"Reversal of fortune? No way. Reversal of skill." -Uffish Thought
Question #91641 posted on 09/13/2018 11:06 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

This week as I was walking past the Marriott center I noticed that brick on the outside is staggered, as in some bricks stick out in a pattern from the main face of the building. I know that the design is for aesthetics. My question is, could a good climber feasibly use these bricks to climb on top of the building? Has anyone done so?

-Curious Student

A:

Dear curious,

My dad climbed a building like that at the MTC. He was a rock climber, there was a building with bricks sticking out, he saw that his room's window on the top floor was open, he told his companion "watch this" and shimmied up the side of the building right into his window. 

So yes, you definitely can. I just suggest being a skilled rock climber first and making sure there's no security guards around.

-guppy of doom