Monday, November 24, 2014

Dare To Dance to Ken Block's Gymkana 7 Wild in the Streets of Los Angeles 

To me, dancing is just another word for living 

So this edition encourages us to live our lives to the fullest 

Dare To Dance (poem)

Come dare to dance with me
And we will dare the sea
Such dreams which we will free
To show what dreams might be
Such flare we’ll show to stars
There shine no flare as ours
What poor men’s shine now scars
We’ll raise the poor men’s bars
And then we’ll raise their dreams
To when they then see gleams
To float high when world schemes
Their hope to float on streams
And those that hope for night
Our song sets those aright
For love our song brings light
And pairs in love take fight
They’ll search for pairs around
Like us whose search is sound
Few hearts like us abound
Who dance while hearts resound

What better song reflects this theme? (Send me a comment.) For now, I've selected Bryan Ferry "Don't Stop The Dance"

We're no finished yet 

Good and bad news: on average people fear spiders more than they do death, so why not live to the fullest? In this some what long (sorry about that) viral video, Ken Block, a professional rally driver with the Hoonigan Racing Division, goes impressively wild in the streets of Los Angeles. Block is marveling us in a custom built 845 hp all-wheel-drive 1965 Ford Mustang, dubbed the Hoonicorn. He is aided by L.A.’s police who provided the route for Block, as they cordoned off intersections and guided the driving ace. The goal however, was not to for Block to take the fastest route from point A to point B, but to instead fully exploit the question every car guy has asked himself, “What would you do if the police shut down the streets for you?” 

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