Have you heard about this guy that has been posting crazy pictures on that website Reddit? They are calling him a daredevil based on where he is posing for pix in Seattle…personally I call him CRAZY or EFFING NUTS, but regardless, the pictures he is taking are sick. He goes by Shuttersubversive…check out some of the pix, credit to Reddit/Shuttersubversive for the photo’s:
On top of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge....
On top of Century Link Field...
And my favorite one...On top of Safeco Field!
See what I mean? EFFING NUTS!
According to a new survey by Hotwire.com, most of us haven't been to some of the country's most famous landmarks. Here five that MOST Americans have never seen:
1. 78% of us have never been to the Space Needle in Seattle.
2. 73% of Americans have never visited Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.
3. 70% have never seen the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.
4. 69% of us have never seen the Hollywood Sign.
5. And 57% have never been to the White House.
The only landmark on the list that more than HALF of Americans have visited was the Las Vegas Strip. 45% of us haven't been there.
Based on this list…what is one landmark you always wanted to visit but you haven’t? Or what is a landmark you always wanted to visit and you finally did – what did you think of it? Here are some of the texts we got:
Empire State Building. Was disappointing, felt like we were waiting in line for a Disneyland ride because it took so long to get to the top. By the time we got to the top it was cloudy out and couldn't see anything.
I've never been to Pearl Harbor. From a lineage of history buffs and servicemen, it holds a lot of significance. Hopefully will find time to see it durin g my honeymoon. But there's enough history across the world, i ultimately wouldn't know where to start. -Jayson in Everett
If sturgis was a landmark I was very disappointed because of the bike rally they have you would think it's a big town but I was disappointed and found what lawn I was conceived on
Even though Niagra Falls comes to mind, I'm guessing you mean man madelandmarks. Even though I've been to NYC, I still haven't been ru The Statue of Liberty
Grand Canyon, everytime I cross the country turns out it's middle winter and can't cross that mountain pass
Fenway Park –Nick
the bunny ranch who doesn't want to go to the bunny ranch with about five grand in his pocket and come out with a smile
Today's Video Blog features us hanging at the new location for Hyundai Of Everett (7800 Evergreen Way).