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    Smile Jumping London

    Did anyone else see this TV program ?

    Brilliant ! . Was really entertaining to watch people move like that, wish i could !

    And it had some superb songs in it !
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    You mean the thing on c4? I only saw them in Paris if thats what you meant. You would have to have good knees for that kinda thing..
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    damn! missed that
    was watching top gear instead.
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    Was it a repeat? I saw it the first time around if it's the same programme that I am thinking of. Some very amazing stuff.

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    Originally posted by Trash Man
    Was it a repeat? I saw it the first time around if it's the same programme that I am thinking of. Some very amazing stuff.
    Not sure - quite possibly though. Seems a bit closer together if it is a repeat - but thats not saying much with todays TV !
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    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    was a repeat. I thought it was pretty poor the first time round as 1/2 - 3/4 of the programme was the bloke talkin about its origins and "religion". Get ur heads out ur own asses guys all ur doing is jumping between buildings.

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    some of it is, but i jump down 1 story everyday a few times, stairs curve round so jump down the middle. Been doing it a year now and it is starting 2 bugger my knees .

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    it was bloody good, amazing stuff
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    Dammit, was watching Top Gear!

    I've seen some of it before and is totally mad, I wouldnt have the knees for that kind of thing (have had an opp on one)!

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    It is superb, I love watching it all, no need to critise other peoples belief's Silent Ben, I don't necessarily agree with the motives they have, but they have got to be respected.

    Not everyone can drop from the command deck of a destroyer onto the main gun platform, think that was a 2 storey drop. you can kill yourself from that height if you get it wrong....

    Credit where credit is due, these guys rocked.

    It was great to see london's monuments viewed in this different light too.

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    saw it yesterday and the 1st time. its amazin, and almost made me wanna get off my fat, stoned, backside and have a go, hehe. its an interestin concept and very original. peace

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    I saw it when it was first on Channel4. Seriously amazing how Sebastian and the other boys made a discipline out of the games they played as children.

    The camera-work and backing track also added to the skill, strength and mental agility they showed during the program. I'm actually quite drunk.

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