The Campaign For DA

1.28.2016

Speaking Of Idiocracy

I'm not sure how this is possible.

Update:

Releasing air from the tires? Yo! Science!

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

"I'm not sure how this is possible."

9.5' bus tries to go under 9' bridge. That's how it's possible.

Anonymous said...

What the Foch!?!?!

Anonymous said...

Bus driver does not have a Foching clue what he is doing, thats how it is possible.

Anonymous said...

Is the Work No. 1357 (MOTHERS) sign still there on Foch? That work of art is too cool for Cowtown.

Anonymous said...

Super gay.

Anonymous said...

2:59, yup..it's still there

Anonymous said...

Dispatcher: Where you at man, I got another stop for you.

Driver: I'm just crossing the intersection of Lancaster and FOCCCHHHHHH!

Anonymous said...

A liberal weenie would have tried to jack up the bridge.

Anonymous said...

wfaa.com says, "Crews decided to deflate the bus' tires after a Twitter user suggested the move to low[er] the wedged vehicle."

After a Twitter user suggested it? I would bet the cost of a brand new city bus that firefighters on the scene were experienced and bright enough to come up with that on their own. Vehicles get wedged under bridges, parking garages, etc. with enough frequency that tire deflation is not a novel idea.

Anonymous said...

Hurry Bu you can beat your ambulance chaser buddies to the scene and cash out!!!

Anonymous said...

A conservatard would have accused the bridge of not working hard enough to be taller.

Anonymous said...

Duck!

DF Fort Worth Bus Driver

Anonymous said...

5:17, Now get back to work. Those fries aren't going to cook themselves.

Bear said...

5:17

You obviously don't understand conservatives. Your liberal ignorance is showing again. I suggest you lower your skirt a little.

Bear said...

Coach Hill told us (in 8th grade [1974-75]) about doing that when he was in the Navy and was loading a supply ship. His group of engineers had planned the loading down to the last inch. When the trucks showed up, they had machine guns mounted on top that was not disclosed to them. They let the air out of the tires to get the trucks to fit. Unfortunately, when the ships arrived, the truck tires needed to be refilled. They assumed that was better than arriving with no machine guns.