still pretty strong with them. If you don't want to have to do as much maintenance on them you'll use more than just bolts.
#49 - I have never played either, it's a gamer stereotype, D.va is a…  [+] (1 new reply) 7 hours ago on Overwatch Reloading Comics +4
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#83 - jzwangpk (3 hours ago) [-]
Ah, I see. I'm aware that it's a gamer stereotype but the missing piece for me was that bit of D.Va's background story. Thanks!
#74 - Even ceramic magnets can break bones, it all depends on the si… 7 hours ago on Fact Comp #3 AM Edition 0
#128 - He's using 2KV to do that, you would need ~144 car batterries … 9 hours ago on Electricity finding the... +1
#65 - Those things can usually supply at least .5A@2KV, perfect for … 19 hours ago on Electricity finding the... +2

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