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2019-12-01 02:54:25 PM  
that's in his other truck

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2019-12-01 03:14:07 PM  
it's not bad inside. outside lets it down a bit, imo
 
2019-12-01 03:20:10 PM  
Did he stucco that damn thing on the outside?
Inside looks cool though
 
2019-12-01 04:53:47 PM  
Makes it handy to sleep off a night at the pub.

I'm guessing wherever he goes, power lines and low-hanging obstacles must be something you really have to watch for.
 
2019-12-01 05:24:06 PM  
Does it have a fireplace
 
2019-12-01 05:30:54 PM  
First thing that ran through my mind, besides, "Ok that'd be kinda cool."

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2019-12-01 05:36:46 PM  
How does he connect and later drain his water system...?
 
2019-12-01 05:40:31 PM  
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2019-12-01 05:40:52 PM  
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2019-12-01 05:47:10 PM  
I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.
 
2019-12-01 05:49:50 PM  
 
2019-12-01 05:50:11 PM  
Came for Top Gear, left feeling middle age
 
2019-12-01 05:53:56 PM  

DubtodaIll: I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.


That's the beauty of it. You can just drive to where it will but up to code. As loong as there aren't any overpasses.
 
2019-12-01 05:57:12 PM  
Ethiopia had under 40M people in 1984. Now, 35 years later it's 120M. So yea I can see why there might be a bit of a housing shortage.
 
2019-12-01 06:00:03 PM  

Harry Freakstorm: DubtodaIll: I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.

That's the beauty of it. You can just drive to where it will but up to code. As loong as there aren't any overpasses.


Code?Seriously?
 
2019-12-01 06:03:37 PM  
It's the imaginarium of Abinet Tadesse.
 
2019-12-01 06:10:46 PM  

Harry Freakstorm: DubtodaIll: I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.

That's the beauty of it. You can just drive to where it will but up to code. As loong as there aren't any overpasses.


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2019-12-01 06:11:47 PM  

Harry Freakstorm: DubtodaIll: I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.

That's the beauty of it. You can just drive to where it will but up to code. As loong as there aren't any overpasses.


Somalia, for instance.
 
2019-12-01 06:13:08 PM  
My grandma drove a nice Rambler.
 
2019-12-01 06:31:47 PM  

Zuzax: Harry Freakstorm: DubtodaIll: I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.

That's the beauty of it. You can just drive to where it will but up to code. As loong as there aren't any overpasses.

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There is a bridge like that about three houses up from our house. We have at least one truck hit it every year. Shakes the house and rattles the windows.
 
2019-12-01 06:56:28 PM  

blondambition: Zuzax: Harry Freakstorm: DubtodaIll: I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.

That's the beauty of it. You can just drive to where it will but up to code. As loong as there aren't any overpasses.

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There is a bridge like that about three houses up from our house. We have at least one truck hit it every year. Shakes the house and rattles the windows.


If nothing else it's a testimony to bridge engineering.  Anything that can take as many hits as 11'8" and still function just fine is a solid piece of work.
 
2019-12-01 07:17:32 PM  

Dead for Tax Reasons: that's in his other truck

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That reminds of the mobile arcade truck in the 80s. My neighbor got it for his birthday one year. Best thing ever. Play for free for like an hour or so.
 
2019-12-01 07:22:28 PM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: blondambition: Zuzax: Harry Freakstorm: DubtodaIll: I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.

That's the beauty of it. You can just drive to where it will but up to code. As loong as there aren't any overpasses.

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There is a bridge like that about three houses up from our house. We have at least one truck hit it every year. Shakes the house and rattles the windows.

If nothing else it's a testimony to bridge engineering.  Anything that can take as many hits as 11'8" and still function just fine is a solid piece of work.


All the impacts were taking a toll on the bridge so a few years back they installed a beam the same height as the bridge to act as the can-opener.  Alas, the glory days of 11foot8 have past as the bridge was recently raised 8 inches to 12' 4".
 
2019-12-01 07:23:50 PM  
If this were built by an Italian, there would've been two kitchens
 
2019-12-01 07:23:59 PM  

Zuzax: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: blondambition: Zuzax: Harry Freakstorm: DubtodaIll:  Alas, the glory days of 11foot8 have past as the bridge was recently raised 8 inches to 12' 4".


Passed.
 
2019-12-01 07:45:37 PM  

Zuzax: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: blondambition: Zuzax: Harry Freakstorm: DubtodaIll: I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.

That's the beauty of it. You can just drive to where it will but up to code. As loong as there aren't any overpasses.

There is a bridge like that about three houses up from our house. We have at least one truck hit it every year. Shakes the house and rattles the windows.

If nothing else it's a testimony to bridge engineering.  Anything that can take as many hits as 11'8" and still function just fine is a solid piece of work.

All the impacts were taking a toll on the bridge so a few years back they installed a beam the same height as the bridge to act as the can-opener.  Alas, the glory days of 11foot8 have past as the bridge was recently raised 8 inches to 12' 4".


It has already taken a hit at the new hight...  http://11foot8.com/
 
2019-12-01 07:49:05 PM  
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2019-12-01 08:30:57 PM  

nanim: How does he connect and later drain his water system...?


It's the latest in open air designs.  You just crap out the window.
 
2019-12-01 08:42:30 PM  

Mikeyworld: Zuzax: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: blondambition: Zuzax: Harry Freakstorm: DubtodaIll: I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.

That's the beauty of it. You can just drive to where it will but up to code. As loong as there aren't any overpasses.

There is a bridge like that about three houses up from our house. We have at least one truck hit it every year. Shakes the house and rattles the windows.

If nothing else it's a testimony to bridge engineering.  Anything that can take as many hits as 11'8" and still function just fine is a solid piece of work.

All the impacts were taking a toll on the bridge so a few years back they installed a beam the same height as the bridge to act as the can-opener.  Alas, the glory days of 11foot8 have past as the bridge was recently raised 8 inches to 12' 4".

It has already taken a hit at the new hight...  http://11foot8.com/


It's good to see people keeping up the old ways, eh comrades?
 
2019-12-01 09:33:38 PM  

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Is that a helicopter?
 
2019-12-01 11:00:39 PM  

The Pope of Manwich Village: My grandma drove a nice Rambler.


Midnight?
 
2019-12-02 01:01:39 AM  

sex_and_drugs_for_ian: Harry Freakstorm: DubtodaIll: I'm no home inspector but I doubt that things up to code.

That's the beauty of it. You can just drive to where it will but up to code. As loong as there aren't any overpasses.

Somalia, for instance.


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