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“How could we have prevented this tragedy?!?”

Here’s a clue:

Teach your kids not to sunbathe on the train tracks like a fucking moron.

You’d think it was common sense.¬† And the way these folks are talking, they’re going to blame the conductor.

Sorry, folks, but if you’re retarded enough to lay on the train tracks at any time, and you allow yourself to FALL ASLEEP on those tracks, I’m going to call it natural selection, and then call it a day.

9 comments to “How could we have prevented this tragedy?!?”

  • ATLien

    At some point we have to realize that not all humans can be saved. Some people are too stupid to live. We used to have bears and mountain lions to take of them. Now we have trains, i guess.

  • Squeaky Wheel

    The problem is that folks are afraid to admit that there are some folks that are too stupid to live. They think it makes them look like a bad person to acknowledge it. Frankly, I think it makes you a bad person to NOT acknowledge it…heh.

  • sidhe_demon

    darwin awards!

  • Geoffrey

    So stupid.

    I’m sure there are lots of people out there who hear it was traveling at fifteen miles per hour and translate that to how much distance it would take a semi to stop at that speed. If that. Thirty train cars, even empty, is a LOT of inertia to bleed off and it’s not like the conductor can swerve.

    Those girls make my brain hurt.

  • ParatrooperJJ

    Darwin at work. There is a reason for natural selection.

  • Jeff

    Darwin didn’t get them did he? From what I understood they both lived!

  • Squeaky Wheel

    Sidhe – Honorable Mention, at least.
    Geoffrey – Ditto.
    Paratrooper – Darwin didn’t get them. :-(
    Jeff – Yeah, one lost a leg, and the other lost a foot. Frankly, and I hate to say this about a couple of kids, but it serves them right for being so stupid.

  • I laughed out loud at the “little legs sticking out” line. I’m pretty sure that makes me an evil person. With two working legs, though.

  • Tennessee Budd

    Hell, Phelps, I only have one working leg (for another couple of months, anyway), & I think it’s funny. Of course, I already know I’m an evil person: I own firearms.