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Smokey 3 years ago
Why do it the right way? when you can do it the drunk way.
Paul1968 3 years ago
a demolition fail? i wouldn't say fail, the building hit the deck. so its a successful demolition... the streetlight shouldn't have been in the way
Abreujr 3 years ago
The idea was good... but there was some miss calculation!
irishgek 3 years ago
Omg retards like what were they thinking they had enough people there to hold back traffic ....attack it from out side!! what a bunch of cowboys and love it just stay calm get rid of the evidence there was never a lamp post here anyways
eNdEmiOn06463 3 years ago
I thought they were gonna accidentally push the entire wall to the street. This is kinda stupid knowing there isn't enough space for the whole wall to collapse towards the machine.
Tareim (admin) 3 years ago
why not have the digger in the street and push the wall over?
Ambush 3 years ago
Just think. There was a dude standign there before.
badboy007 3 years ago
LOL the cyclists goes away like he did something
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JavierJahve 3 years ago
and all people say: What happen? an Earthquake? or Osama?
paranoidroid 3 years ago
And this was the 2nd wall, the 1st on the adjoining street.
Skeesicks 3 years ago
Hmm, I see no fail here...It's a clear _demolition_ WIN!
Pato5000 3 years ago
#6 There is a great and obvious reason: if the digger would have been in the street side and push the wall instead of pulling the wall, this video wouldn't have ever existed...
Oh, wait, never mind! There will be always some morons performing "clever" actions to make great websites like this one exist.
egglicker 3 years ago
??? If this was attacked from the outside, the result would have been the same!
Irishgek... OMG!! Like... You're the retard, always coming up with shite comments.
irishgek 3 years ago
#13 you have no brain what so ever your obviously some one else here and just made this account to talk shit, as I pointed out and the admin #6 , #12 true true
If the wall was pushed from the outside at a much lower point and with some careful work and not brute dumb ass force the wall would go down on the rubble that's there and no damage would have been done.
Pato5000 3 years ago
Oops, sorry! Just openend the browser and the comment has been added again...
bosha101 3 years ago
prankphonecall 3 years ago
Working in the industry, this is actually quite common. Suprisingly, no one seems to learn. The quicker the better, despite the consequences.
I just love how the traffic control dude just stands there. Dude, jump into action - this was your chance to shine and actually 'DIRECT' some traffic.
zerorain 3 years ago
i though the whole wall was going to fall onto a truck. not much of a fail.
fjwjr 3 years ago
Was this a metaphore for what Obama is doing to the USA?
kaleemyork 3 years ago
huldu 3 years ago
Haha and they keep going on life nothing ever happened, love it!
tinynet 3 years ago
"We have 2 ways guys:
1. kick this wall repeatedly till it fall down or maybe...
hmm ... I've got it -
2. use digger to break it definitely! "
sux2bu 3 years ago
That section of the street should have been shut-down until the wall was on the ground. In the demolition business you have to plan for the unexpected.
armageddon 3 years ago
Maybe they were supposed to demolish the streetlight too.
Sramos 3 years ago
lololololololol they should use some TNT
InfiniteBoredom 3 years ago
luckily 4 u we r professionals
cyberdevil 1 year ago
Wouldn't it have been better to just take that wall from the top instead of going through that window? I feel like I could have done a better job at that...
3 years ago
400 x 300 px
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