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(CNN)   One dead, six injured in X-Files filming accident   ( cnn.com) divider line
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504 clicks; posted to Main » on 01 Aug 2000 at 8:55 AM (17 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2000-08-01 09:48:45 AM  
how in gods name do you screw something up like 5 dead, six injured?!?

oh, and that police spokesman is talking clean out his ass. HA! 4800V comparable to a lighting strike!!! HA! most lightning strikes are in the megavolt range! Some static shock is in that range of voltage. If he had actually researched it, he would have known, even tho 4800V is not something to fark with, that it isn''t comparable in anyway to a lightning bolt, except of course, that they are both forms of electricity. I don;t know the exact amperage running thru those lines, but I would be pretty sure thats what stopped his heart, not some crappy voltage.
and aliens did it to kill the show, so nobody will know they are really out to suck our brains thru long swirly straws!
the goof is out there
2000-08-01 10:08:14 AM  
Laf whoops. I''ll fix it. Not enough caffeine this morning apparently
2000-08-01 11:02:05 AM  
thank you, and may he rest in peace, along with the plot for X-Files, that died oh so long ago.
2000-08-01 12:47:46 PM  
Ah, but I''ve investigated the photos taken during the accident. It seems as if you can make out a face formed by the electricity. I suspect and evil energy-based being was striking out when they came to his den, a shorting-out pole breaker made back in the 50s....

*BURP* Yeesh...Shouldn''t nap after turkey-bologna sandwiches and Dr. Pepper....
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