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31 / M / Iloilo City, PH
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Posted 4/10/10
in the wild.. knowing they are safe in the trees, monkeys taunt crocodiles.. i definitely would do the same
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appoliges for my grammar and spelling i was really tired when i wrote this post, so please forgive me. Oh and i also found out that there's one in africa too except the cage is metal and alot weaker
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what ??
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hahah yeah it seems scary lol im going shark cage diving this year, so i will soon realise just how scary it is
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edsamac wrote:

I wonder if those tourists know, but waivers that ask them to "forfeit their life" are as good as tissue paper... so if something DOES happen to the tourist, they have all the right to sue.

But going back on topic, something like that looks pretty crazy... I'd actually be willing to try it, but at the price, it just doesn't seem worth it. I'll reap more pleasure watching someone else shriek like a pansie than pay $120 for something like that.

I can't think of anything crazy, at the moment... but when I do, I'll share it.


Section 68B Trades Practices Amendment (Liability for Recreation Services) Act 2002 (Commonwealth) allows the waiving of rights by individuals on inherently risky activies. It is entirely possible to waive away those rights.
Posted 4/10/10

Section 68B Trades Practices Amendment (Liability for Recreation Services) Act 2002 (Commonwealth) allows the waiving of rights by individuals on inherently risky activies. It is entirely possible to waive away those rights.


so you cant sue if you die? that really sucks
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Would not do it. I find it too scary
Posted 4/11/10
Isnt the cage fully covered? Or is it easy to break?
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Isnt the cage fully covered? Or is it easy to break?
well there no top so the croc can just swim to the top and jump into the "death cage" also its made out of acrylic which is like plastic so really i dot know as i havent tried it out but i intend to
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30 / M / Japan
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Posted 4/11/10

Lord_Riff_Raff wrote:


edsamac wrote:

I wonder if those tourists know, but waivers that ask them to "forfeit their life" are as good as tissue paper... so if something DOES happen to the tourist, they have all the right to sue.

But going back on topic, something like that looks pretty crazy... I'd actually be willing to try it, but at the price, it just doesn't seem worth it. I'll reap more pleasure watching someone else shriek like a pansie than pay $120 for something like that.

I can't think of anything crazy, at the moment... but when I do, I'll share it.


Section 68B Trades Practices Amendment (Liability for Recreation Services) Act 2002 (Commonwealth) allows the waiving of rights by individuals on inherently risky activies. It is entirely possible to waive away those rights.


Is that a law in Australia, itself? Sucks to be there, then.
Posted 4/11/10
I live In Australia =)
Posted 4/11/10
OH here's another interesting one the catacomb's of paris the walls are ligned with hundreds of thousand of skeletal parts. Those who are brave dare to walk the long underground tunnel. Apparently its also home to many earthly spirits and theres high paranormal activity there. seems creepy to me but i still want to walk it
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25 / M / On an Enigmatic R...
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i'll probably do that kind of thing life's way to boring
Posted 4/11/10
agreed lol my frnd said that i'd proberbly die doing something dangerous and to do with a deadly animal haha
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ooh spooky tunnel i should bring a girl with me and have a walk in that ROMANTIC tunnel
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