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2015 Darwin awards

The 2015  Darwin Awards are finally out. This annual honor is given to the person/s who did the gene pool the biggest service by killing themselves, in the most extraordinarily stupid way. 

Last year's winner was the fellow who was killed by a Coke machine which toppled over on top of him as he was attempting to tip a free soda out. 

This year's winner was a real rocket scientist - HONEST!  Read on..and remember that every one of these is TRUE. The nominees were:
Semifinalist #1
A young Canadian guy, searching for a way of getting drunk cheaply, because he had no money with which to buy alcohol, mixed gasoline with milk.
Not surprisingly, this concoction made him ill and he vomited into the fireplace in his house. The resulting explosion and fire burned his house down, killing both him and his sister.
Semifinalist #2
Three Brazilian men were flying in a light aircraft at low altitude when another plane approached. It appears they decided to 'moon' the occupants of the other plane, but lost control of their own aircraft and crashed.  They were all found dead in the wreckage with their pants around their ankles.
Three Latin men found with their trousers down around their ankles suggests another, more sexually related activity, besides "Mooning" wouldn't you think?
    Frutas! Caramba!
 Semifinalist #3
A 22-year-old male resident of Reston, Virginia was found dead after he tried to use octopus straps to bungee jump off a 70-foot railroad trestle. Fairfax County police said Eric Barcia, a fast food worker, taped a bunch of these straps together, wrapped an end around one foot, anchored the other end to the trestle at Lake Accotink Park, jumped and hit the pavement.
Warren Carmichael, a police spokesman said investigators think Barcia was alone because his car was found nearby. The length of the cord that he had assembled was greater than the distance between the trestle and the ground. Police say the apparent cause of death was 'Major trauma.'

Semifinalist #4
A man in Alabama died from multiple rattlesnake bites. It seems he and a friend were playing a game of catch, using the rattlesnake as a ball. The friend - no doubt a future Darwin Award candidate - was hospitalized.

Semifinalist #5
Employees in a medium-sized warehouse in west Texas noticed the smell of gas leaking in the building. Sensibly, management evacuated the building, extinguishing all potential sources of ignition; lights, power, etc.  After the building had been evacuated, two technicians from the gas company were despatched to deal with the incident. Upon entering the building, they found they had difficulty navigating in the dark. To their frustration, none of the lights worked.  Witnesses later described seeing one of the technicians reaching into his pocket and retrieving an object that resembled a cigarette lighter!  Upon operation of the lighter-like object, the gas in the warehouse  exploded, sending pieces of it up to 3 miles away. Nothing was found of the technicians, but the lighter was virtually untouched by the explosion. The technician suspected of causing the blast had never been thought of as ''bright'' by his peers.
...and now, the winner of this year's  Darwin Award (awarded, as always, posthumously): 
An Arizona Highway Patrol came upon a pile of smoldering metal embedded in the side of a cliff rising above the road at the apex of a curve.
The wreckage resembled the site of an airplane crash, but it was a car. The type of car was unidentifiable at the scene. Policy investigators finally pieced together the mystery.
An amateur rocket scientist had somehow gotten hold of a J A T O (Jet Assisted Take Off) unit, which is actually a solid fuel rocket used to give heavy military transport planes an extra 'push' for taking off from short airfields.
He had driven his Chevy Impala out into the desert and found a long, straight stretch of road. He then attached the J A T O unit to the car, jumped in, got up some speed and fired off the J A T O!
The facts, as best as could be determined, are that the operator of the 1967 Impala hit the J A T O ignition at a distance of approximately 3.0 miles from the crash site. This was established by the scorched and melted asphalt at that location.
The J A T O, if operating properly, would have reached maximum thrust within 5 seconds, causing the Chevy to reach speeds well in excess of 350 mph and continuing at full power for an additional 20 -25 seconds. The driver, and soon to be pilot, would have experienced G-forces usually reserved for dog fighting F -14 pilots under full afterburners, causing him to become irrelevant for the remainder of the journey.  However, the Chevy automobile remained on the straight highway for about 2.5 miles (15-20 seconds) before the driver applied and completely melted the brakes, blowing the tires and leaving thick rubber marks on the road surface, then becoming airborne for an additional 1.4 miles and impacting the cliff face at a height of 125 feet, leaving a blackened crater 3 feet deep in the rock.  Most of the driver's remains were not recoverable. However, small fragments of bone, teeth and hair were extracted from the crater, and fingernail and bone shards were removed from a piece of debris believed to be a portion of the steering wheel.
Epilogue: It has been calculated that this moron attained a ground speed of approximately 420 mph, though much of his voyage was not actually on the ground.
You couldn't make this stuff up, could you?

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