Myself NO. but I used to hang out of a copters with a gunners belt.
My legs turn to rubber.
If I’m enclosed, like in an office building looking out, I’m fine.
The second I feel open air + heights, I’m useless.
Afraid? Maybe “aware” is a better term. As in aware that one slip from 30’ and I’m dead. I blame Praxair.
used to be…but I climb industrial chimney’s all the time now. So it’s no biggie.
Actually, the scariest for me has been inside the dam at the New York Power Authority. I was repelling down a 120’ cliff while it is pitch black and all you can hear is little stones falling down into the abyss.
I’ll post up some pictures.
this is behind the wall at Power Authority Dam, about 80ft:
I’m not a fan of heights… and being who I am, I normally look at crap and see how I could fail… Thus rollercoasters and crap like that I’m very leary of.
I used to rock climb up few hundred foot cliffs and repel down them like there’s no tomorrow and I never had an issue.
I tried fucking a chick on her roof last saturday, I went soft after looking over the edge.
It bothers me at first, but after I’m there for awhile I’m fine. Putting a metal roof on my dad’s barn was fun. 6-12 pitch, 55’ off the ground.
Def not. I’ve done numerous hikes where if I was, I would have shit myself and got into the fetal position.
poll now up. unless your afraid/ aware of heights…
arctan(6/12)=26.56 degrees… pretty steep
When I was younger I was petrified of heights, but now I’m not. It’s weird.
Like ST, doing roofing on stupid pitches makes you not so much of a bitch
cool options :picard:
yeah, nothing like holding a hammer and nailing on a 2x12 on a wall 20’ + up…been there done that…
I want you to know that I don’t put out on the first date… unless you get me really drunk.
You might need to take out a personal loan to accomplish that
:rx3:, i miss you buddy.
So which one of you manly men wants to make a few hundo painting my chimney? :pedo:
Need a chimney painted - who?
I guess I would do it. Only today though, I’m busy every other day.
I’m sure there is a tie off location rated to 5000lbs on your house…
It’s amazing we can walk or even eat on site.
Let alone, hurl steel objects around like its a game.
So what your saying is, that you push back better on a roof?
Sure, i will do it.
I might chip in for this, :redface: