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Rain Man
11-30-2004, 05:12 PM
What's your list? They have to include items that you actively plan to pursue at some point in your life. For example, you may hope for a threesome with Denise Richards and the wife on King of Queens, but unless you plan to seriously spend time pursuing it, it's not eligible for this list.

Here's mine.


1. Visit all seven continents. (Five down, two to go.)

2. Visit Timbuktu. (I have no idea why, but it'd just be cool to say I did it.)

3. Get my home on the local home tour. (Once I finish the rehab in about 2011, I think I might accomplish it.)

4. Publish a novel. (Keep...trying. Don't...slit...wrists.)

5. Actually retire. (No work, no money worries. Just recreation.)

6. Start a scholarship at my old high school. (Doesn't have to be big, I just want to have one.)

7. Get my company up to 30 employees, with profitability. (It'll be tough in my industry, but it's possible, I think.)

8. Do an around-the-world cruise. (Wouldn't that be cool?)

9. Get interviewed on national TV. (Ego, ego, ego.)

10. Start my own computer game company. (This is a bonus #10 pick since I couldn't think of anything else.)

ENDelt260
11-30-2004, 05:15 PM
Eat supper.


I like to set achievable goals.

Rain Man
11-30-2004, 05:16 PM
Come back when you're finished and I'll believe you.

Nzoner
11-30-2004, 05:17 PM
1-10 for me is going to a Superbowl that the Chiefs are in.I've actively pursued this,making plans etc. now I just need them to do their part.

Raiderhader
11-30-2004, 05:18 PM
I never make plans that far ahead.

Sure-Oz
11-30-2004, 05:22 PM
I just want to make my parents proud and be wealthy and have a hot ass wife.

|Zach|
11-30-2004, 05:30 PM
See Florence, Italy and London, England

Watch The Chiefs win in St. Louis and Denver

See a Chelsea Soccer game

Have enough time and money after I retire to make one of those huge mini train track cities

Dr. Facebook Fever
11-30-2004, 05:31 PM
the wife on King of Queens
Leah Remini..............fyi.

ChiefsOne
11-30-2004, 05:32 PM
1. Have a threesome.
2. Have another one.
3. Travel the world.
4. Retire early.
5. Win the Lottery.
6. See my 135th birthday.
7. See the Chiefs win a SuperBowl.
8. Watch my kids grow old.
9. Have grand kids.
10. Die while having a threesome!

ChiefsFanatik88
11-30-2004, 05:37 PM
6. See my 135th birthday.
!

Why would you want to live to be that old? I couldn't imagine living past 80 these days

Soupnazi
11-30-2004, 05:56 PM
6. See my 135th birthday.
10. Die while having a threesome!

See your 135th? The only view you'll get will be that of your shoes.

I guess this means if you achieve your goals, you'll be having a 3-way at 135 years of age. I shudder at the thought of the participants in that.

Raiderhader
11-30-2004, 05:57 PM
See your 135th? The only view you'll get will be that of your shoes.

I guess this means if you achieve your goals, you'll be having a 3-way at 135 years of age. I shudder at the thought of the participants in that.


Who knows, he might get lucky and find a couple of young hotties who have a mature fetish.

Baby Lee
11-30-2004, 05:58 PM
Leah Remini..............fyi.
With a bigger badonkadonk than Kevin James, after the baby, fyi.

Baby Lee
11-30-2004, 05:59 PM
1. Have a threesome.
2. Have another one.
3. Travel the world.
4. Retire early.
5. Win the Lottery.
6. See my 135th birthday.
7. See the Chiefs win a SuperBowl.
8. Watch my kids grow old.
9. Have grand kids.
10. Die while having a threesome!
That poor girl who has to watch you smooching on some dude.

jcroft
11-30-2004, 05:59 PM
1. Have a threesome.

It's really sad to know that in this day and age there are still people who haven't been able to partake of this basic luxury.

And here I thought we'd come a long way.

Sorry, man.

Rain Man
11-30-2004, 06:18 PM
I never make plans that far ahead.


What makes you think you aren't dying soon?

Raiderhader
11-30-2004, 06:18 PM
OK, here's one -

1. I want a hippopotamus for Christmas

Bob Dole
11-30-2004, 06:21 PM
Why would you want to live to be that old? I couldn't imagine living past 80 these days


Clearly, 6 is a prerequisite for 7.

bogie
11-30-2004, 06:23 PM
1. Live long enough to meet and play with my Grandkids.
2. retire with enough money and time to enjoy the money.
3. Shoot par
4. Play the role of PT Barnum on stage.
5. Renovate my fathers delapidated (sp) farm house (I'd like to do this one while my fathers still alive)
6. Do something that would make my daughter want to brag about me to her friends.
7. Own season tickets to Arrowhead.
8. Go to a SB to watch the Chiefs.
9. Become content
10. See what JennyGump looks like in person.

2bikemike
11-30-2004, 06:33 PM
I have pretty much done most of the things I wanted to do. But there are a few left.

1. Chiefs SuperBowl victory I would be in KC for it.

2. Ride to Alaska

3. Retire young and not have to worry about money.

4. Build a really bad ass 34 Duece Hot Rod.

Thats about all I can think about right now. I think 2,3,4 are pretty doable. But that first one I may have to live to be 135 like ChiefsOne.

Phobia
11-30-2004, 06:37 PM
Leah Remini..............fyi.

I know this is off-topic, but I can't even watch that show anymore and it's all because of her.

Since she had a kid, she resembles uncannily, my ex-wife. Since they've had her bitching a lot this season, she even sounds like her. It makes me sick to my stomach.

Cochise
11-30-2004, 06:39 PM
That ride to Alaska sounds cool mike :thumb:

Cochise
11-30-2004, 06:40 PM
For example, you may hope for a threesome with Denise Richards ...


I was about to choke on my grilled cheese until I saw the "Richards" in that sentence.

2bikemike
11-30-2004, 06:41 PM
I know this is off-topic, but I can't even watch that show anymore and it's all because of her.

Since she had a kid, she resembles uncannily, my ex-wife. Since they've had her bitching a lot this season, she even sounds like her. It makes me sick to my stomach.

She doesn't look that great anymore. There are way hotter chicks on TV than her.

Baby Lee
11-30-2004, 06:42 PM
I know this is off-topic, but I can't even watch that show anymore and it's all because of my ex-wife.
Fixed your post. Even with the prodigious fanny, I will NOT have you ripping Leah. And the bitchiness is part of her charm. Anyone remember her guest spot on Friends as the chick having a baby [the same ep where Phoebe gave brith to the triplets] who Joey befriends and they argue about Knicks-v-Celtics?

Baby Lee
11-30-2004, 06:43 PM
I was about to choke on my grilled cheese until I saw the "Richards" in that sentence.
Thus leading to the worst episode of CSI, evar!!!

Grissom: What killed him?
Stokes: Well, he's got a mouthful of grilled cheese.
Warrick: And his computer is on.

