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February 29, 2024


A Canadian tourist is lucky to be alive after he apparently took a wrong turn on a remote road in Hawaii and drove his rental car off a 60-foot cliff, before falling out of the vehicle and getting washed out to sea, authorities said.

(Thanks to B&C and Barry Nester, who says "But the GPS said...")


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"When fire crews arrived, they spotted the man about 100 yards off shore. Firefighters were able to coach him into swimming to safe spot to get out of the water."

Thank goodness the "firefighters were able to coach him," otherwise who knows what would have happened.

(Yes, I read the article and the guy is all right.)

Canada is now exporting their chaos to Hawaii!

While trying to find cheap maple syrup, no doubt.

He should have taken proper precautions being from Canada and realized He had rented a 2023 Jeep Chaos.

He could have, being from Canada, requested a Subaru Pandemonium.

Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln...

He shouldn't have taken that left toin at Albuquerque.

Tragically, his souvenirs could not be found.

No big deal. This happened to Wile E. Coyote all the time, and other than a few "sproing sproing" aftereffects he was fine.

So, is this the same thing that happened to Gordon Lightfoot? He was on the Edmund Fitzgerald when it mysteriously sank?

Nice information thanks for sharing...

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