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Thread: Hit and run

  1. #1
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    Hit and run

    Uniform guy backed up a little far. Looked at the ac, dropped off uniforms and left. Video was neat.

    Never lost its gas either.




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    I bet he won't have a job come tomorrow.

    Any police reports involved?
    UA LU189

    10mm, because it's better than .45acp

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    Not siding with the uniform guy but the condenser should have some sort of protection around it... Was a matter of time before someone did that... Clearly

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    Been there for damn near 20 years and never been hit. Uniform place wrote the check.

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    Lol as they should have... Like i said not siding with him.... Just saying it was bound to get hit.. Murphys law

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    Not a bad replacement plan.
    Never argue with a crazy man.

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    Was it still operational? If so-" its a work of art.

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    I can see that happening very easily. Your backing up and it's not in your mirrors.
    Sell it in the scratch and dent.

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    nice

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    Wow I'm surprised that it was still holding gas? Looks like thy was a bad day for the uniform guy.

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    So the uniform guy did some Heil razing. I bet he caught some more Heil later that day... Heil-fire and damnation!

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    I bet it works just as well as before it was hit. CAREFULLY push the coil back out and its good as new.

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