Thrill Ride On The 94th Floor

Submitted by: iansquall 1 year ago

The "Tilt" located in the John Hancock Center observatory in Chicago. The inventor is a sadist.
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Male 537
All the thrills of watching paint dry...just on the 94th floor.
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Male 1,569
Why does it sound like it`s farting?
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Male 2
imagine cleaning puke off that window. neoooooooo thanks.
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Male 1,983
I have a horrible fear/anxiety/distaste of heights.
Which drives me to try every single *SAFE* experience I can find dealing with high places; gravity drops, tall water slides, and looking over the sides of tall buildings, so I would definitely do this!
But it would scare the ever loving poop outta me.... which is kinda the point.

But you will NEVER catch me sky diving, getting close to the edge of a precipice, or even jumping into the water from a height greater than a 10 meter high board.
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Male 2,675
It`d be even better if the last 2 inches or so went instantly with a klunk. :D Screams (and therapy) guaranteed.
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Male 413
NOPE NOPE NOPE!!
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Male 13,624
Nope, I was on a four post ramp today lifted up to ten foot, and I was gripping the wing of the car like grim death just to shine a torch down to show a leak. No .. dont do high sh it
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Male 1,454
now they just need to make the top floor spin, and presto, instant gravitron at work.
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Male 1,106
As long as I trust the platform and struture, no problem. That one looks strong enough.
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Male 25,416
Thats awesome.... I love how people put so much faith in technology.
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Male 7,775
Patchouly, I couldn`t even watch all of that never mind do it.
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Female 7,836
I would do it- might wet myself a bit- but I would do it.
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Male 7,031

There`s the glass-bottomed Grand Canyon Skywalk, if you want to look down and see the Grand Canyon spreading out beneath your feet ...

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Male 2,688
My response?
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Male 101
All kinds of nope.
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Male 689
i was expecting more tilt. would be even better if it worked like an elevator and wend down a few floors real fast.
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Female 6,381
I dunno, this just doesn`t look at all scary. Now the CN Tower thing Patchouly`s talking about? THAT`s an acrophobia test.
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Male 3,578
Lame go see the sky boxes at the old sears tower instead
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Male 1,104
holy fck, patchouly, that`s the stuff i was looking for!
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Male 1,104
i thought this would be one of those spinning rides from fair, bit disappointed that it stopped after tilting a little.


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Male 1,016
The only thing that would prevent me from doing the edge walk would be the cost $175 .....I`d rather take that money go inside sit down and have a nice meal in the restaurant just below!!!!
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Male 4,746
A tilting window? Try this:
CN Tower, Skywalk
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Male 2,030
Look how many people are facing in as it extends in the opening clip. Why?
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Female 184
Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-f*ck that!
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Female 1,534
I would most definitely try it!
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Female 601
Link: Thrill Ride On The 94th Floor [Rate Link] - The `Tilt` located in the John Hancock Center observatory in Chicago. The inventor is a sadist.
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