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The more talent in sports or arts or whatever the lower brain for something so natural as it is common sense and be aware of a dog who bite a Leon can eat you , a shark or others dangerous things as it is take a dangerous picture... hello??? Wake up people don’t loose your mind over stupid things 🤷♀️🤷♀️🤷♀️🙏🏻
Why are the 3 facing the wrong way , the passing train should be behind them , it's the subject of interest , not the approaching train , that they supposably weren't aware of . when visiting the statue of liberty , it's nice to include it in your selfie , may be more believable you were there.
That’s the problem with modern youths, they seem to think that they are invincible and that their brains are an ornament on top of their neck! Sorry, but I have no sympathy, and still fed up with young people who think it’s cute to have one thought at a time, and it’s always the older generations telling them to use their head instead of relying on others to protect them. I’m of a generation where our first tv was a huge boxed black and white tv, and our parents’ remote control for the tv was us kids. And I remember good times before computers, internet and social media etc and I remember a time before modern day young people think it’s cute to behave as if they’re brain dead! It’s so frustrating when the young members of the family calls me to find out information for their homework courses and yet they have devices to do so, permanently attached to their hands and ears, and they have Google search engine, or whatever it’s called to do the same thing but they’re on Facebook or instagram, WhatsApp etc. And you ask anyone under 21 a question and you just get a blank stare back, and they never on time or keep to their words, and favourite catchphrases are, “I don’t know,” “I’ve forgot” and/or “I’m bored!” And this constant and incessantly need to taking selfies of every moment of their life is beyond ridiculous, and us adults have to tell them not to take our photographs and post it all over social media, as they feel it’s not an infringement of others personal space and we should feel privileged , Hell no! It’s both rude and disrespectful. The human race is in trouble and the future doesn’t look all that healthy as people are replacing human contact with technology, and people say cancers is killing a lot of people every year, but I want to know how many people have been murdered via the social media? How many people per year, has had “beef” that started on social media and spilled into reality? It’s not as far fetch of a question, I mean there’s a lot of videos on YouTube right now of embarrassing idiots fight one another after having “beef” with their foes that began as words tapped on a screen, isn’t that just so ridiculous. And how many people per year, using social media have committed suicides after being cyber-bullied? Share they didn’t have parents or other people to switch the damn computer off! True, I’ve never been on Twitter or Instagram, and Facebook two weeks was too much for me and I deleted the account and that was like almost fourteen years ago. I really can’t see the attraction to all these social media crap. And I really don’t get the obsession with selfies. Yeah, I’ve been guilty of taking photos of things with my mobile, but to pose and pout like some demented twat and take a snap is beyond ridiculous. (I even know of a person, and I say that loosely who actually took selfies of them self with their waste in the loo, and they wonder why I’ve blocked them and refused to remain in touch with them!) I’ve even had to have words with younger members of my family who thought standing in the middle of a busy road with fast moving traffic, who thought it’ll be fun to take a selfie with a friend with cars, buses etc zooming pass them. I was more angry that they were putting other motorists in danger. A couple of years back, it was a craze fad to take selfie with homeless people, which was wrong and disrespectful towards the vulnerable in our society, but thankfully the younger members of my family didn’t partake in this as thankfully they recognise it wasn’t a nice thing to do. I just wished young people today weren’t so two-dimensional in their ways and social media are making young person believe it’s fine to be like sheep and to do what others are doing and even try to outdo one another, and nobody are keen to own their own individuality. Early in the year, my apartment building was stripped of power for almost 48 hours, where we only had basic emergency electrical power to lights and kitchens. So everything else was off, so there were no tv, as the building’s commune digital signal receiver was off and no power to my internet. I had my emergency kit and got my candles out and stayed snugged in bed as there weren’t any power to the switch on the boiler for heat, I mean it’s gas but you need electricity to fire it up, and it was Winter. Anyway, had my books and things to do that ain’t reliant on electric. Now, I was cool but the younger members of my family, couldn’t understand my situation, to them no electricity to