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Slackliners

They may look unbalanced, but their wobbly sport is catching on

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By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / October 26, 2008

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Most people can walk in a straight line. The State Police think you should be able to put one foot in front of the other until your blood-alcohol content hits .08. Which is probably why the slacklines - five of them, jumping from tree to tree in the shape of a rough pentagon - looked so inviting to the passersby ... (Full article: 919 words)

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