1.24.2012

Utah People Drive Like Texans



It starts a little slow but gets a little crazy. (I'm fairly sure this is video from yesterday.)

Edit: Direct link is here. Didn't realize the video self started. That is annoying.

12 comments:

Triple Fake... said...

the difference is that we get maybe a couple of days each year to practice, and that might include ice. So we have an excuse for not being very good drivers on bad weather days. Those folks get this type of weather every year for long stretches of time. They should be better at it than what this video shows

Anonymous said...

"Hide your wives!" "Hide your kids!" "They hitt'n everybody up in here!"

Anonymous said...

That is completely insane. I'm not sure of I'm more shocked that the driving wad that bad or the people that aren't smart enough to not stand in the street.

LLDQFan said...

They must be coming down a hill, because they were coming with pretty good speed and I know that town sits on the side of the mountain there.

Anonymous said...

I like that guy in the pickup truck who gets through the whole thing at about 60 mph and then hits his brakes after it's all past him ... dumbass. Ditch.

Anonymous said...

Don't know why but I love to watch these videos. Scares me to death to drive in it, but I have many times; and, for a Texan I am pretty good at it. Drove from Ft worth to Decatur 4 years ago in the huge snow we got in March. Was in my caddy..drove up to the garage and got stuck in a big drift. It sat there for 2 days before I could get it out. My little county road was so bad you could not see where the pavement was. I am woman, hear me roar.

Anonymous said...

I didn't watch the video, but I am not liking how it automatically starts to play when I come onto your page.

Triple Fake... said...

the really annoying part is that it self-starts with an ad that apparently can't be turned off

Anonymous said...

I agree with 11:18..auto play is annoying...I can push play myself, thank you.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for turning it off, Barry.

Anonymous said...

And it never occurs to these idiots filming to try to walk up the road and help stop people from getting onto the slope? These wrecks happened over a period of time. Instead, better to get on film what could be some pretty serious wrecks, and who knows...some traumatized people that they could have helped. Put your camera down and help people. But, not in today's society...the filming of the misfortune of others can get you HITS and a Mucinex sponsorship, after all! Wish one of their wives or daughters would have topped the hill after a few minutes. Wouldn't be so much fun all of a sudden.

Anonymous said...

Crazy on ice

My Other Brother Darryl