@AstrumVox, Well done
Does anyone know the name of the video
Found it here's the link http://youtu.be/ujExJN6jYgU
@MrPoopybutthole, I can't click it as a link, can you say the name?
@GT3, how to use demolition hammer properly
@AstrumVox, You see Ivan..
Think what he wud hav done if it was turned on!!
@Yeahright, thats the joke
@Yeahright, he would probably mess up his right arm
@Yeahright, my girlfriend said the same thing before she left
@Yeahright, the entire country would be in dire straits
@new username 1, that was the most subtle joke if you really think about it and don't take the obvious joke into account.
@Chuck Shirley is God, what's the subtle joke
@new username 1, talking about right arms and then you said she " left "
@Chuck Shirley is God, ahh I didn't even see that comment before you mentioned it
@new username 1, Well. Just lie to me. Tell me you did that on purpose just hoping someone would catch on. Just let have this damnit!!!
@Chuck Shirley is God, hey I didn't do it on purpose but you are quite the smart one to make the connection
A man doesn't use battery power. He uses man power!
@Chuck Shirley is God, it's not battery powered. It's electric.
@TheRealDonDraper, You are correct. I was wrong. You just won on the internet bud.
@Chuck Shirley is God, 🤔
I thought the chipped off area behind him was a mural for a sec
I'm laughing at him, but I know I couldn't do better with a working machine, so maybe hard work does beat smarts
@Dr Rick Sanchez, I'm actually super impressed with how much he got done in an hour
@Dr Rick Sanchez, Nothing to do with the picture. I just really like your name Dr.
He's either an idiot or likes to play life on hard mode
This man's work ethic is amazing and admirable, despite being a little on the slow side. Imagine what he could have done if somebody had stopped laughing at him and actually showed him how to use that?
@Lord Zuko , That's no fun. You have to make them learn the lesson first, then tell them.
If you're stupid but you still work, are you not stupid?
*makes a "you see ivane" comment.
Someone has to tell him...
Can anyone tell me actually what that machine does
@TouchRoofieGetPoofie, pretty sure it's like a handheld jackhammer when turned on
@TouchRoofieGetPoofie, it makes your hands and arms itch. That's what it does.
@TouchRoofieGetPoofie, That's a tool used to remove Drywall. It's like a handheld jackhammer, the top part moves back and forth quickly and easily pries drywall off of concrete.
Wow. So stupid it hurts.
@I Are Lebo, Not everyone has the mental capacity, but not everyone has this kind of dedication either. Just because you are smarter than someone doesnt make them less than you.
@niffler, honestly, sometimes it does. That same dedication with a little common sense would get him really far in life. Being this unintelligent with this level of dedication will only get him taken advantage of.
But no, if he is mentally handicapped I do not look down on him for it. If anything, I look down on all the people who see him doing this and don't think to show him how to properly use the tool.
There is something that a lot of people don't grasp. It's not about better or worse. As humans we are different. But we are NOT equal. If we were all equal there would be no such thing as greatness. Fück participation awards. Stop rewarding mediocrity. Stop praising ineffectiveness. Idolize greatness.
Otherwise we wind up as a culture who would watch a moron go at a wall with a turned off power tool, taking five times the amount of time to finish the job, and say "well done!"
@I Are Lebo, While I understand your point, and partially agree, I still believe we are all equal in the sense that we all have something to give. Just because you are smarter than someone, doesnt make them any less than you. You might have intelligence but he might have the attitude. Or willpower, or communication skills you might lack. You are right that we are all different, but those differences do not make us unequal. Maybe some people are better followers than leaders, but we expect everyone to be leaders and insult them when they are not fit. But who would there be to lead if there were no followers? We idolize 1st place so much that we reject the importance of people who are less capable. He may not be smart but what if he is a loving father? He may have terrible communication skills but he is excellent at problem solving. She might have the ability to get people energized in a public speech but is incredibly unorganized. It's not fair to judge people on the same plane.
@niffler, I agree completely. As I said, it's not about better or worse. It's about potential. We all have potential. Whether or not we take advantage of it and how we do so determines our value.
All humans do NOT have the same value to society. Having said that, it also not an all or nothing equation.
Someone who works thirty hours a week at a McDonalds, then goes home to a one bedroom apartment that they live alone in is of much less value to society than, say, a Paediatrician who owns his own practice, and goes home to his upscale house in the suburbs, his wife who works as a public school teacher, and their three children.
