SunAmy

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There will be a new soft drink on the market soon that will contain Viagra.

They're gonna call it "Mount 'N Do."

Joke stolen from: SunAmy

CABLE CUT 30 May 2001, Oregon - Ismael drove his truck into a mailbox, bringing down 7500-volt power lines on top of the vehicle. He surveyed the situation, then pulled out a pair of pruning shears and clipped the cable lying across his truck. The current took the path of least resistance, across his heart and out his left foot. Ismael was found lying motionless on the power line with a pair of pruning shears in his hands. (The Oregonian)

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KILLING TIME 2001, Scotland - A Glasgow electric train proved the undoing of one enterprising thief, who thought he'd steal the copper from the rails, between trains, when they are not electrified. His plan might have worked...but for one small detail. He had consulted an out-of-date timetable and the train arrived ten minutes early, putting an electrifying end to his ignoble career.

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RUBBISH! 1 March 2000, New Zealand - Two university students climbed to the top of Baldwin Street, the steepest in the world according to The Guinness Book of World Records. The women attempted to pilot a rubbish bin down the 38-degree incline, but missed a crucial turn and hurtled into a trailer parked legally aside the road. One woman was instantly killed, and her co-pilot suffered serious head injuries--though one wonders how they noticed. (New Zealand Herald, Reuters)

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BLOWN AWAY 16 July, 2001, United States - An assistant plant manager made a permanent exit after using an acetylene torch to cut a hole in an asphalt emulsion tank. His plan was to determine the amount remaining in the tank, but his chosen method was in complete disregard of safety procedures and warning signs. When the torch reached the level of the emulsion, the resulting explosion blew him 93 feet away. (CCH Employment Safety & Health Guide No. 1573)