Changing the lightbulb on a 1500-foot tower is breathtakingly terrifying

My pores on the palms of my hands are shaking. My caps on my knees are sweating. I'm having trouble breathing. And it's all because of this slightly terrifying video showing a tower climber climbing atop a 1500-foot TV tower to change the lightbulb like it's a leisurely walk in the park. »1/05/15 11:04pm1/05/15 11:04pm


Watch these guys remove the antenna atop the John Hancock Center

These guys are working on the top cap west antenna of the John Hancock Center—a 1,127-foot-high (344 meters) building located in Chicago. I know they are wearing the mandatory security equipment and it's very unlikely that they could fall, but watching them do their job makes my stomach clench. »8/12/14 7:30pm8/12/14 7:30pm