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CelticWanderer

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thats freaking nuts. I do nut trust myself enough to try anything like that.
I climbed an old grain silo once and that was freaking intense. Jesus. Must be amazing though.
 

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Lol wtf was up with that dude tripping at the end? "You could have planted a bomb up there and it could blow up in 24 hours"

Crazy shit though. Good look.
 

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MMMMmmmm I'm good to a 2nd story house on a ladder by myself (note - non shakey stupid ladder either), after that I'm a crybaby ... Those guys are remarkable and fearless and quite crazy, hehe. Good find @wizehop
 
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This shit is crazy. Not on that level yet, but once you get more into it you just keep pushing yourself to get the rush you got before. That's how these people got to this level. Idk if I'd do the hanging haha, kinda pushing it there. Nice post though.
 

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The last time that I climed something was a rock cliff looking for a place to sleep. I lost my footing and fell backwards and landed on my back thankfully I had my backpack on which had my computer in it. Saved my back but broke the computer so now I have to use the library's computer which is fine I like going to the library and I would rather have a broken computer than a broken back.
 

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The last time that I climed something was a rock cliff looking for a place to sleep. I lost my footing and fell backwards and landed on my back thankfully I had my backpack on which had my computer in it. Saved my back but broke the computer so now I have to use the library's computer which is fine I like going to the library and I would rather have a broken computer than a broken back.
Damn how high up were you?
 

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About 20ft and yes it hurt but still nothing broke but my computer.
 

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