Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Woah



Oddly enough, I don't have the slightest desire to do this.  But it's cool.

11 comments:

Marty said...

That is some crazy ass behavior right there.

Bob said...

"Grinding the Crack?" Hell, I'd call that one Puckering the Sphincter.

Unknown said...

Please help me for Christ sake

ProudHillbilly said...

That is so cool!

Johnnyreb™ said...

Whoa!! 6' of separation ... from death

ASM826 said...

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Tam said...

My palms were sweating just watching that.

bluesun said...

You know, that guy wants to eventually land in a squirrel suit without the use of a parachute. Something like a fabric slide strung from the ground to the top of a building.

NotClauswitz said...

In the last year and a half the new GoPro Hero cameras have catapulted on-board-anything video from the hazy-shaky fuzzy stone-age to the dot-prick see-a-stitch incredible.

Euro base-jumpers, sheesh - but how in the hell did someone get the idea to do that - that the fall-rate would *just* fit into that slot...

Blue said...

"I came pretty close on that one...."

Pucker factor of 10.

Goober said...

Yeah, Dirtcrashr, that's what I was asking the whole time i was watching that. Who waqs the first person to figure out that this could be done, and then do it?

How does he judge as he's coming up to that at somewhere around mach 1 whether he's going to make it or not? And what options does he have if he decides he isn't going to make it? Can he bank out of it to the right? Can those things climb? I'm just not sure how this is even possible and I'm just absolutely astounded by the whole thing. This has to be one of the coolest things I've ever seen.

Curious as to how that little squirrel suit is strong enough to carry that guys huge, huge balls, though.