Tornado vs House

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+4 1. ZaMpTi commented 6 years ago

And there goes Alice to Wonderland!
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+77 2. loadme commented 6 years ago

Small correction to the title: tornado vs american house
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+6 3. gpullen commented 6 years ago

I kinda wish the remainder of this video wasn't cut off. I want to see what that american built house looked like after the storm passed!! :x
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+22 4. BarraMacAnna commented 6 years ago

#3, it wasn't cut off! The house, the trees, the road and the land disappeared into oblivion! :)

#1, Dorothy to Oz?
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+7 5. MindTrick commented 6 years ago

If they built the house of the same material that is holding the camera...
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+19 6. orion commented 6 years ago

Americans never learned the lesson from "Three Little Pigs" :)
Build a proper house and the most damage you can have is a damaged roof. Especially if you *KNOW* you live in a region where tornadoes are common.
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+5 7. djacy commented 6 years ago

I dont understand how many tornado's must past to learn build solid houses....They still keep building shit house from wood. Unbelievable idiots there and #orion is right "Americans never learned the lesson from "Three Little Pigs" :)" hahahaha 100% TRUE
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+2 8. rokxer commented 6 years ago

#7 Its cheaper that way. You build one house, they build 5 houses :)
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+2 9. UofMichFan commented 6 years ago

OMG Reading the posts of the non Americans who think they can build indestructible houses that will stand up to a major tornado is hysterical. I live outside of Kansas City, MO, in the heart of tornado alley. I can assure you an F4-F5 will destroy any home you build. Unless you are building it underground or out of 10ft thick concrete and steel. Obviously none of you have ever actually seen one nor do you have the slightest clue what 200+ MPH winds will do to any building it touches. But keep being keyboard experts. It does provide for some good laughs.
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-1 10. djacy commented 6 years ago

#8 rokxer 13 minutes ago

#7 Its cheaper that way. You build one house, they build 5 houses :)

HAHA AHAH AHAHAAAA Good I build 1 house but I'am not rebuild it every freekin year when some tornado go past
so if you thing that way you will be safe couple houses in 5 years period and still gonna have the first (real) one Cheep is no such thing
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+8 11. imagic commented 6 years ago

american or not ( gladly i am not :) ) it still is scary and i hope there where no people inside anymore. Maybe people in those area's should look more to nature since it looks to me the trees survived much longer than the house >:)
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+5 12. Skeesicks commented 6 years ago

"And for my next illusion I will make that house dissapear."
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-2 13. cameramaster commented 6 years ago

#10 Any chance of having that translated into English?
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+7 14. Thanny commented 6 years ago

#9 There are many people here who can't pass up any opportunity to say something bad about the US or its citizens. However exaggerated it may be, the Ugly American phenomenon, no doubt, plays a part in fueling their hostility. What they fail to realize is that they are precisely as "ugly" while hurling that incessant stream of insults.

Imparting factual information about anything is well outside their motivations.
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+9 15. UofMichFan commented 6 years ago

#14 I hear ya. Apparently telling them the truth upsets them. It is funny to watch them ramble on about something they know nothing about. I chase storms as a hobby. Been doing it since 1995. I have seen several tornado's. A few closer then I would have liked. It's a rush. Their homes couldn't withstand and F3 or higher then anyone else's. But of course, they are keyboard experts and know all about all.
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+2 16. ZaMpTi commented 6 years ago

#4 yeah fail :D haha too many years :D
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+8 17. enuffsanuff commented 6 years ago

I remember back in the day (when I first joined this site) folks would just post comments
on what they were watching. What I don't understand is why folks from Europe are so quick
to bash and cast vile, cynical and hateful comments about Americans at every corner. Trust me,
having lived in Germany for 3 years as a tour guide I've seen quite a few down trodden countries
in my travels as well as unbelievable people too. Far be it from me to watch a video on say...baking cookies or something and bring vicious comments into the forum regarding sanitary conditions in the Czeck Republic, or the chain smokers in France, or the hookers on every corner in Amsterdam, the Germans that stick their nose in everybodies business, the "we're better than you are" people that live in Switzerland, the smelly people in get the ghist of what I'm saying. I'm really getting tired of all this international drama. Open a blog of your own and rant all you want, better still, call up your mother and let her have an earful of your disgusting comments, I'm sure she'd love to hear what's on your mind. I'm really surprised the mods allow this to continue here at Snotr.
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-2 18. imagic commented 6 years ago

#17 you defenately havn't been in amsterdam lately,, the hookers are replaced for coffeeshops, and in belgium they invented shampoo last year, the french,,, oh well, they still are french,,,,

oh, and why most europeans don't like americans ? maybe because there are a lot which have an attitude that they are the best and strongest country in the world, what by the way is just as outdated as the hookers on every corner in Amsterdam >:) Maybe you also missed the part when you where in europe that we also make jokes and stuff to other european countries. the only people not making joes about other countries probably are the japanese, they are extremely polite agains other countries
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+5 19. boom commented 6 years ago

And about the crappy american house. See some footage from a brick house in Italy or at least what remained of it after a tornado went over it.
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+8 20. havix1 commented 6 years ago

Yes all of Americans should be nicer That way we could all speak German or Japans
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+2 21. metataggers commented 6 years ago

...and this lively dialog is more awesome than the video. If all of us were in a room, we'd be talking about our favorite Snotr posts. No right or wrong or better than others. We're all imperfect. Speaking for myself, of course.
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+4 22. sux2bu commented 6 years ago

#18 By "coffee shops" you mean weed stores and the hookers are now displaying their pleasures in red colored windows on the street for all to see.

Love doesn’t pay the bills (unless you’re a hooker) :D

#20 They don't like being reminded of that fact. >:)
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0 23. whiteleon commented 6 years ago

"Reinforced concrete" is the solution for tornados and tsunamies, baby...