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(1:00) Princess Juliana International Airport on the Caribbean island of St Maarten, has its runway right next to the beach. A must-do for tourists is to engage in aircraft takeoffs, a risky affair if you don't realise the sheer power that comes out of the back of a jet engine priming for takeoff. Ouch, that must have hurt.

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glortman glortman (864 days ago)
I do not delight in the suffering of any, but there is a certain element of Darwinism in this.
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I do not delight in the suffering of any, but there is a certain element of Darwinism in this.
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Wulfrune Wulfrune (864 days ago)
In the humble words of the Great Mr T "If yo gonna act dumb, yo gotta expect pain"
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In the humble words of the Great Mr T "If yo gonna act dumb, yo gotta expect pain"
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cengland0 cengland0 (863 days ago)
Was the cop writing her a ticket at the end?
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Was the cop writing her a ticket at the end?
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Guest: Richard S (863 days ago)
Well I never. This would never happen in the west and I am blessed by the grace of God to be chosen as being born western. The very fact that the governmental agencies shalt allow such a "fence" to "exist" as the only means of protection against the aeroplanes is ridiculous to say the least. Thankfully, my government shalndt allow such monstrousness.
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Well I never. This would never happen in the west and I am blessed by the grace of God to be chosen as being born western. The very fact that the governmental agencies shalt allow such a "fence" to "exist" as the only means of protection against the aeroplanes is ridiculous to say the least. Thankfully, my government shalndt allow such monstrousness.
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Guest: Richard S Derpington (862 days ago)
amusingly this airport IS in the west thus rendering your comment even dumber than usual :)
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amusingly this airport IS in the west thus rendering your comment even dumber than usual :)
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Guest: ky (862 days ago)
Ok, so now I know you are Sam.
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Ok, so now I know you are Sam.
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Guest:  (862 days ago)
Latest comment: to say errect a fence is ridiculous, that is why they have a link fence so that the turbulance goes through it, it would only go over it and maybe blow the hard fence down and over the beach. there are warnings but people being people being dumb don't take any notice. as someone else said, darwin award winner. kat
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Latest comment: to say errect a fence is ridiculous, that is why they have a link fence so that the turbulance goes through it, it would only go over it and maybe blow the hard fence down and over the beach. there are warnings but people being people being dumb don't take any notice. as someone else said, darwin award winner. kat
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