Barbara Romen discusses Jack Kerouac, John Lennon and banishing all billboards.
Heechae Chon tell us about graphic artist Manuel Rebollo, how cool is individual and collective, and how being green is cool.
Jonathan Schmock talks about the father of improvisational comedy, Jonathan Winters. He tells us that his dad's friend's Jaguar was the coolest thing he'd ever seen, how cool is enduring, accepting and how if everyone traveled more the world would be a lot cooler.
Teruko Nakajima tells us that not judging people based on their look or staus is cool, and how anything that makes you happy is cool. She hopes that "coolism" will conquer the world.
Dawn Melissa talks about Salt-N-Pepa's classic song "Let's Talk About Sex," and how every day should be opposite day.
Marya E. Gates tells us about a screening of "The Mark of Zorro" where the kids responded to Douglas Fairbanks like he was Johnny Depp. She talks about how bodies are inherently cool and beautiful, which is why they are seen throughout history in sculpture, canvas and cave walls.