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  # 381077 17-Sep-2010 09:40
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a family friend of ours climbed up the radio mast at Titahi Bay (the second highest structure in NZ behind the Sky Tower) a few times, there's some quite impressive photos from there. He used to do it as a party trick back in the day. However the final time he did it, he did do it legally.

There's a huge fence etc all round it now, so you probably can't do it any more.

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  # 381085 17-Sep-2010 09:52
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"Damn, left the ratchet in the truck..."

At least they get an elevator to 1600 feet, or your days work would be over before you got to the top!


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  # 381091 17-Sep-2010 10:04

I feel sick...

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  # 382179 20-Sep-2010 11:44
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Dang - it's been pulled !!! Just as well a colleague of mine has it !!

Long way to climb just to change a light bulb :-)

My thoughts are no longer my own and is probably representative of our media-controlled government

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  # 382183 20-Sep-2010 11:52
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I have a HD version as well if anyone would like to see it.

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  # 382383 20-Sep-2010 18:08
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muppet: I have a HD version as well if anyone would like to see it.

That'd be cool. I'll pm you my email if you don't want to put it on youtube 

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