Friends Pay Homage to Friend Who Died in Car Crash by Staging Dangerous Car Stunts Themselves

A small group of friends chose to pay tribute to a buddy lost in a car accident by staging an impromptu multi-car burn-out on an Atlanta interstate, holding up who knows how much traffic so they can leave donuts of love and remembrance on the asphalt. Does Darwin drive stick or automatic? Looks like these guys may eventually find out.

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  • Calypso_1

    Too bad he didn’t die playing Russian roulette.

  • teachpeace

    famous  last words……”watch me do this!”

  • annoyed

    didn’t watch the video, had to sit thru 30 sec. ad (or is that information) first.
    no thanks !!!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/EBQ4ANDJ2K5C6BCJ2UHR2OXA3A Rossa

    Y’all charge to get the adventure right!!!! He WAS cutting a bench
    belt!!! The official letters say so! Why don’t y’all delay for an
    investigator to broadcast some of these things? Reporting the amiss
    things delays allowance advantage that is bare by families to coffin
    their admired ones. By the way, they did get it!

    http://xurl.es/gnfuu

    • la greige

       are you one of those “differently abled” folks?

      it’s the only explanation i can come up for this comment.

  • Nunzio X

    And the dumb-assery continues to roll right along.

  • mannyfurious

    Where I come from, I know a number of people who have died from alcohol-related activities or drug overdoses. When these people die, their friends/relatives typically go get drunk or go get high. I’ve wondered how any of that makes sense since I was a little kid.

  • obamama

    who honestly could are less?

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