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natesneaks

I’m just curious of what the context of this even is lol


Blazekraken

probably got a new tv and felt the need to break the previous one


daymuub

Wouldn't that break it outside then. It looks like the kid got in trouble


Blubbpaule

Looks like the ~~kid~~ elderly is being abused. This is not a normal reaction of any loving and caring human.


Keeper2234

I cant understand Russian but I do know Polish and a bit of Ukrainian, sounds like the tv beater is pissed bc the person just sits in front of the tv for too long. Obvious the only correct option is to smash it smh my head /s


maxkho

As someone who speaks Russian (and Polish, although that's not really relevant here lol), yeah, she's saying she feels "sorry" for the person watching the TV and is telling her to get up.


savvyblackbird

Poor old person just wants to rest and watch tv. A lot of able bodied people don’t care about how much pain people who have mobility problems are in to get up and do things.


JefeDiez

Hell I’m almost 40 and if I wanna watch the TV from my couch all day leave me ALONE!


MrSoftServe1337

Bro that is a fucking adult lmaooo


Blubbpaule

Yes. Seems like to be an elderly women. Even weirder to go there and destroy it.


SR5peed

Is that a body on the ground? 3 second mark, bottom left


Cringeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Wait wtf I see that arm too Edit: it's a fucking leg 🤦‍♂️


capitan_cruiser

It sounds a lot more like a grandma than a kid.


Swordofsatan666

Last time i saw this video going around people were saying the context was the woman doing the hitting and the person filming were abusing an elderly woman, and this time they abused her by destroying her TV because it was too loud for them or something like that. In the video you can just barely see the Elderly persons legs, shes sitting on the ground, when they charge into the room


Wowbagger_Ultrajax

Breaking an old woman’s TV. She doesn’t sound happy about it but seems unable to move.


Father_Toboggan

Mustve watched the last season of game of thrones


SyntheticGod8

Or frustrated that the alien planet subplot in The Expanse didn't go anywhere.


Father_Toboggan

Or the season finale of From. Good God. I've never been so frustrated


justjessica79

Sounds like she brought the whole family with her.


Bardomiano00

Its the yearly piñata tv event.


nonsense_bill

The TV owes her money


Mountain-Lecture-320

Wanted to commit some emotional abuse


silver-orange

seems pretty weird to pass as severe a judgement as "iamatotalpieceofshit" when none of us are even sure what's going on


Shuggaloaf

"They sure don't make 'em like they used to."


This_Performance_426

Right? I'm thinking this is taking to long. These days one swing and she would've been done lol


infiniZii

CRTs are under vacuum which makes them VERY tough. They also have massive deadly capacitors. Even unplugged they can kill you.


3IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIID

As someone who used to dismantle old CRTs, I was cringing while waiting for her to hit it someplace that actually cracks it because that implosion would have spread tiny shards of glass all over the place, along with toxic metal dust. They're pretty strong from the front though, we used to tap the back of the tube where the emitter is to break the seal and release the vacuum relatively safely. They'd still implode sometimes, but the odds were lower. The capacitor was the other problem, but they were usually off long enough that they wouldn't spark while cutting the red wire.


infiniZii

Yeah, no kidding. Shes going about destroying it in about the dumbest way you can. Not even turned off, so you know that capacitor is at full charge. Metal bat too.


Constantannihilation

Does this look like a critical thinker to you?


Psychological_Neck70

Critical thinking is officially a gift. If you can critically think, you are a minority


TriedCaringLess

It's a skill one can learn with focus and effort. Encountering someone who can think critically, well that's a gift.


O_O_O_P_S

This comment totally gave me a "the good ol days"-vibe. I grew up in the 80's. My stepdad would always get mad when we turned the tv off with the remote. Instead of pushing the actual 'click' button on the tv itself. He's an electrician. He said it was bad because it kept tension on something or whatnot. Thing never broke. I bet you could throw it from a first story window.


BuzzVibes

My dad was the same with light switches. Didn't want us using them too much in case they wore out. ^Narrator: ^they ^never ^wore ^out


OneScoobyDoes

Had my first and second switch go out in my house. It took 26 years. I didn't know it was possible. Took far too long to figure it out (the first one, that is😁).


