Not again. It maybe fun for them, but not for us. Watching these teens climb a 600 foot tall T.V. tower and then proceed to stand on top and dangle from it is actually sort of sad.
About 99 percent of commenters, mostly young people, are mad at them. And it’s not about breaking the law.
There are always those people who seek a rush and thrill, and the hit of adrenaline. We get it.
But putting it on YouTube to try and get attention and hits is just sick.
Do you know why? Because we’ll all feel like absolute crap if one of you, one day, falls and dies. We don’t want to be a part of that.
Nail biting stunts?
Daredevil Ervin Punkar, 17, risked life and limb to scale the Tartu TV mast in Estonia with his two best friends, Keivo Pint, 19, and Jüri Uluots, 17. It took the trio an hour to reach the summit, where they performed death-defying “stunts.”
Yeah, those weren’t really stunts… standing, that’s not a stunt. Hanging by one hand or hanging upside down from your knees? A kid could do that on a jungle gym. What it was was dangerous, not much skill involved, just an unusual amount of carelessness with their lives, and the feelings of those that love them.
What do you think?