Pushing Darwin

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An evening pause: Hat tip Tom Biggar, who wrote, “As one of the comments said: ‘You know that fine line between bravery and stupidity? Well, you passed it up about 5 miles back.’ My question is how did he get it on the planks from that narrow pier?”

Though I always approve of having the courage to push the envelope and take risks, this is not an example of that. They get away with it, but not because they used their brains. They were merely lucky.


One comment

  • Matt in AZ

    Perhaps it was positioned on the pier by hand using a crowd of people. What I’d really like to know is just what specific material those planks are made of!

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