Does this mean the McDonalds employee should be discounted? No! Of course not. Because life is not about who is better or worse. Outside of hypothetical evaluations, the fact that the doctors life is worth more is entirely irrelevant. But it IS worth more.
@niffler, low value people form the foundation for society. Without low value people there cannot be high value people. Without high value people culture stagnates. Both types are necessary for society to run properly.
@niffler, and just in case I'm coming across as elitist or arrogant, I consider myself to be a low value member of society. I'm very intelligent, but I'm also crippled. I don't work, I'm single (without prospects) and I live off of government support.
My life, as it is, has little to no value to society. But I have the potential to change that. Once I do, I may become higher valued. Until then, it's only potential, and because everyone has potential, potential is valueless.
@I Are Lebo, I disagree in that we all have the same value in society. In fact, I believe you back my very point when you say that "low value people form the foundation for society" because their very existance is essential. That McDonalds worker allows the convenience of a cheap and quick meal to move through.
I think you are contradicting yourselve when you say that it's not about who is better or worse when you say someone is worth more. The humble janitor or fast food worker or garbage disposal worker keep our society running smoothly while doctors engineers keep progressing what we already have.
Yes, some people have more impact on society, and this is where the differences lie but lets say this: You are forced to choose between to people to save from death. One is a worker from retail, the other is a doctor at an er clinic. Your responsibility is to choose to save the one that is "worth" the most, yes? You are given suggestions by people who know the two in question to help you
@I Are Lebo, decide. The patients of the doctor says obviously choose the doctor, their lives have been saved by this man. But the daughter of the retail worker says that he was been the best father she coukd ask for. Always present, donates to charity, follows his faith and has never commited a crime. The wife of the man will say the same thing. His neighbor will tell you he has been the most helpful neighbor hes ever had. I guess my point here is that while we all have various more immediate or important impacts in society, on an individual level we are all equal in value. My life is worth as much as the president of the united states.
@niffler, this is why I said outside of absurd hypotheticals. This situation gets brought up a lot in hypotheticals. But it will NEVER happen. There is NO situation in which I would have to choose between two lives. This is because as an ordinary citizen I do not have the right or the authority to make that decision.
Doctors sometimes have to make the choice, and for them the choice is which patient has the higher chance of survival, not who which patient is.
Value is determined by (among a couple of other things) ease of replacement. There are many, many, many people who are capable of being a janitor. There are many people who aren't capable of much more than being a janitor. There aren't as many people capable of being a janitor.
Low value does not mean no value.
Necessary for society does not mean high value.
You're mixing my terms.
When you build a house, you have to pour a foundation. Per pound, the cement they use is very cheap. The bricks on top are more expensive,
@niffler, the wood paneling holding it all together is slightly more expensive, the terra cotta roof tiles are even more expensive, and the solar panels attached on top are really expensive. But without every layer, the solar panels wouldn't work because on the ground they don't receive enough light.
It's similar. There are millions of people living their whole lives working minimum wage retail or food service jobs because they aren't capable of doing better. Collectively, they are needed for society to continue the way it has been. Individually, they are low value and easily replaced.
I am not insulting them. As I said, I am one of them. But I don't like living with blinders on. I'm observing how things are, not how I'd like things to be.
And for the record, I think most Presidents are of a lot lower value to a society than most people think.
I just lost all my faith in humanity
@Novakking, if it's stupid, but you work hard, it ain't stupid
@Novakking, really? You see somebody who works as hard as this guy and think it's a bad thing? He might be on the slow side, but I can't help but admire his determination. Shame on you for mocking him.
Should we tell him?
Intelligence vs endurance
You can't say he's bad at what he dors
I have a cruel sense of humor and this is the most messed up thing I've seen in a bit. He's obviously not so bright and to make a man work for an hour like that without telling them is harsh.
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As an electrician, I encounter people like this every week. My favourite comment is when someone asks where to plug their tools in, when the building hasnt even been wired yet.
As a guy who has worked construction jobs... I cam confirm there are many people like this.
If it's stupid, but it works, it ain't stupid.
I reallly wish he would have told him, just the look on his face would have been beautiful
One of those guys that's stronger than he looks
Lolx good job Ivane..
What is that?
@Queen of the Fall, it's like an electric jackhammer.
@Doctor Krieger, aren't all Jack hammers electric....??
@OverlyDramaticNunz, no? Most are pneumatic.
@Doctor Krieger, Or hydraulic if on a huge machine. Electric ones are becoming more popular.