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"It's only a little bit live..."

2017-01-10 15:38:11.980519+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

If you need a good laugh at some folks trying to untangle a bicycle from a live electric fence, may I suggest Fat Bike caught on an Electric Fence! (YouTube).

Via Shadow and via MeFi.

[ related topics: Interactive Drama Movies Theater & Plays Pedal Power Bicycling ]

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#Comment Re: "It's only a little bit live..." made: 2017-01-11 12:06:22.636155+00 by: DaveP

Maybe it's my rural upbringing, but I didn't find that funny at all. I spent the whole time wondering who was going to fix the damage they were doing to the fence, and how they'd gotten the bike stuck on electric fence (obvious from the insulators) in the first place. But then I don't ever seem to be amused by stupid people, so I should've known better.

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