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Nigel H-J
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Post by Nigel H-J »

Get noticed by Hollywood. Think I will stick to flight simming......Much safer!! 8)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-englan ... x-54561179

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I'm with you Nigel. There's no danger of me "imitating" it.


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:dunno: Fortunately, I am way too old to even imagine doing anything like that - even in my dreams!

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Me too, I'll leave that to the youngsters; it was bad enough watching them.
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FTFAGOS
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I'm with Simon on that.


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Couldn't have put it better myself.
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Post by FlyTexas »

No thanks. One day your luck will eventually run out. Remember the tightrope walker Karl Wallenda of 'The Flying Wallendas'? 73 years old and he had played the tightrope game for most of his life. One little slip in 1978 and it was goodbye Karl. :(

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