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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27 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

  4. My dignity has left me long ago Artur. @arturmolodets. No furniture knocked over…I see someone commenting and I welcome a fellow voice here. Not a punk like you who pisses at the wind as you do. BTW Art…Do you like Canned Heat?

  5. @lucy… Hi Lucy. Just been exploring some older blues, boogie and rock music and got a bit carried away the other night and “just had” to share. Love Canned Heat. I think Alan Wilson was a musical genius. Too damned bad some nice, loving woman didn’t take him under her wing and treat him right and teach him all the ways of good lovin. I think he must have died a virgin… Bless his soul…Seems he had a problem in that regard.

    I’ve had this song sticking in my head since I heard it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyC6olmYkv8 Even woke up with it going through thru my mind. The rhythm and beat has something really sexual going on with it, though Alan, who wrote and sang it, is complaining of not getting any that time. He wasn’t shy about his feelings in his music. What you think?

    That Sina is a hot drummer… Meaning good. Double Bass Drum is hard to do. Wipeout is a workout. Try some Trashmen. The Bird is The Word. Fun. Glad to hear you’re a Boogie Momma.

    • Great to hear you are a Canned Heat fan, @theluvmuscle, read a biography book on Alan W. He wasn’t exactly a Virgin but close. He may have been autistic before anyone knew what it was. He knew so much about the old blues musicians, he taught Sonny House how to play his own music again, which he forgot because of alcoholism. Interesting you played Alan’s ‘Pulling Hair Blues’. A habit he had. Also had to be told to bathe, lol! Ha ha. Glad you like our genius Blues man….

      • @lucy. Yes, milder form of autism, Aspergers synd. I would guess. A bit of difficulty with the ability to socialize, but tendency to genius. I do believe Canned Heat, and specifically Alan Wilson, should be an entry into Rock Roll hall of fame. With his prior works on study of blues, working with some of the old masters of it and his own mastery of it, if he had lived longer, the Grateful Dead may have been competitors with the Heat. STP. ; )

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