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Electricity, How Do We Keep The Juice Flowing?

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Wow, amazing.

I'd love that job....I woudln't care about the pay.....it's so inspirationalSmiley Surprised

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that is terrifying
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That would be pretty cool; actually.
What is the point of having all three systems when I am going to be stuck playing one of them the whole time? I am getting a PS3 the day that Uncharted: Drakes Fortune comes out, the Xbox 360 just has too many flaws for so much money, and the Wii, I will NEVER get it. Oh, and if this has compared the systems, which I don't think it has, please remove it.

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Lucifer4569 wrote:
that is terrifying


I'd have to agree with you on that. I mean yikesRobot surprised

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Lucifer4569 wrote:
that is terrifying


Agreed.  The only thing i am scared by is heights.  I could not do that.
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ATTN: Watch this at an IMAX.
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That job is safer than being a taxi driver, than construction working, than a carpentor, it's an extreamly safe job. Your fear is irrational.
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Aowen wrote:
That job is safer than being a taxi driver, than construction working, than a carpentor, it's an extreamly safe job. Your fear is irrational.


Also alot funner that those jobs. I don't see how that wouldn't be fun...
What is the point of having all three systems when I am going to be stuck playing one of them the whole time? I am getting a PS3 the day that Uncharted: Drakes Fortune comes out, the Xbox 360 just has too many flaws for so much money, and the Wii, I will NEVER get it. Oh, and if this has compared the systems, which I don't think it has, please remove it.

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Aowen wrote:
That job is safer than being a taxi driver, than construction working, than a carpentor, it's an extreamly safe job. Your fear is irrational.



Rational or not, I'd still $hit myself.


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Aowen wrote:
That job is safer than being a taxi driver, than construction working, than a carpentor, it's an extreamly safe job. Your fear is irrational.


irrational or not one bad day at the office = one flat crispy critter i'll give those guys all due credit but you ain't gonna catch me doing any of that stuff and that was a vid of a day with good working condition, you do know they have to go out there and do that in storms too.
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