we've been at it for a year now...these are the people and the machines woven into flüssig's soul.
composed by el jefe
my woman met me for lunch this afternoon but I passed on the espresso since I preferred to take the caffeine visually chasing her on the ride back home.
what a treat--
el jefe via Paul Castle of Veloce Publishing
Paul Castle of Veloce Publishing, one of my favorite publishing house concerning all things rendered in steel, rubber, and oil, was most kind in sharing this full length interview of Derek Bell by Roy Smith. the book is available here: http://bit.ly/924Carrera
"editor at large pronounces it "porsh". credibility spiraling downwards. great footy anyways."
so pointed out by one of the commentators...I'd have to agree, but the footage certainly does make up for any miscues in pronunciation.
because watching the telly is a luxury I can't find the time to indulge in, any interesting bits I hear about through friends or my own research usually happens when the program is unfashionably out of date. luckily, the wonders of youtube ensure that I can watch anything at anytime regardless of its vintage. which is why I chose to share this episode of Wheeler Dealers with those, who like me, either haven't the time or live in a cave.
enjoy these new-old episodes of fixing and flipping a 928.
in case you're wondering why these guys are bouncing around their environment like molecules, it's a sport called Parkour. it's sort of a full contact yoga whereby the participants get from point A to point B in the most efficient way possible using anything in their surroundings like buildings, sidewalks, cars, fences, and such as a means of propulsion...it's a great workout, this. but what does it have to do with a 968? just watch...