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BGP QOTD: What's The Coolest Thing You've Ever Done?

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Your definition of cool is up to you, but what is the coolest thing you've ever done?

 

Both of my top two are DJ events. One was in front of 40,000 people on the Waterfront in Louisville with the Louisville Orchestra. The other was DJ'ing at Forecastle.

 

Let's hear yours.

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Becoming a Father to my sons. Nothing else is close.

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Besides becoming a mother...zip lining a rain forest in Costa Rica. Both are also two of the scariest things I have done.

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When I think of life’s moments that make me smile the most:

Number one for sure is becoming a mom, and subsequently watching my kids’ successes. And “success” has a very different meaning when you are a parent. Various travels. One particular award I received at my job. Buying my first house. Watching my dad recover from cancer. Sorry to list so many ha ha.

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Maybe the evening our first granddaughter was born.

 

So so the answer could very well be sleeping with a grandmother.

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I don't know if this is the "coolest" thing that I have ever done, but it is a cool thing. I'm part of a Guinness World Record. I was part of the largest sales meeting ever inside the old Georgia Dome. I share the record with about 80,000 other people.

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I don't know if this is the "coolest" thing that I have ever done, but it is a cool thing. I'm part of a Guinness World Record. I was part of the largest sales meeting ever inside the old Georgia Dome. I share the record with about 80,000 other people.

 

I was once part of a Guiness record also. I participated in the worlds largest Simon Sez game. I was at national convention for college residence hall associations at the University of Florida. It took place on the field at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. The guy running used to go around the country challenging groups and individuals. He carried $5,000 certified check for any individual that could last 2 minutes with him one on one.

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I don't have any children of my own, so my story is a little more R-rated. When I was way younger I was at a Robert Earl Keen show at a club in Nashville standing backstage talking to Keen and he introduced me to Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson. I asked Kris to tell me something cool, so he told me a story and Willie lit up. Needless to say, it was an awesome time. Kris even told me I was really cool, because I didn't bug either of them for an autograph.

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I’ve hit 3 walk off home runs in my life.

 

2 in little league and 1 in high school.

 

Nothing beats that feeling...

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My picture and name were on the front page of USA Today in 2001.

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I played in the Big League World Series (the 16-18 year old version of the Little League World Series) for USA East. We finished 5th in the World.

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Both of my top two are DJ events. One was in front of 40,000 people on the Waterfront in Louisville with the Louisville Orchestra. The other was DJ'ing at Forecastle.

 

When we get back to normal I do want to come to one of your gigs.

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When we get back to normal I do want to come to one of your gigs.

I'm in.

 

The infield at Derby!

 

(Which makes me realize those definitely are on my cool list as well.)

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