power the internet was equal to the end of the world. And sadly, this is our future where people will be more addicted to electricity and all things to do with the internet, and nobody knowing how to operate without these things. All this advancement in technology, where it should’ve been a positive things, for the future human race, it’s going to be a big negative thing because people will be too reliant on the digital stuff and not recognising that life can still go on, even without all things internet based. The human mind will go redundant, actually it’s happening already, this tragic story a prime example: too quick to put all your mindfulness into technology and not respecting your natural awareness that’s there to protect you. This is the differences between my generation and the generation that those three girls came from, my mind would have been with them but at the same instance, attuned to my surroundings as well. Even today, I might be on my mobile device to check my messages, texts etc, but my mind will also be alerted to everything going on around me. The only time I will let my mind be focus on one thought is when I’m in a safe place where I feel secure, in my home and I know there’s no immediate danger. If parents taught their children to be more mindful, we wouldn’t have so many dead young people, dying for a selfie
I lived in Spanish Fork for 12 years and I remember when this happened. I was in 9th grade at the time of the accident and my dad is a volunteer firefighter and paramedic. This gave him PTSD. He went on this call and it was very upsetting to him and it gave him nightmares. He said to my mom that they could still smell the girls perfume when they got up to the canyon and he had to pick up body parts. The girl, Savannah, actually survived it for a little while but later died in the hospital from injuries. This was/is very heart breaking.
There's a bunch of unnecessary info about them leading up to 2:53 that wasted my life. So maybe 2:53 will save a couple minutes of your life. Moral of the story, selfie people are rare breeds of idiots who occasionally get to have the claim to fame of death by vanity.
Thems some real smart girls. As far as retards go. Just another example of how desperation kills. They were desperate to get that social media shot. Look folks, if you're to stupid to pay attention to your surroundings, stay away from dangerous things and situations. And you folks know who you are, 85+% of the population falls into this category, self included at times
First of all this is why you should never get on the train tracks in the first place. #2 how can you not hear or even feel the vibrations of the other train on the other track. #3 none of them judging by the selfie photo were wearing headphones so again how could they not hear or even feel the vibrations of the train. #4 couldn't they see the train coming in their cell phone video???
Let this be an important lesson for millennials who think playing with danger is cool - it's not. And unfortunately lives are always taken because of their own foolishness. I hate to say this but those totally self absorbed in their own stupidity need a serious crash course in common sense. Yeah it sad that these girls died but for the train engineers doing their jobs their lives could be damaged for ever. So in the train engineer's defense please read the signs they must've been posted near by. And stay your asses off the train tracks. This is why people often say over and over - be very aware of your surroundings.
I live in Utah. Sadly this happens a lot 😔 up north of Utah we have our big and beautiful city Salt Lake. We use trains quite often really and there a train tracks everywhere. I’ve heard lots of people that have been killed from these trains. It really is sad and I wish they would promote more train safety.
Something doesn't seem right. Lets forget the small little clue of the sound of the train. Even the honking of the horn; that NOT ONE OF THEM HEARD..but now i must believe NOT ONE out of THREE didn't feel the vibration on the tracks either? IDK, I'm sorry. I dont mean to show any disrespect to any of the girls or their families. I'm sure they have wondered the same thing thou.
Im sorry I was just informed there was another train on other aide of track. They must have assumed...
This is for sure a tragedy that happened! However - I think it is even more of a tragedy that you would post this video with a frame at 1:00 showing a gloved hand holding a bloodied knife in the lower right hand of the frame. Were trying to subliminally get people to think that they died at the hands of another human being - there was no reason for that! Were simply trying to get more views by putting untruths out there on social media - shame on you!
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Three idiotic Barbie doll bimbos with no sense of what life in the hardscrabble real world is like--Bon Ridanse!! For generations now, teenage American girls have been raised thinking that they're absolute princesses, especially if they're white. We need more freight trains.
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