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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Some how I bounced off and didnt get a scratch, just a bump on my head and knee. I should have sliced to bits.
    Well now.. that explains a lot... ehehhehehee just kidding

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  • Dave1983
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    Originally posted by voyager9
    My brother did the exact same thing. When we were younger we were chasing eachother around the house. I ran through the door and slid it closed after me. My brother ran around the corner and WHAM! Of course my parents didn't think it was as funny as I did.
    I did the same thing when I was like 10. I came inside (left the door open) and went to grab something out of my room. My mom gets up, closes the door and walks into another room. I come running out of my room and ran full speed into the door I thought was open. The glass door basicly exploded from the impact. Some how I bounced off and didnt get a scratch, just a bump on my head and knee. I should have sliced to bits.

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  • doughesson
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    [QUOTE=MalahatTwo7Or did that go with the large wooden badger???[/QUOTE]

    This is the city.A collection of lost souls where every once in a while,someone gets the idea to pet a furry animal.
    That's where I come in.
    My name is Saturday and I carry a badger.

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  • doughesson
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    Originally posted by MalahatTwo7
    On a more recent note, I got caught by the gates at the Metro this morning. Dang card reader "didn"t and I walked right into the gates. And got bumped into by the lady behind me {ok, so maybe it wasn't a total loss - she was pretty nice looking }
    '

    When my destroyer was in the yards in Norfolk,Metro Machine gave us all barcoded cards for the gate but there was one set of turnstiles that would freewheel so that's the one we all used.
    Until the happy day when a ship with a more senior officer pulled in for an overhaul and said CO noticed the "discrepancy" and notified security to fix it.
    Well they did, and one morning just before Liberty secured at 0630,some guys from my ship were highstepping for the "open"door to beat the clock and all three of them fell axe over teakettle over the turnstiles on top of each other.Because we'd all stopped even carrying the dang cards they had to call their Division and have someone come to the gate a vouch for them,while the guys from USS Guadalcanal were strolling through the gates and laughing at the tincan guys.

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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Ya know, that gives a whole new meaning to "Beaver Pellets"...........

    And I had to think a few on your comment about "...saw one in DC..." then I remembered, yes, you are in fact correct. Its in the Embassy Art Gallery.
    Last edited by MalahatTwo7; 08-11-2006, 02:33 PM.

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  • Ladder8
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    For those that were wondering (both of ya)...

    The Trojan Beaver!
    http://www.albertacraft.ab.ca/pages/...mcarthur01.htm


    ...and to think that I saw it in DC....

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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Hey.. I didnt know that beavers had trojans....eerrr.. wait.... uummmm... Or did that go with the large wooden badger???

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  • Ladder8
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    Could've been worse Rick...

    Can you imagine getting stuck inside of the Trojan Beaver?

    "Eh, let me owt eh!" "These durn curling stones are cold, eh..."

    "Let the dam tail down already..."

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  • MalahatTwo7
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    HEY! Around here, ya gotta take what you can get, man. I just feel fortunate she was a pretty lady. That whole situation could have been a whole lot worse...........

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  • tanker5117
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    Originally posted by MalahatTwo7
    On a more recent note, I got caught by the gates at the Metro this morning. Dang card reader "didn"t and I walked right into the gates. And got bumped into by the lady behind me {ok, so maybe it wasn't a total loss - she was pretty nice looking }

    Rick, you sure do come up with some interesting ways to meet the ladies.

    PS. did you get her name?

    Tanker

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  • voyager9
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    Originally posted by MalahatTwo7
    On a trip to Londonderry Mall, she was doing exactly that, and actually walked right into the plate glass show case. Bounced off and fell on her backside too. I dont recall my parents ever laughing so hard as then. I think part of it was the total look of disgust that my sister had at that time
    My brother did the exact same thing. When we were younger we were chasing eachother around the house. I ran through the door and slid it closed after me. My brother ran around the corner and WHAM! Of course my parents didn't think it was as funny as I did.

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  • RyanEMVFD
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    Or the line from Hitch hikers guide to the galaxy: "Got your towel?"

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  • needlejockey
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    I worked for a casino for a while doing security. During part of our duties we had to escort people into the vault. Well to get into it you have to have S-2 (The eye in the sky) buzz you into a "man-trap", basically an airlock style room. Once you are in there they must then buzz you through the next door into the actual vault. Same thing to get back out. They have to buzz you into the man trap and then into the casino. So one would think that once they buzz you into the man-trap they would be waiting to buzz you into the vault or casino right? Nah. You could wait there for up to 5 minutes. Plus they had cameras in there to watch you and even microphones to listen to you, so they really knew you were in there. Sometimes I think they just liked messing with us.

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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Originally posted by voyager9
    Or walking into a sliding glass door when you think it's open.

    HAHAHAHAA. When we lived in Edmonton, AB, my sister was only about 2 or 3 at the time. She was a vain little thing back then, and was prone to admiring herself in anything that would reflect her image.

    On a trip to Londonderry Mall, she was doing exactly that, and actually walked right into the plate glass show case. Bounced off and fell on her backside too. I dont recall my parents ever laughing so hard as then. I think part of it was the total look of disgust that my sister had at that time......

    On a more recent note, I got caught by the gates at the Metro this morning. Dang card reader "didn"t and I walked right into the gates. And got bumped into by the lady behind me {ok, so maybe it wasn't a total loss - she was pretty nice looking }

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  • voyager9
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    Originally posted by MalahatTwo7
    Hehheehe on turnstiles. B-T-D-T, t-shirt pending. Never spilled anything, but MAN do they hurt when you're expecting the darn thing to let go and rotate. Kinda like going through the counter at the Metro, when it doesn't read your pass card.
    Or walking into a sliding glass door when you think it's open.

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