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Never knew about this before.

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He sounds Quebecoise, likely Canadian.

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Ok, i watched without sound, so just a guess :slightly_smiling_face:

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He didn’t seem familiar at all with the machine but most of my thoughts was about why he had a big collectionbox right next to where the pieces landed :smile:

I have never heard of it either, almost like a myth. Interesting

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I meant Almost SOUNDS like a myth, I am not some know-it-all guy :joy:

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Goren and Johan view the original on YouTube.
Then open up the sponsoring channel Farmer Helper Machinery
Then open up all videos.
Scroll down to one titled “See Our factory.”
Defiantly not European. Defiantly not US or Canadian.
Taiwan or mainland China I’d say. Korean, maybe?

So thier own designs copying open source principals.
Yep. I think Cody is correct a French-Canadian presenter for sale presentation directly from the Asia factory to the USA market. The clipped dimensions being given in inches.

Ha! Ha! EU, Canadian or USA, Japan and it would be plastered with safety and warning stickers.
S.U.

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I must be one of those snowbilly red necks because a lot of these things make total sense to me.

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Well Tom, as Jerry Clower has said, you know someone is a Redneck if they’ve got a bunch of cars and trucks and only half of em crank up.

I ain’t too proud to admit I might be a redneck.

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How can you tell if he is the best redneck mechanic in town. Half of his vehicles will not crank over and start. But that’s because he only has enough batteries for half of them.

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I think this is from Borlänge?

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That’s right, Jan. I’m sorry you couldn’t make it. You even missed out on a meal at a Thai resturant. I don’t think they served herring and potatoes though :smile:

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I’ve probably never been to a Thai restaurant, I like MAX when I’m in Borlänge.

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