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This is pretty cool...

 

You'll see Glowinski pushing a car down the highway, I'm assuming the person ran out of gas and put the car in neutral.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, CurBeatElite said:

This is pretty cool...

 

You'll see Glowinski pushing a car down the highway, I'm assuming the person ran out of gas and put the car in neutral.

 

 

It would have been easier if the parking brake was off though...........

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So if he pulls a hammy? :dunno:

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I wonder if he would do that if a semi ran out of gas, lol.

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1 hour ago, Four2itus said:

It would have been easier if the parking brake was off though...........

 

Problem was, they started out in nuetral but missed their exit and got a speeding ticket.

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This is all just part of the Mudd technique.

 

OGs push cars up random roads. 

 

OTs, on the other hand, have to stand on Pennsylvania Ave. and stop manned scooters from getting around them...by any means necessary. 

 

Not sure what Kelly and the Cs do. 

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Love seeing stuff like this! I like that a lot of our guys seem to have a heart and are willing to help when they see people in need. Good stuff!

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Wow, what a good Samaritan culture this team has! 

Changing tires and pushing stalled cars through intersections.

 

Could someone tell one of the boys that my grass needs cut,

It's only a fifteen minute job push mowing. Evansville isn't

that far of a drive from Indy.

 

Dang after work Blue Moons "plural" has me posting silly

stuff again....seriously though, these

guys are off the charts awesome!

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4 hours ago, Devildog said:

I wonder if he would do that if a semi ran out of gas, lol.

Hello Q, it’s Glow. You busy?

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It just another Ballard guy helping another motorist we definitely got a team we can be proud of. 

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14 hours ago, shastamasta said:

This is all just part of the Mudd technique.

 

OGs push cars up random roads. 

 

OTs, on the other hand, have to stand on Pennsylvania Ave. and stop manned scooters from getting around them...by any means necessary. 

 

Not sure what Kelly and the Cs do. 

 

They bull rush Longhorns in farms. :) 

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