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    Can you watch this video to the end? It's a log way! .I'll stick to stairs.
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    I'll stick to stairs.
    I wouldn't even go up there in the first place!!

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    Sheesh - I got vertigo just watching!
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    i really did feel dizy at points then!

    I'm sory, but i'd have a parachute with me!
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    I had to stop watching - I got seriously dizzy. It takes a special kind of person to go up there - I could never ever do it!
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    Oh i could get up.... i just couldn't get back down!!!!
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    Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, workers who are required to climb cell towers and other communications structures throughout the country have been identified as having the most dangerous job in America.

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    I can't believe I saw the whole thing through ... heights are not my thing that's for sure. Here in North America, there are native Indians that do a lot of high jobs, they were instrumental in working on many of the highest buildings in NA. I believe it's a particular tribe that has this lack of fear ...


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    I believe it's a particular tribe that has this lack of fear ...
    I think you are referring to the Mohawk Tribe.

    The Mohawks got into the business by happenstance. In 1886 a Canadian company was building a railroad bridge over the St. Lawrence river near the Kahnawake reservation. The company hired a number of Mohawks as day laborers, but found they loved to climb around on the ironwork without any apparent fear of heights. Since it was difficult to find men with the moxie for high work, the company decided to try an Indian crew. "We picked out some and gave them a little training, and it turned out that putting riveting tools in their hands was like putting ham with eggs," a company official later wrote. Mohawks helped build bridges from then on.
    More here if you're interested. Why do so many Native Americans work on skyscrapers?

    The only time you'll catch me climbing above 20 ft. is when I have to save a kitty cat who realized too late that climbing up is easier than climbing down.

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    Thanks for the article Donna. Very interesting, I'm still a wimp when it comes to heights though.
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