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    Howdy, Snowed in and found this amusing.
    https://youtu.be/lkqz3lpUBp0
    *M.A.D.*

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    How wonderful! Thanks for. sharing. this would be a good thread to keep alive!

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    Now THAT was funny!!

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    I'm afraid that if modern cell and text drivers see this they will have an excuse that distracted diving has always been around and is acceptable. Cool film clip and thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks, glad You guys enjoyed that good ole' time clip!
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    That was good. Here's some more humor. Can't remember where I found them though.
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    The lod almost bit it at .45.
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    Fantastic! I never new that you could drive around the Washington Sq fountain. It's been blocked since I was a kid. Cool stuff if ya grew up in Manhattan like I did. Bob L

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJo357 View Post
    Howdy, Snowed in and found this amusing.
    https://youtu.be/lkqz3lpUBp0
    *M.A.D.*
    This was a small part of Harold Lloyd's last full length feature silent film "Speedy" from 1928. The clip includes the bit where Babe Ruth makes an appearance when he hires Harold's cab to get to Yankee Stadium. Also appearing in that sequence looking through the cab's window is Ruth's fellow Yankee, Lou ______.
    AFJ

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    Bob Rice #6738
    He that conquereth his own soul is greater than he who taketh a city.

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