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11. 1999 Darwin Award: Living on Zionist Time
The switch away from daylight savings time caused consternation among terrorist groups this year. At precisely 5:30 Israel time on Sunday, two coordinated car bombs exploded in different cities, killing three terrorists who were transporting the bombs. It was initially
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12. At-Risk Survivor: Unfinished Project
Any story that begins, 'Well I was building a pipe bomb,' can never end well. Sam is a bright individual with an appetite for building new things. One Sunday, angry that the Broncos were losing, Sam headed to his workshop to build a bomb...
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13. 2008 At-Risk Survivor: A Really Bad Commute
A 33-year-old man was carpooling to work in Hindeloopen when he mentioned to his colleague that he was carrying a self-made bomb. The driver immediately stopped the car and ejected the lunatic. Outside the car, the lunatic-
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14. 1999 Darwin Award: Intelligence Blunders
A deadly explosion in the Philippines' National Bureau of Investigation was initially considered to be a terrorist act. But the ensuing investigation linked the event not to criminals, but to NBI agents smoking near a bucketful of TNT. The blast killed seven people, including the perpetrator,
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15. 1999 Darwin Award: Shell Shot
A 21-year-old man died from shrapnel wounds when he and his friends discovered and began shooting at two explosive devices. The three men found the 75-millimeter 'ceremonial military rounds' while cleaning out a building. S
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16. 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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17. 2009 At-Risk Survivor: Nitrating The Unknown
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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18. 2008 Darwin Award: Killer Fuel Economy
A man in the town of Batu Berendam, near Malacca, was killed by an explosion while filling his tank with natural gas at a petrol station. What made the normally routine process of fueling a vehicle go so badly w
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19. 2008 Darwin Award: Payback
23-year-old Strahinja Raseta was wanted by Croatian police for murder, as well as for a spectacular robbery of a central post office. He fled to Serbia to evade the law. But even bad guys have friends...
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20. 2004 Darwin Award: The Army's a Blast
Piling up live artillery is grueling work, so it makes perfect sense that a group of soldiers would take a cigarette break at lunchtime. The warehouse in southern Ukraine was filled with 92,000 ton
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