Crazy hill

Penza is a mad mountain on a street in Bekeshskaya, Russia. Translated.

Like the music? Here’s the video link.

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2 Responses to Crazy hill

  1. Al Asarnov says:

    The people on that street may have learned to hook into that drive across the way to get control and slow down. I’d do the same if I lived there.
    Also, thanks for the video. It was pretty good, and if I understood Russian I’d probably be singing it for the rest of the week.

  2. fcgrabo says:

    Being level headed during a spin on the ice is difficult. Years ago I did a 360 on I-80 coming home from work. Too fast for conditions. Luckily, I wound up about a foot from the left side guardrail facing in the proper direction. The semi that I passed was able to stop without hitting me.

    One day I’ll tell the story of the jackknifed trailer that came across the median.

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