Subaru WRX STI vs. Stick Bomb

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+19 1. Itsme78 commented 9 years ago

Sticky Bomb??
someone care to explain

But well made anyway..
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+7 2. LaoMa commented 9 years ago

Now do that in full-scale! :(|)
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+9 4. Steveiwonder commented 9 years ago

#1 I think, because it's made of "Sticks" and they look like they explode at end, and the trail leading up is a fuse (on fire)
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+9 5. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

If the title was 100% accurate there wouldn't be much left of the Subaru.
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-5 6. marleymanbob commented 9 years ago

too much time on their hands, even the music and SFX did nothing to liven this waste of time up
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+2 7. BrahmaBull commented 9 years ago

I play a lot of GTA 5 these days and in my experience, sticky bomb ALWAYS wins.
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+10 8. Thanny commented 9 years ago

#1 The title is wrong. It's stick bomb, not sticky bomb. The latter is a deadly explosive meant to adhere to a surface it's thrown at. The former is an arrangement of wood sticks under tension that explode apart in a chain reaction after one of the component sticks is dislodged. If you arrange them in a long track, as seen in this video, then the release of tension travels along the track.
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+3 9. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

That was actually pretty amazing, I can't even begin to understand the patience needed to sit and arrange all those sticks like that, I'd have been pulling my hair out way before I'd finished it. Kudos to the people who filmed it.
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+3 10. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#8 Title changed ;)
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+1 11. martynbiker commented 9 years ago

Damn! the work in that was awesome! fantastic photography.and Kudos to the guy who was "driving" the RC car..proper skills........ :(|) :(|) :(|) :(|) :(|) :(|)