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+17 1. ZaMpTi commented 9 years ago

Child labor or fun?
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+12 2. torbengb commented 9 years ago

It was probably fun the first day. Not fun after realizing this is his full-time job for the next 60 years.

You don't become this good at operating heavy machinery just because your working daddy lets you sit on his lap once in a while. This little guy seems to have the skills of a trained worker. It's impressive - but also very sad.
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+21 3. cosminb commented 9 years ago

#1 Are you kidding me? I would've given an arm and a leg when I was little to be allowed to "play" with one of these... :)
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+7 4. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

I wish I had such toys when I was a kid.
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+3 5. ben26 commented 9 years ago

You gotta be joking! :O
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+10 6. Spartan118 commented 9 years ago

#2 I think you're exaggerating. Kids are ridiculous, they can learn things insanely quick. They play games that a lot of adults need to look up guides on what to do. Im sure that this is just a game to him and he just taught himself while watching his dad. He might be able to operate it really well but I dont think he fully understands what he's doing and how dangerous it is. To him its just: "Im making the cool big thing move like daddy does."
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+9 7. BrahmaBull commented 9 years ago

These things are actually pretty easy to handle because you don't have to use a clutch and change gears. I drove tractors when i was about the same age at it was a bitch to change gears when you're too small to reach the pedals while sitting down. It was not as #2 suggested as actual work. It was just for fun for me. My brother helped out with pretty advanced field work when he was 7 because he loved doing it. He still loves it now close to 40 years later.
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-3 8. bountyhunter53 commented 9 years ago

Erm... ok.
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+4 9. plurft commented 9 years ago

I think I may have an idea for a x'mas present for my llittle 3yo this year >:)

I may need a bigger garden tho... or I can let my boy sort this out afterwards
>:) >:) >:) >:) >:)
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+4 10. Judge-Jake commented 9 years ago

I had one of those when I was a lad TONKA it said on the side, of course I was a lot smaller in those days. >:)
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+2 11. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

Apparently he wants to be a doctor when he grows up.
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+3 12. lvennard commented 9 years ago

Holy Crap!
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+5 13. joeman commented 9 years ago

When you got it, you got it.
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-3 14. thundersnow commented 9 years ago

I know as a kid I would have been very envious...huh, whadda ya mean by that #11 lol? :S
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+2 15. braveheart2052 commented 9 years ago

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0 16. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

Looks like NIKE has branched out. :O