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Men In Black - Tossing the Coin
After going through the tunnel the car crosses into the other lane. He tosses the coin out the left window. The coin bucket is on the right of the car at that time.
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warren on 07-18-2000
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kjbrasda writes:
He threw it over the car. (for those of you who don't think it possible to aim that good, i have seen it done with pop cans and road signs;)
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shortc5000 writes:
sorry but you are ALL wrong, watch close. J+K bust through the rail,K throws the coin out the window and backwards, he would not have thrown in over the car because the coin slots are on the DRIVERS side of the car, he threw it backwards into the coin basket thats why it hits opposite side. TEST: Lay a basket on the floor, walk 5 feet past it, then throw a coin backwards to it.
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leeThal writes:
He is just a good shot!
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Scolman writes:
He must be a bloody great shot to make a coin do a 180 degree turn in mid air.
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mjr2k writes:
OK let me set this one straight. First of all it's K who throws the coin into the coin collector, indicating that it would have had to be thrown from the drivers side, second of all the coin collector was on the left side; it wouldn't make sense for the collector to b on the right side since the driver of the vehicle is on the left side. (I've drive thru all of NY and all the collectors are on the left side whether they are coin dropped or you give the money to an attendant), and lastly it is possible to flip a coin from the drivers side to the collector simply because when I first got my license (I'm 22) the toll plazas were where you'd drop the coin(s) in and I used to have fun doing that (I guess i got some skills).
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barnaby writes:
I always thought he chucked it out the window, but over the roof over to the other side of the car. I have to check that when I go home.
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Digipower10 writes:
If you notice, even though he threw it over the car and landed in the coin collector thing it was over 70 degrees off. He threw it at a 190 degrees, and it landed at a 20 degrees. If it were a hit it would have been 90 degrees not 20. I can go on but unless I want a lot of hate mail I better stop.
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