Punching a producer, that's what gets you
@xSparkySharky, Men used to be able to get drunk and scrap, then make up the next day with a beer and a handshake. Too bad that world is dying.
@xSparkySharky, both parties were at fault, they had trouble in the past with the producer. By Jeremy was piss drunk so was May idk Hammond. And he was PROMISED really good food after a long day of recording.... Needless to say it could of happened to the best of people
@Redelrops, as someone who has seen the aftermath of "a scrap" gone wrong, it shouldn't happen over something so petty... With that said I think a financial penalty or a suspension was all that was warranted, not a sacking 😕
Speed has killed many a junky.
I can clarify that this observation is correct. Yeah, I'm backing up my own point here. This is my life now.
Um no sir. The implication of speed being the weapon is that very few people are trained to handle a high speed and as such non professionals cannot react quickly enough to prevent an accident. Furthermore it is unrealistic to expect pedestrians to be constantly on the lookout for high velocity vehicles shooting out of nowhere in a society where that is a rarity. Take that logic to court and you're going to get your butt hole plugged in prison
@VibratingButtChomper, the argument is from a physics point of view. The sudden change in momentum is what kills, not the speed itself. Also, it's supposed to funny, not taken seriously.
Speed has killed many race drivers and terrible regular drivers.
@Shuddup, it's not the speed that's the problem. It's the loss of lack of control.
Really it's when your outside suddenly become stationary but your insides (like your brain) keep moving
I think what he's trying to say is the first derivative of position with respect to time does not kill you but a significant change in the second derivative will kill you. Math is fun.
Hold your horses there Ricky Bobby