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Mr. Goat
10-31-2005, 08:09 AM
Well what was it?

Im not really sure If I have ever done anything super cool, mind you my trip to pittsburgh was pretty awesome!

laura99
10-31-2005, 08:17 AM
We got married in a helicopter, that was pretty cool. Not many can say they've done that.

AbulletAway
10-31-2005, 08:30 AM
I danced with The Lyn. Second coolest thing? Drove down Greenspot Rd at a 130 chasing bad guys.

MP
10-31-2005, 10:43 AM
Racing bikes on some of the big Nascar tracks, like Talladega and Daytona.

spideriux
10-31-2005, 11:11 AM
I bought a new Yamaha R1.

MP
10-31-2005, 11:14 AM
I bought a new Yamaha R1.Pics, my friend has one, rode it a few weeks ago.

PurrsianPussyKat
10-31-2005, 11:23 AM
I grew two children in my womb.
Luckily, not at the same time. :)

djroof
10-31-2005, 11:24 AM
Q: What was the coolest thing you have done?

A: I post here :D

PurrsianPussyKat
10-31-2005, 11:24 AM
Q: What was the coolest thing you have done?

A: I post here :D

lol
Kiss ass.

Tim
10-31-2005, 02:23 PM
Got jiggy once on a frozen river - that was really cool!

Big Fish
10-31-2005, 02:35 PM
Internext with the MP crew would be towards the top of my list. :)

Jasun
10-31-2005, 02:54 PM
Saved a little old lady's life.

she was about to fall backwards down an escalator, and I jumped over two people and caught her.

Made me feel like Super Man.

Tim
10-31-2005, 02:56 PM
That actually is very cool Jasun! Nice work! :)

Angel
10-31-2005, 04:04 PM
Saved a little old lady's life.

she was about to fall backwards down an escalator, and I jumped over two people and caught her.

Made me feel like Super Man.
Awww how awesome is that!

The coolest thing i've ever done...there's a lot actually...raised my twin brothers, left an idiot fiance for his boss (Vegas), rescued stray dogs/helped house strays, oh and saved my lab from choking to death on a rawhide strip the other day...life is good.

XxXotic
10-31-2005, 04:05 PM
played in the snow

Cuban Chick
10-31-2005, 04:27 PM
Backpacking in Europe......being able to get by in a country where you dont know the language is amazing...makes you feel like you've accomplished a huge thing when you actually did what you wanted to do.

XxXotic
10-31-2005, 04:41 PM
if I had to answer honestly, I dunno thats a tough call. We stayed in some mountainside villa in Acapulco, neighboring homes were owned by gucci, madonna and mark spitz so it was no run of the mill hyatt or anything. We had 24 hour wait staff inhouse who wouldnt even let us light our own cigarettes and just seemed to blend into the house unnoticed until we needed something then poof like a genie they'd reappear. Probably the most relaxing vacation I've ever had. The view was beyond amazing, food was incredible and aside from ever having kids, prolly the best experience of my life.

Sin
10-31-2005, 04:45 PM
Hmmm...

Survived being slammed around the floor of the Pacific by Australian surf? It was pretty cool I suppose... hurt like a bitch, felt like getting hit by a truck, gave me a whole new respect for water, but I loved every minute of it at the same time!

Other than that I'd have to rank a lot of my recent experiences with Ethan in there too, I swear there is NOTHING better than seeing a baby's smile & hearing his laughter & knowing that you had a part in making him that happy :D

smokin Filipe
10-31-2005, 06:43 PM
sex with 10 great babes !


oh no thats only next week




well or maybe not

Panky
10-31-2005, 07:19 PM
One of the coolest things I've ever done, was walk across the glass floor at the top of the CN Tower in Toronto. The Glass Floor is 113 stories up and it was so cool to walk across the floor and watch the tiny specs of people walking on the sidewalk below. As soon as I stepped off the floor, I was bombarded with questions from spectators who just couldn't bring themselves to walk on the floor.

I was in a hot air balloon, riding the Super Dooper Looper at Hershey Park for the first time when I was a kid, saw a Kleidesdale colt being born at Bush Gardens, flying in an airplane for the first time, and visiting the World Trade Center in New York, are definitely on the list for cool things I have experienced. The Towers were cool because you could go right up next to the glass and look out over the city. They had little maps drawn on the window so you knew which part of New York you were observing depending on which window you were looking through.

Fluid
10-31-2005, 07:26 PM
edit...some dork got a hold of my laptop without permission.

Beatings will now ensue

Sin
10-31-2005, 07:31 PM
Awww... that is such a sweet post Fluid!!
that's awesome, you & CC are very lucky to have each other :)

Minte
10-31-2005, 07:39 PM
Back in the early 70's a band I played in got a job at a big rock festival in Wisconsin(sound storm rock festival).
A three day event modeled after Woodstock.We played sunday night right after Grateful Dead.Jimi Hendrix was there but didn't play.He was on the final leg of his US tour right before he went to Europe and died. :(
Anyhow...the cool part was I shared a joint with Jerry Garcia and Jimi Hendrix behind the stage.

