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    Dude Crashes Hard In Wheelchair

    Don't crash like this guy, kay?


    #2
    ohhh, that had to hurt! I hope he was all right! I remember as a kid (yeah I know, we were dumb back then) I would ride on top of hay bales up the elevator (looks something like this). Well I rode up on this bale, and then for some reason up near the top, the bale shifted and I ended up getting flipped backwards, and tumbled all the way down the hay elevator to the bottom. Boy did it hurt! I guess I wasn't too banged up but I bawled good for a long time!

    Tom

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      #3
      Yeah, I agree, the whole rolling backwards thing looks like it might hurt a little.

      I've used one of those hay bale elevators too. There's just no way I'd hop on one. The chain looks evil, like it's out for blood.

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        #4
        Where was this and why in the world were they using an escalator?
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          #5
          Originally posted by trainman
          why in the world were they using an escalator?
          Starts with ''D'' and ends with ''asses''.. Imagine the disaster if it had been a powerchair.





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            #6
            Jeez if the first girl had tumbled like that she would have taken a few people down with her! I've heard of people mastering escalators in chairs but this guy obviously needs more practice. Or maybe he should just use the elevator!

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              #7
              ridden escalators many times. Just remember to lean forward and have a good grip with at least one hand.
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                #8
                i'll stick to the elevator. works just fine
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                  #9
                  Now where did I put those anti-tippers, mmmmmm
                  If I was meant to have wheels under my ass, what the hell are these legs for?
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by trainman
                    Where was this and why in the world were they using an escalator?
                    Probably because the lazy axx ABs had the elevator full. I had this happen in Indy at a Pacers game. Boy did I get looks for using the escalator. It was fun, but then again, I was young and stupid back then.
                    Stupidity ain't illegal, but it sure is inconvenient.


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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Zero
                      Jeez if the first girl had tumbled like that she would have taken a few people down with her! I've heard of people mastering escalators in chairs but this guy obviously needs more practice. Or maybe he should just use the elevator!
                      Yeah, imagine if that guy went right after that girl. He would have taken her and the other people out.
                      Stupidity ain't illegal, but it sure is inconvenient.


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                        #12
                        Big, fat ouch.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by WheelieMike
                          Yeah, imagine if that guy went right after that girl. He would have taken her and the other people out.
                          He DID take her out! Watch it again, that's her hand on the ground in the lower left of the frame. I think that's her chair at the bottom of the escalator, his should be near his feet.
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                            #14
                            Bill actually did this once when we were at a convention in this really fancy dancy hotel .... not going down but going up .... it went well but I couldn't look I was sceered .... come to think of it that wasn't all that many years ago. He got alota looks but he didn't think it was any big deal ....

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by JenJen
                              He DID take her out! Watch it again, that's her hand on the ground in the lower left of the frame. I think that's her chair at the bottom of the escalator, his should be near his feet.
                              No, she was out of the way. That's her hand on her lap that you see. She's still in her chair. That's his chair by his head, along with his pad. Notice the size comparison between her hand and his pad.

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