/ Base Jump goes horribly wrong

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ian Ll-J - on 18 Oct 2012
Frank4short - on 18 Oct 2012
In reply to ian Ll-J: I would categorise this as base jump just goes wrong. I personally suspect any base jump that has a problem that you walk away from means it's not gone horribly wrong.
ian Ll-J - on 18 Oct 2012
In reply to Frank4short: Not my title...
graeme jackson - on 19 Oct 2012
In reply to ian Ll-J:
> (In reply to Frank4short) Not my title...

The cat typed it in?

rocky57 - on 19 Oct 2012
In reply to graeme jackson:

Don't see what the problem is here. All he did was repeat the title from the link. It really was not his title. Relax, get off his back, let's all have a good weekend without getting so wound up before it starts.
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Jim Fraser - on 19 Oct 2012
In reply to ian Ll-J:

Not a surprise. Surgeon tries to do engineering. Ha-ha-ha. This why advances in things like artificial joints and heart valves have only crept forward at a snails pace in the last 40 years: because the medics think they know it all. If he wanted a couple of good posts put up then any Norwegian hill farmer would have done a better job.

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