Mud slide in Afghanistan

Look at the size of these boulders :O

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+5 1. AfterDune commented 13 years ago

Pretty impressive :o
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+7 2. tatti69 commented 13 years ago

Thats Osama shitting upriver.
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0 3. digiD commented 13 years ago

Gets dull after about 20 seconds.
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-1 4. SpikedSilver commented 13 years ago

lets go swimming
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+1 5. tolstoy commented 13 years ago

A river of rock. Damn that's almost poetic. What impresses me is the river just seems to take it all without a care.
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+2 6. MsZoomy commented 13 years ago

Holy Moly!! That's a lot of Shiite rumbling down the hill. It takes a lot of power/energy to move boulders that big!!
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+2 7. kutless429 commented 13 years ago

Wow #5, it's good to know there are some real ppl in amidst of all other worthless comments, kudos(deep)
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-3 8. Bender_Rodriguez commented 13 years ago

It's like waiting for a train to drive through instead they got rivers of mud, that's the only difference.
I swear I've seen bin Laden on one of the rocks!
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0 9. nooitaf (admin) commented 13 years ago

look like putting cat-grain into a cat-toilet :D
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0 10. wobble commented 13 years ago

Does that shit happen all the time in that country?
Would love to see it in action.
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+1 11. zerorain commented 13 years ago

wow i want to ride that thing >:)
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-1 12. tolstoy commented 13 years ago

I was merely commenting in awe of Nature's adaptabilty. You have a problem with that Oldfart?
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0 13. Zoooidberg commented 13 years ago

Anyone knows what language they are talking? :D
æøå
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0 14. bannananas commented 13 years ago

@#(removed comment)
"I do not believe the river 'thinks' too much about it all. Talk about worthless comments....sheeeesh" #5 wrote "What impresses me is the river just seems to take it all without a care." Don't u, #(removed comment), kind of think, when u try see the bigger picture, that what #5 said in his/her last sentence is what you said in your first. Ohhhhh, mudslide ;)
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-3 15. JerryD commented 13 years ago

#12 Hehe! I think I grasped your point of view - nature can present us with lots of amazing things. Thou we speak of nature as of being some entity its only litterarily, figure of speech or like. Some may only see to the words and are unable to grasp the idéa behind - I didn't have any prob to understand what u said ... thou some1 else didn't lol... And this fenomena in this vid occures anywhere in the world with the right conditions. Even on flatland something similar can occure, when what appears to be solid ground suddenly 'liquifies' and floats away. Looks awesome but is very dangerous - as of the idea to swim or take a boatride in something like above - well its like jump into a grinder that can chew up anything. Cars houses etc. If an elephant would jump in to this 'river' it soon would end up as a pile of ground beef... :) >:) :)
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-1 16. patriotaus commented 13 years ago

the people remind me of aladdin
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-1 17. revilowo commented 13 years ago

its like a river made out of stones. :O
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+1 18. montypython commented 13 years ago

Did you see the ANTS carrying all of those rocks?.........WOW!
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+1 19. Crash0 commented 13 years ago

Just add smoe cement and you have a GIANT concrete factory...
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-1 20. JerryD commented 13 years ago

#Oldfart "not have a 'poetic' bone in me..." - well that's the way it is. We humans are different(luckily- otherwise we would still be monkeying around in trees :D )...think it was illconsidered with #(removed comment) comment. I too have done that - appearing really garbled once & a while. Its bad if one thinks less of others because one doesn't understand them. So one's comments should show us that we still have a long way to go before being 'reasonably wise' - and being poetic, well!? Never considered myself poetic, but when encountered natures powers both at sea & land. Tornado in Oklahoma, stormy North sea & seen land & rockslides... when describing it - Others call it 'poetic'!?... like the slide above - it just flows & looks harmless... but it isn't, it can be very much dangerous thou... :) - wow! whad a lot o'words I used >:)
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0 21. sha512 commented 13 years ago

@#13 Sounds german to me.
Though I can't fully understand the first words I am very sure one of them then says something like "Ja, geh du voran." which means "Ye. Now, you go ahead."