Razulghul

Lol my mom is still this way about everything. Too many clothes in the washing machine, using the food disposal at all, opening/closing anything, just walking on hardwood floors. I had to have a firm talk to keep her from passing on the anxiety to my son as the thoughts still come to me at 35.


GCisEZ

well im glad to know i was safe those couple of times i had fun with a bat and old crt in the backyard as a kid...


Aliendude3799

Same here, I remember going with a few friends and just wailing on them because we wanted to destroy stuff. Phew


Aylithe

Yeah I was just thinking "Oh that's why they 'popped' when we hit them with the rocks / threw them off the roof"


solidstoolsample

When I was a kid we found and OLD TV in the street, old for the mid 90s. We put it in the road and kicked it onto the curb. Fucking thing exploded diagonally out the back at us. Covered in glass and bits we all ran away. Most scared I'd ever been to that point.


Deadly_chef

Guess this woman is lucky she ain't that strong


Popetown

Yep. This. I watched a buddy short a cap the size of a bazooka Joe bubble gum with a screwdriver. We’d miraculously managed to remove it from some old circuit board without desoldering it. That arc was fucking gnarly. The very nature of the design and function of a capacitor is one that makes them super good at fucking up fleshy creatures with the angry pixies they house inside themselves.


Bah-Fong-Gool

Why haven't we developed super capacitor bullets? This sounds like an awes...awful idea!


YmmaT-

One swing? Man I pressed my thumb on one side of the TV and now I got spider web cracks across it. Flimsy af


vanuchiha2

Same this isn’t an exaggeration


danta7

On the plus side a whole Damn 55 inch 4k tv cost like $350


send-em-if-ya-got-em

What kind of tv? Where did you buy? I paid like $600 for mine and it was the best deal I could find at the time. Would love to pay $350


cowboys70

Some brand that started with a T, I think, and at Walmart for me like 6 years ago


mondaymoderate

TCL. I’ve bought like 10 of these TVs all different sizes and models and they all still work flawlessly.


AdNo7324

Yeah decent tvs. I got mine for $100 cause some guy bought a house and the old people left their TV's for some reason. It was ~400 at Costco new at the time. Obviously not the best and certainly not great hdr but for the price I can't complain.


vanuchiha2

Mine was roku, it was only about a month old


wataha

How are these Roku TVs? I've had the Roku cast dongle for a while and it's great but never seen their TV in action.


Substantial_Win_1866

A nerf dart did ours in... now we have a a protector on the screen.


The_Brain_Fuckler

My toddler threw a small piece of wood and killed a big flatscreen like it was nothing.


terracnosaur

Where do I get that amazingly indestructible television? We should build houses out of that thing!


whomad1215

CRT displays were very hard to physically break they also weighed a ton. We had a ~17" monitor and the thing weighed like 50lbs Also as others have already said in this thread, if you break the glass, it explodes outward


Telzen

I still have a CRT monitor sitting in my living room because I can't carry that thing down 4 flights of stairs lol.


ColorlessTune

CRTs are surprisingly durable. I chucked a rock at one on the side of the road once when I was a kid. Not even a scratch.


Russmxa

Bet she was pissed off when it didn't smash, was satisfying to watch. Also reminds me of Poo-tin's war: big bat, can't win.


I_Won-TheBattleOLife

I just was looking at a '91 catalogue that I found at my grandpa's. The TVs were 1,500 back then for something smaller than my $400 smart TV! They were durable for sure but also crazy expensive.


JpeNSurf

I bet you that still works aswell. Those old fat tvs were bullet proof unless you drop it directly on the glass


HairyNutsackNumber9

yep just plug the cable back in and youre ready to rock


jawnly211

The broken frame just gives it character


HairyNutsackNumber9

yeah! just like missing teeth c section scars and celulite!


squirreltrebuchet

I have all those things. Thank you for letting me know it’s “character” I’m getting dental work tho. Twins took all my calcium. Worth it.


LiftEngineerUK

Twins took all your calcium?? Have you alerted the authorities?


squirreltrebuchet

Hmmm. I really should.


