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    Dave Lester might have had to join this game of tag with cars.

    http://www.metacafe.com/watch/42142/...style_driving/

    JDP/Maryland

  • #2
    Dave could do the Russians much better than that!

    Isn't this a MIG looking at him?




    If you want to see a much more calm drive on the interstate, look at the one I shot. I really like the configuration of this overpass.

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv46jHgmBzE





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    • #3
      Over 25 years ago I dated a woman in Chester and had to drive that stretch of road to see her. Only back then, there was a toll booth there. [:0]


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      • #4
        quote:Originally posted by lstude

        If you want to see a much more calm drive on the interstate, look at the one I shot. I really like the configuration of this overpass.

        http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv46jHgmBzE

        Leonard Shepherd
        Okay Len, were you just "shaky", or does your car need new shocks? [:0]

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        • #5
          quote:Okay Len, were you just "shaky", or does your car need new shocks?
          Have you driven on I-95 lately?! It's rough.

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          • #6
            quote:Originally posted by lstude

            Have you driven on I-95 lately?! It's rough.

            Leonard Shepherd
            The correct answer would be "never", just did not look that bad in the video. [B)]

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            • #7
              That first video reminds me of my girlfriend driving home from work!!Steve
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              • #8
                That jet is an F/A-18. You wouldn't have to worry about it for long, if it's going fast enough to get that much vapor around it (at or near the speed of sound) it'll be out of fuel before you know it!!! [:0] [V] [}]
                Jets like that one don't just coast to the side of the road... [:0] [V]



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                • #9
                  Probably a good number of you have seen this, but I'll post the link here. Don't do like I did and play the video advertising the George Clooney movie - scroll down below that to the photo of the interstate.


                  http://www.vincentchow.net/1773

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                  • #10
                    Leonard's video definitely has the best music! I LOVE Glenn Miller! It is because of him I played the trombone and got into band.

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                    • #11
                      quote:Leonard's video definitely has the best music! I LOVE Glenn Miller! It is because of him I played the trombone and got into band.

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                      My Mother was a big fan of Glen Miller. She used to embarrass us as she danced around the living room while playing his records.

                      I didn't like the music then, but now I do.

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                      • #12
                        Listening to Glen Miller is a sure sign of geezing, you need to hang out with a younger crowd.

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                        • #13
                          I feel comfortable with geezing! [:0]

                          I work with two young carpenters all day and listen to some of the worst music you can imagine. That's enough for me!

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                          • #14
                            Leonard - what you're forced to listen to is NOT music. Music is defined (by my ears) as having a melody you can whistle or hum after the tune's ended.[xx(]

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                            • #15
                              Istude and Mr. Biggs got it right! I am just starting to geez just a little bit, and am definitely enjoying it. And I can whistle Little Brown Jug and String of Pearls, just to mention 2.

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