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January 05, 2018


Man Creates Makeshift Snowplow Out Of Lawnmower And Flatscreen Television Box

(Thanks to John Lobert)


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Not bad, but a REAL innovator would have used the actual TV, facing him, wired into a super-sized battery, with the remote duct-taped to the hood, next to the bag of pretzels.

Stixnstonz, I think that's the pilot for the new reality series - Guys in Action!™

Although I am patenting this name, I will share royalties with the blogfolk.

That "plow" needs to be angled to work properly.

We could use that to remove the homeless from the sidewalk.

MOTW - Excellent...I think you're onto a goldmine. I'd tune in. Sounds way better than 99% of the current reality lineup! (Sponsored by Old Spice and Captain Morgan).

MOTW they could have a follow up show called Gals In Action! It would basically consist of women taking men to the emergency room and then trying to explain to the E.R. staff what he was doing when he got hurt. I'd watch it.

Nothing runs like a Deere... and you obviously have to be plowed to think up an idea like that.

NC - Great concept, but I would like to suggest a sub-title: "I Married A Dumb@$$"

A spinoff of GUY'S IN ACTION could be titled: HOLD MY BEER AND WATCH THIS.
Too bad SURVIVOR is already taken. Perhaps a spinoff to that one could be titled LOSERS?

I would improve this thingy by attaching a flamethrower. Anything can be improved with a flamethrower.

Forget the woman's asparagus. Send this guy to Washington.

Ralph is right.

That name again is Mr. Plow

The lawyers made sure that the warranty covers that.

I used to love watching boxing when I was young....

"Arrogant, pompous, obnoxious, vain, cruel, verbose, a showoff. There's no question that I'm all of those things."
- Howard Cosell

Geezer boxing match passes to anyone who remembers Howard Cosell.

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