From: The Real Bev on
On 06/03/10 21:40, Brent wrote:

> On 2010-06-04, The Real Bev<bashley101(a)> wrote:
>> On 06/03/10 20:02, Brent wrote:
>>> On 2010-06-03, The Real Bev<bashley101(a)> wrote:
>>>> On 06/03/10 08:51, Brent wrote:
>>>>> On 2010-06-03, Scott in SoCal<scottenaztlan(a)> wrote:
>>>>>> Apparently somebody saw one too many Bruce Willis movies:
>>>> I don't see how that could happen unless the ramp was out in the middle of the
>>>> lane and was actually two ramps cleverly positioned at wheel-separation width.
>>>> Nice movie, though.
>>> Seems real enough:
>> Then why are all the other cars just standing there before, during and after
>> the flight?
> What should they do? It's a toll booth queue.

In tollbooth queues the cars are bumper to bumper. I don't care if it was
linked on the Drudge report, I think it's a setup.

And in other news... I wish there were commentary accompanying the spillcam.
It looks like a tethered brain floating in front of the camera right now... is the best feed I've
seen so far.

Cheers, Bev
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From: Dave__67 on
On Jun 4, 1:11 am, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt...(a)> wrote:
> Last time on, Brent
> <tetraethylleadREMOVET...(a)> said:
> >Did you catch this related video:
> >
> Yep.
> >A little car sends a semi over the barrier. It's like martial arts
> >version of vehicle collisions. Just the right force applied in the right
> >spot and the little car defeats the big truck.
> More like an incompetent Trucker over-reacting to the impact from the
> car, which would have bounced off harmlessly if the Trucker hadn't
> over-corrected.
> --
> The MFFY Litmus Test:
> If your maneuver forces another driver who has the right-of-way
> to alter course or speed, what you did was probably MFFY.

The car crashes into one of the front wheels and effectively turns
both wheels hard left.