dokool wrote:everyone is hero-worshipping him because by some strange coincidence he managed to avoid Darwin's cruel hand of fate.
On one hand yes, as I think to some extent almost everyone has a morbid curiosity about death, and just how
he managed to survive some of his crashes (especially the fountain jump at Caesars Palace).
On the other hand though, I think you sort of have to admire the bastard's tenacity to keep on peforming even after his horrendous crashes. (although you can't really admire the fact that he assaulted and almost killed a man with a baseball bat
Copycat_Revolver wrote:Have no fear though. At his funeral, I hear they're going to strap wheels and rockets to his casket and launch him off a ramp over twenty parked hearses, then land in his grave.
The casket would probably crash
EDIT: Apparently there's an Evel Knievel Rock Opera that opened a few months ago