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What is the craziest thing you have every seen in your life?

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posted on Jan, 21 2017 @ 10:36 PM
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originally posted by: HarumphHarumph
Midget amputee porn?


He asked "craziest", not "most erotic."


#3) A cat with its mangled legs dangling off it after my dad's '75 Malibu wasn't starting right (because the neighbor's cat who was left outside had apparently found it a warm place to sleep. Sad. And dad had to put it out of its misery, which I could tell he had a hard time with. :-(

#2) Out by a nice dark farm for some Astro photography many years ago, we heard the mooing of the cows grow more persistent. Looked into the field and about 30 cows were slowly moving toward us...in V-formation. It took about 3 seconds for us to say 'what the snip?! Is that normal?!', pack up, get in the car and leave.

#1) I have no proof of this one, but I swear on my ATS account its true: I've seen a literate White Sox fan.




posted on Jan, 21 2017 @ 10:36 PM
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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: VinylTyrant

Oh awful.

I saw a deer at the corner of two six lane busy roadways in a commercial zoned neighborhood. Picture it... an auto dealership on one corner a hotel opposite it. A Starbucks and the end of the parking lot for a mall on the other side.
There he was...
Just waiting for the light to change...
that's not crazy, that's cool.



posted on Jan, 21 2017 @ 10:41 PM
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Oh, 9/11, I had front row seats. Saw an ocean of people running and screaming up 6th ave.
People jumping out of windows, nothing you can ever forget. Saw the fireball of the 2nd plane come towards me. 101 story building turn to a foutain of powder in front of my eyes.
What can you say to something like that?



posted on Jan, 21 2017 @ 10:42 PM
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a reply to: makemap

The box drink thing has me a bit confused. Was there like a kid's juice box taped to the hood or something, or is a "box drink" something else entirely, like part of a car and I just don't know the lingo?



posted on Jan, 21 2017 @ 10:45 PM
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I'm front of MSG at 6am any day of the week.
You will see some craaazzzzyyyyy sh#t.



posted on Jan, 21 2017 @ 10:50 PM
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originally posted by: VinylTyrant
You should fix the title


Too late 4 hour max.



posted on Jan, 21 2017 @ 11:04 PM
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originally posted by: dogstar23
a reply to: makemap

The box drink thing has me a bit confused. Was there like a kid's juice box taped to the hood or something, or is a "box drink" something else entirely, like part of a car and I just don't know the lingo?


It was some sort of juice box, It slipped off front hood when the Taxi braked. Both cars touches each other, but amazingly no damage and the juice box got squashed. Boom! I think both drivers got shocked when they heard the boom sound. It was loud.
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posted on Jan, 21 2017 @ 11:07 PM
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originally posted by: VinylTyrant
Oh, 9/11, I had front row seats. Saw an ocean of people running and screaming up 6th ave.
People jumping out of windows, nothing you can ever forget. Saw the fireball of the 2nd plane come towards me. 101 story building turn to a foutain of powder in front of my eyes.
What can you say to something like that?


Yes, but it was no worst than an invading army of Nazi's capturing France. You can just imagine that Blitzkreig move by Hitler. All those dive bombers coming at you at the beginning and all those tanks charging later on.
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posted on Jan, 21 2017 @ 11:16 PM
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A tear in the fabric of reality open and a slew of dimensional entities breaking through that resembled creatures from the literature of H.P. Lovecraft.

Not even kidding.




posted on Jan, 21 2017 @ 11:53 PM
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I saw a woman give birth, still have trouble eating lasagna to this day even though I love it.

But really, anything dealing with dead people is pretty crazy for most people who aren't morticians, soldiers, doctors, or other people that see death on a daily basis.

Waiting for ferry to return to Seattle from Bremerton one day after work, couldn't figure out why the boat was sitting a couple hundred yards from the dock... turns out some poor fellow who had been released from a mental hospital the previous day had gone directly to the bar next to the terminal, ordered and drank a beer, then walked off the pier and drowned. Navy rescue boat came along and used a pole with a hook to pull the bloated body out of the water, then, this is the part I found difficult to watch, they performed CPR on an obviously dead corpse.

Then, after thinking I would never have to see THAT again...

One fine Sunday at work, I witnessed a young family, husband, wife, two kids... wife was in a wheelchair and had a cast on her leg... suddenly, as I watched, the wife got stiff as a board, slid off the wheelchair onto the floor, and died pretty much instantly in front of her husband and kids. Apparently blood clot or aneurysm- same thing happened when the paramedics arrived, they performed CPR on the obviously deceased individual.



posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 12:12 AM
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The craziest thing?

Watching Satan get kicked out of heaven by God for trying to take his throne.

I've never seen boots that big in my life!