KRM
10-31-2005, 07:40 PM
Getting Married and haveing 2 kids have been amazing

Cuban Chick
10-31-2005, 09:25 PM
edit...some dork got a hold of my laptop without permission.

Beatings will now ensue


only thing i'm allowing u to do is slap my ass :P


and fyi, you knew i was playing around on there :P

ChrisExtreme
10-31-2005, 09:37 PM
One of the coolest things I've ever done, was walk across the glass floor at the top of the CN Tower in Toronto. The Glass Floor is 113 stories up and it was so cool to walk across the floor and watch the tiny specs of people walking on the sidewalk below. As soon as I stepped off the floor, I was bombarded with questions from spectators who just couldn't bring themselves to walk on the floor.

I was in a hot air balloon, riding the Super Dooper Looper at Hershey Park for the first time when I was a kid, saw a Kleidesdale colt being born at Bush Gardens, flying in an airplane for the first time, and visiting the World Trade Center in New York, are definitely on the list for cool things I have experienced. The Towers were cool because you could go right up next to the glass and look out over the city. They had little maps drawn on the window so you knew which part of New York you were observing depending on which window you were looking through. I've went to the top of the World Trade Center twice. Once when I was a kid my parents brought me there and the last time was around 95/96. Me a few friends took a detour back from SI through Manhattan and for some reason we ended up at the WTC. Now I'm glad we did.

MP
10-31-2005, 09:56 PM
Back in the early 70's a band I played in got a job at a big rock festival in Wisconsin(sound storm rock festival).
A three day event modeled after Woodstock.We played sunday night right after Grateful Dead.Jimi Hendrix was there but didn't play.He was on the final leg of his US tour right before he went to Europe and died. :(
Anyhow...the cool part was I shared a joint with Jerry Garcia and Jimi Hendrix behind the stage.No shit man that's very cool, I got high with Ziggy Marley once :)

Angel
10-31-2005, 10:21 PM
I've went to the top of the World Trade Center twice. Once when I was a kid my parents brought me there and the last time was around 95/96. Me a few friends took a detour back from SI through Manhattan and for some reason we ended up at the WTC. Now I'm glad we did.
I wish I'd had the chance :(

PornCzar
10-31-2005, 10:45 PM
I've done a lot of crazy and dumb shit, but cool had never been my strong suit. I spent the 70s, 80s and 90s traveling the country and playing pool in between marriages.

Panky
10-31-2005, 10:47 PM
I've went to the top of the World Trade Center twice. Once when I was a kid my parents brought me there and the last time was around 95/96. Me a few friends took a detour back from SI through Manhattan and for some reason we ended up at the WTC. Now I'm glad we did.

Yeah... I'm glad I got to visit them too. I love New York, especially Manhattan, but visiting the Towers that particular day was like the highlight of my day. It was the one thing I really was looking forward to that day.

When I went back to visit Ground Zero it was such an eerie feeling. The area was surrounded by people, the traffic, and just general city noise, but I swear you could've heard a pin drop. Everyone had tears in their eyes, kids and toddlers stood perfectly still, and not one baby seemed to fuss.

ChrisExtreme
11-01-2005, 12:17 AM
Yeah... I'm glad I got to visit them too. I love New York, especially Manhattan, but visiting the Towers that particular day was like the highlight of my day. It was the one thing I really was looking forward to that day.

When I went back to visit Ground Zero it was such an eerie feeling. The area was surrounded by people, the traffic, and just general city noise, but I swear you could've heard a pin drop. Everyone had tears in their eyes, kids and toddlers stood perfectly still, and not one baby seemed to fuss. I try not to think about it too much the whole brings up a lot of different emotions. That is the only day in my life I believed there wouldn't be a next. What sucks too is that I can't remember the day my day brought me there all to well but I do know he was excited to show me NY from the top of the towers and now if I one day have kids I will never be able to do the same. And that just sucks.

Nastyboy
11-01-2005, 03:24 PM
Well the best things have been getting married, having our daughter and starting NakedRhino with Vegas, Angel,Brandi and bringing Scooba on board.

The coolest things would have to be speaking at homes for troubled youth and spending 4 months in Mexico with Brandi way back when we had no responsibilities :beer:

EyesWideShut
11-02-2005, 01:59 AM
Making a winning shot on a basketball game while my crush was watching. :D

Mr. Blue
11-02-2005, 02:40 AM
Hmm, probably the 2 years I played blues guitar and sang in clubs. Was a really great time in my life...the highlight was some guys that played for Wilson Pickett wanted to me to sing lead for this little touring band they were putting together. I had to turn down the offer because I had some familial obligations and responsibilities...but those definitely were the two best years of my life.

Other stuff, WTC, going to the top of it a bunch of times...they had school trips every year to it, so the building itself will always exist in my mind's eye. The charity work I used to do was also great, you learn a lot about yourself and others.