Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Nemo, Oct 31, 2014.
Hearing him pray the whole way across the Grand Canyon was annoying. That and the fact that he made it.
thank you Jesus praise you Jesus thank you god all powerful benevolent god.....................
Hope he follows the family tradition.....
I will not watch it live.
I'll wait for the gifs of him falling into the water.
In Chicago, it could all come crashing down into a splat on the pavement.
And that's just the Bears' defense.
Oppppppps i think he just slipped. O well , cant win them all.
I'll admit that I was pretty into that Grand Canyon walk a couple years ago. Not only the act itself, but also the technology that brought it to my living room. Dude was walking a wire across the Grand Fucking Canyon and I had a high def view of it all as it happened. Those camera angles and shots were incredible. I can't recall the delay they were running, but you pretty much knew that if they cut the feed, he was dead. That was pretty real television!
Any Chicago Shedders gonna go down to cheer for him to fall to his death
I'll be available if he falls to collect samples in miniature Tupperware containers if anyone is interested.
I've got dibs on big toe. Or spleen.
Pure mockery and taking the lords name in vein.
To a person of faith the only challenge would be to say "fuck you in the ass Jesus and your whore mother".
Now that would be entertainment.
When and where can I watch jebus give this guy a little nudge.
I'd be pissed if I paid tons of money to live in one of those buildings. fuck you, god-boy.....it's my sunday....I wanna grill steaks, blast some tunes and make lots of disturbing sounds!!
Marina City residents warned about Wallenda's stunt
CHICAGO (Associated Press) -
The managers of two Chicago apartment buildings are telling residents to watch their step while tightrope walker Nik Wallenda practices his craft next month.
The 35-year-old daredevil plans two Chicago tightrope walks to be broadcast live on the Discovery Channel on Nov. 2. The first walk will stretch more than two city blocks on an uphill 15-degree angle from one high-rise to another above the Chicago River.
The second walk will go from one of two Marina Towers buildings to the other.
Marina City towers management is warning residents it won't tolerate any shenanigans. They include "yelling, loud music or other disturbing sounds," the use of drones and grilling.
Wallenda has walked across Niagara Falls and the Little Colorado River Gorge in Arizona in the past two years.
When is this scheduled to start, and when is he scheduled to fall off?
They are going to air this with a 60 or 90 second delay. They are not going to show a death on live TV. I guarantee if he falls you won't see it. The only death you can see on live TV is auto racing. If the guy is dead upon impact they will not show workers removing the drivers lifeless body from the vehicle. If the driver is still breathing they might show it. There is only a slim chance that Wallenda would fall. If he knew he was trouble he would kneel on the wire and he might carrying something to hook himself to the wire until he could be rescued by helicopter.
That's why I'm thinking about going down there. But I'd hate to make the trip and him not fall. So if the chances are that's not gonna happen I might just stay in my room