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(The Drive)   Madmen who don't understand the concept of "Just because you could, doesn't mean you should," build world's first jet-powered cheese wedge   ( divider line
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2020-10-28 5:06:43 AM  
"Do you love cheese enough to strap yourself to a jet engine with no roll bar?"

The answer is yes. The answer is always yes.
2020-10-28 5:08:44 AM  
"If you can do it, fondue it!" I always say.
2020-10-28 5:35:36 AM  
Madmen heard telling critics of the jet wedge, "it's nacho problem"
2020-10-28 5:36:31 AM  
I think it looks grate.
2020-10-28 5:46:22 AM  
It's not very safe, it'll be no Gouda in a crash.
2020-10-28 5:59:22 AM  
If it rolls over, he'd have to be pulled out fromunda.
2020-10-28 6:46:46 AM  
Farking packers fans...
2020-10-28 7:17:38 AM  
Okay, but how does it handle in da snow dere?
2020-10-28 7:55:59 AM  
That is NOT how you make nachos.
2020-10-28 8:07:56 AM  
Innovation marches on, in the name of cheese.

Everyone told Beethoven he couldn't write music, but he didn't listen to them.
2020-10-28 9:07:11 AM  
I prefer the pulse jet ice boat.  I wonder if these guys are still alive:

pulse jet ice boat
Youtube 26vCEWVNFYI
2020-10-28 9:07:41 AM  
Jet powered? Is he Lactose Intolerant?
2020-10-28 2:32:07 PM  
Was going to post a pulsejet link to Hobby King, but see they have discontinued them. :-(

Back to making them out of umbrella stands/and automotive coils packs farkers.

Actual small turbines are _much_ more expensive, not much louder and no V1 noise, so no point.
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