Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Bucket Truck Ballet

Strange, industrial-strength dancing...
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Recently stumbling upon a large sales yard for really large bucket trucks, the lobe of my brain that tends to ponder the odd came up with this one.

In this yard of a dozen or so bucket trucks, they were parked in a "V" formation with each bucket arm almost fully extended. As I drove past, that brain lobe that I spoke of kicked into full gear, and I was treated to an imaginary dance of these trucks and their buckets -- complete with symphonic orchestration...

It was excellent. Weird, but excellent.

zigness, Aug 17 2004

4th Paragraph and picture. http://www.tasc.ac....issue%207/page7.htm
I think that the ferrets might provide more entertainment though!
never mind the stick making! [gnomethang, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

There's another one! http://mysite.wanad...mage_jcb05.jpg.html
[gnomethang, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Dancing Diggers http://www.peterjoh...o.uk/info.asp?ID=48
Still going strong and a snip at £4,000 plus VAT and mileage. [oneoffdave, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       Wierd, but excellent. [+]
yabba do yabba dabba, Aug 17 2004

       This has been seen in the UK on (I think) Esther Rantzens dismal 'That's Life' series. Any UKians care to help out here?. I think that it involved JCBs to the tune(!) of 'The Blue Danube'.
*Edit* Coupla links over there.
gnomethang, Aug 17 2004

       I saw an outfit like this in the UK called Dancing Diggers about a decade ago. Really impressive.
david_scothern, Aug 18 2004

       I have the image of the people from 'ground force' trying this.   

       We're redoing a rather large garden today...
adamosity, Aug 18 2004


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