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zinfamous

No Lifer
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Stoats are bigger, don't they have a bit of an arch too? The dance thing though, yeah. I just can't get over the sheer tenacity of the little bastards. My folks brought back some video from Scotland years ago of a chase they witnessed while visiting. Was a lot like this.

I just assumed that was a baby stoat. They start small, too. :D
 

kage69

Lifer
Jul 17, 2003
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I saw shit similar to that when I was in the Navy.
A Ticonderoga cruiser bounces around quite a lot in bad seas. Carriers have it easy.
Can confirm. I've seen video of the top heavy Ticonderogas in heavy seas, talk about that lean. Yikes. No thanks.

Still, could be worse. Pretty much any modern boat would be better than a being on a destroyer escort in the North Atlantic during WWII. Those guys had it so bad it's mind boggling. Tougher than anchor chain those men. Respect.
 

Svnla

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Strange that only the adults have helmets on.
You want more strange? Only 2 adults per scooter (the cops could give you ticket if you have 3 or more adults on a scooter) but if you have kids (no helmet required, only recommend) and/or animals, then you can get as much on as possible. No problem.
 
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