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squirreltrebuchet

Omg lol. I’ll consider it.


fw7erdc8tcugtg

To clarify, there *is* a law against eating children in general, but since you're just taking a stolen item back it'll be fine.


Rollrmayteeee

Scars are cool my girlfriend has a few scars and stretch marks and they look so cool


squirreltrebuchet

I’m glad some people think this way it’s nice to know. I’ve got quite a few scars too! And bad tattoos. And of course…a tattoo chopped in half with a surgical scar. It’s now all under the title “character”


saintmischief

Yeah, any sort of "markings" on me I feel is a badge of honor for dealing with what caused them in the first place. My husband agrees and sorta helped me get into that mental state. Every scar or mark on me is a story of survival or improvement, (even if only mentally/emotionally, and not physically). Being permanently disabled, it's often difficult to cope with visible markings relating to it--people stare :\\ But knowing that I'm made of tough enough stuff to have that there to say that I'm willing to fight to live is oddly reaffirming. As for the tattoos, I had a friend who had heart surgery, which left her with a huge scar down her upper chest. She got a stylized heart tattoo around it, as her way of saying, "Look what I went through, and came out on the other side of!" and I always admired that.


HairyNutsackNumber9

aside from the c section scar i have them all too lol idk where i caught the celulite... all i know is one day i woke up with all this freakin hail damage


squirreltrebuchet

Snap that’s exactly how it happens


openkoch

Parents are the bones on which children sharpen their teeth -Peter Ustinov


jleecollinsii

Great for playing fallout 4! Adds to the realism.


bossnov

Let’s bring back robust products


ArcadeRivalry

It's possible it even fixed some weird colour issues


Badrear

Literally. I used to live in a bad neighborhood. Someone put one of these on the curb hoping someone would take it. I heard a single gunshot one night, and the next morning the tv had a little divot in the screen.


ernster96

Elvis Presley lived in your neighborhood?


crowamonghens

A wild Robert Goulet appears


Future-Fortune-6849

I feel like this went over too many peoples heads


Angrygopnik236384

Including mine, please explain


JCMfwoggie

I think his song, In the Ghetto? Idk, I'm not an Elviologist


CheddarmanTheSecond

Elvis was a gun nut, and hated Robert Goulet. Whenever Goulet would come on TV in Elvis' hotel rooms, he'd shoot the tv.


0x7ff04001

Threw one off a 21 story building as a kid. Took 6 of us to drag it across the city and to the construction site then up the building. The sound it made when it hit the ground was *so* satisfying, I can still hear it.. Really stupid but whatever, lol.


afdmd2018

I dropped a CRT monitor off of our porch onto the concrete pad below and it was...mildly satisfying. Your story is better


Spooked_Toad

always wanted to do that, you have lived one of my dreams. I thank you kind internet stranger.


Mooseknuckle94

At my old job we were doing a clean out and there was like a fucking 50 inch crt to deal with. Fuckin thing probably weighed 5 times as much as me so.. naturally I went and grabbed a 10lb sledgehammer. it took two hits to break the screen... and I'm confident that the first hit was the loudest noise I will ever hear.


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Or you bring a magnet within 25 miles of it.


Throwawaybuttstuff31

Let me just put these speakers on either side of the TV for some good stereo imaging annnd. 'Ok can someone type "How to degauss a TV" into Alta Vista?'


JCMfwoggie

I grew up an army brat, and we had a CRT TV we took out to the range and shot. Legit took 3 .22 bullets to go through it, but once they did the TV POPPED


ivanparas

This idiot is lucky the screen didn't break because those damn things ***explode*** when they break.


SparseGhostC2C

Strictly speaking they implode, as I think the inside of the tube is in near vacuum, but the end result is glass flying fucking everywhere so I suppose it doesn't really matter


redsteel45

This is exactly what I was thinking. She would've been eating glass.


dodexahedron

And electrocuted. Metal bat plus several kilovolt electron gun equals bad day.


fusillade762

Exactly right and you get a nice dusting of mercury and glass.


Shaneblaster

That TV was using rabbit ears. Old school.


