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Old 03-15-2014, 11:52:27 AM
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Here we are going to have an watch with the loading of an truck with an forklift.


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Missed it by that much. Hope it wasn't any hazardous chemicals. Frank
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Hate it when that happens! Hope it was only ice water, can't figure any thing hazardous would be shipped in a open top container. F.J.W.
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Looked like he was trying to load fish on ice.
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Ice bucket challege??

Bet he was real "fresh" smelling after that one
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Clearance, son, clearance!
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