where do they go when jumping in the hole on total blackout?

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I'm just 53 years old, so I don't know about the 'black out' part of your question. But I do remember having drills where we were supposed to get under our desks. I have absolutely no idea just what we were supposed to be sheltering from, but at least you weren't imagining that part of it!

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This is quite creativity. It will be very comfortable if you can build one. The buidling materials need good quality if you need them. Go to OKORDER to select them when you need them.

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It is easy to find it online but you didn't get the best that you want... so, i suggest you to visit the needham-ink for ink pads... i think your problem will solve over there....

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Always wanted to,.. the kids go all the time, they go Rock Climbing too, the did tell me that they would take me, do hold me breath.. Yes the gear is put on there, almost as if you are a jumper, strapped in.. Safe.. S G
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