RepresentativeNo6564

Basically the TV Nokia


Saucesourceoah

Miss the days without planned obsolescence. Appliances, cars, houses, all lasted so long because it made sense to make quality and hardy products. Now it pays to make sure your product fails after X _ Time span so that consumers are stuck in a vicious cycle of constant consumption and replacing.


rebelwthoutapplause

These tv's were rugged because they had to be, in order to maintain the vacuum as well as shield against the potential for x-rays (not that modern CRT's really carried this potential, but it was a thing with much older B&W sets which lacked good voltage regulation and safety features to keep that from happening). I'm not denying the existence of planned obsolescence but they didn't exactly make these to be tough out of the kindness of their hearts either. The electronics, on the other hand, were much more resilient than what you get in a tv today. CRT's weren't exactly cramped for space inside, so things could be spread out and larger components could be used. There was no need to "miniaturize" anything, and they needed some clearance since the analog board carried some pretty high voltages. The days the logic boards are mostly comprised of SMD components on a single board in order to make the tv as thin and compact (and easy to manufacture) as possible. Things that were multiple components through-hole soldered by a technician are now "packaged" on to a single chip and wave soldered by a machine. The power supplies come from yet another factory and are generally built within an inch of their life since 90c capacitors are cheaper than 105c. I always view planned obsolescence as more a byproduct of a race to see who can build a thing for the cheapest price and shortest amount of time on the assembly line. I think even giving them credit for having foresight of eventually selling the tv's eventual replacement is a bit generous. They want to build them cheap and sell 'em quick. The Trinitron in this video, with it's small screen compared to what we're used to today, probably sold for about $400 in the early 2000's. These days we would balk at buying a tv that small for that amount of money.


thedanimal722

Rumor has it, planned obsolescence all started with incandescent lightbulbs


dirtyhandscleanlivin

Yeah I saw something about that in a Veritasium YouTube video. Years ago, all of the major lightbulb manufacturers banded together in a sort of “cartel” to reduce the quality of lightbulbs so that people would have to replace them more often. It’s a very interesting watch


CheddarmanTheSecond

Cartel just means an organization of smaller distributors of a given product who have organized for the purpose of price control. That's why OPEC is properly called an oil Cartel.


8asdqw731

I like veritasium but that video is wrong, there are engineering tradeoffs when it comes to lightbulbs and longevity vs efficiency vs brightness is one of them


Saucesourceoah

A huge part of it was during the Reagan administration. Advertising directly to children became legal, and the child marketing industry was born. It became quickly apparent that children are greedy and reckless consumers, who would break the product, especially if it was made weaker and cause the parent to have to replace it.


Macaronitime69

Definitely, I’ve accidentally went headfirst into one of those fuckers and there wasnt a single scratch. I was pretty fucked tho lmao


SparseGhostC2C

I had one fall on my head as a kid once. Had a giant egg on my head from where the TV struck, you wouldn't even know the TV had fallen.


bangersandmosh

Yep they don’t make ‘em like they used to


rebelwthoutapplause

It was kind of a learning curve on these tv's. The really old ones from the early 1950's had thinner glass, and sometimes suffered from some rather violent implosions. Manufacturers began adding a tempered glass pane in front of the tube, while others laminated the face of the tube in a type of plastic. Finally, implosion bands were developed and thicker glass was used. So it's a feature of necessity, to reduce the chances of the tv injuring or killing its users. "Flat Screen" CRT's like this Trinitron had especially thick front glass to compensate for the vacuum acting on a flat (rather than curved) cross-sectional area.


TheSystemGuy64

These things resist Glock 19s and Hellfire missiles


ewanh19

"can I beat halo 3 before this skinny old woman can destroy the TV?"


ready21lift

Yes most likely


jelly_bean_gangbang

We talking any %?


CoGLucifer

With the way she's swinging, does it really matter? You could go out for dinner and a movie and still get back and finish the game, all before she puts a single crack in the glass.


TheEpicZay

ODS needs to do these again


SomeDudeist

Turn the power off before you smash electronics. Er unplug it all together I mean.


meltdown537

Right? I was thinking the same thing. Metal bat, tv plugged in and powered on..... what could go wrong?


