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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Billy Ball, Apr 8, 2015.
Alive but I don’t think they will make it another 5 years with that level of intelligence
Lucky to be alive. The guy in the car is a terrible driver
I love how the guys head popped out of the air vent about the same as my head does from a spent condom. Just give it a little tug and then, pop.
You post in the dad thread. I didn't think you knew how condoms worked
I was young once.
That first contact has metal bat against batting cage pole energy.
yep, that’s a chinese jesus right there. He even resurrected way faster
Will have to see the landing to give him a proper score. I’m sure it was a sticky landing but did he stick the landing?
Wear your seatbelt kids
They are not 100% proven to save lives and my aunt’s doctor’s dog-walker’s brother had his arm broken by a seatbelt once so no thanks. You can’t make me wear one Hitler.
I heard that guy who was ejected was on his way to get a COVID-19 vaccination. Serves him right.
My aunt wears a seatbelt and last week she got a speeding ticket.
There was a seatbelt manufactured in the 80’s that met DOT approval but it wound up strangling 1 out of every 2.7 million people that wore it and got into an accident.
Why did the door open?
The car was made in china, the worker that was supposed to finish the job is featured on page 90 of this thread
Smh, Jeep owners
Dude should have taken Soils 101
Whenever "yeet" makes it in to the dictionary, this clip belongs next to it.
I think you're supposed to wait until the train stops before you get on.
Fuck that's brutal
It is 2021, how are these types of things still possible? Do people live under rocks? “Let me just put my hand right here and see what happens…”
Just hanging out having a conversation and next thing you know Bob's getting pulled through industrial machinery. Classic work hijinks
Yep, belongs in the corporate speak thread iyam
Brutal, pilot error i would guess.
Hope everybody survived
I would bet most if not all of the divers did if their chutes didn’t get damaged. Probably not the pilots
The music was a nice touch.
Sky diving in itself is such an adrenaline rush. Imagine what it would feel like jumping out of a plane after it’s lost a wing and just floating safely back to the ground.
Interestingly enough, I used to work at a place with similar machinery, and a guy, literally named Bob, got sucked through a two inch pinch point. It took weeks before every piece of him was cleaned up.
What was happening? Why were the wheels not turning?
That's not a way to get ahead in life
Alive thanks to quick medical attention.