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Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by gator85jd, Jun 23, 2013.
Here is a link to the Wallenda Family web site
I remember when his grandfather fell in Puerto Rico. Kept showing it on TV. Really disturbing at the time.
Here is a write up on their signature chair performance
"The signature performance of the group that came to be known in the 1940s as "The Flying Wallendas" was the seven-person chair pyramid: Two pairs of performers walk the wire, each supporting another aerialist on a pole. Those two aerialists, in turn, carry a pole upon which the seventh member of the troupe balances in a chair.
My parents were there live. Not pretty.
That a boy
If I was trying to walk that wire I would calling on every divine divinity I could think of. Starting at God and working my way through the Great Spirit, and maybe even lawn genies
If you walk that wire I'm taking the time out to travel to wherever that might be, maybe across the Swamp on opening day.
I'm not particularly afraid of heights as I have worked towers before but I doubt I would want to be higher than about 3 feet if it was walking a wire. It would probably give the crowd some entertainment as I busted my old azz fairly quickly.
What if we had a nice cushy landing on the field of the Swamp? Just a thought :grin:
You mean save his walk for the Tennessee game and hope to land on Lulu?
He will eventually fall, I'm not really a fan of this.
Speaking of a guy who just hit 50 and I know Hall is a few years my senior, Lulu would be a soft landing on the aches and pains.
Same here....55 and I agree that if you had to land on someone, may as well be Lulu.
Heck--you may even 'bounce' off.
Landing on Lulu would be like jumping on the roof of the O'Dome back in the day.
Who knows, maybe he asks Jesus to help him with everything.
Thus, no big deal.
No doubt that would be one time I would welcome Lulu under me.
If you got to know Jesus I assure you that's no big deal