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Gymnast's skills save him in fall

Huh... You'll just have to read for yourself.

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[ This Message was edited by: Quicksilver on 2004-04-08 12:47 ]

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Gymnast's skills save him in fall

That was one lucky boy !!

I live in Panama City Beach and almost every year without fail, some collage kid on spring break leans out over the balcony rail too far and falls to their death or crippling injury.
Talk to your kids about leaning out of windows or over balcony rails, you might just save their lives.

[ This Message was edited by: JTapia on 2004-04-08 15:52 ]

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Gymnast's skills save him in fall

Yeah and make your kids go to College

Ha Ha Just Kiddin JTapia
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Gymnast's skills save him in fall

By golly you got me there.
Should have been an "e" instead of the "a".
Make em finish High Skool also!!

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Gymnast's skills save him in fall

I would have to agree with JT... This kid surviving a 4 story fall, or 33 feet, with a few tumbling moves allowing him to land on his feet is either pure gymnast skill or just a fantastic streak of luck.

What's the chances of finding a window where the bar breaks and the guy falling is a British Junior Gymnast?

Had that been me, instead of crawling away with a couple of broken ankles, the fire department would have been scraping my face out of the pavement.

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