A Nurse with a Gun

Thursday, May 01, 2008

No Way!


Anonymous bob@thenest said...

Damn. I felt my crotch hitching up a dozen times while watching this!!!

2:02 AM  
Blogger Less said...

Oh man, I feel sick...

2:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Proving, once again, I can, using algore's internetz, go anywhere in the universe without moving from my chair-bound arse.

Happy dayz.

4:56 AM  
Blogger Stoney Pete said...

Having a fear of heights, this video made me sick.

Yet I kept watching to the end. :-)

Thanks for sharing it.

6:08 AM  
Anonymous tjm said...

Looks like a real adventure but I am going to have to agree, NO WAY! And that guy has the balance of a cat because although some of the people had safety lines I don’t think he did… Again, it looks like fun but not if you don’t have your life insurance paid up.

8:38 AM  
Anonymous Jeff said...

Very cool. It appeared that our intrepid cameraman did this without the safety lines that the other folks were using.

Not sure leaving my kids fatherless would be worth the thrill.

8:51 AM  
Anonymous angus lincoln said...

Didn't you mean to title this one "No F***ing Way!"?

For minute there, I thought this guy was going to base jump as if he needed any more testicular fortification.

9:41 AM  
Blogger Not Too Pensive said...

Here's hoping this guy's life insurance company never sees that tape! Amazing!

9:56 AM  
Anonymous Jack said...

Holy Crap!

10:50 AM  
Anonymous Got_Vertigo? said...

There were cables everywhere for people to attach harnesses to, but this guy with the camara wasn't using them...

That last stretch we saw where the "sidewalk" was gone, and there was only a metal beam to walk along -- the rock wall was too far away to touch, so he was just balancing.

11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm guessing that's *not* in the U S of A. We Americans can't be allowed to take such risks, you know.


11:10 AM  
Blogger BobG said...

The camera person is either batshit crazy, or has titanium balls.

12:19 PM  
Blogger John S said...

Omigosh. Sweaty palms, vertigo. That's bleedin' scary just sitting here.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

bob@thenest...that's called the "pucker factor"!

4:28 PM  
Anonymous Kristopher said...

So ... are you going to ride your fixie on it?

5:43 PM  
Blogger Weetabix said...

Very cool, but several questions occur:

Who built that?
What's it for?
How did they get all that concrete up there?

5:56 PM  
Anonymous Shannon said...

Weetabix I was wondering the same thing.

We're renovating (slowly) an old house and standing on a 6 ft ladder is asking a lot from me. No way in heck I'd take this "walk." I would love to know where it is though - and what in the world it was originally made for...

6:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've had nightmares like that - yeesh!

7:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And where is it?

Saw some smelly hippie euro-trash on that trail...

8:22 PM  
Blogger Bruce said...

I think I just crapped myself.

9:06 PM  
Blogger Xavier said...

el Camino del Rey, Spain

9:18 PM  
Blogger Squeaky Wheel said...

You know, I would totally do that. With a guide wire. That looks totally awesome.

9:41 PM  
Blogger Weetabix said...


The Wikipedia info

10:27 PM  
Blogger Jerry The Geek said...

Talk about "The Road Less Traveled"!

This is one path which will never feel the tread of my feet. I would have been on hands and knees in the first 30 seconds, and at the end of the first minute they would have had to bring in the fire department and a helicopter ... along with a crowbar to peel my fingers away from the nearest solid handhold.

It would have taken me a week to work up the nerve to open my eyes again.

Scariest movie I've ever seen.

11:04 PM  
Anonymous Jake said...

Meh. When he does it on a unicycle I'll be impressed.

;) j/k, that was ridiculous.

9:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's not enough money, or anything else for that matter, to get me to do that. Guy's got nerve!


5:06 PM  

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