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The Buried Life received a nomination for its efforts to encourage young people to volunteer and accomplish meaningful life goals.
Jonnie was recorded by the Guinness World Records for the biggest roulette spin in Las Vegas history with all benefits going to World Food Programme. They also helped organize the biggest speed dating event in history with the University of South Florida.
Out of it grew a popular and inspirational reality MTV show where Dave and his three other friends - Ben, Jonnie, and Duncan - travel the country trying to complete a list of "100 things they want to do before they die." For every item they cross off their list, they help a perfect stranger accomplish one of their dreams. We are still together but we got the marriage annulled just because we didn't ...
On Oct 25, 2011, The Buried Life announced they wouldn't be doing any more episodes of the show.DL: You know, a lot of people ask that but right from the beginning it just felt selfish if we were just going to go out and do all the things that we wanted to do, so it was just a natural thing for us to want to pay it forward. DL: Well, we were getting pretty big on Youtube around the time of 2008 and MTV gave us a call.If people are going to help us go after the things we want to do - because you need help, you need people to facilitate your dreams most of the time - then you have to pay that forward and help other people do the things they want to do. We had actually been pitched to do two TV shows before that MTV deal came around and we said no to them because they wanted to take all the creativity and control away from us and we were just not interested in doing that because we had been doing it on our own for so long.In February 2006, four Canadian collegiates embarked on a quest to fulfill their ultimate to-do list.David Lingwood, Ben Nemtin and brothers Jonnie and Duncan Penn traveled cross-country on a purple tour bus named Penelope.