At 2/13/06 10:20 PM, Marine237 wrote:
Are you sure it wasn't a helpless animal?
Cuz tumbles weeds don't go *squish* just to give you a heads up...
I know it wasn't an animal. It didn't go squish. It just kind of flattened out. Hell, for all I know, it may have gotten right back up and rolled away. Those things are tricky little fuckers.
At 2/13/06 10:20 PM, Zerok wrote:
(It was probably on its way to some important awkward or silent scene.
Ah well. Just goes to show: Look both ways before crossing.
Haha. It was looking for work in a country western movie. He was on his way to becoming a star. He never saw it coming, and he was rundown in quite possibly the prime of his career.
It was eithe him just trying to cross the street to get back home, or he was just practicing for the big scene.
At 2/13/06 10:20 PM, Legionnaire-X wrote:
Thats awesome! O_O
It is, isn't it? :O
At 2/13/06 10:20 PM, wismty wrote:
Dude, that's so wrong, what did that tumbleweed ever done to you?
It made me stare in amazement at it and I dropped my ice cream cone. What a bastard.
At 2/13/06 10:21 PM, --MRED-- wrote:
you should of let it roll on by....
one of those Authentic wild west moments right there
I probably would've if I had some duel appropriate music playing in my car. I don't think the Gorillaz was going to cut that. Besides, he looked like he was having fun just sitting there in the road.
At 2/13/06 10:21 PM, Kucamonga_Kid wrote:
Do you not see a lot of tumbleweeds in Illinois or something?
I sometimes see some since I live in a Southern California desert city.
There's not too many that roll around here. We always seem to get a nice influx of them around the summer time. It does get pretty hot around here on certain days. If it's hot and windy at the same time, I'm going to have to keep a lookout for one.
At 2/13/06 10:22 PM, -Redder- wrote:
I ran over a person.
It was windy.
He's not going to blow away, unless you offer for him to.
At 2/13/06 10:23 PM, Afro_sauce wrote:
I saw some when I went to California.
I have heard of picking them up but running over one? Oh my.
I'm the exact opposite way. I've ran them over, but never actually picked one up. I guess I'd rather let them blow to wherever they're destined than pick them up and destroy their chances of traveling all over the country.
At 2/13/06 10:24 PM, Nicko9y wrote:
Nice one gooch.
Oh yeah, it was. :)
At 2/13/06 10:24 PM, Baron_Von_Bad_Guy wrote:
Hit and run, eh?
Hell yeah. I don't know if it was a successful one or not, because it wasn't in the road when I came home on the same road. I might be in trouble if he reported me. :O