While I don’t think that Cramer’s message is 100% accurate, in that our generation never ceases to amaze me, he nonetheless talks about an undeniably important topic. It is one that can be applied to most walks of life, and is pretty damn motivating. The real problem at hand that Cramer discusses is that of apathy and a lack of hands-on hard work. Check any news outlet and sink into the abyss of endless problems that plague our world. The reality is that hard work, effort, and passion serve as the necessary tools to fix a lot of the problems we encounter.
Our generation certainly has the capacity to change the aspects of the world we see as being undesirable, and this video serves as a motivator in that direction. So don’t forget the value of working hard for what you want, and check out this video.
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I guess I'm just not that into over-licensing of brands, but this is literally what my blog is about... One of the first boards I learned to surf on was an old Bear longboard, so I feel like I owe some respect... But I'm just not that amped on the style. It just seems too department store-esque and sporty for my taste. Good thing their co-branded apparel is only being sold in Italy this spring... (which is where I happen to be right now, but I still haven't seen any moto-inspired surf paraphernalia)
Ducati and Bear have created the "capsule collection", surf and beachwear items inspired from the world of motorcycling.
"the whole thought process was to play music to the surfing instead of edit the surfing to the music"
Check out the video from a few of the last games... (it gets good at the 15-second mark)
A world of visual pleasure by Loretta Toso
Live Dance Performances: March 9, March 16, and March 23
Performance Time For All Dates: 8-9PM
Artists Reception: Friday, March 18, 6-9PM
March 9 - March 23
LOS ANGELES, CA | Downside Up is the story of visual experience as seen by senior dance major, Loretta Toso. Works will be shown in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University from March 9 to March 23. The artist reception will be held on Friday, March 18 from 6-9pm.
A native of Simi Valley, California, Loretta Toso discovers her deep interests through her personal admiration of dance and photography. This blending of creative forms unveils a unique voice with an intriguing commentary on perspective. With an abrupt sense of humor and willingness to cross boundaries, Toso is driven to create works that present a vision of art through her own means.
Works to be displayed include photography and different, weekly live dance performances that explore movement and the relationship between the interpretations of environment. As a visual play on perception, Downside Up is a unique peek into a world of living upside down.
The Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery is run and maintained by a student cooperative and exhibits art by students, faculty, and staff of Loyola Marymount University.
Grant "Twiggy" Baker and Sean Payne ripping on of the best lefts in the world, a secret location in Namibia (you better believe I'm google-earthing the shit out of Namibia right now). You will see some of the longest barrels ever in this clip. Keep watching it gets better and better...
- Pieces Of The Pie - It's AAALLiiiVVEEE!!!!!
- Epic.... Liberty Vintage Motorcycles
- Dreaming in Black & White - Drift, Slide, Side-Ste...
- When Worlds Collide - PART II
- Creative Destruction - Tube Interlude
- When in Rome...
- When Worlds Collide - Surfing & Motorcycles
- Downside Up - Art Show and Performance @ LMU
- iLikeDisBike - The Moulin Rouge W650 by Deus Custo...
- Wish I Was a Goofy... and in or around Namibia
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