Well, you know . . . men and spatial relationships . . . and we all know where THAT begins . . .
Posted by: Attila Girl at November 30, 2007 10:26 AM (aywD+)
While tubing in the snowy Nevada mountains a friend decided to get inside a large truck tube and roll down the mountain. Once he got going he was catching big air while flying down the mountain and he didn't stop until he hit the trucks at the bottom. Both hips and both legs were broken, and one leg was broken in two place with a compound fracture. Ahh, good times...
Posted by: Patrick H at November 30, 2007 10:47 AM (KtNxB)
Who's filming this? Abraham Zapruder?
Posted by: JayC at November 30, 2007 10:47 AM (+1O2Q)
And everyone stands around at the top of the hill and says, "woooah." And when he stumbles out, it's like, "All-Riiight. That was awesome." As a teacher of developmental math, I'm encouraged by this. It's called "job security" (well, as long as the hill isn't too steep....)
Posted by: notropis at November 30, 2007 11:36 AM (cP1DU)
What I enjoyed was the fact that the dude fall on his head, then gets up to try falling on his head again before his impromptu trip down the hillside.
Ahh, Youth. They're our future you know.
Posted by: Fuloydo at November 30, 2007 11:37 AM (S7Z5Z)
Something round and a hill. Tell me they wanted that to happen...please...
Posted by: MamaAJ at November 30, 2007 11:57 AM (X6Zdh)
The yoots at Syracuse what told their prof to fynq are a hope for the future. These yoots... well, they'll be asking questions too: "You want fries with that today?"
Posted by: sherlock at November 30, 2007 01:11 PM (ojW85)
Reminds me of my childhood, throwing rocks at 10 ft wide hives covered with thousands of bees.
In the hospital:
Dad: "What the HELL did you do to piss off all those bees?"
Posted by: IllTemperedCur at November 30, 2007 01:27 PM (Ds4I5)
ITC, I got stung right on the top of the head by an angry hornet as I ran (slowly, I was fat) down the street. All I did was chuck crabapples at the nest. Stupid hornets.
Posted by: Tim at November 30, 2007 01:34 PM (WiHUE)
More proof that natural selection is not a theory.
Posted by: CharlieDontSurf at November 30, 2007 01:36 PM (LhzD9)
Tim, you're reall
y lucky. Once a hornet's nest is threatened (or if you kill a hornet too close to the nest), an alarm pheremone is released and every hornet in the area attacks. To make matters worse, each hornet can sting multiple times, unlike most bees. Depending on the species, it can be deadly.
I've been chased by yellowjackets while hiking recently, just for walking near the nest. No rocks.
Posted by: IllTemperedCur at November 30, 2007 01:52 PM (Ds4I5)
Theres a book MICHEAL MOORE IS A BIG FAT STUPID WHITEMAN it should be good reading
Posted by: Spurwing Plover at November 30, 2007 02:58 PM (4yJRe)
As a middle-aged guy well on my way to becoming a "Damned-Kids! -Get-the-Hell-off-my-lawn" old man, I say that any bad thing that happens to a skate-boarder can't be all bad.
Posted by: Martin at November 30, 2007 05:07 PM (DRd0Y)
It's stuff like this that makes me glad I was born male. Has anyone seen those BudLight commercials?..."dude".
Posted by: Mike in Chicago at December 01, 2007 05:58 AM (/L1AV)
I once understood that AL GORE was in MONOCELLO and couldnt idenifi bust of two of ther founding fathers THOMAS JEFFERSON and BEN FRANKLIN and he said A ZEBRA CANT CHANGE ITS SPOTS and he got lost in the woods one time
Posted by: Spurwing Plover at December 02, 2007 08:31 AM (XGDTE)
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