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this guy lucky enough. the car only a inch to hit his head.
The sad ending of stickman
this picture were taking right after the bugatti veyron excident because hit water on the road. they said after rainy day. pay for $1.6m but still crashed by hitting water. :D
maybe he need jet fighter. :P
Flares generally produce their light through the combustion of magnesium metal, sometimes colored by the inclusion of other metals. Calcium flares are used underwater for illumination.Flares may be ground pyrotechnics, projectile pyrotechnics, or parachute-suspended to provide maximum illumination time over a large area. Projectile pyrotechnics may be dropped from aircraft, fired from rocket or artillery, or deployed by handheld percussive tubes. Flares may also be dropped in the water to illuminate submerged objects.In the civilian world, flares are commonly used as distress signals, and may be ignited on the ground or fired as an aerial signal from a pistol-like flare gun. Flare guns are commonly found in marine survival kits.
Just For fun that made by Very Boring guy.....
Tickle Me Elmo is a childrens' toy from Tyco, introduced in the United States in 1996, becoming that year's top fad. Bright red in color and based on Elmo, a Muppet character from Sesame Street, when squeezed, Elmo would chortle. When squeezed three times in a row, Elmo would begin to shake and laugh hysterically. This toy was extremely popular back in 1996, this was called a media frenzy.In 1996, the Tickle Me Elmo was the "Must Have" toy. Many parents literally fought other parents in North American toy stores to purchase one of the toys for Christmas. The short supply of the toy, due to unexpected demand, meant that stores hiked the price on the dolls drastically.
Smart Dog Do a smart thing.....
The climb is the part of a flight of an aircraft, after take off, consisting of getting the aircraft to the desired flight level altitude. Generally speaking, the term 'climb' refers to increasing the altitude of the aircraft above the ground, i.e. to climb higher into the sky.A pilot generally induces a plane to climb by setting the appropriate power level and using elevators to adjust the pitch of the plane for the appropriate speed. This technique is far more effective than trying to achieve a particular climb rate directly.During long climbs the angle of climb is often reduced. Whilst slowing the speed of ascent, more forward progress is made toward the destination, often saving time when taken over the entire journey. An added benefit is more forward visibility over the nose of the aircraft and an increased flow of cooling air to the engines. If the pilot tries to climb too fast, a stall may occur
Crazy Guy do crazy thing and last PAIN!!
dont try this with your vehicle.
scary. need more security here
wrong step and wrong timing
new member of transformer transforming. nice one