Alright! I got to tip the scale! Great find, fouth. I still can't get enough of this kid getting hurt.
Also, I can't help but notice: the kid appears to be in the same area, even using the same M&M machine, but now there's two, slightly taller machines there as well. Also, the park bench where people that might help could be sitting is now gone. I like to think that these changes are a result of his first attempt.
The link at the end is http://www.youtube.com/verify_age?next_url=/watch%3Fv%3DHbxppjnlcW U
He asked for it. many times over.
You can tell these are good friends, as they make sure to get the shot and say "dude are you alright" to their snoring, unconscious friend.
|Tuan Jim |
Oh that's not good. Concussions are not good at all.
needed to see visor in xray
No sympathy for the stupid.
|Goethe and ernie |
These people are a class apart, they're princes among men. If I'd tried backflipping off a vending machine and ended up going face first into the concrete, I'd give up, like a pussy. But Crazy Mike and men, nay, HEROES of his ilk (rare as they are, alas) just keep on flippin', until they break something, or several things as the case may be.
God bless you, Crazy Mike. Keep jumping off shit.
If at first you fail, try again because there's always room for an even more epic failure.
That man's nemesis is a vending machine aisle.
Also: When does anyone have real authority to tell someone to turn off their camera in public?
yeah that medic seemed like a dick...
regarding the video: i've done backflips off baseball dugouts and crap that high before, and it's almost impossible to not land it... this kid is a grade a moron.
It's called being the voice of reason, you jerkoff.
they totally should have been shooting what happened to the kid... it sure makes me not want to do something that stupid..
No, matters of taste aside, you can video or photograph anyone or anything in a public place in the US. First responders and police cannot tell you to stop and can only detain you if you are actively getting in their way (which would get you in hot water without the camera). Also they cannot take away your camera or film/memory cards without a court order.
Anyone who likes to take pictures should take a few minutes to be familiar with those basic rights, because time and again police and security guards will attempt to tell you otherwise in the heat of the moment, lots of those stories here-
So who's arguing the paramedic was speaking from an authoritative standpoint? That's your impression. He said "turn that camera off right now", he didn't snatch the thing and smash it on the ground. The cameraman was a douchebag, the jumper has shit for brains, and you're an idiot.
I was answering sosage's question you troglodyte
|Frank Rizzo |
the noise was nauseating
|Torture the Artist |
It's really great how the only help they're prepared to offer him is STILL just bumbling up to his lifeless body and saying "Dude?"
|Dinkin Flicka |
The ending is identical to the ending of last week's House. If only Crazy Mike had given an emotional "Thank you, Dr. House."
i hope he hurt his nuts. or damaged himself in some other way to prevent his having children. his DNA needs to die with him.
"Mike, how old are you?"
|Dinky Patterson |
Name the bench after him.
The Sisyphus of the new millennium.
|asian hick |
Is the tragic music really warranted? This is definitely yackety-sax material.
Why oh why do people do these things
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