Good idea ChrisJC!They should go back to Aberllefenni and repeat the same route but on rollerskates. You should suggest it. That will up the ante.And to top that they'd need to rollerskate down the side of Twll Mawr holding a heavily sweated 4oz stick of gelignite in each hand after product placing a Red Bull first of course
I will up your rollerskates by a pogo stick.
There we have it...They cycle fast down onto a ramp, freestyle Motocross double backflip into a 200m hole and immediately deploy slider up base jump chute to land at bottom. Wild applause. But will they have the b*lls to climb down the big ladder?
That big ladder is interesting. Ladders on a slight inclination are different completely to a vertical one. And the longest length here I would say is a good 60 feet and vertical. A tackle bag on your back tends to pull you outwards, I have the presence of mind to hang mine from a sling on the front of my belt, I find it makes a big difference.
... a very nice video but will that upset people ??
Living life on the edge is all well and good.. till you fall off......
Suppose you twist your ankle in a mine, someone will say... Why did he go in that mine, isn't it dangerous, they should all be boarded up, etc, local hospital, my taxes, cost this and that, if only he'd just stayed at home, etc , etc. I even hear the same about steep hill walking from some people. ( for example my my mother in law considers grade 1 scrambling as unforgivably dangerous and selfish as it risks the lives of others who "inevitably" will have to rescue them),I'm happier for someone to take a tiny fraction of my taxes doing something active and inspiring (even if stupidly foolhardy!!), than people who take a fraction of my taxes by years of neglecting themselves.Not sure if I can go as far as defending the stupidity, but oddly I'm not comfortable that it should be criticised. I think we're all richer for having people as daft as him (although no I wouldn't encourage my kids to do that). Let's give him the benefit of the doubt.I'm looking at that ridge, really think I recognise it but can't name it, kicking myself.. Where is it?
In the event of an incident/accident of any nature you are not at liberty to make judgement calls about the whys/wherefores or wisdom of the circumstances leading to it. If you were allowed to do so then pretty nearly every cave rescue would be a dire condemnation of the entire endeavour of all of us.
... trying to kill himself for likes / subs...
The real issue here is where do you draw the line between a genuine accident, e.g. in the kitchen, and a paid-up wazzock on a mountain bike trying to kill himself for likes / subs.Any accident should be paid for by the NHS, but morally, the wazzock on the mountain bike and his sponsors should be thinking hard about a hefty contribution.Chris.
Just ask yourself how much tax payers money is spent on policing football matches, every weekend, in practically every town and city across the land. The helicopters, the riot vans, the horses etc etc.
I think you will find the Clubs have to pay for policing matches nowadaysmike
The true answer is .Money is the route of all evil
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