Teenagers burning to death in car while screaming!

ConanTL

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I don't think think it was them. If they were trapped in that inferno they wouldn't be able to scream, since screaming requires quite a bit of oxygen which is being consumed by the flames. They would only be able to cough. Trust me, I've been in a small fire myself. The smoke chokes the hell out of you.
 
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If there really were people in there, how can someone just drive by? I mean, I realize they couldn't have helped, but being in that situation, driving by while something so horrible is happening just seems wrong. Of course, there is no alternative but to do that ... Pretty fucked up situation to be in.
 

Kimbo Slice

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I don't think think it was them. If they were trapped in that inferno they wouldn't be able to scream, since screaming requires quite a bit of oxygen which is being consumed by the flames. They would only be able to cough. Trust me, I've been in a small fire myself. The smoke chokes the hell out of you.
this is all true. i lawled how you state u were in a small fire once yourself like it's a regular event laugh out loud!
 
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why would u even want to watch this you sick fuck
Some people are just a little bit more manly when it comes to handling/seeing stuff like that. Plus, it's a real life thing everyone has to be aware of and not hide yourself from watching since things like this are inevitable.

Plus, the news show stuff like this on a daily basis and you don't see anyone telling them to stop showing that or watching things like that on the news.
 

Cee

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Some people are just a little bit more manly when it comes to handling/seeing stuff like that. Plus, it's a real life thing everyone has to be aware of and not hide yourself from watching since things like this are inevitable.

Plus, the news show stuff like this on a daily basis and you don't see anyone telling them to stop showing that or watching things like that on the news.
There is nothing manly about that.
 
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There is nothing manly about that.
Well, it sure is a good thing to be able to stand seeing guts and burning flesh if you're ever in a life and death situation instead of going into panic mode and going into the fetal position instead of toughening up and trying to survive is all I'm trying to say.

Plus, gore is on the media daily. Well, a lighter toned down version of it on the daily news while everyone eats dinner. Isn't that what they used to do in the 60's by the way? Have the family sit together to eat dinner while watching Vietnam war footage. Unless it's just in the movies? Damn movies!