Sorry, but I havent received my nerves back yet since they left me last Saturday when I took the plunge after I removed my side mouldings from my car....
Maybe when the earth quakes stop!!!!! lol
That's nutz.....I've gotta do it! Kinda pricey though.
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- 1992 Nishiki Sport - Trainer/Commuter
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Where's the structural support???
(Must be a cable system drilled into the rock)
Very interesting indeed!
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I'd do it in a heartbeat !!!!
(at least I think so)
I wonder how many people will use it to commit suicide.
The sides are only waist high, if I had designed that thing, I would have made the side walls 8 feet tall, that way nobody jumps, no one will drop their camera or their kids...
I see a big liability risk here, that why I'm going there before some sh*t happens and closes indefinately.
There have been several occasions in various states where patrons of Native American casinos have tried to sue for the following reasons: Slipping on a wet floor, falling down stairs, food poisoning, etc. To the best of my knowledge, there has never been a judgment. The US courts only have jurisdiction in capital affairs such as federal racketeering and murder.
I do understand that a private company agreed to "donate" the sky bridge (30 million dollar construction cost) to the tribe, and the tribe agreed to profit sharing with said company. If there is any design fault, an injured party could in theory sue the construction company, who would in turn sue the manufacturer that sub-contracted the defective part, who would then sue the supplier of the parts raw materials, and the list goes on. Your best bet? Put your camera around your neck, and put a harness on your child.
Last edited by jtw715; 03-21-2007 at 08:54 AM.
There are glass walls that are pretty tall. Also, the floor is glass so there is no need to look over the edge.
It is held in place by steel rods drilled 40 feet into the bedrock and then it is welded in place. They say it will support the weight of 20 jumbo jets.
The Magnum has a soul. It has a personality, something all too lacking in the automotive transportation appliances everybody else is offering.
I will pass - don't like heights. It makes me feel goofy.
But you know who may have a hay day would be base jumpers.
Last edited by Dodger; 03-21-2007 at 09:18 AM.
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i saw that on the news yesterday, i think i would try it, but, i don't know how i would react to looking down and seeing thru the floor, i'd think i'd be hanging on to somthing or someone, ...
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Yowza! I like being high, but that's nuts. Are there complimentary parachutes?
Last edited by BUTWEET; 03-21-2007 at 02:02 PM.
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I wonder what the weight limit is... lol
Edit: Nevermind...apparently 20 jumbo jets.
Did the radiator cap mod: SRT8 is here....
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