Could we, maybe...NOT this?
Lucky #13! Thanks, Sifty!
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As...unorthodox...as that landing was, it was very close to going much worse at a couple of moments and I'm curious how much of that was down to luck or skill.
Where does he get off leaving Don out of the top 5 Knots? Downvoted.
If I'm reading the stats right, he was hitting 75-83% with that technique. It may look goofy, but if it works...
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Kill. It. With. Fire.
It's like a dooj, but with a little extra je ne sais quoi.
What's a booj?
I'd be afraid to practice that given the consequences of failure.
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I didn't see a sarcasm tag, so I'm going to presume you were asking about the road setup. This is exit 19-B westbound on IH-1 in Honolulu, the eastern end of H201. The nearest highway entry is about a half mile back. That entry comes in as its own dedicated lane, and then becomes exit-only here. (The next lane over is exit-or-go-straight.) I'm guessing the driver either entered there and waited too long to get over into the main lanes, or he drifted into the entry-exit lane to pass the car with the dashcam, not realizing the lane was about to exit.
does that seem like a proper road entry? I can't think of where I've seen anything like that before
It's my understanding that it wasn't just a fad, but they were outlawed in the US. Choking hazard, don'tcha know. Wonderballs do exist in the US, but the surprise inside isn't a toy; instead it's more candy or chocolate.
We don't have Kinder Eggs in the US, but we did have Wonder Balls in the 1990s. It was only a fad however and we have yet to have anything like Kinder Egg or Wonder Ball since.
This is ALMOST perfect. BEST Kinder Egg ever.
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