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Mirrored Video Clip From 2011 Reno Air Show Tragedy

As some of you might have heard, there was a rather gory tragedy at an airplane show in Reno. A 74-year old pilot apparently lost control of his P-51 Mustang and crashed into spectators injuring over 80 people, with more than a few fatalities. Most MSM clips of this incident do not show the gory aftermath, but I will.. PS You can see the clip at 1080p on YouTube, if you want to.

or try this link- Mirrored Video Clip From 2011 Reno Air Show Tragedy


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  1. September 16, 2011 at 11:39 pm

    So what do we learn from all this?

    On the side, AD, what do you think is the relation between seeing the flow of blood (as in during wars and battles) and the level of testosterone? Is seeing blood a way to release one’s extra energy if it wasn’t released through sex? Isn’t this one major cause of wars?

  2. demirogue
    September 17, 2011 at 6:52 am

    What do we learn? That sometimes thrills don’t come cheap. In both lives and materials.

    That 74 year old’s might want to reconsider trying to be youthful. Lots of G’s are being pulled and the stamina needed to maintain it isn’t something most 70 somethings can handle. Hell, the shape many 20 year old’s are in couldn’t handle it. And for all we know the guy blacked out because of it.

  3. September 17, 2011 at 7:58 pm

    diablo, you are a dick and an asshole!

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