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# 68190 16-Sep-2010 15:58
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I had to pause this 5-6 times. I get bad vertigo.








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  # 380721 16-Sep-2010 16:15
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Oh god I feel sick just watching that. Why do they make it so hard for them to clime? Thats just unreal




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  # 380723 16-Sep-2010 16:16
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tardtasticx: Oh god I feel sick just watching that. Why do they make it so hard for them to clime? Thats just unreal

I know! Once they're all the way up the top, it's like it's not even designed to be climbed.




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  # 380724 16-Sep-2010 16:17
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Good vid. My bro does that as part of his job in Aussie.

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  # 380728 16-Sep-2010 16:19
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on the light side of things, wonder what Cellphone coverage will be like xD

But towards the end when it says "this is the tricky part, getting on top"  




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  # 380729 16-Sep-2010 16:21
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I hope they get to parachute down.

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  # 380730 16-Sep-2010 16:22
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Never felt so crook watching a video clip. I hope they're paid really well.

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  # 380731 16-Sep-2010 16:24
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That is one amazing video, that is one job i would not do no matter what the pay was, that is unbelievable.




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  # 380744 16-Sep-2010 16:41
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This video didn't actually make me sick.

The first thing that popped into my mind though was, what if they needed to go toilet O___O lol





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  # 380747 16-Sep-2010 16:53
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I didn't think I'd be impressed by that, but wow, it was way higher than I thought!

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  # 380752 16-Sep-2010 16:57
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Aaroona: This video didn't actually make me sick.

The first thing that popped into my mind though was, what if they needed to go toilet O___O lol


I guess they just hold it or go off the side Tongue out




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  # 380753 16-Sep-2010 16:57
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Aaroona: This video didn't actually make me sick.

The first thing that popped into my mind though was, what if they needed to go toilet O___O lol


lolz, well at that height if you needed to pee it would possibly come down as a sort of rain.

I'd say they would have a Parachute just in case if they fall, but there will be no way I could do that! 




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  # 380762 16-Sep-2010 17:08
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I don't see any way that this would be allowed in NZ.  Don't know anywhere in the Prevention of Falls Guidelines that would allow this!

If I stayed attached with at least one point of attachment at all times. I'd be happy to climb it.

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  # 380774 16-Sep-2010 17:21
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Nah I think it'd be more dangerous parachuting. The chute lines would get caught on the tower. Thats assuming they arn't blown into the tower first.




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  # 380825 16-Sep-2010 19:32
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Yah this is a pretty awesome climb. I've climbed a few constructions cranes and a couple of towers in my youth, but this looks massively daunting. And no safety, well not permenantley attached, that is very scary!



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  # 381000 17-Sep-2010 07:05
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There's some discussion of the video here, the site it originally came from. Apparently, it's totally illegal to free climb as he was.




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