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added on the 2007-06-08 16:25:49 by Pegan Pegan
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added on the 2007-06-08 17:04:50 by furrtek furrtek
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BABALITY! neato ... he should do the same to the kids mom/dad tho.
Darwin at it's best.
added on the 2007-06-08 18:05:53 by shock__ shock__
I've noticed that these kind of clips always end on a cliff hanger. I mean, here we are laughing our asses off without knowing what happened after the clip ended?!

The baby could have died or suffered permanent brain damage or paralysis. The parents could have sought revenge and murdered the dancer, then been sent to jail, where they get mixed up in drugs and crime.

Or maybe the baby got knocked into a 30 year coma and will wake up in the future. Then she'll hunt down the dancer and murder his family.

Who knows?!
Yeah... :|

in example also this: http://youtube.com/watch?v=wK4qJmthrl8

or the clip/animated gif of that guy doing sortof capoeira and then hitting the head at the end of a somersault...

Who knows?!
added on the 2007-06-08 20:18:30 by bdk bdk
shane, I always wonder the same when I see these kind of vids. they never make me laugh unless I see the victim walking away unharmed. this one looks particularly nasty...I'd be very surprised if the kid didn't suffer some real head trauma :(

does anyone have any additional info on this clip??
added on the 2007-06-08 20:28:40 by button button
It's all Darwin folks! At least the scooter video.

About the babality you're prolly right shane, that's why I said he should do the same thing to the parents. Irresponsible tards.
added on the 2007-06-08 20:33:14 by shock__ shock__
shockwave, well Darwin falls flat on his face if we somehow try to maintain our sense of compassion. even the "idiots" have a right to life. science doesn't seem to like humanity much, and today science is the new religion...so I guess we do as the scientists teach. but really I'd say humanity was a large factor in actually being a human instead of an animal.

yeh, sounds weak and liberal and hippy....forget it, lets just laugh at babies having their skulls crushed and necks broken

added on the 2007-06-08 20:45:50 by button button
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added on the 2007-06-08 20:52:12 by keito keito
Shockwav3: Yeah, the parents were clearly very irresponsible letting their baby run free like that.

I do laugh at clips like these. I can't help it, but then all of a sudden I start to think..."Are they ok?" I always tell myself they wouldn't be put on the net if the people were harmed or killed, but then I think, "Why does the clip end there and cut out the aftermath?" Then I always feel guilty.

Maybe I just think too much. :)

There are exceptions though. Like when I see bullfighters get gored and gangstas and bullies get beaten up. I actually want to see them get hurt!
I find physical humour funny as long as nobody comes to any permanent harm. Some of my favourite stories to tell other people are about me getting hurt in messy ways anyway (like the time I sliced open my finger while flushing the toilet). From a purely pragmatic point of view, I'll just say that infants seem to be astoundingly bouncy and indestructible - let's hope that was the case here too.
added on the 2007-06-08 21:00:48 by forestcre forestcre
I.e...

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I hope he dies. :D
Accidents happen all the times, to every kinds of people. The difference is now, there are cameras everywhere, and there is internet. So I would blame the people spreading this instead.
added on the 2007-06-08 21:04:44 by krabob krabob
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I do laugh at clips like these. I can't help it, but then all of a sudden I start to think..."Are they ok?" I always tell myself they wouldn't be put on the net if the people were harmed or killed, but then I think, "Why does the clip end there and cut out the aftermath?" Then I always feel guilty.

Maybe I just think too much. :)


nah, it's natural to have that deep gut wrenching feeling when you see another innocent human being hurt. what's unnatural is to be told we shouldn't give a shit about others, only ourselves. :)

anyway, I agree...wrong doers like that Bull "fighter" and gangsters and other bastards like politicians, etc, deserve all the pain and death this world has to offer. just a pitty tthey're usually the last to get it.

added on the 2007-06-08 21:19:36 by button button
Commodore - you shouldn't feel too bad about being "told we shouldn't give a shit about others". Anybody who thinks that has a very infantile understanding of the 'Darwin thing'. Why has homo sapiens' society been such a Darwinian success? Because humans are socially sophisticated. What comes under social sophistication? Not individualism, DUH.
added on the 2007-06-08 21:35:03 by forestcre forestcre
That scooter spin looks fake :|
And it's real hard to hold the scooter steady and I don't think most scooters have enough power for that :P

I laught. What else can I do? Always look the bright side of life ;)
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Life's a piece of shit
When you look at it
Life's a laugh and death's a joke, it's true.
You'll see it's all a show
Keep 'em laughing as you go
Just remember that the last laugh is on you.
added on the 2007-06-08 21:49:01 by xernobyl xernobyl
shut up and post random images
added on the 2007-06-08 21:51:28 by LiraNuna LiraNuna
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Anybody who thinks that has a very infantile understanding of the 'Darwin thing'.


I understand that Darwinism the art of social engineering are two seperate things. maybe if you did you'd get my POV. Edward Bernays ideal of cold/unemotional mass-consumerist culture has had far more influence on this "sophisticated society" than Darwin and the laws of natural human nature combined.
added on the 2007-06-08 22:01:14 by button button
Keeping the gene pool as flawless as possible and and the same time maintaining compassion is one of the hardest things out there.

No wonder politicians steer clear from it.

It is something that has to be done though. There is no question keeping "flawed" people alive will weaken us as a species.
Yet there is also no question that doing such a thing wrongly or in a tainted way will make us less than human.

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added on the 2007-06-08 22:38:53 by Joop Joop
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added on the 2007-06-08 22:57:50 by krabob krabob
joop: they only avoid it because they've realized there's no escaping the univeral laws of rebirth and karma...

http://www.43rdstateblues.com/images/hitler-cat.jpg

Hail Krishna!
added on the 2007-06-08 23:06:52 by button button
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added on the 2007-06-08 23:08:15 by button button
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It is something that has to be done though. There is no question keeping "flawed" people alive will weaken us as a species.

And when exactly was it that humans decided that they could even *comprehend* what a flawed human was? Sure a human can be flawed in the context of a society which requests certain fundamental traits from people, but in terms of nature the closest thing to a 'flawed human' is a monkey. The natural environment has governed evolution since the dawn of life, why is it that suddenly now we must take it in to our own hands? I dread the day when someone comes into power who thinks that they, even when armed with current scientific knowledge (which - I hasten to add - will in 200 years seem primitive by comparison), have the right to kill off a potential branch of organisms simply because they have misunderstood the fundamentals of evolution or confused it with identity.


added on the 2007-06-09 03:35:16 by alienus alienus

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