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    Things you have always wanted to/lifetime ambitions.

    So...it's been a while sin'ce i've done this, so I'll try my best to make sure it's not over too quickly and a big dissapointment but....

    are there any things in life that you have always aspired to see/do etc...?

    Personally, I would like to meet Chris Jericho and David Tennant, preferably not at the same time.

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    I've done of the things on your list you know ;ph34r:

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    One of them extremely unlikely.

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    The first? Nah, once i get a regular job when I'm finished and with tickets being on general sale most times I'll have a great shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
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    Me and 2 mates have a 100 things to do list - some of the things are random though and hardly lifetime ambitions.

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    I will go to the Kentucky Derby in the next 5-10 years. It'll cost a bit with flights, accommodation and tickets that will be in the hundreds (US$) for a decent view, but it will happen and it will be worth every cent.

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    When I was young (16/17), the ambition was to cycle round Europe. A big loopy route taking in a bit of every country in Europe. It was ambitious, given where I was living at the time; my lack of bike, my inability to speak anything over the pidgin English and German and my lack of funds but it did make it to the serious planning stage. Given there was no internet to assist in preparation at the time, it failed but it was looking possible for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Given there was no internet to assist in preparation at the time, it failed but it was looking possible for a while.
    Why did it fail rather than merely get postponed?

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