…and other videos whatsapped to me that I think are real.
The point of this video is that life is now one big movie set. Everyone has studio quality video and sound in their hand. All events, if real, should have some high quality video floating out there somewhere.
I was surprised that I received the dump truck video a few hours after I passed the scene, but then again, not really.
Don’t accept fuzzy, show nothing videos that the media perps are pretending are real. They’re only recording staged shots to show nothing.
There’s real video out there. It’s not in their media’s best interest to show you, so you’ll never see it via their outlets.
I get many truck crash videos via the forwarding frenzy that is Whatsapp (owned by facebook, and clamping down on forwarding). Most are in Punjabi, since most truckers in Canada are from that part of the world.
I offer these mainly to show what a real truck wreckage scene looks like, unlike the Humboldt Hockey Hoax footage.
Punjabi’s are great users of technology, and always have the smartphone video rolling.
Hoax events never have real smartphone footage.
This video features a cab detached from the chassis, with the driver still in it.
Got me thinking that in our relatively peaceful life in the Western world, we’d have very little “news” to spread other than the odd birth, death, and weather report if not for the manufactured fear porn story.
Glad Sprocket survived.
The video shows a dog ambling around a snowy backyard. She suddenly bolts as heavy branches crash to the ground where she was standing just seconds before, a result of the ice storm and heavy winds that punished Toronto on Sunday.
I had to dig to find this story – upon being notified that a former co-worker was killed in a crash last night. Those that reported the crash to me couldn’t find any media on the story.
My information differs from this report, saying he crashed into another car and then was hit by a big truck and sandwiched to death.
I’ve noted this story because it shows how real stories are reported with little or no detail, if at all. I’d be surprised if there was any follow up to the story.
If I had to guess what happened, I’d say there was a flash freeze in the area that turned the road into a skating rink. Knowing what I know about our area’s drivers, most don’t bother to lower their speed.
Provincial police are investigating after a man died following a single-vehicle crash on the Burlington Skyway. The incident took place on Jan. 23 at 10:13 p.m. The man, 43, was found dead at the bottom of the Skyway, said OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt. Foul play isn’t suspected.
The law of averages states that there must be a few real stories in the news. I choose this one over the “virus” stories.
A report from the Argentine doctors’ organisation, Physicians in the Crop-Sprayed Towns, challenges the theory that the Zika virus epidemic in Brazil is the cause of the increase in the birth defect microcephaly among newborns.
The Physicians commented: “Malformations detected in thousands of children from pregnant women living in areas where the Brazilian state added Pyriproxyfen to drinking water are not a coincidence, even though the Ministry of Health places a direct blame on the Zika virus for this damage.”