Dear God: Tornado Tears Through Concrete And Steel Building Like A Wet Paper Bag

December 8, 2017

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This is a video from Spartanburg, South Carolina of an EF2 tornado (wind speeds 111 - 135MPH) tearing through a concrete and steel warehouse back in October. Thankfully (and amazingly), none of the people seen in the video right before the tornado comes plowing through were even seriously injured. I like how that one guy was actually outside like ten seconds before shit hits the fan. There are balls, and then there are that guy's balls, which I can only assume were forged in the heart of a dying star as practice before Thor's hammer.

Keep going for the video. Also, props to whoever installed that security camera, they clearly did a good job. Also, clearly a tornado > the big bad wolf.

Thanks to Landon, who would have punched that tornado right in the eye.

  • econoking

    Is there someone in the truck right outside the door? Where did it go??

  • Talon184

    I think I saw Auntie Em fly by

  • Anton Kovalenko

    Not exactly concrete, it's made of concrete blocks, which can be broken even by man with a sledge hammer.

  • TheQiwiMan

    That dude at the end wouldn't have lasted long in prehistoric times.

    "Ogg, run!"

    "No... I look at cool saber tooth cat longer!"

  • Bling Nye

    I wonder if it would've blown it out at all if the door was shut...

    And that last guy that runs in, jeeze, dude's lucky.

  • Shooting Thepast

    I would say it would be worse since the pressure difference would cause the air pressure in the room to expand.

  • Meseta

    I'd love to find out the brand of security camera. Seems to be built like a brick...stronger than a brick.

  • Bling Nye

    Made from 60% recycled Nokia phones.

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    the other 50% being made from adamantium

  • Djangus Roundstone

    Someone failed math class

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    Seemed pretty obvious it was giving 110%...

  • Konstantin

    No, that's right. These cameras are built to give 110%, so their components add up to 110%.

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    I'm glad someone gets it and isn't a dirty knuckle-dragger

  • Meseta

    Alternatively: Nokia phones are 16.67% adamantium...

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