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Old 03-16-2014, 11:13 AM   #169
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I miss this thread.... There will not be a Friday night for 2 months for me..... just Monday's I am on a 7day/2 month/4pm-2:30am shift..... My liver loves my lifestyle ..... right now........

How's this for some counter-weight?
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How many pounds of counter-weight is that??
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Old 03-16-2014, 05:32 PM   #171
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I miss this thread.... There will not be a Friday night for 2 months for me..... just Monday's I am on a 7day/2 month/4pm-2:30am shift..... My liver loves my lifestyle ..... right now........
I guess that I will have to double-up to pick up your slack.
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Old 03-16-2014, 08:36 PM   #172
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Old 03-17-2014, 09:36 AM   #173
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Holy Smoke!!!

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(The Manitowoc 16000 lattice-boom crawler crane, with a standard rated lift capacity of 440 tons, is now available with the company's MAX-ER attachment, which can provide up to 256 tons of counterweight for the machine. The MAX-ER allows longer boom lengths and added capacity at any given radius, says Manitowoc. Standard boom length for the 16000 is 315 feet, but the MAX-ER allows 394 feet of main boom. When used with a luffing jib, the standard 16000 can handle 177 feet of boom and 275 feet of jib, for a total reach of 452 feet. With the MAX-ER, boom length can increase to 295 feet, resulting (with the 275-foot jib) in 570 feet of reach. The MAX-ER attachment for the 16000 also is equipped with a hydraulically driven stinger, which allows the operator in the cab to adjust the position of the MAX-ER behind the crane.)
Thank you Larry for being a team player........
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The DW likes these: Rio Star Grapefruit Margarita
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Screw it, its Wednesday but it was an unbelievably stressful day. Full blown Manhattans tonight.
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Sounds like your day was like being on a swinging chain Larry
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Well, it's Thursday now but I think pushed around had the right idea!
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I'm making a variation of a Pink Greyhound when I get home. Just using what I have on hand:

Tall glass with ice
Big shot (~2+ oz) Vodka
Half that much Triple Sec
Fill with Pink grapefruit juice

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We brought a few of these into the country.
Yummmmmmm.
Be careful, too much ice can make your head hurt the next day.
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Tonight it's my own stuff. Starting with a great Russian Imperial Stout 9.8% ABV, and then backing it down with a smooth tasting Cherry Wheat light.
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