You’ve probably heard about that one guy from Jackass, Ryan Dunn, having died a couple days ago in a fiery car crash at 130 mph. Today, it turns out he was ridiculously drunk, judging from his blood-alcohol concentration that was 2.5x the legal limit; a fact that the now-voiceless Robert Ebert predicted shortly after the accident, as evidenced by his tweet on the matter: “Friends don’t let jackasses drink and drive.” (He has since apologized for his callousness.) And now there’s a mysterious video on YouTube consisting of audio from somewhere of another Jackass, Bam Margera, talking to his mom and a guy named Tim Glomb that worked with them, in which they predict he’s going to die in a car accident. “Predict” in the same sense that I will now predict the price of oil will go up.
Bam: Well Dunn learned his lesson when he rolled his car a couple months ago.
Mom: Oh yeah, sure “he learned his lesson” — he’ll never learn his lesson.
Bam: Dunn destroyed his own car by rolling it, by driving like an asshole.
Mom: He always drives like an asshole.
Bam: Too true.
Mom: I’m serious! Like…
Bam: He’s the worst driver too!
Mom: He’s a grandstander. I’ll tell you, he’s gonna eat it someday in a car accident.
Bam: He already has — plenty of times.
Mom: I know, but I mean like… that’s his thing.
Bam: No duh! “He’s gonna eat it one of these times”. He’s wrecked six other people’s cars and three of his own.
Glomb: I have him in the death pool for…
Mom: I know that
Glomb: … for death by vehi — vehicle
Mom: Yeah, he’s the vehicle guy.
Bam: He put that new engine in that 314ti BMW — it’s like so light — that, that engine was so powerful that he actually — I thought that he was gonna loop out the first time he drove it and hit a telephone pole, but he just missed it, dude.
Bam: I’m not even kidding.
Mom: He just has this grandstand attitude about cars, and I mean he’s just that guy.
Bam: He always has to have the best car and drag about — and brag about how fast he drives and he’s the worst fucking driver.
Glomb: He really is!
Mom: He is not good.
Via The Superficial