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Date Signed Up:9/08/2011
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#19 - Here's your ******* feeltrain.... 11/25/2013 on Santas elf +1
#9 - Because you touch yourself at night. 11/25/2013 on these comics +1
#148 - Thing is, I still use miles, of course it's arseways. But even… 11/25/2013 on It almost makes sense 0
#40 - He was better than the other guy really. He made some pretty a… 11/25/2013 on Winston 0
#76 - The only thing that could have happened is that the Steam valv…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/24/2013 on MLP effect of S4 in FJ in a... 0
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#95 - Lambda (11/24/2013) [-]
That is incredibly cool. Nothing manlier than knowing how to operate a steam locomotive.
#14 - I'm an engineman and what happened isn't possible. Certainly n…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/23/2013 on MLP effect of S4 in FJ in a... +1
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#16 - Lambda (11/23/2013) [-]
What exactly DID happen there?
And how did you come to be an engineman on a steam engine in this century? Sounds interesting as fuck.
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#76 - sirhyden (11/24/2013) [-]
The only thing that could have happened is that the Steam valve for the Firemans Injector fell off, but there are grooves for preventing that(plus if that did happen, the steam would have shot out much faster.....(I'll explain that later in Laymans terms, I'm just in from work I'm bolloxed and I'm volunteering tomorrow. )

As for an engineman. There are 100's of Preserved railways the lenght and breath of Britain and the US(the odd few in Ireland where I live, and it's at one of these I put my work in) that require volunteer labour to continue working. It seems useless and dull, but it is really fun. Nothings better than firing(that's putting the coal in) a steam engine at speed. Then you see a tunnel in the distance, Firehole door closed blower on(to stop the fire roaring into the cab) and WOMP! You are in complete darkness but for incancasant glare of the fire.

Its really glorious. And very helpful. You get to mix with people from all walks of life and all different ages and expierences. You learn so much. Plus you can use it as a reference for getting a job. Mate of mine got a job out of the volunteer work he does. And he was never a railway buff. He hadn't a clue but he came with me and fell in love. If you are in a position to do it do consider it.
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#95 - Lambda (11/24/2013) [-]
That is incredibly cool. Nothing manlier than knowing how to operate a steam locomotive.
#15 - animavicion (11/23/2013) [-]
Not underestimate the power of hype.
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