Friday, January 21, 2011

No...Just No. Not Ever.

Watch it full screen to get the true effect.



I got vertigo just watching this.

9 comments:

goodtimetoreview said...

there isn't enough money in the world to get me to do that...

roughneckturtle/Jeff C. said...

That'll be one rain check I shall not be chasing.

Buck said...

Sweet Jesus. I couldn't watch it all... I only made it to the two minute mark because of that funny-weird feeling you get in the soles of your feet when your are creeped out to the MAX.

I had to do some antenna climbing in my old job but the highest I ever went was mebbe 300 feet, as radar antennae are never placed really high. But, that said... I left my fingerprints in bare aluminum and steel ALL over the freakin' world. To say I held on tightly is the understatement of the ages.

Kate said...

Your blog just made me sick. I don't think I could be in a submarine, either.

Deb said...

I saw that one from my email. Made me pretty much sick too (and I'm an electrician!)

Buckskins Rule said...

I got sweaty palms and a queasy stomach watching it, although I managed to tough it out through the whole thing.

There ain't enough money...

Kipp said...

I started the video...wanted sooo bad to stop it; but couldn't. I got so dizzy I couldn't click the pause button. Each time I tried to raise my arm to reach the touchpad I got quezzy. Then of course Gunther there would sway to take more steps...ooooooh my arm felt like it weighed 500 pounds. Watched all 7:19 of the dang video. Not funny y'all, you see down here in Alabama a two story house is considered a skyscraper...

Kat said...

I have no words to describe how scary that is. The whole time I was freaking out hoping that the guy wouldn't stumble. Free-climbing that high up should really just not happen.

RubyDazzle said...

are you kidding?? i'd !!LOVE!! to do that. thrilling and adventurous...just like me.