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Area Man Unsure How Quiet Night in Became Watching Russian Car Crash Videos Until 4 a.m.

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Flender shows no signs of stopping as the clock strikes 3 a.m.
BOSTON, MA — Exhausted and utterly bewildered, area man David W. Flender has no idea how his quiet night in turned into watching Russian car crash videos until 4 a.m. 

“I had a pretty grueling week, so I decided to stay at home on Friday night and catch up on some much-needed sleep,” said the financial analyst, who instead ended up watching over 20 compilation videos of motor vehicle accidents, which included light scrapes, pileups, rollovers, and head-on collisions.
“Just as I was about to go to bed, I remembered that I had to reply to a couple of emails," he continued. "Next thing I know, I’m watching dash-cam footage of a VW Polo getting T-boned by a 4x4 on a Moscow intersection. Whatever happened in between is a total blur.” 

As YouTube played one compilation after another, Flender cancelled the 11 a.m. brunch plans he had made with his sister. “Don’t get me wrong, I like getting brunch with her. But there’s just something inexplicably mesmerizing about watching a big-rig jackknife on a slippery road while the guy recording it exclaims, ‘Ебена мать!’” Flender explained.

When the clock struck 3:30 a.m., Flender muttered, “Jesus Christ—how the fuck did that happen?” before proceeding to click on a 20-minute video titled "Best of Siberian Road Rage 2014."
At press time, Flender's computer was crashing as he toggled between 16 tabs that were all "Best of Siberian Road Rage" videos from 2015 to 2031.
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