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    This is how you pull a tree stump


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    Not a terribly boneheaded idea, mind - I certainly wasn't expecting that (not that I'm the yardstick for intelligent thought, but still)

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    Ha!

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    I mean the stump is gone right?

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    Shame he wasn't reversing

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    I love the 'Professional Tree Service' advert that pops up

    EDIT: Clicked on one of the other links that appeared at the end of OP clip - This is kinda cool:


    Maybe I should post it in the gardening thread ?
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    Bam! That is a novel way to remove a tree stump.
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    Stumped!
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