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Do you have a head for heights ?

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Do you have a head for heights ?

Not me.... I get the shakes, just standing on a chair to change a light bulb.... ( so I have changed them all to led types... maybe I won`t have to do it again.... ! ! ! )

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/china/article-5838443/Stunning-footage-shows-newly-built-glass-obser...

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Re: Do you have a head for heights ?

I'm puzzled why many of the people are looking through the glass sides and not the glass at their feet.

Not really.

That one would require more than a few deep breaths.

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Re: Do you have a head for heights ?

@shutter We must have close DNA! I wish they supplied parachutes for third step of the ladder and above.

Depths are in the fram too. NS I had to go into the lower holds to assist unloading. Coming up, I froze half way, and ahd to be rescued. I'm not good at downstairs either without a rail.

No one has to agree with my opinion, but in the time I have left a miracle would be nice.
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Re: Do you have a head for heights ?

I always remember going to the CN tower in Canada.
They had a glass floor then.

I was much younger and as you always do with a friend we were messing aroud jumping on the floors.

Didn't think it would work and thankfully it didn't for us Tongue