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Close up of a hang gliding toy sold in the 1970s. The harness attachment method must reflect the toy designers sense of the experience of hang gliding. No doubt he felt the sphincter would be sufficiently energized by the flight experience to secure the pilot from falling away from the glider. Can't you just picture the designer getting final design approval from some VP? The VP might have said "Yes. That does indeed look like an accurate and anatomically correct harness system."
- Hang Gliding
- Dec 8, 2001
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