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Gods I hope that worked, as I could not find the video anywhere else.

Well here is a normal link just in case.
 
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This is a phenomenal documentary on Horizions showing a very rare unexplored view of the ride. As someone who never got to experince the attraction, this documentary captures the grandeur scale and details this ride contained. Truly a masterpiece showing the friendship that this ride formed and the legacy it left of trying to reach a better tomorrow.
 

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This is a phenomenal documentary on Horizions showing a very rare unexplored view of the ride. As someone who never got to experince the attraction, this documentary captures the grandeur scale and details this ride contained. Truly a masterpiece showing the friendship that this ride formed and the legacy it left of trying to reach a better tomorrow.
Ommgggggg this was such a sweet and awesome video! I can't even explain how much I 10000000000% *get* Chief and Hoot's love of a ride is. I think many of us here can relate. I love their chaotic good, I love their friendship and their bond for 29 years, and I love that they pretended to be a gay couple (lol). Thanks so much for sharing, this was a great documentary and a sad but resolute ending.
 
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Ommgggggg this was such a sweet and awesome video! I can't even explain how much I 10000000000% *get* Chief and Hoot's love of a ride is. I think many of us here can relate. I love their chaotic good, I love their friendship and their bond for 29 years, and I love that they pretended to be a gay couple (lol). Thanks so much for sharing, this was a great documentary and a sad but resolute ending.
I watched this yesterday. The ending took me by surprise.
 
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Merboy

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Right? It really gives you such an understanding of how small we are and yet how impressively rare life is. The video (like most things in space imo) is terrifying but also I can't help but wonder how much this idea of the universe's future will change through the coming centuries and millennia... Happy Friday, campers!
 
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