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Man dies trying to break the Guinness record for being buried alive. Should Guinness be prohibited from accepting records for things potentially life-threatening?

tncdel 2012/03/05 11:57:19
Related Topics: Guinness, Alive, Record, 2012
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  • Jason Krajniak 2012/04/03 04:27:54
    YES [explain why you think so].
    Jason Krajniak
    That's dangerous
  • lm1b2 2012/03/05 15:56:46
    NO [explain why you think not].
    lm1b2
    Stupid is,as stupid does!
  • ray 2012/03/05 12:45:44
    NO [explain why you think not].
    ray
    No , the rights of a free people to go skydiving , skiing , deep water diving , Mountain climbing , bungee Jumping or merely doing stupid stunts is guaranteed by the constitution.
  • tncdel 2012/03/05 12:43:08
    YES [explain why you think so].
    tncdel
    I think they need to draw the line somewhere short of a record for being buried alive.
  • Aingean 2012/03/05 12:39:46
    YES [explain why you think so].
    Aingean
    +1
    Well yes and no. Some records can be life threatening because of dehydration or some other reason. Almost everything can have the potential to be deadly. Things like this shouldn't even be in Guinness world records, it isn't awe inspiring or interesting it is just gross and sad.
  • Iamnotdana 2012/03/05 11:59:35
    YES [explain why you think so].
    Iamnotdana
    +1
    well ok it would be cool to be in a book but srsly whats the point if your too busy dying to see urself

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