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Float Tubing Is Too Sedating, Maybe I'll Try This

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man i will stck with the tube buddy

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Pretty tough to die from float tubing...base jumping, eh, not so much.. Cool

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WOW!!! thats insane! I wonder whats speed was he glideing at? if he hit a tree, they would have to use a spatula to pick `im up! too much cojones to do this!

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:WOW!!! thats insane! I wonder whats speed was he glideing at? if he hit a tree, they would have to use a spatula to pick `im up! too much cojones to do this!

Fuel TV has shows on about guys that do that all over the world, Red Bull sponsors them, anyway, the divers explained that they usually reach speeds of about 120 mph, so yeah, hitting a tree would be pretty bad.. What a Face

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:WOW!!! thats insane! I wonder whats speed was he glideing at? if he hit a tree, they would have to use a spatula to pick `im up! too much cojones to do this!

Fuel TV has shows on about guys that do that all over the world, Red Bull sponsors them, anyway, the divers explained that they usually reach speeds of about 120 mph, so yeah, hitting a tree would be pretty bad.. What a Face
i think is EZ-ly 200 mph

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:WOW!!! thats insane! I wonder whats speed was he glideing at? if he hit a tree, they would have to use a spatula to pick `im up! too much cojones to do this!

Fuel TV has shows on about guys that do that all over the world, Red Bull sponsors them, anyway, the divers explained that they usually reach speeds of about 120 mph, so yeah, hitting a tree would be pretty bad.. What a Face
i think is EZ-ly 200 mph

Not according the guys on TV, but who knows..??

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