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Old 05-27-2013, 04:40 PM   #31
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I have been a passenger in a jet a few times. They went really fast.

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To attend services at Arlington, on Memorial Day, is on the list..

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I don't get the land speed bucket wish desires.

It is more enjoyable to own and drive a vehicle capable of high speed, than a several second ride in one.

My motorcycle has a top speed of 258 mph, and tooling around town obeying traffic regulations is a blast.

The one time I let myself race 9 race built crotch rockets, was not a bucket list, it was a foolish whim that could have gotten me or someone else killed, or my DL revoked for a lifetime. After that, I took off the windshield so 65 mph seems fast.

Someone is going to ask, smoked em, 215.

Much more fun for what it attracts, than what it does.



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Bucket list. We live at a time where poor people live better than kings in any other time in earths history.

Being alive in 2013 is the bucket list of all bucket lists.

Walk into a subway and walk out with a six inch sub for three bucks. What king could get such ingredients in 1540, and how many man hours would it have taken and lives lost making it?

We all own more gold or gold like trinkets than any king over thousands of years.

Our generation, is the bucket list.

What would a king have given for a smart phone, or indoor plumbing, air conditioning, gas vehicles, ice cubes, toothpaste, store bought shoes, light bulbs, Victoria Secret underwear for their women?

We live in an age where there is no such thing as an empty bucket.

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I want to fly as a backseater like this just once in my life. I apologize for the language in the video.

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Nothing too out there.
1) See Old Faithful spout.
2) See the Grand Canyon
3) See a whale breach
4) Be in Philadelphia on New Year's Day at the Mummer's Parade.
Now to do them before I run out of birthdays.
I've done the first two. And I've seen a whale beached, but no breach.
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I've done the first two. And I've seen a whale beached, but no breach.
lol!...here's a whale tail I captured in Maui in '06.
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I've done the first two. And I've seen a whale beached, but no breach.
The ultimate beached whale video

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I know, it's my state, I've watched this dozens of times. Lol
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I should amend mine, #4 would be to meet Cane & C3 at the same time. I can't imagine the stories & knowledge that would be shared between them....either that or it would be a giant p*ssing match . Either way, I would be in the middle with a tape recorder & pencil, tryin to get it all down. I believe C3 is also an H&R fan, as am I, so it would be nice shoot the breeze on that topic.
They cannot be met at the same time. No locale can contain that level of awesome in such close proximity, not even the great out of doors. Currently, the instability of the Asian side of the ring of fire is caused by both of them being on the east coast.
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