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Nik Wallenda completes breathtaking tightrope walk over Grand Canyon

   with several videos

Aerialist Nik Wallenda completed a tightrope walk that took him a quarter mile over the
Little Colorado River Gorge in northeastern Arizona on Sunday.

Wallenda performed the stunt on a 2-inch-thick steel cable, 1,500 feet above the river on the
Navajo Nation near the Grand Canyon. He took just more than 22 minutes, pausing and
crouching twice as winds whipped around him and the rope swayed.

I am so sick of America's whore press.
All they wanted to talk about was the "controversy" that this wasn't really the Grand Canyon.
To hear them tell it, he was actually ten feet off the ground over some soft mud in Kentucky.

"Thank you Lord. Thank you for calming that cable, God," he said about 13 minutes into the walk.

See? You'd have to be crazy to walk 1400 feet on a cable over a 1500-foot drop.

Humor: They had an ambulance standing by - why?

To patch him up after the 1500-foot fall?


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