What Would You Do? $10,000 to Base Jump Off Perrine Bridge
What would you do? What would you do if someone offered you $10,000? The obvious answer is to accept, but things are never that simple. What if to get that money you had to base jump off of the Perrine Bridge? Are you scared of heights or an adrenaline seeker? What would you do if you got the money, and if $10,000 isn't enough to get you to take the jump, then how much would it take?
Base Jumping Off the Perrine Bridge
Many will come from miles away to jump off the Perrine Bridge, and those people would love the thrill and money that comes with this scenario. For others, it may take a little bit more to encourage them. For those wondering, it does cost around $400 to have a guide to jump with you. Take that into account when considering if you would jump for the money. It is safe for the most part, but there are those chances something could go wrong. If you always think about the worse case scenarios, is $10,000 enough to make you take a leap of faith?
Why Not to Base Jump Off the Perrine Bridge
For many, like myself, height is a scary thing. The fear of something going wrong, heights, and the fact you are jumping off a high bridge are all reasons to not take the plunge. If not for $10,000, then what amount would it cost if any? Would it take a year's worth of salary? Would it take $100,000? It would be hard to find a price to convince me to do it. Ten thousand dollars would not be enough to make me jump off a bridge, but for six figures, it would be harder to say no.
What would it take to make you jump? Are you someone that would do it without the money, or are you someone that would need encouragement to do something thrilling like base jump off a bridge? Is $10,000 enough, or is it too low? The money is good, but it won't cover as much as it once did. What would you do?