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  • Humanity VS Nature.

    Sorry if there is allready a topic like this

    Post pictures,storys and jokes of humanity failing against mothernature here.

    "up in alaska one time two US soldiers went hunting with m16's(True story)and they tryed to kill a bear,they found what was left of the soldiers with the bear sleeping riddled full of 5.56 holes."

    if its gorey you might want to put it under a spoiler tag and put GORE or something above it to let people with weak stomach's know not to look.
    Last edited by adamb1029; 02-05-2009, 10:48 PM.

  • #2
    Yay jokes.
    Last edited by Canas Renvall; 02-05-2009, 11:21 PM.


    • #3
      (20 April 2008, Atlantic Ocean, Brazil) A Catholic priest recently ascended to heaven on a host of helium party balloons, paying homage to Lawn Chair Larry's aerial adventure. Larry, the beloved survivor of a Darwin-worthy fiasco, attached 45 helium weather balloons to his lawnchair, packed a picnic lunch, and cut the tether--but instead of drifting above the Los Angeles landscape as planned, he was rocketed into LAX air traffic lanes by the lift of the weather balloons. Astoundingly, Larry survived the flight.
      Adelir Antonio, 51, was not so lucky.

      His audacious attempt to set a world record for clustered balloon flight was intended to publicize his plan to build a spiritual rest stop for truckers. But, as truckers know, sitting for 19 hours in a lawn chair is not a trivial matter even in the comfort of your own backyard. The priest took numerous safety precautions, including wearing a survival suit, selecting a buoyant chair, and packing a satellite phone and a GPS. However, the late Adelir Antonio made a fatal mistake.

      He did not know how to use the GPS.

      The winds changed, as winds do, and he was blown inexorably toward open sea. He could have parachuted to safety while over land, but chose not to. When the voyager was perilously lost at sea, he prudently phoned for help--but rescuers were unable to determine his location, since he could not use his GPS. He struggled with the unit as the charge on the satellite phone dwindled.

      Instead of a GPS, the priest let God be his guide, and God guided him straight to heaven. Bits of balloons began appearing on mountains and beaches. Ultimately the priest's body surfaced, confirming that he, like Elvis, had left the building.

      (from darwin awards)
      Nature 3 humanity zero.


      • #4
        I suppose it's time to give a point to humanity.