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Old 03-20-2018, 11:29 PM   #1
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we all done dumb things, let us know and maybe we can have a laugh.

so, couldn't start my motorcycle, called up mechanic to pick it up, remembered that I didn't try the killswitch. Called the mechanic who was loading it and asked him to test, needless to say I'm dropping off some beer to him this arvo
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Old 03-21-2018, 02:07 AM   #2
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I only gotta lost one? You probably dont have room for all of them I do daily. I'm an engineer so stupid shit is my thing. Lol.

I accidentally shut off an entire exhaust system today at work. Oops!
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I'm already feeling better, maybe someone did something worse than you deerhurst
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in the vein of shutting things down, wasnt me, but i could possibly do it one day, a colleague of mine once shut down the electricity to 300 odd apartments!
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At my last job a buddy of mine and I accidentally shut down an entire assembly line at an automotive plant with the fire alarm. Thankfully it didn't dump anything but just tripped the interlocks. We had been warning management this was going to happen sooner or later and we managed to do it. Not the worst one to happen while I was there either. Just the worst I was involved in causing.

The one today just started filling the room with smoke. Luckily the ladies in that room are on the ball and found me pretty quick so it was not a biggie.
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Yesterday I traveled a road I rarely use. There was a sign at the school saying "Traffic Laws Strictly Enforced by Photo". I looked for a photo van, didn't see one but did pull my sunvisor down, but I might have been going 17mph in the 15mph zone and there was a small permanent set-up on the side of the road, but THAT did NOT flash.

Does there need to be a flash if the contraption decides one is going to fast??? Or does "no flash" mean no ticket? Thanks.
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sounds like Scottsdale...
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Traffic cameras are illegal in tennessee.
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sounds like Scottsdale...
64th Street south of Sweetwater or Cactus, 85254 so think it's technically NE Phoenix.
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I know they have cameras in fake saguaros...
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