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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   1/29/2014 5:40:48 PM
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@David: ...what happened to the guy roller skating on a roller coaster (that's what it looked like) on the still before you start the video?  is he on a different one?

Good point -- do you know, I'd not even realized he was missing from the main sequence (I was still gasping at the guy on the water jet)...

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Max The Magnificent   1/29/2014 5:39:29 PM
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@David: I wouldn't mind having a play with the water jet thingy at 5:20. 

It does look awesome, doesn't it?

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David Ashton   1/27/2014 4:13:58 PM
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Gotta agree with both your reactions Max.  But I wouldn't mind having a play with the water jet thingy at 5:20.  The street luge thing at 7:05 I think makes me cringe the most, the guy could so easily end up a a long streak on the tar.

But what happened to the guy roller skating on a roller coaster (that's what it looked like) on the still before you start the video?  is he on a different one?

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Max The Magnificent   1/27/2014 3:17:06 PM
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Some of the clips in this video make my eyes water, others make me clench certain parts of me together...



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