I think that may be her concern. I’ve even tried promising her she could use it (she does love all things dragon, after all), but it’s still a ‘no.’ (She says, “it is in fact terrible the way I treat the sweetie.”)
(Too small to read, but the sign promises a $271 fine for opening the gate when the train crossing lights are flashing.)
Probably means she’s got her own.
This is a great metaphor for programming problems.
Pretty sure a lot of them do. Fire trucks where I live are usually capable of driving right through a gate like that.
If anyone was curious but doesn’t speak spanish, He’s trying to open the gate so they can get their fire-truck through, he stops because they tell him they found another access point to the property to get the truck in.
Do you always tuck in your shirt without a belt?
Just during flamethrower season. Lets the weeds know I mean business.
a word of advice: sooner or later every unidirectional overkill capability ends in a MAD stalemate
It might take a while, though.
It is around here. Much bigger ones, in fact.
Thanks for reminding me…poor old Reuben Clamso.
That’s exactly the model I have!
Careful with it around concrete… the steam explosions spall off chips that can contain sharp pieces of aggregate.
I bet that made the annual FD v PD softball game a little awkward…
So, you’re saying beschizza is a big, bodacious tool?
was this a t or f in the last word?
Oh, but firemen have even better ways of opening doors and gates — try Googling “firefighting forcible entry tools” (with special attention to anything called a ‘halligan’ or ‘hooligan’ bar).
Lots of fun toys for levering, prying, breaking and smashing.
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