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    Default No jumping??...No kidding...

    This is in Arkansas, so I guess that explains the need for the sign
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    Default Re: No jumping??...No kidding...

    Cute, well seeing how it'sArkansas I'm surprised they didn't use a graphic with a red slash line through it. 'Jumping' after al has 7 letters...
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    Default Re: No jumping??...No kidding...

    No such sign on THIS Bridge which is about ten miles away, and several people would have disobeyed it anyway This bridge is closed due to even moderate winds when there is any icing until ODOT thoroughly treats it. I don't like bridges, and this one is high on my list of "Disliked Bridges". Also high on the list is one I cross several times each year on I-65 over the Tennessee River. Number one worst is over some bay or other in Charleston, SC. That thing goes up at a 90* angle to a height of 18,000 feet, is 37 miles long, and takes 11 months to cross....at least that's what the few functioning parts of my brain told me when I was on it. Fortunately I was not the driver.

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    Default Re: No jumping??...No kidding...

    BUN-GEEEEEEE - thud. (The cord was too short.)
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    Default Re: No jumping??...No kidding...

    Quote Originally Posted by LMTC
    No such sign on THIS Bridge which is about ten miles away, and several people would have disobeyed it anyway This bridge is closed due to even moderate winds when there is any icing until ODOT thoroughly treats it. I don't like bridges, and this one is high on my list of "Disliked Bridges". Also high on the list is one I cross several times each year on I-65 over the Tennessee River. Number one worst is over some bay or other in Charleston, SC. That thing goes up at a 90* angle to a height of 18,000 feet, is 37 miles long, and takes 11 months to cross....at least that's what the few functioning parts of my brain told me when I was on it. Fortunately I was not the driver.
    Well, this is bridge for you than
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    Default Re: No jumping??...No kidding...

    Quote Originally Posted by JazzDad
    BUN-GEEEEEEE - thud. (The cord was too short.)
    Since I've only bungeed once, I'm not an expert. But wouldn't that be the cord is too long?
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    Default Re: No jumping??...No kidding...

    Quote Originally Posted by jwstewar
    Since I've only bungeed once, I'm not an expert. But wouldn't that be the cord is too long?
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    Default Re: No jumping??...No kidding...

    Czech, I know people that would sell their souls to jump that bridge (with a parachute of course).

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    Default Re: No jumping??...No kidding...

    Quote Originally Posted by LMTC
    1*No such sign on THIS Bridge which is about ten miles away, and several people would have disobeyed it anyway This bridge is closed due to even moderate winds when there is any icing until ODOT thoroughly treats it.
    1*That bridge isn't very high compared to this one that's almost 4 times higher.
    The New River Gorge Bridge...yeah the one they jump off
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