What’s it like to spend 45 minutes in an isolation tank?

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What’s it like to spend 45 minutes in complete sensory deprivation? Our man, Stephen Brown, takes the plunge in the new isolation tank in Sunset Park — and sees things that no man should ever see. It’s all here in this exclusive video.

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Janice from Marine Park says:
Have any of you ever seen "Altered States"?
Aug. 7, 2010, 6:52 pm
Manice from Park Marine says:
@Janice, yes I have!
Aug. 9, 2010, 5:09 am
Manice from Park Marine says:
It totally rocked - did you like it to?
We should get together and discuss it sometime.
Aug. 9, 2010, 5:17 am
Manice from Park marine says:
Ha ha, Janice, thanks for last night. It was dreamy. I wonder if we are the first BP comment section romance.

btw - you forgot your bra at my place, come and pick it up anytime you feel like.
Aug. 12, 2010, 3:05 am

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