Phobia
11-30-2004, 06:44 PM
Fixed your post. Even with the prodigious fanny, I will NOT have you ripping Leah. And the bitchiness is part of her charm.

Okay. But, it's ruined now. My wife turns that show on and I shudder. My current wife gets really pissed about it, too. She thinks I'm shallow. Heh heh.

Rain Man
11-30-2004, 06:57 PM
Wow. I never see that show other than the commercials, and I just assumed that she was a petite hottie. I think the commercials must show only shots from the waist up or something.

This is a real morale killer for me.

Taco John
11-30-2004, 06:58 PM
In no particular order:


Go to a Superbowl (preferably with the Broncos playing)
Hike the Pacific Coast Trail across Washington from Oregon to Canada.
Skydive
Learn to Kite Board
Vacation to Europe


That's all I can think of for now...

Rain Man
11-30-2004, 07:01 PM
In no particular order:


Go to a Superbowl (preferably with the Broncos *

(* Violated the salary cap during their championship seasons) playing)
Hike the Pacific Coast Trail across Washington from Oregon to Canada.
Skydive
Learn to Kite Board
Vacation to Europe


That's all I can think of for now...


I'm just curious. Why have you not done Europe yet? Tickets are cheap, and aren't you relatively unencumbered by kids and stuff? This is your time to go.

ChiefsOne
12-01-2004, 03:09 PM
Why would you want to live to be that old? I couldn't imagine living past 80 these days

Because I think (hope) that with the way medicine and things are changing that would be possible. Take care of your self and keep hoping for the best.

ChiefsOne
12-01-2004, 03:11 PM
I guess this means if you achieve your goals, you'll be having a 3-way at 135 years of age. I shudder at the thought of the participants in that.

I am sure I'll still look the same! :thumb:

ChiefsOne
12-01-2004, 03:12 PM
It's really sad to know that in this day and age there are still people who haven't been able to partake of this basic luxury.

And here I thought we'd come a long way.

Sorry, man.


Haven't convinced the wife of this yet. Still trying though.

KCWolfman
12-01-2004, 03:15 PM
1. See all of my kids graduate college in fields in which they will be happy

2. Own a motorhome the size of a rock star ensemble and travel with my wife to all 49 land accessible states

3. See my family healthy

4. Stay healthy until I die

5. Retire at age 55

6. Own a bait shop that doesn't make money but provides a prime location to drop a line and make up stories

7. Renovate at least 5 homes inside and out to look authenticate to the year they were built

8. Create a garden that actually grows full size gourds and watermelon (I can grow anything but. I don't know why)

9. Write a novel

10. See the Chiefs win one more SB


What can I say, I am a simple man.

Skip Towne
12-01-2004, 03:28 PM
In no particular order:


Go to a Superbowl (preferably with the Broncos *

(* Violated the salary cap during their championship seasons) playing)
Hike the Pacific Coast Trail across Washington from Oregon to Canada.
Skydive
Learn to Kite Board
Vacation to Europe
Lose 70 pounds

That's all I can think of for now...
I fixed your post after I thought of one more for you.

Braincase
12-01-2004, 03:31 PM
1. Have my wife overcome her gag reflex
2. Play with my grandkids
3. Record a few CD's of original music
4. Write a book
5. Get another degree from KU
6. Enjoy sushi in Japan
7. Go to every Chiefs game in one season, home & road, including SB.
8. Chiefs win a Superbowl
9. Swipe the Broncos SB trophies, leave a note behind "You cheated, you can't have 'em. Love, Tags"
10. Recreate my favorite scene from Death Race 2000, with Greg Robinson, Mike Shanahan, John Elway, Lin Elliott, Steve Bono, Peyton Manning, Ben Davidson and a few others strapped into wheelchairs. Points, dog, points.

vckcchiefs04
12-01-2004, 03:38 PM
1.) Lindsay Lohan :hump:
2.) Adriana Lima (victoria's secret chick) :drool:
3.) Jessica Alba :spank:
4.) Brooke Burke :dom:
5.) Beyoncé Knowles :clap:
6.) Anna Kournikova :hump:
7.) Eva Longoria :hump:
8.) Alyssa Milano :hump:
9.) Jessica Simpson :spank:
10.) Amelia Vega (Ms. Universe 2003) :drool:

SPchief
12-01-2004, 03:51 PM
[QUOTE=BrainCase]
1. Have my wife overcome her gag reflex



ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL

teh rep

big nasty kcnut
12-01-2004, 03:52 PM
1. write a kids book
2.flirt with kylie minogue
3. watch the chiefs win the superbowl
4.have money to finally get a big screen for my bedroom
5.be in a rap video as the cool white guy
6.watch the wildcats be national champ in football
7. get on wwe raw to shoot wrestle one of thier wannabe wrestler
8.meet the man barry sanders and joe montana
9. make out with a twins
10.to go to canada

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 03:53 PM
Come back when you're finished and I'll believe you.
Sorry, I didn't get on last night.

I had an Italian beef sandwich from a joint called Luke's.

It was pretty tasty. Greasy as all get out. Towards the end I must've bitten just the right pepper... a distinct burning sensation spread throughout my mouth rather quickly.

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 03:55 PM
It's really sad to know that in this day and age there are still people who haven't been able to partake of this basic luxury.

And here I thought we'd come a long way.

Sorry, man.

Not all of us live in a gay porno, Jeff.

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 03:55 PM
OK, here's one -

1. I want a hippopotamus for Christmas
I'll PM ya a phone number.

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 03:57 PM
4. Build a really bad ass 34 Duece Hot Rod.

Wait... I thought a "deuce" was a 32.

What the hell does duece mean, then?

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 03:59 PM
Haven't convinced the wife of this yet. Still trying though.
You're supposed to do that BEFORE you get married.

Sheesh.

Kids these days.

KCWolfman
12-01-2004, 03:59 PM
Wait... I thought a "deuce" was a 32.

What the hell does duece mean, then?
Think....

How many people can sit in a hotrod?

Fairplay
12-01-2004, 04:02 PM
Think....

How many people can sit in a hotrod?




Depends if they are trying to get in the guiness book of records.

CosmicPal
12-01-2004, 04:02 PM
1. Take a trip around the country with a long time friend.

2. Take a trip to Ireland to play golf, hike, and drink myself into a frenzy in one of their pubs.

3. Take a trip to Australia to swim, hike, and meet a gorgeous Australian lass.

4. Win the Nobel Peace Prize

5. Win the Nobel Prize for Literature

6. Write a screenplay which then becomes an Oscar winning film

7. Win the lottery- not just for the money, but for the profound awe and excitement of beating such insurmountable odds.

8. Own my own pizzaria

9. Learn something new every day

10. Watch the Chiefs win successive Super Bowls

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 04:03 PM
Think....

How many people can sit in a hotrod?
There are corvettes that only seat two... they aren't deuces.

What is the definition of a deuce? I thought it was a 32 Ford.

