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2013-12-31 02:25:26 PM  
uh...yeah. That's bad.
 
2013-12-31 02:56:39 PM  
Holy shiat! It's like an action movie or a video game in real life.
 
2013-12-31 03:13:02 PM  
I'm surprised they didn't have somebody driving a car around through it.

Or a Babushka with a broom, sweeping up and giving the engineers the evil eye.
 
2013-12-31 03:26:28 PM  
Then make it so the video starts at the minute mark. Otherwise, fark off and don't bother.
 
2013-12-31 03:38:32 PM  
What was it dumping? Other than "thats hot" I have no idea what's going on.
 
2013-12-31 03:42:29 PM  

hervatski: What was it dumping? Other than "thats hot" I have no idea what's going on.


That's a foundry, and the kettle was pouring molten steel into a cauldron or mold, until the operator moved the kettle without raising it first, leaving a path of molten metal and slag in its wake.  The sparks are all sorts of things like dust as well as magnesium (alloying) shooting off from the 3000F fun and games.

The really significant thing is not the accident, but that the guys, even while speaking Russian sounded jovial the whole time.  "Heh, heh, old Yuri, always almost killing us!  LOL"
 
2013-12-31 03:53:25 PM  

factoryconnection: hervatski: What was it dumping? Other than "thats hot" I have no idea what's going on.

That's a foundry, and the kettle was pouring molten steel into a cauldron or mold, until the operator moved the kettle without raising it first, leaving a path of molten metal and slag in its wake.  The sparks are all sorts of things like dust as well as magnesium (alloying) shooting off from the 3000F fun and games.

The really significant thing is not the accident, but that the guys, even while speaking Russian sounded jovial the whole time.  "Heh, heh, old Yuri, always almost killing us!  LOL"


and standing WAY too close to the whole thing while filming
 
2013-12-31 03:56:39 PM  

factoryconnection: hervatski: What was it dumping? Other than "thats hot" I have no idea what's going on.

That's a foundry, and the kettle was pouring molten steel into a cauldron or mold, until the operator moved the kettle without raising it first, leaving a path of molten metal and slag in its wake.  The sparks are all sorts of things like dust as well as magnesium (alloying) shooting off from the 3000F fun and games.

The really significant thing is not the accident, but that the guys, even while speaking Russian sounded jovial the whole time.  "Heh, heh, old Yuri, always almost killing us!  LOL"


Lol yeah I got the Russians bein Russians part. Thanks for the explanation on the other area hah.

One other thing: he was pouring the molten steel into..whatever...but it was near a walkway as well. Was the whole pour farked up from the get go or is it normal to have sparks fall where people might walk by?
 
2013-12-31 04:01:00 PM  
I would like a translation of that video.
 
2013-12-31 04:42:41 PM  
Looks like game footage. Unreal.
 
2013-12-31 04:43:55 PM  

antidisestablishmentarianism: I would like a translation of that video.


"Meh. Igor's drunk again. Come comrade, let us go finish this bottle while this place cools off."
 
2013-12-31 04:53:27 PM  

antidisestablishmentarianism: I would like a translation of that video.


"***** ********************** ************ ********** ** ******** ********** * **** ***************** ***** ************************* ******************* *********** *********************************************************** ********************* *****************************  ******************** ***** ******************************************, bliat'"
 
2013-12-31 05:20:27 PM  
i162.photobucket.com
 
2013-12-31 05:28:26 PM  
What happened to the knife/shovel fight video from Russia that was here earlier? Did it get taken down because it turned out that Knifey McStabbins actually got to the Elder Shovellinstein?
 
2013-12-31 05:33:43 PM  
alternate title: Learn to swear in Russian.
 
2013-12-31 05:35:08 PM  
So... if this is in Russia, does the Dwarf surfing in the molten metal have a dash cam?

i.imgur.com
 
2013-12-31 05:52:45 PM  

factoryconnection: hervatski: What was it dumping? Other than "thats hot" I have no idea what's going on.

That's a foundry, and the kettle was pouring molten steel into a cauldron or mold, until the operator moved the kettle without raising it first, leaving a path of molten metal and slag in its wake.  The sparks are all sorts of things like dust as well as magnesium (alloying) shooting off from the 3000F fun and games.

The really significant thing is not the accident, but that the guys, even while speaking Russian sounded jovial the whole time.  "Heh, heh, old Yuri, always almost killing us!  LOL"


yeah, that's what i found so amusing...that's exactly what i thought they were saying...
 
2013-12-31 06:02:22 PM  

hervatski: One other thing: he was pouring the molten steel into..whatever...but it was near a walkway as well. Was the whole pour farked up from the get go or is it normal to have sparks fall where people might walk by?


