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15/09/2010 17:40:28

Frendor
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Just watched this on YT, If you don't like heights then Don't watch this, I'm not to bad with heights but this made me feel sick!



Don't say I didn't warn you!

Frendor.

Edit. Watch this full screen :-)

Edit... New link added (16/09/10)
Edit... New Link added... For the last time (29/09/10)

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16/09/2010 12:41:35

Emily
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Hi Frendor

Have you got another link for this?

When you click play it gives the error:

"This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by TheOnLineEngineer.org"

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16/09/2010 14:03:38

freakmoomin
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i saw it yesterday aswell. absolutly terrifing!!! wouldnt do that for 100 million quid!!!
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16/09/2010 20:51:57

mystoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Wow...
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16/09/2010 21:50:04

StoneheadExperimental user
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It's also on MSN if the youtube is dead ...gives me vertigo in my chairhttp://video.msn.com/?mkt=en-GB&from=sp&vid=8ef29d56-8720-422b-8d41-5beac10f3f2f
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17/09/2010 10:05:55

Emily
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Ohh....I feel dizzy!!!
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17/09/2010 10:39:32

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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I could actually end up at heights like this with my job. so for me its more real than i care to think about at the moment thank you



and no i wont be getting paid bucket loads of cash!
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17/09/2010 10:47:35

glasgowjim
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I thought working in a Power station at 200 feet with gratings allowing you to see all the way to the basement was bad enough - sod that!
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17/09/2010 10:54:24

claireqMuvizu staff
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haha no danger! I thought he had finished climbing halfway through the vid... but noooo he keeps going!
I think you have to be mentally insane to do that for a living! He needs to go back down the way they came too! Wouldn't catch me doing that.
The funniest thing about the whole thing is although they have no safety harness they are still wearing safety helmets! For what purpose? To keep their heads warm? Cause surely from that height, helmets have no effect if you fall!!!
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17/09/2010 10:59:44

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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imagine he gets into trouble and then needs rescued by someone



yes you can fill in the gaps..................guess whos gonna be sent!
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17/09/2010 11:10:17

glasgowjim
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I think the reason for the hard hat is one of the more common reasons for a steeplejack getting into trouble is banging your head and becoming disoriented - at least that's what the guys who were repairing the chimney stacks on the station I was working on told me. It was this station BTW: http://s0.geograph.org.uk/photos/04/75/047558_4661fb8f.jpg
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17/09/2010 11:11:42

freakmoomin
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what do you work as dreeko?
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17/09/2010 11:22:19

glasgowjim
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Please say Superman
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17/09/2010 12:25:40

Frendor
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glasgowjim wrote:
Please say Superman


That had me laughing for a good 10 minutes!

Frendor.

PS. Thank link doesn't work jim.
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17/09/2010 12:39:10

claireqMuvizu staff
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that the end bracket off the end of the link
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17/09/2010 14:05:12

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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glasgowjim wrote:
Please say Superman



Well, when the call comes I (and others) do run and change into a different outfit and people are usually pleased to see us (unless it's Guy Fawkes night).....




no tights or capes involved though!
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17/09/2010 15:33:42

Emily
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Please say Fireman!
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17/09/2010 16:09:30

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Emily wrote:
Please say Fireman!






correct!
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