Iowanian
12-01-2004, 04:03 PM
1.Catch a 9lb+ largemouth bass
2.Take a 200 class Boone/Crocket whitetail with my bow
3.Kill a bear with my bow
4. Own 300 acres of Southern Iowa(God's country) land
5. Alaska trip......include cruise of Glacier bay, salmon run, and bow-Bear
6. Long happy marraige, healthy happy kids
7. Own company capable of employing 30 people in economically depressed area, paying above average wage
8. Kick a Blue Duck
9. Pee off the worlds tallest Bridge
10. Bungee Jump off Angel Falls

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 04:08 PM
8. Kick a Blue Duck

I don't even know what to say.

9. Pee off the worlds tallest Bridge

"Water's cold."
"Deep, too."

Iowanian
12-01-2004, 04:11 PM
Have you ever seen, let alone kicked a Blue Duck?

Me Either..............Its good to set goals that will take a while....a reason to keep waking up in the morning when I'm 75+(If I'm not a worm farm by 40)


If you and a buddy, or admired Male Relative, or nephew have never experience the exhillaration of urinating off of an Old Steel Bridge on a dirt road.................you've not experienced cave man-Male bonding in its purest form.

In heaven, there are Bridges to pee off of, with a nice ledge to set your cold beer, and maybe something to shoot your .22 at in the stream below.

ChiefsOne
12-01-2004, 04:16 PM
You're supposed to do that BEFORE you get married.

Sheesh.

Kids these days.


Never had the opportunity. That wasn't the hip thing to do when I was younger like it is now. Not many bi girls around in the 80's, at least that I knew.

"Kids these days" - probably a little older than your young ass!

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 04:17 PM
"Kids these days" - probably a little older than your young ass!

That's what makes it funny.

ChiefsOne
12-01-2004, 04:55 PM
ENDelt260

Ha Ha, laugh at the old guy.....bastard!

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 05:03 PM
Feel better, grandpa. My teddy bear loves you.

Baby Lee
12-01-2004, 05:39 PM
1. Run a top fuel dragster down the 1/4 mile.
2. Assemble the perfect HTPC. Silent cooling, plenty of processor power, all my CDs, DVDs, DVD-As, SACDs [not possible yet, but who knows], and HiDef movies on an untrafast drive, HDTiVO, Class-A audio output, room controls, easy interface, ran by a custom menu from a PalmPilot.
3. Assemble a show class hot rod from the frame rails up, something that makes Chip Foose go "Damn!!!"
4. Own a BMW 6 series.
5. See a Chiefs SB.
6. Have a child of superior talent in some area, be it math, sports, art, music.
7. Take a few laps in a Forumula 1 car.
8. Build a house entirely to my specifications.
9. Solo skydive
10. Go to outer space.

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 05:43 PM
I once dated a girl who tried to get me to make a list of 100 things I wanted to do before I died.

I had trouble completing the list... mostly because I wasn't writing things like, "Poke a girl in the butt" on the list she saw.

Baby Lee
12-01-2004, 05:45 PM
I once dated a girl who tried to get me to make a list of 100 things I wanted to do before I died.

I had trouble completing the list... mostly because I wasn't writing things like, "Poke a girl in the butt" on the list she saw.
A little muddy love, eh?

2bikemike
12-01-2004, 06:24 PM
There are corvettes that only seat two... they aren't deuces.

What is the definition of a deuce? I thought it was a 32 Ford.

Actually you are correct. I always wanted the 32 and I always just said Deuce coupe. My neighbor just got a 34 full fendered coupe and I started noticing some differences that I liked with the 34. Like the way the grill has a slight lean back where as the 32 is straight up and down.

I also do not want the fenders. I want the biggest fattest tires I can find for the back.

Jenson71
12-01-2004, 06:30 PM
I saw people list "write a novel". That would be in mine too.

Skip Towne
12-01-2004, 07:07 PM
Actually you are correct. I always wanted the 32 and I always just said Deuce coupe. My neighbor just got a 34 full fendered coupe and I started noticing some differences that I liked with the 34. Like the way the grill has a slight lean back where as the 32 is straight up and down.

I also do not want the fenders. I want the biggest fattest tires I can find for the back.
Deuce coupe refers to the '32 Ford. I guess a '34 would have to be a quad coupe.

2bikemike
12-01-2004, 07:10 PM
Deuce coupe refers to the '32 Ford. I guess a '34 would have to be a quad coupe.

I would think you should know. Probably a lot of guys in your HS drove these cars.

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 09:11 PM
Deuce coupe refers to the '32 Ford. I guess a '34 would have to be a quad coupe.
Nice to have input from someone who was there when they rolled off the assembly line.

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 09:11 PM
Oh... and, just in case anyone didn't notice...

Russ was wrong!! Russ was wrong!!

Dave Lane
12-01-2004, 09:38 PM
How about living to see a Chiefs SB victory? I've got one but sure would like at least one more.

Dave

Rain Man
12-01-2004, 09:41 PM
1. Have my wife overcome her gag reflex



Have you considered wearing a bag over your head?

ENDelt260
12-01-2004, 09:43 PM
Have you considered wearing a bag over your head?
HA!

cdcox
12-02-2004, 11:22 AM
This thread has been bugging me since I read it yesterday. It made me realize that I amble through life responding to day-to-day and year-to-year pressures without any real long term goals to be working toward.

Here is my list for now, but I should start thinking of some other things I want to accomplish or experience, since my life is likely past the half-way point:

1. Get a paper published in Nature (together with Science is one of the top scientific journals in the world - should happen in the next 6 mos).

2. Make my office paperless. Currently I have about 8" of paper covering every flat surface in my office, with stuff overflowing onto the floor.

3. Make full professor. Should happen within 2 years.

4. Have a continual stream of good graduate students.

5. Be affiliated with a academic department with "Systems Biology" in the title.

6. See my daughter graduate college, get married and have grandkids.

7. Own a "dream" home.

8. Retire, or at least slow down the pace of things so I can enjoy things like sipping coffee on the deck in the morning, all-day BBQing, get some exercise, etc.

9. Travel the world with my wife, eating at world-class resturaunts as we go.

10. Establish a playoff prediction website with an interactive java applet. Get thousands of hits per day. Establish world fame.

Actually, these have been on my wish list for a while, but writing them down was a useful exercise. Need to start some more proactive planning on 4 and 5 in order to make them happening. 7,8 and 9 are financially related, so I will probably only achieve moderate success in these, since I've never tried to accumulate even moderate wealth. Easy come, easy go.

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 11:35 AM
I'll PM ya a phone number.


You told me you were going to do so in another thread.... I'm still waiting.

ENDelt260
12-02-2004, 11:40 AM
You told me you were going to do so in another thread.... I'm still waiting.
Oh... well, uh... I was just joking.

But, if you really want one... check your PM box.

Brando
12-02-2004, 11:43 AM
Oh... well, uh... I was just joking.

But, if you really want one... check your PM box.
UH-Oh the kissing Teddy is giving out phone numbers like handjobs for cash.