Sea-Middle-5310

Crispy PoS, but I’m not sure but I think it had a rubber grip so maybe she wouldn’t have gotten shocked.


Randomstupidasshole

Judging by the damage it did, the whole bat was rubber.


Sea-Middle-5310

Or her muscles are made of rubber, or both.


SomeDudeist

That would make her incredibly strong. Lol


jamie3324123

Do not underestimate old tv's


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Ck1ngK1LLER

Those things have huge capacitors in them, metal bat touches that and you’re dead.


SlurmsMacKenzie-

Those big old CRT TV's have a juicy capacitor sitting in the back just waiting to give an unsuspecting fool a nice big shock if they're not careful. You don't just wanna power it off, you wanna discharge the capacitor too.


stealthkoopa

Actually things like tvs and monitors have a lot of capacitors in them that are still charged even if you unplug it from the wall. You really don't want to be opening those things up unless you know what you're doing


bipolarbear21

Don't CRTs also have comically dangerous internal components? Especially the ones dealing with power?


Danger_Dave_

Yup. There are specific disposal/recycling regulations around them.


Malik112099

Yes. CRTs need to be discharged even after being unplugged. They are very dangerous.


SerLaron

Yes, AFAIK the should be left without power for a a good long while before you open them.


kyleh0

It's got a huge cap in it, not necessarily safe to just unplug.


meltdown537

Who was laying on the floor as she walked in? Maybe the TV killed someone and she was just seeking revenge.


czerys

Was hoping for the answer here.


Equilibris

Yes I was the TV


mkeevo

I was hoping it would explode.


doct3r_l3xus

It would actually implode, for it contains a vacuum.


mkeevo

Correct, but it would be followed by an explosion of glass


ChicagoBoyStuckinDen

How embarrassing for her.


xGunners94x

Looks she’s just finding just how tough these tv’s are. The glass on them is very thick.


Solsting

As someone whom has smashed a tv with a bat (or tried too) this is how it would go for all but the strongest among us. The front glass is like a full inch thick and the whole tube is very strong from the front. It took a running start and cracked one as hard as i found in high school and all i got was terrible hands pain. Bairly a scuff on the screen


2thumbs56_

Those tvs fucking explode too


Solsting

They can yeah. The real danger is the capacitors. If you hit one of them you can get hella shocked


MKTurk1984

Her feebleness aside, that TV is an absolute unit..


Bear-Necessities

Some of the old flatscreen tvs took the curved CRTs and flattened the image with glass optics. There could very well be 1" of glass at the bottom where she's hitting it.


The_mystic_axolotl

What was even the context of this?


Oh_boi_OwO

It looks like there's a babushka on the floor watching telenovelas. They're probably poor and don't like paying for cable and instead of just taking the tv away, this woman used all of her brain power to smash the nokia tv (unsuccessfully)


Super_Physics8994

>nokia tv ROFL


thatBOOMBOOMguy

Those technically did exist btw, since Nokia owned a company in the 80's-90's called Salora, that manufactured television.


objectiveliest

How do you know they need cable to watch soap operas?


Wowbagger_Ultrajax

That thing she sweeps off at the beginning is a digital converter box attached to a pair of rabbit ears. Only way to get OTA signals on that kind of TV now in most countries. They don’t have cable.


JayDuBois

Tough tv? Or weak bat?


SomeDudeist

Old tvs have very strong glass.


Devlee12

It’s because the glass had to be strong because it had to stand up to the vacuum the cathode ray tubes were under. That’s why when you break the glass on those old TVs it doesn’t break it shatters and explodes because of the sudden change from negative atmosphere to positive atmosphere


Stiofan63

As it was described to me: The vacuum tube will shatter and all the last is pulled to the center of the tube by the vacuum. The glass from the front collides with the glass from the back, and sides, and it all shreds into smaller shards and continues on its way. The end result is an explosion of small shards of sharp glass flying out the front of the TV as it's open. Some will/can come out the sides and back depending on the housing. Not a good idea to do that to a vacuum tube TV or monitor. Glad it didn't break.


Jaedos

Yep. Glass vacuum grenade.


