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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by devine, Aug 28, 2017.
Idk need an expert's opinion on this kinda thing
Pearl, what you think?
You hate to see it.
Well that is a terrible way to go
that’s a tough impala man fuck
that’s the definition of going down swinging
You can’t say that he didn’t have any guts.
Fuck. Apparently when emergency services arrived half the dude’s body was bobbing in the water.
not working, copyrights
Yeah they keep getting taken down.
Jesus, that was quick work
It’s wild enough watching a shark propel itself from the depths of the ocean to attack a seal. I can’t even imagine seeing it happen to a person. It probably immediately realized it wasn’t prey which is why it left half the dude’s body just hanging out atop the water.
I wouldn’t think it’s all that deep there but I’m no oceanographer.
That’s seriously some shit straight out of a bad horror movie.
fuck man I hope the force of the collision or being bit/crushed in half made the dude lose consciousness right away. Brutal
Another angle with the body in the water.
Damn. Ideally not the way to go.
500-pound bear known as "Hank the Tank" breaks into another Lake Tahoe home: "Lost all fear of people"
A 500-pound bear broke into a home in South Lake Tahoe on Friday — and it isn't the first time. The bear, known as "Hank the Tank," has broken into dozens of homes in the area and become quite a problem for locals, CBS Sacramento reports.
Locals are contemplating whether or not to have the bear killed, as they believe it may be the only option at this point.
The bear is well-known and now wanted by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. A spokesperson said the bear has damaged dozens of homes and is responsible for more than 150 calls.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife have been trying to track Hank for more than six months.
"These are neighborhoods, there's a lot of people around, traffic and cars. So, we have to do this in a way that is safe for both the public and the bear itself," said spokesperson Peter Tira. "This is a severely food habituated bear. What that means is this is a bear that has lost all fear of people and it sees people and homes as a source of food."
The most recent break-in took place on Catalina Drive Friday morning. The bear had broken a small window and squeezed into the home, where the homeowners had no idea how to get him out.
Officers responded and banged on the outside of the house until Hank came out the back door. They then stayed in the area to ensure he continued on his way without damaging or entering other homes.
Hank the tank! Hank the tank!
Story on the shark attack victim: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/...izen-killed-sydney-shark-attack-b2017142.html
He was a 35-year old British diving instructor who was engaged :(
Hank the tank reminds me of this.
Reminds of the stories about couples being left behind by the boat during a scuba excursion. Pretty horrible way to go out.
That turtle is probably walking around smug as fuck right now.
Guarantee there is an idiot out there that was/is feeding it regularly.
Anyone else expect that Harpy eagle to sing I’m an Island Boy?
Being left to die in the middle of the ocean with floatation is much worse. I'll take the shark 10/10 times if I had to choose.
There've been at least a couple of instances of that happening. This couple was in the water for 19 hours.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2008/may/27/australia.television#:~:text=A British diver and his,to blame for their ordeal.
The couple upon which the Open Water movie was based were never found. They did find their gear washed up on beaches in the following months.
Was randomly reading about shark attack fatalities. This one takes the cake: during WW2, off the coast of Florida, a k 47 blimp was shot down by a U Boat and crashed in the water. Right as they're being rescued, a shark attacks a soldier.
so the cat wasn't hungry?
Giant ant eaters have some serious claws and probably aren’t going to be number 1 item picked off a menu if the Jaguar has other choices
As far as the shark attack cake taker, it has to be the USS Indianapolis. Unbelievable story. And instead of YouTube videos or short podcast episodes, anyone interested should listen to this book. Tells the whole ordeal in incredible detail with firsthand accounts from survivors.
Listen to In Harm's Way by Doug Stanton on Audible. https://www.audible.com/pd?asin=B01KIQGXWO&source_code=ASSORAP0511160006&share_location=pdp
This is still the shark attack story that stuck with me the most. It also involves oceanic whitetips (same as the USS Indianapolis situation).
decompression is scary in and of itself. 325 feet iirc is like insane depth for recreational diving. Surprised he didn’t die of an aneurysm on the ascent. I can’t imagine the torment of save my friend/save myself/ is a shark going to bite off my leg or brain going to explode fear matrix involved in that story
Yeah I really want to go scuba diving but that shit terrifies me. I obviously wouldn't go anywhere close to as deep as those dudes were going though.
I don’t remember my PADI tables at all but recall things being dicey at 100’
no but i blurted out laughing clicking right to see that aspy face
My favorite story about that scene is that they had to do it twice.
The first time, Shaw convinced Spielberg to let him film the scene drinking real liquor. He got blackout drunk before filming and they ended it.
Shaw somewhat sobered up, and apologized to Spielberg at 1:00 AM that night, promising to do it again.
He was at the set at 7:30 AM the next day and shot the entire scene in four takes, brilliantly, probably still half drunk or at least extremely hung over.
Depends on your bottom time and what gas you are diving.
Knock down a tree just to scratch your ass. Lol
Don't forget the Apex predator known as the horse
I grew up on a farm with hogs and cows and was hardly ever scared of being around them or in pens with them but everytime I was around a horse it’s was always uncomfortable, they can be mean fuckers.
Wtf is this thing?
Do you actually think this is a real animal?