Yes, rather old school, but the pathways are also used for moving the molds once they cool a bit. Old school as in - know what you are doing, do it right, or you and/or your coworkers fry.
 
2013-12-31 06:13:17 PM  
My dad worked for Wheeling-Pittsburg Steel for like 30 years.
One day, when I was still a kid, I notice that his pants were burnt.
I asked him what happened.
He replied, almost as if it were an everyday thing, "yeah, um, I was on fire today."

/I think that it was at, or about, that time that I decided that I would go to college.
 
2013-12-31 06:13:42 PM  
 
2013-12-31 06:30:48 PM  
I think it can be safely assumed that on the Man Scale, Russians CRUSH American men. Think these guys are contemplating their next snarky Facebook post? Salivating at the thought of the artisinal free-range phesant dinner they've been planning with their fellow ironically-bearded mates?
 
2013-12-31 06:32:43 PM  
I only wish, that when I am close to impending doom/death, I can hold a camera as steady and provide calm narration as those guys.

/or use common sense and run
//I would link to the site I always get these videos from, but it's totally NSFW
 
2013-12-31 06:48:31 PM  
safer than Chernobyl?

I bet if Putin were there he would have ripped off his shirt and posed for a picture.
 
2013-12-31 06:57:57 PM  

darch: I think it can be safely assumed that on the Man Scale, Russians CRUSH American men. Think these guys are contemplating their next snarky Facebook post? Salivating at the thought of the artisinal free-range phesant dinner they've been planning with their fellow ironically-bearded mates?


за бугром такие тыквы....
 
2013-12-31 07:06:45 PM  
Russian steel mills have a tradition for the end of the last day for a retiring worker.

His car gets melted and poured on his head.  Like the way you American use a tub of gatorade after a big football win.

It's the Russian way of saying "we love you, man!"
 
2013-12-31 07:08:16 PM  

lostcat: What happened to the knife/shovel fight video from Russia that was here earlier? Did it get taken down because it turned out that Knifey McStabbins actually got to the Elder Shovellinstein?


zapped because of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v34bPpu9VA8&feature=youtu.be
"AMBA 0005" This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Александр Жаворонкин.

I don't understand why the thread was zapped.
http://www.fark.com/comments/8081067/Never-bring-a-knife-to-a-road-r ag e-fight-crazinesshilarity-starts-at-300

there are other copies of it floating around, and this 9 second remix:
Super Mario in Russia: http://vk.com/video-36775802_167450115

Even if no legitimate source can be found, I don't see why the discussion had to be erased.
 
2013-12-31 07:37:42 PM  
"How was work dear?"

"Eh, I quit. I didn't need that job anyway."

"You got fired again?"

"Da."
 
2013-12-31 07:37:59 PM  
I thought this was a new Rammstein video.
 
2013-12-31 07:52:25 PM  
That was strangely relaxing to watch.
 
2013-12-31 08:32:19 PM  

antidisestablishmentarianism: I would like a translation of that video.


Various permutations of "You lifted it, you farking farked-up moron." with bonus variations of "fark yourself."
 
2013-12-31 08:33:41 PM  

LesserEvil: So... if this is in Russia, does the Dwarf surfing in the molten metal have a dash cam?

[i.imgur.com image 800x350]


That movie was awful. How can an animated film lasting all of 77 minutes from the '70s provide a better cinematic experience than $400,000,000 shoved down the throats of the best that Hollywood has to offer?
 
2013-12-31 08:50:09 PM  

factoryconnection: hervatski: What was it dumping? Other than "thats hot" I have no idea what's going on.

That's a foundry, and the kettle was pouring molten steel into a cauldron or mold, until the operator moved the kettle without raising it first, leaving a path of molten metal and slag in its wake.  The sparks are all sorts of things like dust as well as magnesium (alloying) shooting off from the 3000F fun and games.

The really significant thing is not the accident, but that the guys, even while speaking Russian sounded jovial the whole time.  "Heh, heh, old Yuri, always almost killing us!  LOL"


Russian foundry is best foundry.

I can't even fathom the shiatstorm that would arise if that happened in a foundry I've worked at.
 
2013-12-31 08:52:22 PM  
What they don't show you about the Russian steel industry...


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-12-31 09:18:17 PM  

EJ25T: factoryconnection: hervatski: What was it dumping? Other than "thats hot" I have no idea what's going on.

That's a foundry, and the kettle was pouring molten steel into a cauldron or mold, until the operator moved the kettle without raising it first, leaving a path of molten metal and slag in its wake.  The sparks are all sorts of things like dust as well as magnesium (alloying) shooting off from the 3000F fun and games.