ENDelt260
12-02-2004, 11:46 AM
UH-Oh the kissing Teddy is giving out phone numbers like handjobs for cash.
Hey, if he really wants the number of some big'un in Phoenix, who am I to deny him?

Brando
12-02-2004, 11:50 AM
Hey, if he really wants the number of some big'un in Phoenix, who am I to deny him?
It's one thing if you two are out at 3a.m. and drunk as hell. It's quite another thing to encourage whaling in a sober state.

Skip Towne
12-02-2004, 11:55 AM
I would think you should know. Probably a lot of guys in your HS drove these cars.
Nope, no deuce coupes. I did have a buddy who had a Model A. I think it was a '28.

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 11:58 AM
Hey, if he really wants the number of some big'un in Phoenix, who am I to deny him?


I'll call her this evening.

KCWolfman
12-02-2004, 12:05 PM
Oh... and, just in case anyone didn't notice...

Russ was wrong!! Russ was wrong!!
LMAO


Shut up, just shut up, shut up!!!!

KCWolfman
12-02-2004, 12:06 PM
Nope, no deuce coupes. I did have a buddy who had a Model A. I think it was a '28.
How many did it seat? I bet I know


Hey ENDelt was wrong that I was wrong.

KCWolfman
12-02-2004, 01:00 PM
How many did it seat? I bet I know


Hey ENDelt was wrong that I was wrong.
Eh, Forbes and MSNBC agree with the orginal poster.

The 1932 was the first true 8 cylinder two seater, thus is the only true "deuce coupe"

I was wrong that ENDelt was wrong that I was wrong.

Alton deFlat
12-02-2004, 01:07 PM
Leah Remini..............fyi.

She's a biatch!

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 01:09 PM
She's a biatch!


Speaking of her, I saw her last night on tv, and as some others have stated in this thread, she ain't all that any more. And the rear end certainly has taken on a little extra weight.

Baby Lee
12-02-2004, 01:17 PM
Speaking of her, I saw her last night on tv, and as some others have stated in this thread, she ain't all that any more. And the rear end certainly has taken on a little extra weight.
If you'd seen the VH1 docu on her having her kid, you'd know why. That girl was a black hole sucking down every quart of Haagen-Das, tray of lasagna, bratwurst, ceasar salad, and bucket of chicken in sight.

Rain Man
12-02-2004, 01:21 PM
This is very sad news. There's nothing more tragic than that type of situation.

It reminds me of my high school reunion. While many of my female former classmates were quite nice looking, one of the best (who was a pal of mine) had picked up about 60 pounds. I choose to remember her at the age of 17.

Alton deFlat
12-02-2004, 01:22 PM
If you'd seen the VH1 docu on her having her kid, you'd know why. That girl was a black hole sucking down every quart of Haagen-Das, tray of lasagna, bratwurst, ceasar salad, and bucket of chicken in sight.

It was that show, that made me call her a biatch. She also was a black hole, that sucked the life out of every male, within reach of her.

Baby Lee
12-02-2004, 01:22 PM
This is very sad news. There's nothing more tragic than that type of situation.

It reminds me of my high school reunion. While many of my female former classmates were quite nice looking, one of the best (who was a pal of mine) had picked up about 60 pounds. I choose to remember her at the age of 17.
She's Hollywood, and she's on a show where her schtick is to make fun of her hubby's gut. She'll be back in effable shape by next season.

That or she'll start stealing roles from Sally Struthers.

ENDelt260
12-02-2004, 01:54 PM
I'll call her this evening.
That'd be just swell.

Be sure to tell her you found her number written on the wall of a truck stop bathroom.

ENDelt260
12-02-2004, 01:55 PM
I was wrong that ENDelt was wrong that I was wrong.

Exactly.

Brando
12-02-2004, 01:56 PM
That'd be just swell.

Be sure to tell her you found her number written on the wall of a truck stop bathroom.
That's where I found the web address to CP. Interesting.

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 02:03 PM
That'd be just swell.

Be sure to tell her you found her number written on the wall of a truck stop bathroom.


Oh hell no, I'm telling her exactly where I got it from.

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 02:04 PM
If you'd seen the VH1 docu on her having her kid, you'd know why. That girl was a black hole sucking down every quart of Haagen-Das, tray of lasagna, bratwurst, ceasar salad, and bucket of chicken in sight.


Where is the magic of Hollywood when it is needed?

ENDelt260
12-02-2004, 02:05 PM
Sheesh. I hope she doesn't burn my house down.

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 02:08 PM
Did you two part ways on a sour note or something?

ENDelt260
12-02-2004, 02:09 PM
Did you two part ways on a sour note or something?
I'm just thinking she wouldn't be a real big fan of me giving her number to random dudes on the Internet.

Just a hunch.

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 02:10 PM
I'm just thinking she wouldn't be a real big fan of me giving her number to random dudes on the Internet.

Just a hunch.


Like she has to know that aspect of it.

ENDelt260
12-02-2004, 02:12 PM
Like she has to know that aspect of it.
Apparently I misinterpreted this

Oh hell no, I'm telling her exactly where I got it from.

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 02:15 PM
Apparently I misinterpreted this


I meant from you. How I got it is entirely different.

ENDelt260
12-02-2004, 02:17 PM
Just imagining this convo in my head is making me giggle...

*ring*
"Hi! Are you a hippopotamus?"
"WHAT?!?!"
"I told my friend Brian I wanted a hippopotamus for Christmas, and he gave me this number."
"I'm gonna burn his house down!"

Wait... that kinda took a bad turn at the end.

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 02:20 PM
I found it kind of funny.

Actually, that would be the only real reason to make the call, to get you in trouble. Me living in Houston and her in Pheonix makes the call rather pointless otherwise.

Iowanian
12-02-2004, 02:23 PM
Chrimmeny Jamie.............just go down to the Piggley Wiggley and hang out in the Candy Aisle...........or go to any bar that still has the Macarena on the Juke Box........Even GoChiefs and III could score there without Chocolate flavored chap stick.

All you really need to do is be there at close...........they like fellows of your stature.

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 02:33 PM
It was all a joke in the first place.

ENDelt260
12-02-2004, 02:37 PM
Don't believe him, Iowanian. He even wrote a song about it.

Iowanian
12-02-2004, 02:37 PM
I knew that as soon as your rejected penthouse letter submission began with a well dressed dude placing a Celine Dion CD on your checkout counter........

Raiderhader
12-02-2004, 02:38 PM
Oh, ouch.

ptlyon
12-02-2004, 03:02 PM
I really can't think of 10 things I want to do before I die, but I really don't want to do 10 really stupid things before I die.

I think I'm on 3.

