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Old 07-12-2015, 08:24 PM   #11775
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I'd probably clog the barrel.
Not with enough black powder loaded up...
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Old 07-12-2015, 08:30 PM   #11776
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Not with enough black powder loaded up...
That would be a really big BANG!!
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Old 07-12-2015, 08:48 PM   #11777
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That would be a really big BANG!!
Have you met Tim???
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Old 07-12-2015, 09:03 PM   #11778
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That would be a really big BANG!!
Nope

That would be a really widdle BANG!!



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That would be a really widdle BANG!!

Slim....widdle???
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Old 07-12-2015, 10:13 PM   #11782
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I'd probably clog the barrel.

They use the larger diameter guys to swab the barrel. The only time that I witnessed a human cannon ball thing was at a state fair. The guy left the barrel before the bang and smoke. I guess as in most things, timing is everything.
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Well guys and gal, I will not be doing the human cannonball. My athletic days are long gone. I'll age gracefully sipping coffee on the back deck watching the wife weed the garden! Woo is me.
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Not with enough black powder loaded up...
They DON"T USE BLACK POWDER NOW IT IS COMPRESSED AIR...
I guess to save the air quality.

And maybe the black smoke would dirty up the spandex suits.

Flying through the air at 75 M.P.H. will be a kick in the pants.
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Old 07-13-2015, 08:46 AM   #11786
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They DON"T USE BLACK POWDER NOW IT IS COMPRESSED AIR...
I guess to save the air quality.

And maybe the black smoke would dirty up the spandex suits.

Flying through the air at 75 M.P.H. will be a kick in the pants.
As I was washing the bugs off my windshield a thought came to me. Who aims that cannon?
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As I was washing the bugs off my windshield a thought came to me. Who aims that cannon?

And what is the training/education level of the net crew? Are they OJT, with no prior experience? Minimum wage? Former job was walking behind the elephants with a shovel?

There is an old saying concerning a jumper who packs his own parachute. He lives long enough to perform that task again.

Actually I just made that up because I know nothing about jumping out of an airplane. I preferred to ride all mine to the ground with the copilot at the controls. That way if we crashed, I could blame him.
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Issue for discussion:

What is it about public hair? If itís public then it should be ok to be seen in public! I could understand if it were private hair. Private hair should be private. When you go to the beach there is some hair you want to see and some you donít want to see. For men head, chest, back, legs, arms, thatís ok. For women, well, head and a little of the other and that should be called public hair. The rest should be private. We RV owners appreciate a good wax job. I say that what we call public hair now should be called private hair in the future and all the rest can be public!

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