Also that’s only 20 numbers god have mercy
Use this to remember all the dates of the solar eclipses. Travel back in time to medieval Europe, and claim that you are causing the solar eclipses, predicting each one perfectly
Be worshipped as a god
The Haunted Bullet
In terms of being unlucky, it’s hard to top Henry Zeigland – the man who thought he’d dodged fate. But perhaps it was all just poetic justice.
It all started in 1883, when he broke off a relationship with his girlfriend, who then killed herself from the distress. Her brother went so crazy that he vowed to kill Ziegland no matter what. He hunted him down and shot him. Believing him dead, the brother then turned the gun on himself and ended his own life.
But Ziegland wasn’t dead. The bullet had only grazed his face and then lodged in a large tree behind him. He thought himself an incredibly lucky man.
But the story didn’t end there. Years later, Ziegland decided to cut down the tree, which still had the bullet lodged in it. The task seemed so tough that he decided to blow it up with a few sticks of dynamite.
The explosion sent the bullet out straight into Ziegland’s head, killing him instantly. Now that’s freaky – or incredibly unlucky.
Look at this lmao
Dog Retrieves Dynamite
Picture this: it’s deep winter in the far north. Harry Jenkins and his two buddies go ice fishing one day at Ten Mile Lake in Akeley, Minnesota. The lake is completely iced over.
In an attempt to quickly create a large hole for fishing, Mr. Jenkins first lights, then tosses, a stick of illegally obtained dynamite across the ice.
To his horror, his pet dog Jerry, a Labrador retriever (doh!) races across the ice in an attempt to retrieve the dynamite – thinking that his master is throwing a stick for him. This isn’t going to end well, is it?
The dog picks up the dynamite – despite screams from the men – then starts to run back towards them with a wagging tail. The three men realize they’re in worse danger than they thought, so they begin to run for their lives in the opposite direction, with the dog chasing them.
The men narrowly escape death – but the explosion not only blows up the dog; it also cracks the ice near the truck, which then sinks through the surface and plunges to the bottom of the lake.
In addition to losing his dog, Mr. Jenkins became a double loser when the insurance company refused to pay on his claim for the sunken truck.
Not ideal, let’s face it
I would feel terrible
the dog ;_;
I feel bad more for the dog then the person
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yes I ran out of likes, so I’m doing this to compensate
If only the dog was dogmeat
It’d be perfectly ok
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Thank you! Very cool
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Thanks my dude
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Thank you for last night