1500' TV Tower

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+6 1. smi commented 6 years ago

So what did he do? Changed a light bulb?
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+6 2. mitis77 commented 6 years ago

#1 somewhat true, they switched to LEDs. Plus there is better cellphone reception there, see 1:27
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+8 3. cameramaster commented 6 years ago

There aint no way, not no how, you would EVER get ME up there!
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+22 4. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

#1#2 You are both wrong it's a TV Tower, he opened the lid and filled it with shite programmes for the next week :D
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-2 5. loadrunner commented 6 years ago

It must be awesome, to enjoy a view like that and getting paid for it.

#3 You can carry a parachute. it is higher than places they use to basejump.
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+2 6. sux2bu commented 6 years ago

@ 1:27 he is taking a "selfie " of himself. These guys amaze me with their daring.
#5 A friend of mine base jumped from a tower just like this one but hit one of the support cables
on the way down and was killed. Not a safe place to jump from. Bill is the first listed fatality in the modern
sport of base jumping.
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0 7. 98oktan commented 6 years ago

He's friends with high places! 8-)
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-1 8. fixento2 commented 6 years ago

Yes, he change the tower aircraft warning light bulb
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+1 9. Noobeater commented 6 years ago

1500'? Whats that in Kilograms then?
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+2 10. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

#9 It's seventeen and nine eights :|
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-5 11. Kenuty commented 6 years ago

#4 thinks he's funny but we all know how naive he is because everyone now or days uses Netflix, Youtube or hulu on their phones/pc and watches what they want. They can even stream shows and movies free. Perhaps he climbed one of these towers before and fell on his head. :D
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+1 12. Lasering commented 6 years ago

Well they could have used the helicopter to drop him at the top, instead of just for filming.
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+2 13. Kenuty commented 6 years ago

#12 They probably used a drone for filming, its cheaper than hiring the copter btw.
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-3 14. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

#(removed comment) #11 I didn't realise you were carrying over being a jerk into the new year :(|)
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0 15. iDrifter commented 6 years ago

It begs the question: How many technicians does it take to change a light bulb of a 1500' tower?
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0 16. equilibrium2x commented 6 years ago

So on a site with a mostly international audience you choose to use Imperial measurements units in the title? A system that only three countries use? (Liberia, Myanmar, USA)
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+1 17. erzug commented 6 years ago

What some people won't do to improve their TV reception.
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0 18. samxgx commented 6 years ago

anyone thought about what if you get all the way up there and realised you forgot one tool you need for this job?