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Old 10-23-2012, 04:52 PM   #1
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Old 10-23-2012, 05:13 PM   #2
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That gives me some ideas

Hell, they should have made it look like the elevator was falling

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Well then you are cleaning the floor
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Old 10-23-2012, 07:23 PM   #4
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That was real funny .
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Cleanup on isle (elevator) 4!
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That was good!

Although I think that if you did that with ANY flat panel, you would get the same result due to the fact our minds cause us to react before we can make logical sense of what is actually happening.
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I would probably of had a heart attack!
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This is cool


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Ha! Gotta love it!
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Good stuff. Its always funny when its someone else..
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Maybe they could have left only one panel in the floor for a little longer to see if people would jump to it. Then, make the last one fall.
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Always a way to make it better for sure. Would have been great if they had a fire looking like it was exploding up toward them from the bottom of the shaft LMAO
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Maybe they could have left only one panel in the floor for a little longer to see if people would jump to it. Then, make the last one fall.
I thought the same thing. Those videos are too funny!
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Always a way to make it better for sure. Would have been great if they had a fire looking like it was exploding up toward them from the bottom of the shaft LMAO
We can always count on Greg to think of fire:>)

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