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Big excavator vs small car

(1:24) Warning to the 1 percenters - what happens when you don't pay your employees.

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Guest: Guesto (1478 days ago)
Latest comment: Wait til excavators become robotically controlled. It's just around the corner. Then excavator operators will need the 1%ers to pay their food stamps and Section 8. Maybe they can retrain to become neurosurgeons.
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Latest comment: Wait til excavators become robotically controlled. It's just around the corner. Then excavator operators will need the 1%ers to pay their food stamps and Section 8. Maybe they can retrain to become neurosurgeons.
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Guest: (1598 days ago)
Car is too flat. No excavator could crush the engine block so where is the lump?
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Car is too flat. No excavator could crush the engine block so where is the lump?
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Guest: (1598 days ago)
and you know this for a fact or is it just what you think of it?
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and you know this for a fact or is it just what you think of it?
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Blong Blong (1598 days ago)
The engine block is probably just pushed into the ground
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The engine block is probably just pushed into the ground
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Guest: guest123456789 (1598 days ago)
since we're talking about the one percent, max keiser has sometihing to say about it in his latest episode: LINK Keiser Report: Fake it till you make it or Potemkin policies (E453)
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since we're talking about the one percent, max keiser has sometihing to say about it in his latest episode: LINK Keiser Report: Fake it till you make it or Potemkin policies (E453)
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London1 London1 (1598 days ago)
I'm sure when this first came out that the car belonged to a convicted drug dealer.
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I'm sure when this first came out that the car belonged to a convicted drug dealer.
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1598 days ago)
Great ad for Mercs - the indicator still works!
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Great ad for Mercs - the indicator still works!
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Guest: Tiny Tim (1597 days ago)
No other Merc has working indicators.
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No other Merc has working indicators.
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Guest: stipps (1598 days ago)
its a swiss advert ...
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its a swiss advert ...
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