Hydrae
12-02-2004, 03:03 PM
1. Touch the Great Pyramid
2. Skydive
3. Build a computer run home
4. Live long enough to enjoy some retirement years
5. Spend those retirement years traveling this great country in a small RV
6. Go to the moon!
7. Restore a muscle car from the frame up
8. Learn how to facet gems
9. Use up my retirement money with travel. The kids can get their own money!
10. Drive the families 1924 Oakland in a parade in 2024

Baby Lee
12-02-2004, 05:06 PM
1. Run a top fuel dragster down the 1/4 mile.
2. Assemble the perfect HTPC. Silent cooling, plenty of processor power, all my CDs, DVDs, DVD-As, SACDs [not possible yet, but who knows], and HiDef movies on an untrafast drive, HDTiVO, Class-A audio output, room controls, easy interface, ran by a custom menu from a PalmPilot.
3. Assemble a show class hot rod from the frame rails up, something that makes Chip Foose go "Damn!!!"
4. Own a BMW 6 series.
5. See a Chiefs SB.
6. Have a child of superior talent in some area, be it math, sports, art, music.
7. Take a few laps in a Forumula 1 car.
8. Build a house entirely to my specifications.
9. Solo skydive
10. Go to outer space.
1. Touch the Great Pyramid
2. Skydive
3. Build a computer run home
4. Live long enough to enjoy some retirement years
5. Spend those retirement years traveling this great country in a small RV
6. Go to the moon!
7. Restore a muscle car from the frame up
8. Learn how to facet gems
9. Use up my retirement money with travel. The kids can get their own money!
10. Drive the families 1924 Oakland in a parade in 2024
Great minds. . .

2bikemike
12-02-2004, 06:25 PM
All you guys that want to Skydive just go do it already. Hell its fairly inexpensive and you can get that one out of the way.

I used to skydive, its a lot of fun. I gave it up when my first wife got pregnant.

cdcox
08-23-2005, 11:24 AM
This thread has been bugging me since I read it yesterday. It made me realize that I amble through life responding to day-to-day and year-to-year pressures without any real long term goals to be working toward.

Here is my list for now, but I should start thinking of some other things I want to accomplish or experience, since my life is likely past the half-way point:

1. Get a paper published in Nature (together with Science is one of the top scientific journals in the world - should happen in the next 6 mos).

2. Make my office paperless. Currently I have about 8" of paper covering every flat surface in my office, with stuff overflowing onto the floor.

3. Make full professor. Should happen within 2 years.

4. Have a continual stream of good graduate students.

5. Be affiliated with a academic department with "Systems Biology" in the title.

6. See my daughter graduate college, get married and have grandkids.

7. Own a "dream" home.

8. Retire, or at least slow down the pace of things so I can enjoy things like sipping coffee on the deck in the morning, all-day BBQing, get some exercise, etc.

9. Travel the world with my wife, eating at world-class resturaunts as we go.

10. Establish a playoff prediction website with an interactive java applet. Get thousands of hits per day. Establish world fame.

Actually, these have been on my wish list for a while, but writing them down was a useful exercise. Need to start some more proactive planning on 4 and 5 in order to make them happening. 7,8 and 9 are financially related, so I will probably only achieve moderate success in these, since I've never tried to accumulate even moderate wealth. Easy come, easy go.


An update.

Goal #1: Our research group got word today that our paper was accepted in Nature. This journal is extremely prestegious and it is very difficult to have a publication accepted there. It should be in print within several weeks.

Goal #10: I'm in the process of reworking my playoff prediction software in Java, complete with an interactive GUI interface. In the past, I've done the predictions on my computer and posted the results here. Now, you will be able to do the predictions yourself, and examine "what if" senarios till your heart's content. Should be ready to release to the masses in late September/early October. It won't get me world fame (yet) but it is the necessary first step.

Lbedrock1
08-23-2005, 11:33 AM
6. See my 135th birthday.

You are nasty wanting to be a 135 year old slobberig, wrinkled, viagra can't help you, man who dies while having a threesome. Im going to go vomit.

chagrin
08-23-2005, 11:43 AM
That poor girl who has to watch you smooching on some dude.


Brooke: Quagmire, will you accept this rose?
Quagmire: Really? After I drugged you and had sex with your unconscious body?
Brooke: What?
Quagmire: Yes.

Radar Chief
08-23-2005, 11:51 AM
1. Run a top fuel dragster down the 1/4 mile.
2. Assemble the perfect HTPC. Silent cooling, plenty of processor power, all my CDs, DVDs, DVD-As, SACDs [not possible yet, but who knows], and HiDef movies on an untrafast drive, HDTiVO, Class-A audio output, room controls, easy interface, ran by a custom menu from a PalmPilot.
3. Assemble a show class hot rod from the frame rails up, something that makes Chip Foose go "Damn!!!"
4. Own a BMW 6 series.
5. See a Chiefs SB.
6. Have a child of superior talent in some area, be it math, sports, art, music.
7. Take a few laps in a Forumula 1 car.
8. Build a house entirely to my specifications.
9. Solo skydive
10. Go to outer space.


I had no idea you were such a Gear Head, BL.
That would top my list also, staging then racing a Top Fuel dragster without kill’n myself. I’ve just gotta experience 0-320 MPH in 4.5 seconds at least once.

ptlyon
08-23-2005, 12:13 PM
I really can't think of 10 things I want to do before I die, but I really don't want to do 10 really stupid things before I die.

I think I'm on 3.

Oops. 4 now.

jspchief
08-23-2005, 12:22 PM
All you guys that want to Skydive just go do it already. Hell its fairly inexpensive and you can get that one out of the way.

I used to skydive, its a lot of fun. I gave it up when my first wife got pregnant.Agree. Hell, it's cheaper to skydive than to go to a Chiefs game with a guest.

My list:
1. Attend an NFL game in every team's stadium in the league. (5 down)
2. Furnish an entire room with furniture that I made (probably dining room)
3. Take a bull Elk with a bow
4. Put my children through college
5. Build my own home
6. Own a car that sits in the garage under a tarp more than it gets driven (muscle car, not a junker)
7. Shoot a round of golf under 80
8. Own land for the sole purpose of hunting/recreation
9. Visit an overseas country (Japan or Australia topping the list)
10. Own a bar

Rain Man
08-23-2005, 12:31 PM
An update.

Goal #1: Our research group got word today that our paper was accepted in Nature. This journal is extremely prestegious and it is very difficult to have a publication accepted there. It should be in print within several weeks.


