Tank Driving 101
Don't drive your tank off a cliff. Don't drive your tank too deep in a bog. Keep your treads on at all times. Don't try to mount another tank from behind unless you've taken it out for dinner and bought it a few drinks. Don't try to stunt-drive your tank on a single tread. And last but not least -- never, ever, ever pose for a picture with the tank you just f***ed up.
And while I'm not saying I could drive a tank any better than these guys, it'd be pretty hard not to.
A nice big gallery of tank mishaps (and a few planes for the hell of it) after the jump.
Tank Mishaps [discuss]
Thanks Russell, want to help me steal a tank and park it on my ex's car?
I got to operate a fork lift once, and let me tell you: I've never seen Lowe's employees run so fast. WHERE WERE YOU WHEN I NEEDED PAINT MIXED?! Anyway, this is a horrible fork lift accident that destroys nearly $250K of precious vodka in distribution center. Oh the humanity... / Continue →
If you want to kill yourself by driving your beautifully rusting 1987 Dodge van off a cliff, make sure you catch enough air to not end up teetering on the edge of a precipice.
34-year-old Daniel J. Lyons and his sweet 1987 Dodge van bounced down the rocky side of the canyon at... / Continue →
Flying Hummers: I think I saw them on the menu at a Cirque du Soleil brothel. What?! I was writing an exposÃ©! Just kidding, but I did write it off as a work-related expense. Business savvy: this guy. DARPA wants flying "Transformer" hummers for the military.
AAI Corporat... / Continue →