Wow, there are survivors! These flimsy mini vans are frequently used as minibuses in 3rd world countries, especially in Southeast Asia. This one is in Thailand, obviously. I have used them in Malaysia before, and they are scary. The drivers seem to be high on something, drive at reckless speeds, passengers squished in like sardines, no seatbelts, no airbags, and they frequently get into high speed wrecks. It is not uncommon to see 13, 15 people killed instantly upon impact. Poor passengers have no choice, as these are the only mode of transport available. Don't get into one if you value your life. Take a cab instead.
population control at it's finest! Everyone wonders why thiers so much death in the world, it's cuz thier too many f*** people in the world. Nothing good becomes of more people in the world, more people just means more air pollution....more hunger....more crime....over packed cities that are already filled beyond capacity....less work becuz more people are trying to find jobs!
I just adore the way passers - by see this as a photo opportunity, and the way the "rescue" crew move the survivor.... then put the neck brace on, the traffic just take a slight detour to avoid the bodies then carry on. In the UK they close the road for a cycle puncture!!
lepers: Boycott this site it hosts child pornography.
What did you finally get out of jail? I think you are probably the only one here that does that anyways
I love the way I can hold my cursor over thetime bar and see an image of the video like the zombie I missed before at 4:47!
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