The second craziest thing, you had to be there. My hands still hurt.



posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 12:16 AM
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a reply to: JesusXst

Jesusxhrist blessing the masses of ATS is by far the weirdest thing Ive seen.




posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 12:20 AM
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a reply to: JinMI

That would be the 3rd



posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 01:12 AM
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To this day, craziest most horrifying were the videos of the WWII Nazi concentration camps-the horror-an the poor survivors that were shown in school. Hollywood movies don't even come close to the real horrors. Although any real war documentary showing live battle scenes is also crazily realistic-they didn't shield the Viet Nam crazy horror from us on the news either.



posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 01:19 AM
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I was standing watch in a foreign country with a local security guard. Using the term security guard loosely. He was fitted out like a pistolero. His gun had the pistol butt bound in electrician's tape. He went off for a bit, and then came back quite agitated. The interpreter claimed the guard wanted me to go into town to help shoot someone with my rifle. I respectfully and politely stated I could not leave my post, and declined the offer.


It was not first hand, but the other company saw two local guys get in a machete fight over a local women. It was before cellphones, so you had to take people on their word.

Or seeing the reactions of guys drinking beer containing formaldehyde.



posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 01:47 AM
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One evening I was riding the subway in Boston. I'm sitting there, a guy comes in and sits across from me. He's wearing a green army coat and carrying a large paper grocery bag. As the train starts moving, he reaches into the grocery bag and pulls out a large stack of 33 lp records. He thumbs through the stack and selects a record.

He takes the record out of the jacket and sets it on his lap. He then reaches into his coat pocket and pulls out a phonograph arm. He starts moving the needle across the record as he rocks back and forth enjoying the imaginary music in his head. He reaches into his other coat pocket and pulls out a 1 lb bag of peanut M&Ms and starts munching on those while he is listening to his music.

A couple of stops later, a friend of his comes in and sits next to him. They share some M&Ms. Finally, the DJ says to his friend, "I think your wife is mad at me."

"Why?"

"I stole some money out of her purse."

"Aaaa, she'll get over it."

The train came up to my stop so I got off at that point. It would have been interesting to watch a bit more of that. Boston was a great place for crazy in the late '70s.



posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 06:10 AM
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I've seen a lot of crazy things but it somehow seems crazier when you see two or more of a similar incident.

One morning I was on a bus to work in the rush hour. I looked out the back window and there, riding on a moped, was a man with a live green parrot sitting on his shoulder. I don't mind telling you how much I gawped just to make sure I was seeing what I was seeing.

A few years later I was sitting on a bus coming home from work in the rush hour and a motorbike pulled up beside my window. Settled atop the rider's helmet was a live pigeon. Yep, I gawped at them too.

I can't doubt what I saw but it sounds far-fetched even to me



posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 07:26 AM
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originally posted by: makemap

originally posted by: dogstar23
a reply to: makemap

The box drink thing has me a bit confused. Was there like a kid's juice box taped to the hood or something, or is a "box drink" something else entirely, like part of a car and I just don't know the lingo?


It was some sort of juice box, It slipped off front hood when the Taxi braked. Both cars touches each other, but amazingly no damage and the juice box got squashed. Boom! I think both drivers got shocked when they heard the boom sound. It was loud.


Oh wow lol. Ok, I thought I was wrong to take box drink to mean box drink literally. That's awesome!



posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 09:15 AM
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The craziest thing I ever saw was a nation of free to think (but not free thinking) people willingly let their government steal from them to support corporations that seemingly exist to steal from them.

Auto manufacturers that intentionally make overpriced cars that need expensive parts and labor sooner then the old cars they replace.

Mandatory insurance health that steals thousands more a year from individuals than it gives back, serving only to give the medical industry the green light to raise prices as much as they want.

Funding the NSA which knowingly spends billions or more sitting on our own citizens to make it easier to control and punish them.

Crazy times.



posted on Jan, 22 2017 @ 01:47 PM
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originally posted by: makemap

originally posted by: VinylTyrant
Oh, 9/11, I had front row seats. Saw an ocean of people running and screaming up 6th ave.
People jumping out of windows, nothing you can ever forget. Saw the fireball of the 2nd plane come towards me. 101 story building turn to a foutain of powder in front of my eyes.
What can you say to something like that?


Yes, but it was no worst than an invading army of Nazi's capturing France. You can just imagine that Blitzkreig move by Hitler. All those dive bombers coming at you at the beginning and all those tanks charging later on.
well ,yeah, that became a full-blown war zone. 9/11 I was coming back from a nice diner breakfast heading back to the office when I saw a fireball about 20 stories in width come at me. Then, later, the biggest buildings in the western world turn to dust in front of my eyes. To say this wasn't part of my daily work schedule is an understatement.

To anyone who wasn't there, tv and video just didn't do it justice, the scope of it.
I witnessed it right from where the footage of the first plane was shot. The one shot in the world. Right in front of the AT&T building,
And we walked closer.
That was a war zone no matter what anyone says. The smoke plume shot down the avenues in all directions, you didn't know what would happen next. No phones worked. No mass transit. An exodus, millions of people walking tens of miles north.
Nothing like it in the US, ever on that scale.

And just add, I wasn't in France to see the Nazis.
But I was in NY To see the Nazis

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