Congratulations! That's huge! (Apparently. I mean, I really don't know, but I'll take your word for it.) You'll have to link the article when it appears, and I'll send a letter to the editor commenting on how thought-provoking it was.

jacajo
08-23-2005, 12:53 PM
Top 10 ( not in any particular order )

Start a new dance move that mocks stupid dance moves only to have it catch on and become the dance of the summer. go on a vision quest - american indian style, not mather broderick Own my own private jet See my kids become successful in life Be there when the chiefs win the Super Bowl Start a scholarship program for injured high school athletes Have dinner at the white house whoop a gangsta rapper's ass on television Walk my daughter down the aisle at her wedding Spend an evening at the Playboy Mansion

David.
08-23-2005, 02:06 PM
Graduate college
Travel Europe
Attend a Chiefs game
Coach a high school football team
Meet a POTUS
Get married
Start a successful business
Skydive
Be in a movie (an extra or something)
Have Natalile Portman, profess her undying love for me

oaklandhater
08-23-2005, 03:22 PM
1. Sleep with Twins

2.Go to the superbowl

3. see the chiefs win the superbowl


4. See Virtual Reality Real VR like Matrix


5. Marry a Playmate

6. Kock up a Playmate

7. Divorce a playmate

8. Retire before 55

9.Reach 10,000 post count On chiefsplanet

10. Become a prison Warden

Rain Man
08-23-2005, 03:25 PM
Is sleep a euphemism?

onescrewleftuntwisted
08-23-2005, 04:15 PM
gonna have to think about this for awhile..........

chiefs undefeated for whole season (almost had it)
one of the olson twins for a slave (beer bitch)
kill a president (make it in all hisory books)
quit smoking
wrestle an crocodile
becoming a pro security guard for the stars
bitch slap britney spears
blow up a mountain




its a working process

CosmicPal
08-23-2005, 04:48 PM
gonna have to think about this for awhile..........

chiefs undefeated for whole season (almost had it)

Could happen in your lifetime

one of the olson twins for a slave (beer bitch)

Dream on

kill a president (make it in all hisory books)

Uhhh, we might have to report you now...Seriously though, you might have some secret agents paying you a visit in the next 20 mins.

quit smoking

Why not do it now

wrestle an crocodile

If you quit smoking, it will increase your desire to wrestle a crocodile

becoming a pro security guard for the stars

Wanting to bitch slap britney spears and have one of the olsen twins for a slave will not qualify you as a security guard for the stars.

bitch slap britney spears

I think she has a better chance of bitch slapping you

blow up a mountain

Torch any of the mountains surrounding my home and I will personally phuck you up.

:D




its a working process[/QUOTE]

Rain Man
08-23-2005, 04:54 PM
one of the olson twins for a slave (beer bitch)



Money-saving tip: Mary Kate has a lower food cost.

chiefs4me
08-23-2005, 05:46 PM
gonna have to think about this for awhile..........

chiefs undefeated for whole season (almost had it)
one of the olson twins for a slave (beer bitch)
kill a president (make it in all hisory books)
quit smoking
wrestle an crocodile
becoming a pro security guard for the stars
bitch slap britney spears
blow up a mountain




its a working process




I think that' pretty mean, wanting to blow up a mountain, now why would you want to do that?:rolleyes:

Tribal Warfare
08-23-2005, 07:53 PM
1) Breathe fresh air

2) get out my bed

3) put my clothes on

4) go to work

5) then finding out I won the 100 million dollar powerball lottery jackpot

6) after that kick my boss in the nuts

7)while walking out my work place, as always I'll get mauled my hot chicks, and afte good "love makin" times. Of course this is occuring right in right in front of my former workplace, and consequently I'm so rich I don't give a shit. :D

8) after two hours with the hot chicks of the good love makin in front of my work place. I decided to go my place for the 14 hour escapade in pure freakiness.

9) then I ate sandwitch, and I told the girls to leave. No snuggling shit. I have crank calls to make

10) while doing my best Carl Peterson impersonation I told Eric Hicks that he was being shipped to the shithole that's of the Detroit Lions. He cryed, and was so convinced that he was going to Detroit he decided to retire and become a male flight attendent for TWA. I went to bed a happy man.

stevieray
08-23-2005, 08:48 PM
Give my daughters away on their Wedding day.

Grow old with my wife.

Be an awesome Grandpa.

Take care of my mom when she gets old.

Paint the biggest Chiefs mural ever in KC.

Watch the Chiefs win a SB.

See the Smithsonian, David, and Sistine Chapel.

Paint Choppers and Cars.

Own a Porsche.

Last but not least, do charity work.

Count Alex's Wins
08-23-2005, 08:51 PM
Be an awesome Grandpa.


Grandpa Elvis? :hmmm:


Paint the biggest Chiefs mural ever in KC.


That would extremely cool.

Count Alex's Wins
08-23-2005, 08:54 PM
6) after that kick my boss in the nuts

He will sue you for 100 million.

Count Alex's Wins
08-23-2005, 08:58 PM
3.Kill a bear with my bow

You might want to save this one for last.

Count Alex's Wins
08-23-2005, 09:16 PM
Here's mine:

1. One summer, see a Rangers game in all 30 major league ballparks.

2. Attend the deciding game of an ALCS in which the Rangers win.

3. See the Rangers win a World Series.

4. Attend a road Chiefs playoff game in which they win.

5. Attend an AFC Championship at Arrowhead with the Chiefs advancing.

6. See the Chiefs win a Super Bowl (TV/attend, I don't give a f*ck)

7. Go to Egypt and see the Pyramids and other ancient ruins

8. Go to South America and explore the vast, steamy jungle and ancient ruins

9. Go to Africa and hunt

10. Move back to Scotland and retire

Tribal Warfare
08-23-2005, 10:06 PM
He will sue you for 100 million.

hey, man don't ruin the fantasy

Mosbonian
08-23-2005, 10:39 PM
1) Retire to South Carolina and play golf every day....

2) Travel to Ireland and New Zealand....

3) Be the Grand Marshal in the Disney Parade...

4) Be Mickey Mouse at the Magic Kingdom for one day....

5) Witness a Chief's Super Bowl win....

6) Find and rebuild a 64 Chrysler Newport...it was my very first automobile....

7) Build my wife's "Dream House".....

8) Watch my daughter live her dream as a World Class Gymnast....and my son live a normal life....

9) Spend one year of my life doing only volunteer work for Special Olympics..

10) Live to see someone find a cure for Autism....or any other disease that takes away childhood dreams...

mmaddog
*******

leviw
08-23-2005, 11:13 PM
To do before I die:

1) Watch my first child's birth.
2) Hit the bars on my 21st b-day with all my closest friends; hit on the hottest chic in Aggieville; then pass out hours later, all the while not paying for a single drink (Oct. 31, 2005).
3) Have a "Chiefs Planet" poster walk his daughter down the aile and hand her off to me on my wedding day; have him pay every penny of my reception; have sex with his daughter; then pass out hours later, all the while not paying for a single drink.
4) While still single, have a "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas" weekend.
5) Spend $5,000 in one afternoon at Best Buy.
6) Catch a foul ball ore homerun at a Major League Baseball game.
7) Never have to leave the United States.
8) Have the hottest wife/girlfriend at my 10-year class reunion.
9) Own a house.
10) Before the end of this year: dance at a bar/club like Stephen A. Smith in his "Quite Frankly" commercial for a whole song.

Things I've done that I would have liked to have done if I hadn't did them already:

1) Made a recognizable college athete cry.
2) Watched two Dante Hall punt/kick returns for TDs in person at Arrowhead.
3) Drank a beer in Chile's before I was 21.
4) Was a best man at a wedding.

joesomebody
08-23-2005, 11:49 PM
1. Own my own home
2. Get married and have kids
3. Find and retire from a job I can be proud of and not hate
4. Get my bachelors degree (57 more credits...)
5. Quit Smoking
6. Get a masters degree
7. Send my kids (see number 2) to college
8. Be able to afford Season Tickets some day (and live close enough to attend)
9. Visit Ireland and Scotland
10. Completely retire at age 55

Frankie
08-24-2005, 01:14 AM
Ten Things You Hope to Do Before You Die.

