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Discussion in 'Campfire' started by sricen, Jul 7, 2020.
Had the job knocked out by lunch probably lol.
Teamwork! That's awesome
Looked like a Centipede
Do they have an outreach program?
I don't know what's more impressive, that none of them lost their hats or that 300 people showed up to move it. I usually can't even get a couple of people to help me move a gun safe. Sometimes the old ways are best. I probably would have hooked onto it with a backhoe and tore it all to hell trying to drag it.
Now, THAT is community organization!
You'd be hard pressed to find that many people willing to work in our entire town.
Some of the best people I know. Had one build a pole barn for me, had to wait 6 months he was so backed up. Couldn't ask for a better job.
Egyptian teamwork -- that's how the pyramids were built. Ten thousand guys pulling on the rope and one guy with a whip.
Come on vern, we all know it was aliens.
That had more feets than a millipede
Otto Kilcher coulda moved that with a mini excavator and a wore out dilly boat trailer axle....
In all seriousness that was impressive...
I watched a movie about them moving a huge church once, it was crazy!
Anyone else wouldn't be able to gather up that many bodies much less pay them....maybe the military, but thats about it!
You notice the frames they used -- a horizontal beam for the men to carry, and vertical beams going up (presumably to the roof) to support the weight of the structure. I kept waiting to see one of those vertical beams come through the roof.
Or for one guy to stumble and fall.
I thought the Amish folks didn’t like being on video?
Amish lives matter
They don't like having personal photos taken of them, especially their faces. They think it's vain. But they don't object to being recorded at a distance like that. And they know how to do that stuff. If they did that 1,000 times, there'd never be one scratch on that barn.
Guess they’re not much on Facebook