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Van driver learns lesson: Don't ignore the signs

Van driver learns lesson: Don't ignore the signs

(7:55) December 5, 2013: The Forth Road Bridge in Scotland was closed to all vehicles except cars due to gale force winds. But the driver of a delivery van chose to ignore the warning signs and attempt to cross anyway.

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Guest: D'oh! (1433 days ago)
VanDamme missed an opportunity!
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VanDamme missed an opportunity!
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Guest: (1433 days ago)
Someone please tell those stubborn drunken Scots that they are not spelling the word "Fourth" correctly. I gather it's because they've moved on to their second Fifth by now. And since when do folks driving on the wrong side of the road measure wind speed in MPH? Have you given up on the metric system?
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Someone please tell those stubborn drunken Scots that they are not spelling the word "Fourth" correctly. I gather it's because they've moved on to their second Fifth by now. And since when do folks driving on the wrong side of the road measure wind speed in MPH? Have you given up on the metric system?
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Guest: Gonadics (1433 days ago)
It's the Firth of Forth, therefore the bridge over the Forth. Nothing to do with numbers. I think you will also find that in the UK, we drive on the correct side of the road, as did the Romans and god-knows-who before them. People always passed on the left as it meant they could protect themselves from potential attackers by having a sword or weapon in their right hand. People now drive on the 'wrong' side in the US and mainland Europe because Napoleon wanted to be different.
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It's the Firth of Forth, therefore the bridge over the Forth. Nothing to do with numbers. I think you will also find that in the UK, we drive on the correct side of the road, as did the Romans and god-knows-who before them. People always passed on the left as it meant they could protect themselves from potential attackers by having a sword or weapon in their right hand. People now drive on the 'wrong' side in the US and mainland Europe because Napoleon wanted to be different.
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Guest: (1433 days ago)
Like with that whole metric system thing...
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Like with that whole metric system thing...
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Guest: LOL_abnbjmhgy (1433 days ago)
Were all the puppies in the back OK?
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Were all the puppies in the back OK?
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Guest: (1431 days ago)
Latest comment: I guess you are a toss pot yank by the sound of your illogical and pathetically stupid rant. You give morons a bad name. Sink back into the slime hole you were puked out off.
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Latest comment: I guess you are a toss pot yank by the sound of your illogical and pathetically stupid rant. You give morons a bad name. Sink back into the slime hole you were puked out off.
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