>Name's in the webm
>Obviously doesn't know how to google
From what I heard in the first thread I saw this in, he was like this 16yo that tried to rob this lady in a parkinglot in some brown country, but she was packing and shot him in the fucking chest.
Gernot Reinstadler (1 January 1970 – 19 January 1991) was an Austrian ski racer. He was regarded as among the most promising young talents of the Austrian downhill team of the early 1990s.
During training for the Lauberhorn race, while entering the finish S (German: Ziel-S), Reinstadler lost control and crashed into safety nets at full speed, where one of his skis became trapped. Reinstadler suffered a pelvic fracture and severe internal injuries.
He died later the same night at an Interlaken hospital.
Following Reinstadler's death the 1991 Lauberhorn race was canceled, and enhanced safety measures were implemented for the following year's race.
Fuck man shit. Did he really rip that area open???
He got shot in the chest after attempting to rob someone. Severed his aorta, supposedly
He was in freefall the whole time, stolen jumps... the works.
Melee was a little fucked up sometimes.
That would've made me quite playing, and the fact it was even possible makes me respect it a little less. I'll stick to Sm4sh, thank you.
you've never gotten the urge to shove cockroaches up your ass? what a freak
thats not even an abscess from shooting up. Also unless your some fucking junky street slut melting snow for water and using pocket lint as a cotton its pretty hard to get an abscess.
I love that Africa exists. Whenever I'm procrastinating uni work and feeling like a degenerate, I just remember that there is a whole continent full of sub-human filth and I suddenly feel better just for being a civilised human.
this is seriously really fucking funny. watching them flail around and make each other stumble and fall is looney tunes af. no surprise why they do it so much, or why so many people are watching. i would be laughing my ass off.
It's a cyst, and unless it's done properly in sterile conditions and the sack is properly removed afterwards, it's just going to either go septic and cause blood poisoning or come back just as bad again. Not as easy as just popping and draining it...