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2013-04-01 10:54:51 AM
That would have been a waste of what I could only assume to be a nice set of tits. Brain, not so much.
 
2013-04-01 11:11:35 AM

rooftop235: That would have been a waste of what I could only assume to be a nice set of tits. Brain, not so much.


Porn star material? Or just enough to be a hooker?
 
2013-04-01 11:42:42 AM
Something about the way her feet flip out behind her as she's hauled up doesn't look right. I'm not calling fake, I'm just saying it looks weird.
 
2013-04-01 11:52:01 AM

diaphoresis: rooftop235: That would have been a waste of what I could only assume to be a nice set of tits. Brain, not so much.

Porn star material? Or just enough to be a hooker?


even with no legs she could be a porn star. watch as she leaves a trail after every shoot.
 
2013-04-01 11:55:51 AM
Wow, girls suck at self-preservation
 
2013-04-01 12:12:17 PM
I guess smartphones can literally cost you an arm and a leg.
 
2013-04-01 12:19:11 PM

LewDux: Wow, girls suck at self-preservation


Oblig:
imgs.xkcd.com
 
2013-04-01 01:29:48 PM
Darwin swings and misses
 
2013-04-01 02:15:07 PM
She should have re-tweeted.
 
2013-04-01 03:12:43 PM
My quick glance at the main page had my brain combining the word willow from the next headline and phone from this one, so I went into the video thinking the person went on the tracks to get their pillow.  I thought: That must be one hell of a pillow
 
2013-04-01 03:29:21 PM
Nice video from a 0.2 megapixel camera with really bad compression.
 
2013-04-01 05:10:31 PM
Hope that train didn't clip her legs. Even if she did, that is one very lucky silly girl.
 
2013-04-01 05:50:40 PM
Train driver would have got 10 points if he'd been just a bit quicker...
 
2013-04-01 06:58:41 PM

rocknews: Train driver would have got 10 points if he'd been just a bit quicker...


No... he blew a warning horn.. -500 pts
 
2013-04-01 07:13:29 PM
Dumb ways ways to di-i-i-e ..
 
2013-04-01 07:45:32 PM

Cluckity: Something about the way her feet flip out behind her as she's hauled up doesn't look right. I'm not calling fake, I'm just saying it looks weird.


Yeah, they aren't just hauling her up, they're backing away from the edge...the forward pull on her arms snaps her legs out behind her once the pressure from the platform is low enough on her thighs.

/looks like she was going to get arrested for stupidity at the end
 
2013-04-01 08:10:50 PM
dont worry this guy'll get it for you

www.amnation.com
 
2013-04-01 09:17:31 PM
resources3.news.com.au

And now I have to go watch this vid again... its so cute and catchy for a railroad safety PSA
 
2013-04-01 09:36:01 PM
If you ever drop your keys into a river of molten lava, let'em go,
because, man, they're gone


Deep thoughts
by Jack Handy
 
2013-04-02 05:04:11 AM
In the Paris metro, if you drop something on the tracks, you can call and have somebody comes in. They will shut off the tracks for the time required to fetch it for you. Sure, it may take a while, but it's far better than losing two legs for a freaking cell phone.

(also, I learned that in Paris, if you lose you key through a manhole, they'll send you one of the 3 sewer teams that are on call 34/7. They do not charge for this service, but it seems that a tip is expected).
 
2013-04-02 09:19:30 PM

padraig: In the Paris metro, if you drop something on the tracks, you can call and have somebody comes in. They will shut off the tracks for the time required to fetch it for you. Sure, it may take a while, but it's far better than losing two legs for a freaking cell phone.

(also, I learned that in Paris, if you lose you key through a manhole, they'll send you one of the 3 sewer teams that are on call 34/7. They do not charge for this service, but it seems that a tip is expected).


Each crew is on a 34 hour cycle? interesting.. so they start their shift at 10a then wrap it up at 8p the next night?

A tip should be expected of any service orientated job like that..  especially if you are on a 34 hour turn around cycle.
 
2013-04-02 10:30:22 PM

Cerebral Knievel: Each crew is on a 34 hour cycle?


meninblack.tribute.ca
You'll get used to it... or you'll have a psychotic episode.
 
2013-04-02 10:37:38 PM

YodaBlues: Cerebral Knievel: Each crew is on a 34 hour cycle?

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You'll get used to it... or you'll have a psychotic episode.


that goes a long way to explain the french actually....
 
2013-04-03 03:53:47 AM

Cerebral Knievel: padraig: In the Paris metro, if you drop something on the tracks, you can call and have somebody comes in. They will shut off the tracks for the time required to fetch it for you. Sure, it may take a while, but it's far better than losing two legs for a freaking cell phone.

(also, I learned that in Paris, if you lose you key through a manhole, they'll send you one of the 3 sewer teams that are on call 34/7. They do not charge for this service, but it seems that a tip is expected).

Each crew is on a 34 hour cycle? interesting.. so they start their shift at 10a then wrap it up at 8p the next night?

A tip should be expected of any service orientated job like that..  especially if you are on a 34 hour turn around cycle.


Orientated?
/irregardless
 
2013-04-03 04:07:45 AM

Amusedtodeath: Cerebral Knievel: padraig: In the Paris metro, if you drop something on the tracks, you can call and have somebody comes in. They will shut off the tracks for the time required to fetch it for you. Sure, it may take a while, but it's far better than losing two legs for a freaking cell phone.

(also, I learned that in Paris, if you lose you key through a manhole, they'll send you one of the 3 sewer teams that are on call 34/7. They do not charge for this service, but it seems that a tip is expected).

Each crew is on a 34 hour cycle? interesting.. so they start their shift at 10a then wrap it up at 8p the next night?

A tip should be expected of any service orientated job like that..  especially if you are on a 34 hour turn around cycle.

Orientated?
/irregardless


Those are all perfectly cromulent words.
 
2013-04-03 08:14:11 AM

padraig: Amusedtodeath: Cerebral Knievel: padraig: In the Paris metro, if you drop something on the tracks, you can call and have somebody comes in. They will shut off the tracks for the time required to fetch it for you. Sure, it may take a while, but it's far better than losing two legs for a freaking cell phone.

(also, I learned that in Paris, if you lose you key through a manhole, they'll send you one of the 3 sewer teams that are on call 34/7. They do not charge for this service, but it seems that a tip is expected).

Each crew is on a 34 hour cycle? interesting.. so they start their shift at 10a then wrap it up at 8p the next night?

A tip should be expected of any service orientated job like that..  especially if you are on a 34 hour turn around cycle.

Orientated?
/irregardless

Those are all perfectly cromulent words.



Well said. Made me snortle.
 
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