As I watched the video of Felix Baumgartner doing his jump from the edge of space, my mind went, "How does the suit fit his giant testicles of titanium?"
The man broke altitude and speed records set by retired Air Force colonel, Joe Kittinger, in 1960, by jumping from 128,100 feet, from earth's stratosphere.
The only way I can beat Baumgartner is by jumping to earth from the moon. Or jumping from the sun.
Don't worry, I will jump from the sun at night, when it's cooler.
Baumgartner also reached speeds of Mach 1.24 during his 4-minute-20-second freefall. Yes, he broke the sound barrier.
I broke the sound barrier once. They smelled it before they heard it.