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Old Nov 6, 2008, 9:04 PM   #1
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Old Nov 7, 2008, 2:37 PM   #2
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This shot is puzzling to me as I am not sure what is going on. The title doesn't lend any clues. If the center of the photo was not quite so dark, it might be easier to see what's happening.

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I have to agree it's a bit confusing. My best guess is he's getting ready to go flying over the edge for a bungee jump, I think that's a jumping harness he's wearing.:shock:
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These inflatable "bungee" attractions are immensely popular with kids. We used one at an all night party at our middle school. You are attached to what is basically a giant rubber band. You run towards the end of the chute as fast and hard as you can. Inevitably you just can't further stretch the band and it snaps you backward. Since it's all soft and squishy you don't get hurt. The one we used had two side by side chutes. Two kids went at once; the idea being to see who could make it further toward the end before they lost their footing and tumbled backward.
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