Dude Gets Split Down the Middle

I don’t know what the fuck happened here but it kinda looks like this guy was split in half down to the waist. Don’t know whether it was man or machine that did it to him, just sucks that there aren’t some closer-up images of the carnage cuz this looks fucking savage!

Props to the Pink!

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23 thoughts on “Dude Gets Split Down the Middle

  1. This reminds me of a scene in the first Resident Evil movie. At the Red Queen’s chamber in Raccoon City, a laser defense system slices somebody into cubes. When the grid of beams first hits them, they are still conscious for a few seconds until the blood starts leaking out of all the cuts, then they fall completely apart. 🙂

  2. Okay… Who wants to hear some old Canned Heat Boogie music? Not many comments here, so maybe @obli won’t mind. My Dad had a Canned Heat album when I was about 12 and I grooved and boogied to it then. Check this one out… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyQOC8jSRHo. And this one from one of the best blues harmonica players, Alan “Blind Owl” Wilson. One of the great dead at age 27 musicians. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ62pEnzvW0. And here’s John Lee Hooker and Alan “blind owl” on the harmonica. Hooker claimed Alan was the best and only musician who could keep up with him in backing his guitar playing.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEKTGprD8GM

  3. Okay… Who wants to hear some old Canned Heat Boogie music? Not many comments here, so maybe @obli won’t mind. My Dad had a Canned Heat album when I was about 12 and I grooved and boogied to it then. Check this one out… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyQOC8jSRHo. And this one from one of the best blues harmonica players, Alan “Blind Owl” Wilson. One of the great dead at age 27 musicians. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ62pEnzvW0. And here’s John Lee Hooker and Alan “blind owl” on the harmonica. Hooker claimed Alan was the best and only musician who could keep up with him in backing his guitar playing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEKTGprD8GM

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