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More Darwin Award candidates. It’s amazing that they’re still alive. Thumbnail does not appear in video.
Super cars seem to lose traction at high speeds in this simulation. [4:15]
The crash was GOOD. But jeeze, there’s a lot of plastic up front.
Dynamite was invented by Alfred Nobel and was the first safely manageable explosive stronger than black powder. Nobel obtained patents for his invention in England on 7 May 1867, in Sweden on 19 October 1867. After its introduction, dynamite rapidly … Continue reading
German road crew decide to stick a small explosive under their wheelbarrow. The barrow is launched and they all laugh like schoolboys. No word on whether they are still employed.
Top Fuel points leader Steve Torrence, a Kilgore, Texas native, was uninjured and exited the vehicle under his own power after his dragster lost control after crossing the finish line during the second round of eliminations. Torrence won the round … Continue reading
The Penske Peel On New Year’s Eve 2017, the bridge got another holiday feast, peeling the top off another Penske rental truck. The driver left the scene of the accident after a few Minutes and left the busted truck sitting … Continue reading
Trams have no steering wheels because they run on tracks. Cars, however, have steering wheels and plenty of mirrors but idiot humans drive some of them.
Thunder Snaps. This guy’s still doing this shit.
The incident in Terrigal, Australia. We had our own in San Diego on the 4th of July in 2012.
They shoot footballs and melons out of milk churns and other cylinders using carbide. For those curious, the carbide (calcium carbide in most cases) is not the explosive being used. Calcium carbide and water are being mixed in the milk … Continue reading
It’s like they’re aiming for each other. [10:14]
The 11-foot -8-inch bridge has a little brother in Westwood, Massachusetts. Between the two bridges, they have more decapitations than the French Revolution.
Everyone headed in the same direction on that day had the same view. Some drivers forgot to watch where they were going.
More animation using the BeamNG.drive. [6:10]
In they go, one after the other. Perhaps manufacturing defects. Who knows?!