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  1. big_smoke

    Monday, April 23rd, 2018

    Please get Flores to call and defend himself against 35 pissed off callers, god damnit that was good radio! 🤣
  2. Don't encourage this miserable fucking bullshit. 🤡
  3. My new favorite thing on the internet is when he went off on Trump for Syria. Shit is DOPE!
  4. big_smoke

    X UNPLUGGED - in it's entirety from March 18th, 2018

    Simply, bad ass brother.
  5. Fat people want to be a 'protected class' now? Are you fuckin' shitting me?
  6. big_smoke


    about time boss.
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    Six months recovery and he will be better than ever!
  8. At least two people were killed and 70 were injured when an Amtrak passenger train collided with a CSX freight train early Sunday just outside the capital of South Carolina, officials said. The South Carolina Emergency Management Division said Amtrak 91 was traveling from New York to Miami when it collided with the CSX train in Cayce around 2:35 a.m. At least 70 people were transported to local hospitals, Lexington County spokesman Harrison Cahill said at a news conference. "We have anywhere from scratches and bumps to more severe broken bones," Cahill told reporters. Amtrak said in a statement the train's lead engine derailed, as did some passenger cars that was carrying eight crew members and approximately 139 passengers on board. TV footage from the crash scene showed the aftermath of the collision, with the Amtrak engine on its side and its front crumpled. Derailed Amtrak cars after a train traveling from New York to Miami collided with a CSX freight train in South Carolina. (FOX News) Cahill could not say if the two people killed were riding on the passenger train or the freight train. No immediate information was available about the CSX train, but SCMED Public Information Officer Derrec Becker told reporters that officials are working to secure a fuel leak that resulted from the spill. Lexington County emergency officials responding to the scene where an Amtrak train collided with a CSX freight train in Cayce, South Carolina early Sunday morning. (Lexington County Sherriff) As of now, 5,000 gallons of diesel fuel has spilled and crews are trying to secure the leak, according to Becker. Video Amtrak train collides with freight train in South Carolina "There is no danger to anyone in the nearby area of Lexington County," Becker told "FOX & friends Weekend." The crash happened near a stretch of tracks by a rail yard about 10 miles south of Columbia, where several track spurs split off for freight cars to be unloaded. Authorities said they haven't determined if both trains were moving or if the Amtrak train was diverted on to a side track. The Amtrak train collided with a CSX freight train in Cayce, located just outside Columbia. (FOX News) Amtrak said that anyone with questions regarding passengers on the train can contact them at 1-800-523-9101 South Carolina's Red Cross chapter tweeted that emergency responders were at the scene. The people who weren't hurt were taken in patrol cars to a shelter, Lexington County Sheriff's spokesman Adam Myrick said. "We know they are shaken up quite a bit. We know this is like nothing else they have ever been through. So we wanted to get them out of the cold, get them out of the weather - get them to a warm place," Myrick said. The National Transportation Safety Board said it was launching a "Go Team" to investigate the deadly crash. This is the third Amtrak crash since December. On Dec. 18, an Amtrak train derailed in Washington state, killing three people and injuring dozens more. Just last week, one persion in a truck died when an Amtrak crash carrying Republican members of Congress stuck the vehicle at a crossing. Two other people in the vehicle were severely injured.