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Unloading Like a Boss

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  • 27 Nov, 2012  |
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№1 Author: Jimmy Johnson (28 Nov 2012 02:27) Total user comments: 5518


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Now you know how baggage handlers feel about your luggage.
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№2 Author: rodrigozanatta (28 Nov 2012 03:46) Total user comments: 692


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They will broke the glasses, will not? 13

What is the language? I thought it was portuguese because sometime it say: Forca Forca, Forca... But look like russian.
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№3 Author: Grunt Callahan (28 Nov 2012 06:08) Total user comments: 2287


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rodrigozanatta,
I thought it was Russian also, hard to tell though
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№4 Author: kryptor (28 Nov 2012 06:45) Total user comments: 4510


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Why are all the pallets filled w/mismatched product?
I've never had a pallet arrive and it's completely chaotic like that.
One or more pallets should have all the same of a particular brand
and so on. Not six or more different brands, completely intermingled
like that. If a vendor tried to deliver product to me like that, I
wouldn't accept it. He'd have to fix it and bring it back when he
could show some professionalism.

One alternative consideration is that these bottles are being returned
for recycling/reuse. They would be brought back from the stores and
a final sort would take place ... which is probably what we saw.
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№5 Author: Add (28 Nov 2012 10:57) Total user comments: 0


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It is Romanian language.
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№6 Author: deleted (28 Nov 2012 12:28) Total user comments: 56


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They are romanians at work in Germany. I'm guessing that no bottles were harmed in the making or this video :))
@kryptor: so basically somebody has to sort them eventually... and it seems that it's a warehouse of a producer, not a vendor, so...
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№7 Author: Ashigaru (28 Nov 2012 14:22) Total user comments: 4


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The bottles are empty, coming in from bars etc. They match the cases and send them back to the breweries would be my guess
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№8 Author: Akalonian (28 Nov 2012 14:27) Total user comments: 0


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Romanian you nubie hippies, not Russian >.>
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№9 Author: UsaBoy91 (28 Nov 2012 14:45) Total user comments: 0


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Romanians :) 10
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№10 Author: CMEX (28 Nov 2012 15:09) Total user comments: 0


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its a romanian language 25
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№11 Author: Gi-Joe (28 Nov 2012 17:57) Total user comments: 960


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Looks like a long hard days work.
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№12 Author: Romanian guy (28 Nov 2012 18:00) Total user comments: 0


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Yeah it is romanian language; and 'forta forta' is something like 'you strong mo-fo' :)
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№13 Author: choochwhocharlie (28 Nov 2012 18:18) Total user comments: 1963


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choochwhocharlie is forta forta 83
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№14 Author: ReB (29 Nov 2012 04:46) Total user comments: 0


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At first I thought it was portuguese, in the beginning the filming guys says: Fora, Fora, Fora = Strong (in this context it's something like "keep going, don't give up") and he also says Vai, Vai = Go, Go.
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№15 Author: ottovp (29 Nov 2012 16:56) Total user comments: 552


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romanians russians who cares? ....all morons.
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