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No Chainsaw? No Problem for the Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport


(10/9/2014)

No chainsaw? No problem!

Dean Bulloch from D&P Performance demonstrateshow to clear a tree (literally) on an Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport.

This group was riding near Cedar City, Utah, last week.



Comments (6):

Nuray says:
12/19/2015 4:13:00 PM

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Nuray says:
12/19/2015 4:13:00 PM

As a professional truck driver (University educated), I object to the notion that trucking is a fall-back job for the unskilled. Although it is not rocket science, it is a demanding job requiring many skills besides sitting behind the wheel. You need maturity, a responsible attitude, patience and, often, very quick thinking. Truckers usually work around 80 hours per week and good truckers can make 80-100 K per annum. Society doesn't pay you that kind of money for nothing. Truckers bring you all of the goods that you need or want in your stores. Imagine how our society would function if we suddenly went back to the horse and buggy days? A computer may be able to do some of the work driving down the highway, but I wonder how it would cope with tight docks, inclement weather, irate drivers, bad road design or mechanical failures? Furthermore, society needs to address the issue of providing a livelihood for people that have been made obsolete. Simply telling them that they're out of luck and they can just starve to death and go to hell isn't going to cut it. We need a new social paradigm to deal the millions of people who are or will be replaced by technology. The people who become fabulously rich from new technology will HAVE to share with the ones who are displaced by it or we will have a huge social upheaval coming our way on par with the French Revolution. Don't say I didn't warn you!
Nuray says:
12/19/2015 4:13:00 PM

As a professional truck driver (University educated), I object to the notion that trucking is a fall-back job for the unskilled. Although it is not rocket science, it is a demanding job requiring many skills besides sitting behind the wheel. You need maturity, a responsible attitude, patience and, often, very quick thinking. Truckers usually work around 80 hours per week and good truckers can make 80-100 K per annum. Society doesn't pay you that kind of money for nothing. Truckers bring you all of the goods that you need or want in your stores. Imagine how our society would function if we suddenly went back to the horse and buggy days? A computer may be able to do some of the work driving down the highway, but I wonder how it would cope with tight docks, inclement weather, irate drivers, bad road design or mechanical failures? Furthermore, society needs to address the issue of providing a livelihood for people that have been made obsolete. Simply telling them that they're out of luck and they can just starve to death and go to hell isn't going to cut it. We need a new social paradigm to deal the millions of people who are or will be replaced by technology. The people who become fabulously rich from new technology will HAVE to share with the ones who are displaced by it or we will have a huge social upheaval coming our way on par with the French Revolution. Don't say I didn't warn you!
Youssef says:
12/21/2015 12:42:00 PM

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Youssef says:
12/21/2015 12:42:00 PM

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Youssef says:
12/21/2015 12:42:00 PM

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