The really significant thing is not the accident, but that the guys, even while speaking Russian sounded jovial the whole time.  "Heh, heh, old Yuri, always almost killing us!  LOL"

Russian foundry is best foundry.

I can't even fathom the shiatstorm that would arise if that happened in a foundry I've worked at.


The Foundry I worked at had one of my former classmates do pretty much what happened in the video. He had to deslag the entire track by himself. Good times. I wonder what they told him to make him do it, considering he was fired the next day.
 
2013-12-31 09:38:22 PM  
 
2013-12-31 09:45:48 PM  

relaxitsjustme: What they don't show you about the Russian steel industry...


[3.bp.blogspot.com image 395x265]

Dad?  Why did you bring me to a gay, Russian steel mill?

/I don't know

 
2013-12-31 10:01:52 PM  

gfid: safer than Chernobyl?

I bet if Putin were there he would have ripped off his shirt and posed for a picture.


While holding a blob of molten dripping from his fingers
 
2013-12-31 10:07:32 PM  

AppleOptionEsc: EJ25T: factoryconnection: hervatski: What was it dumping? Other than "thats hot" I have no idea what's going on.

That's a foundry, and the kettle was pouring molten steel into a cauldron or mold, until the operator moved the kettle without raising it first, leaving a path of molten metal and slag in its wake.  The sparks are all sorts of things like dust as well as magnesium (alloying) shooting off from the 3000F fun and games.

The really significant thing is not the accident, but that the guys, even while speaking Russian sounded jovial the whole time.  "Heh, heh, old Yuri, always almost killing us!  LOL"

Russian foundry is best foundry.

I can't even fathom the shiatstorm that would arise if that happened in a foundry I've worked at.

The Foundry I worked at had one of my former classmates do pretty much what happened in the video. He had to deslag the entire track by himself. Good times. I wonder what they told him to make him do it, considering he was fired the next day.


I'm sure they just left out the whole part about that next day being his last...
 
2013-12-31 10:27:36 PM  

lostcat: What happened to the knife/shovel fight video from Russia that was here earlier? Did it get taken down because it turned out that Knifey McStabbins actually got to the Elder Shovellinstein?


The video was removed from youtube.
 
2013-12-31 10:38:00 PM  
We're a lot more alike than we are different.

"Hold my vodka and watch this"
 
2013-12-31 10:50:17 PM  

Furinkazan: alternate title: Learn to swear in Russian.


I used to play ping pong with a Russian emigre in college. Whenever he missed a shot he had three standard swear words to convey his disappointment: pisdah, pederast and hooie. "Pederast" (accent on the last syllable)  I could figure out for myself but he refused to give me the translations of the others.
 
2013-12-31 10:58:41 PM  

clambam: Furinkazan: alternate title: Learn to swear in Russian.

I used to play ping pong with a Russian emigre in college. Whenever he missed a shot he had three standard swear words to convey his disappointment: pisdah, pederast and hooie. "Pederast" (accent on the last syllable)  I could figure out for myself but he refused to give me the translations of the others.


Coont.
Kawk.
/Are you sure that last wasn't NA hooie (fark it)?
 
2013-12-31 11:34:37 PM  
My guess is something malfunctioned that kept the bucket in the tilted position. It would then make more sense why all the workers were away from their work and filming. You can also hear alarms about halfway through. This is either a warning that something messed up or that the bucket is about to move. In that instance, he can either ruin the bucket below him or just spread it along the floor. Seems like the floor could be cleaned while ruining a bucket would be worse.

The other reason could be he screwed up the pour, tried to fix it, and made it worse by not remembering to tilt the bucket back up.
 
2014-01-01 12:47:19 AM  
Yep dropped the load a little early.   Bet there were some drawn up assholes all around.
 
2014-01-01 01:12:22 AM  

Revek: Yep dropped the load a little early.   Bet there were some drawn up assholes all around.


concur.
/actually worked in a steel mill.
 
2014-01-01 10:16:56 AM  

gfid: safer than Chernobyl?

I bet if Putin were there he would have ripped off his shirt and posed for a picture.

stuffed it into the crucible spout to stop the pour.

/FTFY
 
2014-01-01 02:34:12 PM  
Yikes! That looks like a sequence from Half-life 2.
 
2014-01-01 05:51:17 PM  
Is everyone in that country completely devoid of common sense? Wtf is wrong with them?!
 
2014-01-01 07:18:24 PM  

Iplaybass: Is everyone in that country completely devoid of common sense? Wtf is wrong with them?!


Vodak
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2014-01-01 07:20:31 PM  

arasmin: Iplaybass: Is everyone in that country completely devoid of common sense? Wtf is wrong with them?!

Vodak


Of course this looks interesting...... AK-47 Vodak
 
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