Thursday, February 24, 2011

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This Magnetic Kid Must Live A Tortured Life

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Even through watching X-Men and seeing Magneto being the most "powerful" of all the mutants, I still wouldn't want that power. What? You can control metal. Oh shit, you toppled a 6-month long construction project just because you can move metal structure. Now you're the asshole that put multiple workers out of business. Dude's have families to feed.

Now we have this kid. His situation is nothing like Magneto-just wanted to toss a witty X-Men reference into a blog. But yeah, he can't go near any metal objects. That means no Playstation, internet "film", and blogging. I'd be finished. Living without a soul for years just waiting to die off at some point. Don't know how this kid is smiling at any point in this video. Maybe it's because he's from Serbia, and ice fishing is like the equivalent to Disney World out there, but that's some sad shit.

The ONE positive I've figured out of this is the fact that he won't be a Microsoft Office drone like the rest of us for 40+ hours a week. That also means no Working Man's Diary dude. Just buy the pistol now.

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  1. thealttab.com said... February 25, 2011 at 12:38 PM

    Come on bro, this is way more serious than you're taking it...PS3 and internet "film" are out of the question. Kid can't step within 5 feet of electronic equiment with that problem. You know how many Toshiba Tube Screens this kids probably ruined by sitting to close to the TV?

  2. SLU said... February 26, 2011 at 12:25 PM

    Got a bit dark there at the end, Dub. And you're forgetting about the fact that Serbia people drink. Plus, his parent figure could print out your latest blogs for him, so he wouldn't have to go without.

    But you're missing the greatest problem: no cell phone.

    That just eliminates you as a person from society.

  3. Anonymous said... February 26, 2011 at 12:28 PM

    14 second mark: what were they thinking? Isn't that a little gross for a little kid?

  4. Dub Jeezy said... February 28, 2011 at 4:58 PM

    I was never one of those kids that sat too close to the screen (shit was disorienting), so I can't relate.

    I do have to say the lack of cell phone would be an issue. 1000% because I couldn't crush 'angry birds' on the daily.

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