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    I had no idea people get struck by lighting so often, and the story above is just

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    there's a certain humor in the event to be sure.

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    yeah the title of it is quite funny when you think about it but unfourtunatley...the details and the reality isnt as funny : "Victims were two middle-aged women, two 14-year-old boys and a four-year-old"

    a four year old..shit

    Any fool can know. The point is to understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by life on the sofa View Post
    yeah the title of it is quite funny when you think about it but unfourtunatley...the details and the reality isnt as funny : "Victims were two middle-aged women, two 14-year-old boys and a four-year-old"

    a four year old..shit
    Alrighty, I should read more closely next time, now I feel like a douche bag.

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    Something that just happened in Sweden was that two gravediggers were just finishing digging the grave, and one of the, the summer intern, got out to do something, when he noticed that one of the walls holding the dug-up the earth was giving way, so he shouted to the other guy to get the hell out of there. He got halfway then got buried alive under three ton of dirt. Now thats ironic. And chlling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Undertow View Post
    Alrighty, I should read more closely next time, now I feel like a douche bag.
    i wasnt havin ago at ya

    like i said the title brings and ironic smile but sadly facts are a bitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on the sofa View Post
    i wasnt havin ago at ya
    Yeah I know, although I appreciate you reinforcing it.

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