"Everyone has his or her definition of what it means to be alive. For some, it's waking up in a big city, going to work, watching a soap opera, going to sleep... repeat, day after day. For me, that is the definition of being alive, not feeling alive. I demand more from life, I need to feel alive; and nothing makes me feel more alive than surfing. I have structured my life and sacrificed greatly in order to build my life around surfing. I don't believe in destiny, I believe that anyone, anywhere, has the ability to create the life they want to live. If I can do it, you can do it. So get out there and start living the life you want!"
In America...back when America was 'merica, they always used to show a cartoon (animation for you kids with snot running out of your nose) before the motion picture. For your pleasure, Steamboat Willie.
Aero, what's an Aero? I'll never understand how sailboats are marketed. The Megabyte is the perfect singlehanded sailing dinghy (at least on San Francisco Bay). But alas, she has become another in a long list of boats that have fallen by the wayside. Mind you, there might be some hope for the old girl, yet. She appears to be on life support over at Zim Sailing.
It's ludicrous to suggest New York as a sailing venue.It make absolutely no sense to hold an event in a place that is the media and finacial center of the United States, has hotels, restaurants, shopping, tourists, and a natural ampitheater that can accomidate a few million of your closest friends. What a dumb idea!
Besides, Larry doesn't want his galley slaves to be distracted.
Bicycle bicycle bicycle I want to ride my bicycle bicycle bicycle I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride my bike I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride it where I like -"Bicycle Race" song by Queen
Judah Schiller builds bikes for the bay.Can you say windage? No doubt, for flat days only.
So we've heard about how fluids can have different viscosities and Newtonian fluids have constant viscosities, where as non-Newtonian fluids have viscosities that change depending on the shear rate or speed with which the object lives through them. Okay, that makes sense.......Go Fish!
Apparently in the future we are going to have micro robots swimming around inside of us with the mission to rid us of bad things. One application discussed is the repair of our eyes. The micro-scallops will gleefully swim in our eye fluid and zap any distortions that they find on the eyeball. Take that Cataract!
We have travelled a long way since scracthing fleas from our hairy bodies on those hot summer nights around the camp fire on the African veldt. Kumbaya!