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31. 2007 Darwin Award: Oil Tank Trampoline
Colorado | If you cut the rug on an oil tank, don't light a cigarette or you may find yourself climbing the proverbial Stairway to Heaven. After liquoring themselves up, some teens decided that it would be fun to cavort on a mostly-empty oil tank...
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32. 2009 At-Risk Survivor: Nitrating The Unknown
Colorado | If you cut the rug on an oil tank, don't light a cigarette or you may find yourself climbing the proverbial Stairway to Heaven. After liquoring themselves up, some teens decided that it would be fun to cavort on a mostly-empty oil tank...
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33. 2009 Darwin Award: Doublemint Dumb
In a scientific quest with unknown objectives, a student of the Kiev Polytechnic Institute inadvertently performed a chemical experiment on himself with fatal results. This 25-year-old chemistry student had acquired
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34. 2007 At-Risk Survivor: Kicked the Bucket
Texas | In a world full of wonders, man invented boredom. So work time becomes play time. If you work for an arc welding company, a plastic bucket, welding materials, and a spark combine for a play date with a bang...
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35. 2007 Personal Account: Remember The Hindenburg
Remember the time the science teacher dropped a bit of sodium into a bowl of water? The element skips about, fizzing as it burns. Well, for one teacher, this tidy little demonstration didn't go exactly to plan...
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36. 2006 Darwin Award: Hammer of Doom
Brazil | August brings us a winner from Brazil who tried to disassemble a Rocket Propelled Grenade by driving back and forth over it with a car. This technique was ineffective...
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37. 2001 Personal Account: Workin' on the Railroad
Several years ago a brand new locomotive was brought in for repair after being involved in an accident. While the shop was fixing the fuel tank, a significant amount of diesel fuel was spilled on the floor. The
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38. 2009 At-Risk Survivor: Against The Odds, Nothing!
A Darwin AU house was saved from destruction when a bomb expert removed an explosives detonator that the resident had stored in his home for six months. Since the device had been brought home from work, it had
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39. 2009 At-Risk Survivor: Homemade Howitzer
I was the lucky orthopedics resident on call on July 4th when a gentleman reported to the trauma unit peppered with thousands of black spots of embedded gunpowder, face, chest, and arms...
Relevance: 81%
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40. 2009 At-Risk Survivor: Cap-ping Cap-pow
When I was 9 years old, a 'friend' showed me how to make a decent firecracker out of a roll of caps. Take a pin and load the caps onto it accordion-style...
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