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    Knows a Thing or Two Hightower's Avatar
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    Mr. Cruise is one el loco cat and Greg just provided more solid evidence to that fact..
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    Quote Originally Posted by clarsen View Post
    Mr. Cruise is one el loco cat and Greg just provided more solid evidence to that fact..
    haha any guy who thinks he is God needs to go to see a thereapist or jump of the tallest building in the world... he had his chance I have no clue why he didnt take it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarsen
    Mr. Cruise is one el loco cat and Greg just provided more solid evidence to that fact..
    So two of us are on this observation deck, both of us have the same backgrounds, training and skill sets. Only one could not walk to the edge and look over, the other was wanting his sport chute rig to base jump. Aside from cult like religion memberships, guess I'm in the same category of Mr Cruise
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    well your both fucking crazy then!

    thanks for sharing the pics!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    So two of us are on this observation deck, both of us have the same backgrounds, training and skill sets. Only one could not walk to the edge and look over, the other was wanting his sport chute rig to base jump. Aside from cult like religion memberships, guess I'm in the same category of Mr Cruise
    I agree with you Greg other than Mr. Cruise citizenship in L. Ron Hubbard Funkytown he has life by the balls.lol
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    So if you don't mind me asking, what is it that you do that allows you to travel so much? (Interested minds want to know)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydroslyder View Post
    So if you don't mind me asking, what is it that you do that allows you to travel so much? (Interested minds want to know)
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    Cool! When I was with the MEU our carrier pulled into port in Dubai for a week. One of the funniest weeks I've ever had. Snow boarding at the Mall of the Emirates when it was 115 outside, road camels, went down the HUGE water slide on the pyramid at the water park, and ate at THI Thursdays. That building was still under construction then. Man I would live to go back there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2

    Aside from Tom Cruise being a scientology follower, with apparent relationship issues, he's got big cajones to sit on the very peak of the same building!
    Yeah, but could he do it with shoes on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by highoctane
    One of the funniest weeks I've ever had. Snow boarding at the Mall of the Emirates w.
    The finest indoor mall skiing available. This year had a great base layer of snow early in the season
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