2008 Darwin Awards

For climbing over multiple fences and ignoring multiple signs which read “Danger Zone,” “Do Not Enter” and "Authorized Personnel Only, then sticking his head in the path of a speeding roller coaster, this fool gets my nomination for the 2008 Darwin Awards: Teen Decapitated at Six Flags

i love Darwin.

it’s a small city, a lot like GaoXiung weatherwise…

this should go in the “is god omnipotent?” thread

i wonder how did the priest explain that one in his Sunday speech :laughing: :laughing:

this should go in the “is god omnipotent?” thread

I wonder how did the priest explain that one in his Sunday speech :laughing: :laughing:[/quote]

Same way priests explain everything: It’s all part of God’s mysterious purpose.

Not dead yet, but certainly a person to watch:

Duh! :noway: :raspberry: :loco:


[quote=“Icon”]Not dead yet, but certainly a person to watch:

Duh! :noway: :raspberry: :loco:


Thread killer! :raspberry:


Hey, give him time, and he will be on this thread.

we can’t these be merged with my idiots 2008 thread?

I like this one purely for the complete stupidity of the offender.

[url=http://www.darwinawards.com/stupid/stupid2005-05.html]February 2005, Canada | Canadian winter nights are long and usually quiet, but one exception was the night Constable Morgan responded to a drunk driver call. He caught up to the errant driver and fell in behind in order to establish the commission of the crime. In a short distance, the driver missed a curve and slid into a snow bank. Morgan switched on his lights, stopped his patrol unit, and approached the driver’s door.
The driver decided to flee. His tires, mired in the snow, spun wildly but the car went nowhere. Constable Morgan thought he would have a little fun. He began running in place alongside the driver’s window. The driver was surprised to see the Constable keeping up with his car. The speedometer read 100 kph.

Constable Morgan broke the window glass with his flashlight and ordered, “Pull over!” The driver’s response? He jammed the pedal to the metal!

The car’s speedometer had reached 175 kph yet, astonishingly, the Constable was keeping pace and ordering the driver to stop. Finally, convinced he was never going to outrun the fleet-footed officer, the drunk man let off the gas, turned the wheel, and brought his car to a “stop.” The Constable escorted the man to his patrol vehicle, which had magically followed the two on their mad dash across the snow-covered tundra.

The man was charged with DWI, speeding, and failing to yield to a policeman. Brought before the judge for arraignment, the man, who had not quite regained his wits, saluted the incredible athletic prowess of the local officers. [/url]

we can’t these be? :laughing:


how’s this??


I thought this was already proven to be a bad idea. :idunno:

Oregon man flying lawn chair lifted by helium balloons on daring flight

Did they ever find that priest?

Good question. I’d forgotten about that one. A quick Google search on the subject indicated to me that he has yet to be found.

So he ascended into Heaven. What a way to go!

coz god loved him

Yep, they finally found him.

RIP, Padre