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Desc:A block tower destruction enthusiast tries to make the WTC towers without being insensitive, fails.
Category:Accidents & Explosions, Arts
Tags:explosions, WTC, switzerland, blocks, Kapla
Submitted:astropod five
Date:02/21/10
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Comment count is 12
splatterbabble
It was JUST LIKE THAT!
Scynne
I feel like this isn't getting enough stars. It's an emotional love video for the freaking WTC! (if the music is anything to go by) Does this not get evil stars?
oogaBooga
SOMEONE PULLED THE SUPPORTS THIS WAS A CONTROLLED DEMOLITION I KNEW IT I FUCKIN KNEW IT
Man Who Fights Like Woman
This was obviously planned, you can see the cameras ready to cover it!

Desidiosus
NEVAR FORGET
The Townleybomb
I'm not sure that he's really trying all that hard not to be insensitive.
dementomstie
Stars for Evil. The one thing that's really "WTF" for me is the computer mock up, that just baffles me, the rest I can chalk up to bad taste, that's just odd.
fluffy
LITTLE BLOCK PEOPLE DIED IN THAT LITTLE BLOCK TOWER YOU INSENSITIVE CLOD
pineapplejuicer
GEORGE BUSH PULLED THAT THREAD
HURF BLURF DUH
A "block tower destruction enthusiast?"
astropod five
Half his other videos are block towers falling down to dramatic music.

Cube
It's crazy how he was there already in the year 1970 to capture the building. Of the buildings.
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