Discussion in 'General' started by Mongo, May 13, 2009.
I've seen these guys live. They put on a killer show.
1 - This is a repost.
2 - Love the silly red neck on mower intro
3 - Evidently, singing AC/DC isn't something anybody can do......
Maybe they could do a battle of the bands with these guys
Very interesting video from my home state.
FMRRA down here in Florida just added a new sidecar class. There's like 4 or 5 of them so far. They're cool.
Check this one out, it's a 360 camera that you can control. Click and hold your mouse down on the vid when it's playing and you can turn it to look anywhere.
almost forgot about 2cellos... those dudes are crazy good... they still have youtube shit out 4 years later ... just saw this one
Interesting recreation room in the cellar.
Peter Essaff just moved to Florida. He brought his rigs down and went north and bought a few more to jumps start the class. He ran in the world championships back in the 90's.
Now they just gotta get Tim Joyce back!
He's been testing a little at Jennings over the winter, but his main focus seems to be AHRMA.
Dog lovers must watch.....LOL!!!!
I'm married to an CBC; Chinese Born Chinese woman. If that's not a XX female- I've lost it.
Looks like a chic to me
Im in love w/ that girl!!!!
did you notice her bf was eyeballing/crowding the american-cheapskate/haggler the whole video. watch at the end when he is checking the bag/sizes, he is mean mugging dude for stealing all her commision.
I saw him at Jersey last year and before that he was at mosport. He gets better with age. Incredible fast and smooth. And a cool dude to boot.
"Jim", on his very first attempt, fires at the targets from right to left only. In the other attempts, he fires right to left to right to left. His subsequent cadence is quicker as well.
Jim is not a good example for what's trying to be portrayed.
"Christy", on the other hand, is a good example as her cadence is consistent in all her attempts, as is her sequence of targeting. The point is made with her shootings.
Do I think it's intentionally skewed? No, just not done very well.
Bottom line is the points being made...
Capacity matters, but not as much as skill.
No skill? Better have capacity.
Apparently, Glock owners suck at Marksmanship.
The infrastructure must be measured in cubic dollars, making Porsche prices appear to be worth every penny.
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