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This is one of my coworkers, Rob Brown.

There's a lot you can say about this, but ultimately I think it boils down to a big bucket of stupid. Yeah, thrill seeking is all well and good but when there's a virtual guarantee of death when something goes wrong, this really means that the risk simply isn't worth it.

Barring something unexpected, I'll be plunging to my death in two weeks. I've already put down my deposit.

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I jumped out of a perfectly good airplane about 16 years ago now. It was a huge kick in the ass of fun.

I'd love to do it again, but my wife and kids won't let me. Not until the kids are all moved out or something.

Mine was a static line jump from 10000 feet. I'd recommend this over tandem any day.