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(B104.7 Syracuse)   Monster Trucks. 40-tons of dirt. 39,000 people. 27,000 pictures. 84 hours. One hell of a transformation time lapse   (b1047.net ) divider line
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2013-03-23 03:55:14 PM  
SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY
 
2013-03-23 04:23:58 PM  
That was pretty cool. Annoying music though but then what do you expect from the Orange Men?
 
2013-03-23 05:13:18 PM  
As a former/recovering Republican I totally understand why they do this - money,  It *is* a lovely sight (to the uneducated) to hear and see 'Brrrrrm, berrrrrrrm!, Crush, bang-Brrroooom!"  And the effort to prepare the venue costs, hopefully less, than the collected admission and concession revenues.

But from an engineering perspective... sheesh, the waste.
 
2013-03-23 05:55:01 PM  

douchebag/hater: That was pretty cool. Annoying music though but then what do you expect from the Orange Men?


Yes very cool but goddamnit FARK THAT SITE for their MAX volume, annoying BS music.

I need to turn flashblock back on again.
 
2013-03-23 06:56:09 PM  

RatOmeter: As a former/recovering Republican I totally understand why they do this - money,  It *is* a lovely sight (to the uneducated) to hear and see 'Brrrrrm, berrrrrrrm!, Crush, bang-Brrroooom!"  And the effort to prepare the venue costs, hopefully less, than the collected admission and concession revenues.

But from an engineering perspective... sheesh, the waste.


As a current and unrepentant Republican my stand point on this event, along with almost all time/money spent on sporting events is "That much time, effort, and money is spent on something so stupid. Think of the medical research we could do."
 
2013-03-23 07:36:24 PM  
Another radio station web site trying to be a video site and failing completly
 
2013-03-23 10:33:42 PM  
To be honest, I always wanted to see how that was done.  Soooo Thanks, I guess...
 
2013-03-24 04:49:37 AM  
Nuh nuh nuh nuh nuh nuh nuh now I know how that is done.
 
2013-03-24 08:10:58 AM  

nin3064: To be honest, I always wanted to see how that was done.  Soooo Thanks, I guess...


indeed. logistically and technically it's fascinating, it's just a shame the end result is something so pointless and neanderthalistic
 
2013-03-24 08:27:03 AM  

randomjsa: RatOmeter: As a former/recovering Republican I totally understand why they do this - money,  It *is* a lovely sight (to the uneducated) to hear and see 'Brrrrrm, berrrrrrrm!, Crush, bang-Brrroooom!"  And the effort to prepare the venue costs, hopefully less, than the collected admission and concession revenues.

But from an engineering perspective... sheesh, the waste.

As a current and unrepentant Republican my stand point on this event, along with almost all time/money spent on sporting events is "That much time, effort, and money is spent on something so stupid. Think of the medical research we could do."


As a current and unrepentant former Republican who is also NOT a Democrat but instead an independent thinker my stand point on this event, along with almost all time/money spent on sporting events is "Hey, cool, its an activity contributes to the local, state and national economy, generating taxes that do get spent on medical research."

/The trucks themselves are a cool blend of engineering AND artistic expression
//Have gone to see them in action
///Indoors, once.
 
2013-03-25 02:28:52 AM  
As a libertarian my stand point is, I hope a lot of people made a lot of money off of this.  I sincerely hope nobody was defrauded or injured in any way.  I most certainly hope that thousands of fools were parted from their money and the people receiving the money are largely fools themselves.  Thus I can potentially partake in the parting of their money.
 
2013-03-25 01:05:27 PM  
If Monster Jam came to the dome when I was at cuse I would have been there and extremely drunk.
 
2013-03-26 01:20:52 AM  
I like how I had to enable java for two crappy radio websites for this one. People are just trolling now.
b1047.net and hot1079.com
 
2013-03-26 11:23:06 PM  

RatOmeter: And the effort to prepare the venue costs, hopefully less, than the collected admission and concession revenues.


If the events cost more to stage than they bring in revenue then I would think monster truck shows would cease to exist.  Unless it's one of those Uwe Boll tax-break kind of deals, but this isn't Germany.
 
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