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to have a go on this: https://www.youtube.com/embed/Ze68s47-xO4


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That young lady crewmember is the bravest of the bunch... I wouldn't stand between those nervous girls and the edge like that! Harnessed or not, getting knocked off the platform would be painful.

The swing actually looks pretty smooth, not as bad as bungee jumping. I bet it is a spectacular view.

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I thought I seen it all till this , thats insane lol

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I figure that there are already enough things in the world that will malfunction and kill me without going looking for more. So, no, I would not do that. Nor will I bungee jump, sky dive, swim in the ocean, scuba dive anywhere, play with poisonous anything, ride a roller coaster, and various other things. I've been in one war, thru several terrorist threats, been in the same city as at least one revolution, and been around a number of stupid people doing stupid things. If I thought I needed an adrenaline rush, I'd go drive on the belt-line during rush hour.

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Harry, In answer to your question; NOT ON YOUR LIFE!

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I will never understand what brain cramp causes some peole to enjoy having the s... scared out of them. As stated before just every day driving is a big enough adrenalin rush to get me through the day.
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Not me!!!
I thought standing on the glass floor in the CN Tower in Toronto was daring enough for my constitution though I have done some foolhardy things in my way distant past youth that weren't controlled as that swing.

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Looks like an excellent cure for constipation!


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