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Bizarre...

BTW, you can use tinyurl.com to convert that beastly URL into this:

Video: How to load a commercial dump truck onto a sailboat? — Autoblog

Doing this also prevents the autolinking engine from picking up words like rigging in a url and screwing up the link.
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These people are very creative.
http://www.autoblog.com/2010/01/06/video-how-to-load-a-commercial-dump-truck-onto-a-sailboat/?icid=main|main|dl6|link7|http%3A%2F%2Fwww.autoblo g.com%2F2010%2F01%2F06%2Fvideo-how-to-load-a-commercial-dump-truck-onto-a-sailboat%2F
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Given current events, those Haitians are going to need that sort of insane resourcefulness. Nice link...thanks.
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I once heard a story about a shiny new car being delivered by sailboat, a 15' inflatable was lashed on top of it inflated. It rolled off the deck during a storm, and the inflatable was seen, swamping around the islands, with a car underneath it.
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