Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Easter Egg - Actual Piece of Cable

To get there, take the big red bridge at the northwest end of the map south towards San Fierro. Just before the intersection, there is a
small path heading down on your left. Take it down towards the diner. Once you reach the diner, you'll see a pedestal that has a mounted red piece of cable and text underneath. It says, 'Actual Piece of Cable'. Below, it says:

*Oooooh amazing
*Thats mind blowing
*Actually, no, it's simple physics and not really that impressive

Picture: http://gtadomain.gtagaming.com/images/sa/actualpiece.jpg

User Rating:
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  4.7/10 with 32 votes
Contributed By: osgood35nyi on 01-15-2005
Reviewed By: MrHappyHamster, Gamer Sly-Ratchet
Special Requirements: GTA San Andreas, PS2, Game Progress to San Fierro
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biohazard writes:
there is more to this egg than you have found if you go to the bridge near the sign with the jetpack you will find that there is a peice of cable missing from the bridge where they have taken the peice from for the sign realy funny
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kfresh97 writes:
This is actually a reference to Rockstar's game, State of Emergency. In that game, there is a retail store Gant Cable. The bridge which the "actual piece of cable" is located near is called the "Gant Bridge"..hense the connection.
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zcktomcat writes:
Umm just for those of you who don't know, over by the golden gate bridge in San Fran there is a large chunk of cable similar to the cables on the bridge to show the cross section of it. That's what it's making fun of.
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ntwiles writes:
ummm.. at the risk of sounding stupid, I don't get it. whats mind blowing? whats simple physics?
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