This is a short video of a silo demolition that goes not according to plan in what is arguably the most beautiful way possible. It's like it was making a run for it until it had no more leg to stand on. Honestly, when the Lord calls me home that's exactly how I want to go too. "In the most beautiful way possible?" No, in some freezing-ass cornfield in the middle of nowhere. You know sometimes I worry about you.
Keep going for the video, which is worth a watch for the better frame rate and audio.
Thanks to DT, who agrees physics is just the scientific term for magic.
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, destroying things
, heck yeah lemme swing an axe at that mama jama
, it's never too late to change your career right i wanna go into demolition
, on the farm
, so that's what that looks like
, well how about that