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(ThePostGame)   Man holds his breath for 2.2 minutes. What? Oh sorry, stupid decimals, it was actually 22 minutes   ( thepostgame.com) divider line
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2012-11-15 09:03:36 AM  
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How in the hell is that even possible?

Granted, Severinsen did have some assistance -- before going underwater, he inhaled pure oxygen so as to saturate his body with oxygen. That said, this is still incredibly impressive.

Looks like he graduated from the Lance Armstrong School of Athletics.
2012-11-15 10:49:32 AM  
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Public Savant: Mike_LowELL: Completely pointless to use your Augmentation Upgrade Canisters on Aqualung. Should have put it into Regeneration or Speed Enhancement.

Somewhere, someone is reinstalling Deus Ex.

I picked up the entire trilogy for $15 the other day on Steam. God bless Steam... the original install doesn't work on modern computers.

Deus Ex remains my favorite game of all time. I even once got to watch cartoons with Warren Spector in his office. It was a trip.
2012-11-15 10:24:36 AM  
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Best part of TFA... "This text to be replaced" in the middle of it...
2012-11-15 09:28:21 AM  
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2012-11-15 09:26:31 AM  
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RexTalionis: Check out David Blaine's TED talk about his successful world record breath-holding attempt. It details the kind of training, diet and struggles he went through to prepare.


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