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Thursday, February 7, 2013

How Are You With Heights?

Sometimes I just have share things that have nothing to do with this blog's usual content of bikes and trees and the odd rant. Get a load of this. If you are not good with heights, don't watch. I mean it.
  
 
 
 
 
Yer Pal,
R A N T W I C K

6 comments:

John said...

I think I'd have to pack a parachute. Was all that just to change a lite bulb?

babble on said...

What a crazy-assed job he has.

I am not afraid of heights, but after falling four stories my body has a mind of its own, and so I have a strong reaction to heights now. And still I watched it.

It make me feel a little sick, but then, you did warn me.

RANTWICK said...

John - Don't know.

Babble - Falling four stories? Wah?

I get a weird feeling in the soles of my feet when I watch it.

Ian Brett Cooper said...

I had to stop at about 1/3rd of the way through. That is fricken insane! No way I would ever even think of doing that job. If it was either that job or living in a cardboard box, I'd be happy living in the cardboard box.

cafiend said...

I second the parachute idea. Climbing up looks like enough of a pain in the butt, let alone climbing down.

rlove2bike said...

I watched, but I knew before I watched...there is no way in hell you would catch me more than a few feet off the ground climbing a tower. My brother in-law used to change lights on the radio towers around here...not close to that height. He always said it is not the falling that kills you, it's the stopping that gets you.

RL

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