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Fastest Time To Read Every Location JetBlue Flies To Nonstop From Boston

United States Mick Cullen

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Round Lake Heights, Illinois, United States / August 12, 2010

Mick Cullen read every location JetBlue flies to nonstop from Boston in 13.70 seconds during a live broadcast of WRLR 98.3 FM’sSubterranean[]show in Round Lake Heights, Illinois.

This record was one of 16 URDB records broken during the show’s attempt to set a new record for Most URDB World Records Broken During A Live Radio Show[].

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  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Mark, thanks for speaking your mind. Our mission is to continue improving this site for our community. We're doing everything we can to build the true home of human achievement. As part of this journey, doing partnerships with brands like JetBlue will help us get there. Personally speaking, for what it's worth, I think we created some really fun new categories as part of the JetBlue event: Tallest Soda Can Tower Built In 30 Seconds, Longest Single-Breath Flight Announcement, etc. I'm a fan of the records that were set, and hope people in our community will step up to challenge them. Keep comments like this coming, and let us know if/when you think we're wandering too far off the track. We're always open to hearing your thoughts. dr

  • Well, URDB is selling out now. There are far too many JetBlue-only records.

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