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Posted Mar 15, 2008
If you are going to write about BASE, at least get the acronym correct, the E is for Earth, ie, cliff jumps. I have no idea where you got this Eden thing.
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Whats the point in using drugs they're only going to effect you in the long run you dumb morones
Yea and also the word is "affect" not "effect"
Speaking of morons..... there's no "e" at the end.......
Most peaceful thing I do all week long.
This may sound silly however I have been practicing yoga for almost a decade and skydiving for about 4.
And honestly the most peaceful thing I do is skydive.
The moment my feet are free of the aircraft I feel comfortable aware and relaxed.
May not be for everyone but for those of us who enjoy it…it’s an amazing experience.
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Steven Kotler is an author and journalist. His most recent works include: Abundance, A Small Furry Prayer and West of Jesus.
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