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    Default Angry bird

    in the same Club-bar where I made bar stools, I was asked to do something special on the scene at the entrance to the dressing room strippers

    Today brought the creature and equipment in place, tomorrow I will install





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    You are a man will a lot of talent, no doubt about that.
    Some of those lies people tell about me, are true

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    Ruslan, that thing is awesome.

    Do you have any pictures of the build?

    I hope you are being paid well for your efforts as they are quite impressive.


    Руслан, что вещь является удивительным.

    Есть ли у вас фотографии строить?

    Я надеюсь, что вам платят и за ваши усилия, поскольку они являются весьма впечатляющими.
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    If by "stripper" you mean women who remove their clothes, this will be quite interesting for the club!

    I think you are referring to just a bathroom. Google Translate told me so.

    Если под "зачистки" Вы имеете в виду женщин, снять одежду, это будет очень интересно для клуба!

    Я думаю, что вы имеете в виду только ванная комната. Google Translate мне сказал.
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    Any day on a motorcycle like this that ends just needing parts and labor is a good day.
    4.82, 158.67mph 1/8th mile 7.350, 200.35mph 1/4 mile

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportbike View Post
    Ruslan, that thing is awesome.

    Do you have any pictures of the build?

    I hope you are being paid well for your efforts as they are quite impressive.


    Руслан, что вещь является удивительным.

    Есть ли у вас фотографии строить?

    Я надеюсь, что вам платят и за ваши усилия, поскольку они являются весьма впечатляющими.
    if to photograph assembly process that at me on phone there will be no place on a memory card
    of course I get paid for my work

    Quote Originally Posted by sportbike View Post
    If by "stripper" you mean women who remove their clothes, this will be quite interesting for the club!

    I think you are referring to just a bathroom. Google Translate told me so.

    Если под "зачистки" Вы имеете в виду женщин, снять одежду, это будет очень интересно для клуба!

    Я думаю, что вы имеете в виду только ванная комната. Google Translate мне сказал.
    this thing will be hanging over the entrance to the stage, to the left of the entrance dressing room for women (who show a striptease) from the right on the stage pole (pylon) on which they revolve(I also did a pylon)
    thanks for dubbing in Russian, very nice and I understand exactly what you are saying
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    Forget about assembly photos .... fill your phone with photos of the girls next to the new bird
    ;-)

    Забудьте о сборке фотографий .... заполнить телефон с фото девушек рядом с новой птицей
    ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sportbike View Post
    Forget about assembly photos .... fill your phone with photos of the girls next to the new bird
    ;-)

    Забудьте о сборке фотографий .... заполнить телефон с фото девушек рядом с новой птицей
    ;-)
    I don't visit such places, I there appear when that is necessary that to repair or construct
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    As always great job. I like the shocks, pegs and seats on the stools. The monster is great. How did you carve out the head. Teeth look not to hard.

    Как и всегда. Мне нравится, что потрясений, штифты и мест в табуреты. Этот монстр. Надеемся вы привлечет в головке блока цилиндров. Внешний вид зубов не жесткий.
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    Fantastic work! I was hoping for a picture with the dragon's wings attached! Super nice. Thanks for sharing your work with us.
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    today installed this creature








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    Wow. It is a bit larger than I originally thought. If you get back and can take a few overall shots once it is fully installed, post them up on here as well.


    Wow. Это немного больше, чем я думал. Если вы вернетесь и может занять несколько общих снимков, когда он будет полностью установлена​​, размещать их на здесь.
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    4.82, 158.67mph 1/8th mile 7.350, 200.35mph 1/4 mile

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    Finally got you see you smile, all it took was a poll. Project looks great, last picture a little scary. Was the second to the last picture involved before the last picture... You made my day, very funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    Finally got you see you smile, all it took was a poll. Project looks great, last picture a little scary. Was the second to the last picture involved before the last picture... You made my day, very funny.
    after good work , need a good rest (especially if rest at the expense of an institution)
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    Absolutely amazing! I bet it will look even scarier with the right night time lighting.
    Long arc, short arc, heliarc and in-the-dark!

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    WOW!!!~!!!QQQ!!~#E%$%#$##@EWEWSWQ!~!~!!!!

    That's the coolest thing I have seen so far!!
    How in the world do you even start to make something like that?!?

    We NEED build pics...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambozo View Post
    Absolutely amazing! I bet it will look even scarier with the right night time lighting.
    You mean like when you are 19, in the Air Force, at a local strip club getting drunk and make a date with the prettiest stripper in the joint.................Then you go to pick her up the next day and you realize that there IS such a thing as beer goggles!!! Yikes..
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    Everlast...The welder used in the finest strip joints across the world.

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    Ok, but Hobart?

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    LOL yea he is using his hobart....
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