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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by MakiSupaStar, Apr 2, 2009.
Did you hear about the guy who locked his whole family in the car?
He had to break 3 windows to get them all out.
You couldn't tell via the audio but...
...she was in a convertible w/ its top down.
LMFAO!! That's too funny. I saw that on the news this AM. the link is from my local news stations website. Some people
Our Prime Minister was locked in his car last year.He was sick and feinted inside,guards were outside and the car was un-oppenable from the outside,they had to brake the bulletproof glass with a sledgehammer,took a few minutes.
People make me feel smart.
I'm amazed how stupid people are, honestly we need to do something to bring natural selection back to life.
Yeah, that's a classic!!
You know our brand new zillion dollar fighter jet, the F-22?
Here's an unhappy pilot of one of those:
and here's why:
ooopsy. I guess they tried to save $3 out of the zillion by installing crappy canopy locks??
Relic,he should have emergency ejected,then go and beat the developers with the seat.
right now I am locked inside my house.......can any of you help me???
wait..... what we have here is a jammed-shut canopy and you're saying that he should have attempted ejecting!??
Do me a favor, stay away from airplanes, the Turkish airforce is not ready for you yet, they're actually pretty good.
Actually the ejection seat should have worked just fine and would have been safe to use at ground level. Based on what I read about that incident, the issue with using the ejection seat was that it was more expensive than cutting the glass canopy (which itself cost $180,000 to replace) as it would have ruined both the seat and the canopy and the interior of the cockpit (the seat has a rocket motor).
Right, but if the canopy was stuck in place then he would have rocket-propelled his head straight into the canopy.