:hmmm: Let's see:

1- Make love to Jennifer Lopez
2- Make love to Natalie Portman
3- Make love to Demi Moore
4- Make love to Britney Spears
5- Make love to Lucie Liu
6- Make love to Halle Berry
7- Make love to Angelina Jolie
8- .....
Damn!... By this list death will certainly come before I get to 10. :banghead:

Logical
08-24-2005, 01:33 AM
I probably don't have 10 (heh but I am over 50)

1) See my son and daughters successful.
2) Ensure my son and daughters are happy as long as I have anything to do with it.
3) Make life a little more interesting for those who have known me
4) Challenge others to always have to think
5) Make life a little better for other people

Yeah I will be happy if I achieve those 5, I know it is not exoctic or exciting but it is what I want to achieve.

listopencil
08-24-2005, 02:36 AM
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Luzap
08-24-2005, 03:01 AM
1) Go Skydiving
2) Be Knited in the English Court (not sure how to persue this one).
3) Be involved in the commercial exploitation of solar system resources.
4) Be a US Senator (maybe).
5) Help ten people become millionaires.
6) Donate $100,000 to a good charity.
7) Do free public speaking for high school students.
8) Speak to a college graduating class.
9) Help my niece have the life she deserves.
10) For my wife and I to have a long, happy, healthy life together.

Luz
just off the top of my head...

Rausch
08-24-2005, 03:31 AM
To be the inspiration for a Ran Man poll is quite an honor.

Wow.

I guess one of us owes the other a beer now...

trndobrd
08-24-2005, 03:42 AM
10. Ride old Route 66 to CA, then up Hwy 1, then on up into Alaska.
9. Retire at 60 with enough wealth to enjoy my retirement.
8. Elected to U.S. Senate
7. Shoot a man in Reno just to watch him die.
6. Hike the Appalacian trail.
5. Learn to fly.
4. Build a house in the country with an outdoor shooting range.
3. Write and publish a novel.
2. Watch the grandson play HS football.
1. Never die, just take an extended vacation to South America and never be heard from again.

Mr Grimm
08-24-2005, 03:43 AM
To be the inspiration for a Ran Man poll is quite an honor.

Wow.

I guess one of us owes the other a beer now...

Glad to see your still with us!!! I was worried there for a little while this afternoon.

Saggysack
08-24-2005, 04:01 AM
1. See my daughter beat epilepsy(not really my accomplishment, but nonetheless...)
2. Have a happy, healthy child with my 2nd wife
3. Own a canalhouse on the Herengracht
4. Build and own a successful American style smokehouse/BBQ pit in the Netherlands
5. Work hard enough to earn enough money to put my child and/or children thru college... after that, the rest is up to them to seek the life they choose
6. Be able to give my wife everything she has ever wanted.
7. My family to know that I love them more than life itself.
8. To be able to understand my wife's religion without castigating it for it's faults.
9. Become a better man that realizes his own faults, and not just others.
10. Die knowing I have accomplished all of these things

Boise_Chief
08-24-2005, 04:17 AM
In no particular order

Spend a Season in Egypt working on an active site.
Spend 2-4 weeks in the wilderness living off the land. (no contact with the world)
Design and build my dream kitchen
Sell my 2 pizza places ($175 k anybody interested)
Restore my 67' Impala with a 500 hp motor
Spend a month in Italy
Spend a month in Ireland
Teach my kids how to control their lives and those around them.
Spend more time with my folks before they aren't fun anymore.

Overcome my organization and procrastination issues.

angel
08-24-2005, 08:32 AM
-visit Scotland
-visit France (or a French-speaking country--I gotta put my seven years of French to some use)
-visit Italy
-Spend the night in a "haunted" castle in Scotland or Ireland
-grow old with someone I love
-climb a mountain
-go skydiving
-backpack/bike across a long distance for at least a month... doesn't really matter where... some beautiful country, though
-watch my brother and sister graduate from college
-have a nice house in a nice town with some land, a lake, a garden, horses, dogs and a loving family


this was fun to think about, thanks Rain Man, for the lovely thread

cdcox
04-24-2007, 10:18 PM
This thread has been bugging me since I read it yesterday. It made me realize that I amble through life responding to day-to-day and year-to-year pressures without any real long term goals to be working toward.

Here is my list for now, but I should start thinking of some other things I want to accomplish or experience, since my life is likely past the half-way point:

1. Get a paper published in Nature (together with Science is one of the top scientific journals in the world - should happen in the next 6 mos).

2. Make my office paperless. Currently I have about 8" of paper covering every flat surface in my office, with stuff overflowing onto the floor.

3. Make full professor. Should happen within 2 years.

4. Have a continual stream of good graduate students.

5. Be affiliated with a academic department with "Systems Biology" in the title.

6. See my daughter graduate college, get married and have grandkids.

7. Own a "dream" home.

8. Retire, or at least slow down the pace of things so I can enjoy things like sipping coffee on the deck in the morning, all-day BBQing, get some exercise, etc.

9. Travel the world with my wife, eating at world-class resturaunts as we go.

10. Establish a playoff prediction website with an interactive java applet. Get thousands of hits per day. Establish world fame.

Actually, these have been on my wish list for a while, but writing them down was a useful exercise. Need to start some more proactive planning on 4 and 5 in order to make them happening. 7,8 and 9 are financially related, so I will probably only achieve moderate success in these, since I've never tried to accumulate even moderate wealth. Easy come, easy go.

In my previous update #1 was achieved and I reported progeress on 10.

Today, 3 was achieved. Not offically, but I received word that it's all but official. :Pimp:

7-and-a-half to go.

whtgldwldr
04-24-2007, 10:32 PM
1. Play in the WSOP main event
2. Write a novel
3. Have a family
4. Be rich enough to have a really awesome midlife crisis
5. Meet Jay and Silent Bob
6. Go to a Superbowl involving the Chiefs
7. Own a lambo
8. Become the next "Mr. Moviephone"
9. Learn the meaning of life
10. Discover just how much wood a woodchuck would chuck if a woodchuch could chuck wood...

Yeah, i'm boring. Oh well...

greg63
04-24-2007, 11:08 PM
1. Win millions of dollars with PCH.
2. To get my 21 year old out of the house.
3. Live somewhere other then Coffeyville.
4. Travel extensively to places I've never been before.
5. Give generously to worthy causes.
6. Have season tickets to all home Chiefs games in the middle section near the fifty yard line.
7. To attempt to never again misuse the spelling of your vs. you're.
8. To hire a personal trainer in an attempt to look like Arnold Schwarzenegger.
9. To have lasik eye surgery.
10. To finally finish this list.

DaFace
04-24-2007, 11:08 PM
In my previous update #1 was achieved and I reported progeress on 10.

