Dumbass

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17 Responses to Dumbass

  1. nwoldude says:

    Dumbass!

  2. ChuckN says:

    Speaking of dumbasses, Mossberg just announced that they’re cutting off Dick’s as well.

    http://www.mossberg.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Mossberg-Terminates-Relationship-With-Dicks-Sporting-Goods.pdf

  3. snuffy says:

    In my younger days, I had a few mishaps, broken bones, one concussion. Try to avoid that shit, now that I’m older and heal slower. There is a guy that I work with, around the same age. In the last, oh, 10 years or thereabouts, he has, in order, gotten his hand caught in a snow blower, fallen off a ladder and broken several bones, and the last, driven a quad up a hill, and off a blind cliff, which put him in the hospital for a few weeks with some broken vertebrae, a collarbone, and a wrist. I don’t know if he is trying to catch Evel Knievel or what.

    • Wirecutter says:

      I was really accident prone when I was younger – I’ve broken both arms and legs in different incidents before I got out of elementary school, I broke all the fingers and knuckles in my right hand when I fell off a bicycle when I was 10, then I had a skull fracture, concussion, punctured eardrum, busted elbow and broken ribcage all in one accident at 14, then I’ve broken all the fingers in my left hand individually, and let’s see what else….. oh yeah, a cracked cheekbone when Juan kicked my ass in a friendly (really!) fistfight in the barracks when I was 21. Wait, there’s the broken back in that fight outside the whorehouse that same year, although I didn’t find out about it for several years so I’m not sure I should count that. I remember my back was sore as hell for a few days, I just didn’t know why.
      That pretty much covers my major injuries. I’ve had the occasional stitches, sprains and shit like that since then, but I’ve pretty much been accident free for the past 35 years, knock on wood.

    • nwoldude says:

      Copenhagen?

  4. JeremyR says:

    Hey Pops! What’s a Hertz Donut?

  5. doug says:

    Yow, that hurt.

  6. Al says:

    Hahaha that’s ganna leave a mark! Hey boy learn from your dumb ass dad what not to do! Oh yea go call 911 dear old dumas may need medical attention ! Seems to be suffering from a previous brain injury.

  7. Cavguy says:

    My brother in law owns a bucket truck, so no more ladders for the really high stuff.

  8. bob says:

    The angle of the ladder says it all.

  9. Steve says:

    Watching it again, I saw he put a folding table on top of a picnic table, and then the ladder on top of the folding table. All sorts of wrong there.

    • bart simpsonson says:

      Plus, the angle on the ladder was much too laid-down, exerting lots of horizonal force on the ladder’s feet. You can do that type of stoopid, but you have to be much smarter about the stoopid by analyzing it a bit first and making it less stoopid. I wonder what all the debris was that rained down. Hopefully the little kid was unscathed. When I am up on a high extension ladder, I drive long metal stakes in the ground on an angle just to keep the feet from moving, but that may be overkill.

  10. rolldog says:

    That guy is very lucky. I had a buddy that had the ladder slide out from under him like that and during the fall, his got his arm caught up in the rungs. Compound fracture that required him to wear one of those braces that they screw into your arm, like one of those neck halo’s. He wore it for several months.

  11. Robert says:

    My (former) VA doc had his ladder slip. He broke both arms and both legs and some ribs and I forget what else. He was out of commission for a bit.

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