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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-31-2014, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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Basic construction fail...
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I deducted points for damaging the truck as well.
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Uh Oh. That was a US MAIL truck. He's in big trouble now.

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I hope he isn't a paraplegic after that.

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There is no light on there but I sure wish him a complete recovery. Not even funny...duh
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That even hurts to watch!

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It looks like the Dumbest stuff on wheels show. If you have ever watched it, almost every video clip looks like it would hurt, some more than others. Stuntmen are pros. They don't take much risk, it's highly calculated. Or at least they hope, LOL
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Al; just to be clear, I didn't post it because I thought it was hah-hah funny, but rather because it's an object lesson. It's like watching a trainwreck. Once in a while we need to be reminded that there are The Doomed that walk amongst us.
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Nature has a way of weeding out the garden.....

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Then again, some people just don't think through to the consequences of their actions.
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Scariest part to me is that they live among us, drive cars on the same road as me and my family and friends, so just remember that car coming at you maybe the same guy
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