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Wan show playing in the background of a car crash

Ha, nice catch! You must have been paying more attention than that Hyundai driver.

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I watch this youtube channel that post dashcam crash videoes, this one has the wan show playing in on of the cars.

Edit: Damn, could not see there was another post :3

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Hey guys, im not sure if this is the right place to post this or not so if it isn't then i do apologize to the mods before hand.

 

Well i was just laying back on my couch browsing through Youtube when i came across a video posted on the Dashcam Owner's Australia page.  Watching the video it shows a vehicle traveling down a road where upon reaching an intersection a small Hyundai pulls out instead of waiting causing the vehicle with the right of way to slam into the side.  Now the funny part thing isn't the accident itself but the fact that the guy was listening to the Wan Show, you can clearly hear Linus speaking about SLI.

 

I just thought i'd share it for you guys to check out (and hopefully Linus gets to see the carnage his show caused aswell 😂)  

 

Edit: Oops my bad, seems somebody else has already posted this up, sorry for the multiple posts, mods please delete.

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Multiple threads merged. We don't need 4 separate threads discussing the same thing.

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I hope everyone involved is alright. An interesting coincidence re: The WAN Show, but I don't /see/ anything funny here.

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A car crash like that isn't fun...  good catch though. 

 

I hope the drivers of both cars are ok.  Looks like it considering photos were taken.   

 

I'm sure he will find it difficult to listen to any podcast in the car again without getting flashbacks.  Can be pretty gnarly the next few months after a nasty car crash.

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According to the video description, the van driver is okay. The Hyundai driver was taken to hospital but looked okay at the scene.

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4 hours ago, Spotty said:

Multiple threads merged. We don't need 4 separate threads discussing the same thing.

I nearly had an out of body experience reading this thread until I realized that it was several threads merged together 🤯 

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A driver down in Australia was listening to the WAN show when a van pulls out in front of him. You can hear both Linus's & Luck's voice in the dash-cam's video. They were discussing the killing of SLI. Supposedly no one was seriously injured which makes this amusing to laugh at 😂

 

 

Hardware Unboxed also tweeted it

 

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9 hours ago, Spotty said:

Ha, nice catch! You must have been paying more attention than that Hyundai driver.

Wouldn't that Hyundai driver be more of what you Australians call a D head? Overtaking a bunch of queued right turners, that driver knew what they were doing 100%. 

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22 minutes ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

Wouldn't that Hyundai driver be more of what you Australians call a D head?

Yes, but if you've ever watched dash cam owners Australia YouTube channel you'll know everyone on the road is a f'ing d'head. They do monthly collections of the best clips that get sent in. Always a few there.

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I came across this car crash video on youtube today.  It seems that the driver was listening to the WAN show when the accident occured.  

 

Have a watch...

 

 

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animals coming out of nowhere, idiot drivers, cant go below speed limit or you get stared at, cant go above because obvious reason

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I think they just really wanted to blame people like Linus for SLI disappearing.

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Video footage of a viewer killing SLI

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I was so confused when i saw this. I thought youtube was bugging out when i heard the Wan Show

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