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thanks for your comment. I still think that jumping off a bridge with a chord is less bad... after all, even if the cord breaks, it does slow you down nevertheless, and below me was a deep river (into which I got dunked...), so the "touchdown" would have been less harmfull... or so I think. I definitely want to chute one day... and maybe drive a Nascar... and maybe fly in an AN-2 or Ju-52... and build my own kit aircraft... oh, there are so many ways for adrenaline! Any more suggestions are welcome!
mattokun....consider yourself "one up" on me! I've jumped out airplanes using parachutes (some required during my military days) and one "free falls to settle a lost wager!
However, the concept of depending on a Bungee Cord (THATS ONE CORD, NO MATTER HOW THICK) is the weakest link in my confidence to attempt such a feat....at least with parachutes, you've got "two chances" at surviving!
Good storyheres a tip.find other ways to increase your adrenaline flow!
thank you for your admiration. Sometimes one just has to do things that seem crazy. I'm glad the cord held, and I sure hope the chute will open! I'm planning to jump one day, but right now, I have no time and no money for these things... but then again, it's just a plan, if I really stand at the door, I may chicken out after all!
I admire you! I would make so many excuses why NOT to do it. Good for you and glad the cord held! Are you ready to sky dive next???!!
thanks for the comment. Thinking back, I think I would do it again (I was considering it back then, but I didn't want to overstretch the holiday purse...). To my excuse: It was (one of ) the lowest jumps available in NZ...
Congratulations - that was one courages adventure, I am not sure I would have the guts to jump... somebody would have to push me.....
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