I Laughed Too Hard...

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I do hope the kid is OK though.


Warning: Go pee before watching...LOL
  • Profile picture of the author boenlo
    lolz..
    really hilarious video...
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    Ouch! LOL. That was some trick.
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  • Profile picture of the author adsense786
    oh god ... my mind confused - i shocked and laughing same time
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  • Profile picture of the author seasoned
    NEAT TRICK! I THOUGHT I saw a deviance, and between 8 and 10 seconds there are two VERY interesting things! The littler kids head looks plastic, with no hair in 10! ALSO, it doesn't look like there is a reason for him to go back! In short, I think it was a neat little edit job. They do it in movies ALL THE TIME!

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  • Profile picture of the author seasoned
    BTW He ALSO didn't fall as you would expect a human to fall. I haven't really watched jackass, but generally thought those were supposed to be REAL like the darwin awards. Are THEY fake too?

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  • Profile picture of the author susinggih
    LOL

    Hope the kid is alright though
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    I stopped it and looked at it a bit and it's the kid, not a dummy replacement, but there is nothing on the case behind him, it's shelf area and if you look at how it falls apart it isn't that heavy a piece of furniture. The kid wouldn't have been able to make it fall The way he bumped it if it had been sturdy. The bump looked pretty purposeful.
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    • Profile picture of the author seasoned
      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      I stopped it and looked at it a bit and it's the kid, not a dummy replacement, but there is nothing on the case behind him, it's shelf area and if you look at how it falls apart it isn't that heavy a piece of furniture. The kid wouldn't have been able to make it fall The way he bumped it if it had been sturdy. The bump looked pretty purposeful.
      I don't know about that. Even some of the CHEAPEST furniture I have had has been sturdy enough to hurt an ADULT, and could certainly hurt a kid his size. And a LOT of heavy furniture these days is made so it is NOT stable! It may be VERY thin and VERY tall. It is a shame. I have this BEAUTIFUL entertainment center that I got at the oak barn in california. SOLID, HEAVY, WELL BUILT, and INEXPENSIVE! NICE! FEDCO had something that LOOKED like it but it was CHEAP, LIGHT, INSTABLE, POORLY BUILT, and it cost about 3 times as much! $800 for a piece of JUNK! And THAT was supposedly cheap like 20 years ago! Have you looked at furniture lately? YIKES!

      But look at that little kid just before the crash. It is like he becomes unconcious, jumps up slightly, loses ALL the normal structure, and lands with his head to the one side of the shelves, and feet towards the other side. That makes HIM look lighter ALSO!

      BTW I think he bumped it the way he did to make it look like the bigger kid hit him there.

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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
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  • Profile picture of the author casdir
    LOL funniest video i've seen for a little while. Glad no one was hurt
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
    I think it was staged. Watch it again, and notice that the book case actually starts in motion from the end that is off camera. In other words, the off camera corner starts moving first, not where the kid hit the unit. There's no reason for that to happen unless someone off camera pushed it over. Plus, the book case just falls forward way to easily.

    Fake, fake, fake. It was pushed by someone off camera.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by Dennis Gaskill View Post

      I think it was staged. Watch it again, and notice that the book case actually starts in motion from the end that is off camera. In other words, the off camera corner starts moving first, not where the kid hit the unit. There's no reason for that to happen unless someone off camera pushed it over. Plus, the book case just falls forward way to easily.

      Fake, fake, fake. It was pushed by someone off camera.
      Even if it was staged, they did a great job setting it up with a lot of damage and put some effort into it.
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      • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
        Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

        Even if it was staged, they did a great job setting it up with a lot of damage and put some effort into it.
        Oh, that's true. It was fairly well staged. Most people probably wouldn't notice that discrepency I mentioned. I had to watch it 4-5 times before I picked up on what it was that didn't look right to me. I have some training in my background that caused me to be suspicious.
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        • Profile picture of the author HeySal
          Originally Posted by Dennis Gaskill View Post

          Oh, that's true. It was fairly well staged. Most people probably wouldn't notice that discrepency I mentioned. I had to watch it 4-5 times before I picked up on what it was that didn't look right to me. I have some training in my background that caused me to be suspicious.
          I didn't get that - I was busy watching how the kid was hitting the case before it fell.

