Global Wild Card Tag

Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Stagehand, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. advNZer?

    advNZer? Long timer

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    Grab

    western themed local Cafe/eatery/bar

    the Arizona,if you zoom in you will see the injun and the sign

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    on Flickr
  2. advNZer?

    advNZer? Long timer

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    If that is acceptable i want to see a tug

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    on Flickr

    if you cant manage a tug i want to see some other machine that is a SPECIALISED beast of burden ie not just any ol truck but a concrete truck or a concrete pump truck or a big assed tractor or harvester...you get the picture
  3. Flashback

    Flashback Mommys Lil Monster

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    Oh man I coulda had one big assssed bridge building crane the other day up close and personal. The thing was SO big that I was able to ride my bike under it (the cockpit and engine of machine itself). They brought it in to lift the pre-assembled bridge into place. It took a fleet of cranes to build the crane that they used to move the bridge. But now the bridge is built and all the cranes are gone.
  4. wb57

    wb57 Long timer

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    This big assed enough?

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  5. wb57

    wb57 Long timer

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    Since I haven't heard that the previous didn't make the cut, here's the next tag:

    Multiple pieces of heavy equipment.

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  6. advNZer?

    advNZer? Long timer

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    that is big assed alright and i guess specialised enough(although not as specialised as i had hoped.Tag on good sir!
  7. wb57

    wb57 Long timer

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    I had a more specialized backup although not necessarily as big assed... Some sort of bridge building machinery:
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  8. advNZer?

    advNZer? Long timer

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    nice,but the multiple machines is still it right?
  9. wb57

    wb57 Long timer

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    Yep. Current tag is multiple pieces of heavy equipment.
  10. RC Pilot

    RC Pilot Shut up and fly!

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    Not anymore! :D Grab
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  11. RC Pilot

    RC Pilot Shut up and fly!

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    Go find something with either Owl in the name or a representation of an owl.
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  12. advNZer?

    advNZer? Long timer

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    Well done I see you play global multi as well
  13. AllBlackPearl

    AllBlackPearl Alpoholic

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    Long time no see! :D

    No time for the game lately, but today I got out for a wee, cold ride and got that:

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    Chouette = French for owl. :wink:

    So, the new tag for you guys is this:

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    A Fiat 500.

    (Yeah, I'm also playing in the global multi tag! Hehe. I liked the Fiat tag.)

    TTFN.
  14. RC Pilot

    RC Pilot Shut up and fly!

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    :clap
  15. EOD3MC

    EOD3MC What will break next

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    Great day for a ride...

    So I head out to get the tag from the local (30 miles away) Fiat dealership....

    At the first intersection I stop at I find this...(Grab #1)
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    But I had plans for other stops so I continued to the dealership for the original planned grab (Grab #2)
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    Of course the salesman comes out, I explain all I need is a picture and explain to him the ADV Photo-tag games. In turn he tells me about this multi-air technology the new fiats use...sounded pretty cool but I'll have to google it later to understand it better....

    So do I get extra ADV points for a multi-multi tag :evil
  16. EOD3MC

    EOD3MC What will break next

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    Trying to come up with a cool tag idea I came across this plantation entrance....noticing the flag stone was 1790, I figured it would make a good theme

    New Theme: a construction flagstone from the 1700's (or at a building 200 years old)

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  17. atomicalex

    atomicalex silly aluminum boxes

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    Must be a stone, or can be simply some indication of the build date? There is some funny stuff over here.
  18. EOD3MC

    EOD3MC What will break next

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    Something that's attached to the building when it was built....no after the fact historical references
  19. eepeqez

    eepeqez Long timer

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  20. kckeeny

    kckeeny Poor Bastard

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    I doubt that stone and/or wall was built in 1790. Look at any other engraved stone and brick work from the 1700's and you will see that they are not even close to being this crisp.

    That being said, according to the national historical society, there is nothing from the 1700's in my state. Unless an Indian burial ground/mound counts. The native Americans did not place stone markers on anything though.