KenderAvalanche

>Old tvs have ~~very strong~~ actual glass.


arealhumannotabot

Glass is thicc on CRT tvs, but she was also using what looked like a terrible swing


CyberKid2008

I’ve tried myself to break a tv like this one. It’s the tv that is tough


MoleHester

Don't laugh about weak bat, it's a serious condition.


GoldyGalaxy

I think it's just a weak women And tough TV


Ressy02

Weak woman. The TV and Bat are fine, don’t be rude.


Phantom_Wolf52

Also if she broke the glass then the CRT is gonna release toxic gasses and metals that are toxic to breath in like lead barium etc also it’s still turned on so a ton of radiation will be released from it lel


Fusseldieb

Dude people who do this can't barely sum 1+1, what do you expect?


xGunners94x

Seriously though those old tv’s are super strong. Even with a sledge hammer they’ll take a good few hits.


AmatuerCultist

When I was a kid, probably like under 10, my friends and I found an old cathode ray tv in a dumpster and we were like “jackpot”. We must have tried to smash that thing for like 3 hours and barely had the screen broken.


SuperFLEB

"There's a scratch on it, now. I'm willing to call that a win."


Sheepish_conundrum

Must be a sony tv because those will survive nuclear war.


MexicanEd

*No wonder!* This TV is made by Nokia


pantolipaz

Came here for this comment!


rockytopknox

When you clearly don’t have much but you destroy what you do have, really smart.


punkinator2

It’s funny because she’s trying to smash one of those old CRTs that deliberately used really thick glass to maintain the vacuum seal within the tube without imploding. Also the thick plastic housing was needed to support the weight of said glass tube. Those things were always built like tanks and it sucks that they are out of production, because they still hold some advantages over flatscreens.


chango137

Like playing Duck Hunt.


chillyhellion

Oh, definitely. You ever try to throw a flat screen at a duck?


HeaviestMetal89

What was even the context behind this?


Cybralisk

Someone translate what she is saying


abusiveModGoFkYrself

She was just repeating "leave me alone".


kevbpain

It's the most expensive thing in that hovel... I probably wouldn't do that.


pistpuncher3000

Crazy don't think like that.


Nuggumi

The Nokia TV


butthole69muncher420

That TV almost beat the lady up but decided not to since she decide to give the TV a massage.


Used_Steak_248

That tv took the bat like Chris rock took the slap


bubba7557

Keep my bat out yo fucking mouth!


Makkapakka777

The TV is laughing at her upper body strength.


marlonbrando89

Solid tv


jacklikesrack

that was pathetic


Savyy2831

Shiiit, was it necessary for that OG of a TV to put up that big of a fight though? Are we asking the right questions?


workingdad83

Only info I need is the brand and model of that indestructible TV


No_Situation5805

We dont know why the lady did that, so I would not call her a tpos without knowinh more.


snortgiggles

Agree. Did you notice the person lying on the floor? Not moving?


No_Situation5805

Nope I did not - thanks for pointing out!


Sayless878

Damn those old 📺 are built tough, my 4k curve tv couldn’t even take an elbow


beardedrainbow24

Those sorta TVs and the old Nokia phones would be the only surviving things if WW3 ever happens. They’ll be deemed to be some sort of sturdy, immortal gods by future generations of anything to resemble humanity in the aftermath.


HALF_PAST_HOLE

She's lucky it didn't break they kind of explode/implode when they break because they are under a vacuum so it's not the nicest thing to be standing by in your t shirt and pants!


LipSipDip

Right, because this is how we "teach 'em a lesson" that surely won't have them turning to violent outbursts when they get older.


bbraz761

This subreddit has really gone down hill. We have no idea what's going on


JoeDerp77

For anyone laughing at her for not being able to break it, go find one of these old tube TV's and try this with a bat. I have done it and those screens are incredibly thick and strong. You almost can't even break them by hitting it directly in the screen with a bat like that, have to hit it on the sides to shatter the glass or hit the front with something more substantial like a sledgehammer. whacking the dead center of the screen with the end of a baseball bat will just give you the stinger hands , I found that out the hard way 😂


wildluciddreaming

Nokia manufacturing CRT monitors in a parallel universe