          So Dennis - I'm curious about your training. Sounds like an interesting story, so why don't you tell it?
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          • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
            Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

            I didn't get that - I was busy watching how the kid was hitting the case before it fell.

            So Dennis - I'm curious about your training. Sounds like an interesting story, so why don't you tell it?
            Oh, it's not very interesting, Sal. I had some military training in the intelligence field, mostly in looking for anomalies in aerial surveillance photos and in organizing evidence and findings. After the military I worked for 13 years as a shift supervisor for a private security firm, which meant training in evidence analysis and spotting incongruencies, and of course, I gained a lot of experience conducting investigations. I guess you could say I was trained to be suspicious and to spot things others overlook.
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            • Profile picture of the author HeySal
              Originally Posted by Dennis Gaskill View Post

              Oh, it's not very interesting, Sal. I had some military training in the intelligence field, mostly in looking for anomalies in aerial surveillance photos and in organizing evidence and findings. After the military I worked for 13 years as a shift supervisor for a private security firm, which meant training in evidence analysis and spotting incongruencies, and of course, I gained a lot of experience conducting investigations. I guess you could say I was trained to be suspicious and to spot things others overlook.
              So now I am wondering if you are the author of "Be Your Own Dick". Serious - of course, I had to have the book for a coffee table conversation piece. LOL.

              I had to tell you that because my first impulse was to say "Dennis, you really do kinda look like a dick" - and I didn't want you to misunderstand the comment.
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              • Profile picture of the author David Chung
                Hmmm, Dick Gaskill, renegade detective who blows up criminals with gas explosions. Brilliant!

                Officer Johnson squinted at the charred corpses. He caught a glimpse of a twinkle from one of the bodies underneath the the foggy night sky.

                Gold tooth.

                It was Benny.

                "Damn it," Johnson cursed softly underneath his breath.

                He'd spent months building up a case against the city's biggest drug lord. Hours and hours of monitored phone conversations and folders full of snapshots of Benny's shady dealings. And it had all been for nothing.

                Johnson sniffed the air again. He hadn't been sure when the call had come over the radio, but now that he could smell the noxious fumes Johnson knew there could be no mistake.

                This was no ordinary gas line explosion.

                It was Dick.

                Dick Gaskill.
                I'm going to make millions! :p
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                • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
                  Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

                  So now I am wondering if you are the author of "Be Your Own Dick". Serious - of course, I had to have the book for a coffee table conversation piece. LOL.

                  I had to tell you that because my first impulse was to say "Dennis, you really do kinda look like a dick" - and I didn't want you to misunderstand the comment.
                  Originally Posted by David Chung View Post

                  Hmmm, Dick Gaskill, renegade detective who blows up criminals with gas explosions. Brilliant!

                  I'm going to make millions! :p
                  I'm taking my puppy and going home.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Chung
    The kid does look a little 'lifeless' once he gets bumped back. Didn't even move his hands to try and break his fall. I hope it really was a trick and that nobody was hurt :/
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  • Profile picture of the author mongsky
    the kid ducked side ways, he must've hid in one of the shelves
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    • Profile picture of the author seasoned
      Originally Posted by mongsky View Post

      the kid ducked side ways, he must've hid in one of the shelves
      Look at how the joints work, and how he fell.

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    that gotta hurt
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  • Profile picture of the author AdwardDoo
    Hope he's alright
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  • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
    Even fake, it's a hell of a cool video.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sunfyre7896
    There's also one on YouTube that's like 37 seconds with this video plus an added cat playing a keyboard and the fall in slo-mo which makes it more funny for some reason. I guess it's the look on the kid's face that's running away. HaHAHa.
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  • Tip: The Puppy is wearing a wire...
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  • Profile picture of the author David Chung
    That's a brilliant line Dennis!

    Dick Gaskill watched the sweat drip down from Benny's slimy face. The puppy at Dick's feet was barking excitedly.

    "Untie me, Dick! Look man, I'm sorry I took your dog okay? I didn't know he was yours... Just let me go and I'll give you as much money as you want. Name your price!"

    Picking Spot Gaskill up in his arms, Dennis turned and took a step out the door before he replied.

    "I'm taking my puppy and going home."

    Then he lit the match.
    These are great ideas! Got any more?
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