Today, 3 was achieved. Not offically, but I received word that it's all but official. :Pimp:

7-and-a-half to go.

Congrats on your achievements! :clap:

And I'll keep helping you out a couple hits at a time with #10. :D

Ebolapox
04-24-2007, 11:29 PM
(in no particular order)

1) discover vaccine for the ebola virus and/or 'cure' to all viruses--we currently have no true 'cures' to viruses

2) enter world series of poker, finish in money (last part isn't necessary, but I don't wanna go out within first few hands)

3) island hop (by yacht which I preferably own in this scenario) the carribean isles

4) travel europe extensively-- england, italy, amsterdam

5) threesome with two chicks. 'nuff said

6) get through all of school (I'll be done at 32)

7) write my memoirs--nothing fancy, don't care if anyone reads them--it'd just be cool

8) see chiefs win a super bowl

9) own RV and travel the US, seeing the cool sites I haven't seen yet

10) immortality... it would be kinda cool

Pestilence
04-24-2007, 11:31 PM
1. See a Chiefs game at Arrowhead
2. See a Notre Dame game in South Bend
3. Watch the Chiefs win the Super Bowl
4. Graduate college
5. Retire with enough money to do whatever I want.
6. Punch Paris Hilton in the face
7. Make it on the Price is Right
8. Meet Joe Montana in person.
9. Have kids
10. Visit Ireland/Scotland

luv
04-25-2007, 12:52 AM
In no particular order...

1. Get married.
2. Have a kid or two.
3. Publish something.
4. Visit Ireland.
5. Go to a Super Bowl Game.
6. Wear a size 12 in jeans.
7. Be happy with me.

Man, the last three are difficult to come up with. I'll get back to you.

Count Alex's Wins
04-25-2007, 12:53 AM
4. Visit Ireland.
.

Ireland is Scotland's ugly sister. Visit Scotland.

Count Alex's Wins
04-25-2007, 12:55 AM
Here's mine:

1. One summer, see a Rangers game in all 30 major league ballparks.

2. Attend the deciding game of an ALCS in which the Rangers win.

3. See the Rangers win a World Series.

4. Attend a road Chiefs playoff game in which they win.

5. Attend an AFC Championship at Arrowhead with the Chiefs advancing.

6. See the Chiefs win a Super Bowl (TV/attend, I don't give a f*ck)

7. Go to Egypt and see the Pyramids and other ancient ruins

8. Go to South America and explore the vast, steamy jungle and ancient ruins

9. Go to Africa and hunt

10. Move back to Scotland and retire

11. Marry Carrie Underwood.

Buck
04-25-2007, 12:59 AM
1. See the Chargers win the Super Bowl in person

2. See the price of gas drop below $1.50 a gallon

3. See the Padres win the World Series in person

4. See the U.S. win the World Cup in person

5. Buy a House in San Diego

6. Buy another House in San Diego (or elsewhere)

7. See a Lakers game at Staples in person

8. Become a Sports Radio DJ

9. Have enough money to help many people other than myself

10. Win a million dollars and do 2 chicks at the same time

Demonpenz
04-25-2007, 01:14 AM
quitting my job and going to work at a lake
Get drunk and fish at a lake all summer
don't work so much and relax and fish more
Fish, and go to the lake and watch baseball

luv
04-25-2007, 01:17 AM
quitting my job and going to work at a lake
Get drunk and fish at a lake all summer
don't work so much and relax and fish more
Fish, and go to the lake and watch baseball
Sounds like retirement. You're not that old yet.

Demonpenz
04-25-2007, 01:21 AM
yeah i am going to retire alittle bit. Atleast being bum

Mr. Flopnuts
04-25-2007, 01:31 AM
In no particular order as I haven't thought this out extensively.

1. Make enough money so I don't have to chase it anymore.

2. Publish a novel. (This is probably on a lot of people's lists.)

3. See the 7 wonders of the world. (None down, 7 to go)

4. Have wild monkey sex for 3 days with a perfect 10 woman. (F*ck you to those of you who have)

5. Help humanity. (Cure a disease, solve homelessness, something that TRULY has an impact on people.)

6. Own my own home. (This may sound ridiculous to some of you, housing in Seattle is ridiculous.)

7. Pull the stick out of my ass. (Whoever said "If you want to be someone else, just change your mind." Was a f*ckin idiot.)

8. Buy a castle in Ireland.

9. Live on a yacht.

10. Find God. (I'm not going to offend people with some offhanded remark here. I don't think many people have found God, I think it's something much deeper than any of us can really comprehend.)

luv
04-25-2007, 01:37 AM
In no particular order as I haven't thought this out extensively.

4. Have wild monkey sex for 3 days with a perfect 10 woman. (F*ck you to those of you who have)
Why don't you just ask your wife if she's up for it? Do you not think she's a perfect 10?

6. Own my own home. (This may sound ridiculous to some of you, housing in Seattle is ridiculous.)

8. Buy a castle in Ireland.

9. Live on a yacht.
Buying a house, an Irish castle, and a yacht? You'd better get started.

:p

Mr. Flopnuts
04-25-2007, 01:41 AM
Why don't you just ask your wife if she's up for it? Do you not think she's a perfect 10?


Most men don't think their wives are a perfect ten. Mostly because they're not. Most of us aren't perfect tens and that's okay. That one is just a fantasy, not likely to ever come true. Mostly because even if the opportunity arose (Pun intended) I think it's gross to sleep around when you've taken vows. My wife is very attractive, but not nearly the most attractive in the world. While a few days in the hay with some fine young tender sounds fanf*ckingtastic, it's not realistic because my wife is the woman I would die for. Nothing is worth jeopardizing that. I appreciate the trap though :p because now if she meanders on here snooping around I just gave the perfect answer, which btw is the honest to Gods truth.

Mr. Flopnuts
04-25-2007, 01:42 AM
Buying a house, an Irish castle, and a yacht? You'd better get started.

:p


More fantasies. If I was a billionaire I wouldn't throw that kind of money away when there are much more meaningful things I could do with it. I guess I broke the rules of the thread. What else is new? ;)

luv
04-25-2007, 01:47 AM
More fantasies. If I was a billionaire I wouldn't throw that kind of money away when there are much more meaningful things I could do with it. I guess I broke the rules of the thread. What else is new? ;)
Eh, it's nice to dream. Just snapping you back to reality. ;)

ZepSinger
04-25-2007, 07:18 AM
1. Write and publish a novel.
2. Write an albums' worth of new material- shop it and actually find a taker.
3. Invent something that sets me up for life.
4. Buy a beautiful home near either the ocean or a lake.
5. Be able to save enough for all 3 of my daughters' college.
6. Be in better shape at 60 than I was at 40.
7. Make a positive change in a complete strangers' life.
8. Own a mid-70's vintage Marshall half-stack and a 1976 white Gibson Explorer.
9. Go to one more Pink Floyd concert.
10. Get my Bachelor's (about 1.5 years to go on this one)

Z