Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by TSGB, Apr 19, 2007.
I hate this ****...
I hate working in confined spaces.
I don't mind confined spaces. I do not like bein off the ground. Especially in the pos lift we have at the track.
I was about 50-60 feet up, in an itty bitty space. I panicked a bit on the way up, but once I sat down, and caught my breath, I was fine. Never had problems with small spaces or heights, but the respirator and earplugs got to me.
It's mind over matter, dude!
If you stay focused on what you're doing it reduces the scare factor.
Try diving for lobster at night off the coast !
Were you fooling around in that life-size Godzilla robot again??? I told you to call me next time so I could ride in it too!
Did a night dive in florida many years ago in almost zero viz. Got down to about 10 feet and couldn't see me hands without a flashlight. Grabbed my dive partner and went back up, all done that night
Yep, scary indeed.
Vertigo can creep up real quick down there at night!
Manholes are the worst. That smell is something else. Heights I don't mind, unless it was on my old ladder. We named her slingshot for a reason.
claustrophobia is a marine mechanic's life...
I dig it, makes me feel all cozy and snuggley!
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