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post #16 of 76
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I can't be the only overgrown smashy child around these parts. y u aint fessin.
post #17 of 76
My denon s-81 shelf stereo system fell off the shelf at a house party but we didn't stop the party.
post #18 of 76
Well I've wrecked 3 cars, but none were expensive.
Funnily enough, the insurance company totalled the last one and I bought a new car. The day after I bought it someone hit me. I don't think I have pics of it though. It was repairable, but it still stinks to know your new car has been in an accident.
post #19 of 76
When I worked for an Audi/VW dealer/shop, my second day I hit a pole with the side of a new A6. A few weeks later I hit the same pole (strategically postioned to make it a bitch to pull into my stall) with new A8L, put a nice ripple in the rear quarter.
post #20 of 76
My brother in law, when he was a kid, caught a rat and he and a bunch of kids poured flammable liquid on the rat and burned it alive. The rat unfortunately got out of the trap in a state of panic, ran across the alley and into an old warehouse, which was partially burned.
post #21 of 76
Great. Intentional destruction resulting in unintentional destruction. Torch a rat and score a warehouse bonus.
post #22 of 76
that shits pretty funny about the rat haha

Ive thrown TVs and computer monitors down the excorcist stairwell in georgetown a couple of tiems over the course of the last three years..
post #23 of 76
Ah, the fate of electronics when they become possessed.
post #24 of 76
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My brother in law, when he was a kid, caught a rat and he and a bunch of kids poured flammable liquid on the rat and burned it alive. The rat unfortunately got out of the trap in a state of panic, ran across the alley and into an old warehouse, which was partially burned.

that's fucked up
post #25 of 76
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red View Post
What on earth prompted this little commentary?
how about your continued attempts at subtlety which do nothing but backfire and make you look like a striving, whining boor?
post #26 of 76
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Ever seen the movie Crash? The Canadian one?

Yes. It's one of Cronenberg's:

http://www.salon.com/march97/crash970321.html

The night I watched it a steady stream of moviegoers left the theatre as each scene presented something more perverse than the last.
post #27 of 76
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My brother in law, when he was a kid, caught a rat and he and a bunch of kids poured flammable liquid on the rat and burned it alive. The rat unfortunately got out of the trap in a state of panic, ran across the alley and into an old warehouse, which was partially burned.

That's some nascent serial killer shit.
post #28 of 76
Had a few anger issues in college, especially when my computer would crash during my 3D animation final project. A few things I did: - Threw a yardstick metal ruler through my bedroom wall in college like a javolin. Went right through the wall into the bathroom... - Threw a tv out a second story window in high school. - When I first got my license I took the family Taurus wagon out for a spin, hit a snowbank which was ice so it doubled as a ramp, launched the car in the air probably a foot or two and split the right front wheel right down the middle in half when it hit the ground. I am much more chill now however, I've gone to be very laid back. This wasn't me but I used to know a kid in grade school who was seriously messed in the head and he would attach his cat to those rockets that you launch and strap them to jiffy pop... I saw him once since then, at church ironically, but we didn't say hi to each other. The last day I saw him was when I was around 10 or younger and he popped my finger open with a hammer, still have the scars from it today.
post #29 of 76
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how about your continued attempts at subtlety which do nothing but backfire and make you look like a striving, whining boor?

Interesting. Such as?
post #30 of 76
i crashed my uncle's ski boat when i docking it once. The same summer I almost got hit by a tanker in it (long story). I also did a power-turn at such high speed that one the seats ripped its bolts out of the floor because of the g-forces involved. That poor boat took so much abuse.
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