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:: Monday, January 02, 2006 ::

Russian urban Climbing
video: this guy is completely nuts. But it certainly a product of the former Soviet Union's passion for gymnastics. He is beyond impressive in his stunts. This 8 min video is worth the watch . Takes the term 'no fear' to new heights. Pun intended.

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:: Mike Wood 10:47 [+] :: 1 comments


I have found your entries to be insightful and entertaining. Your photos are good however you have an enjoyable style and talent of writing which I believe is more your gift. I’ve made a few observations from your recent entries and hope that you will welcome a few shared words of encouragement from someone who has experienced what you have recently written about. First of all, you are very young, compared to me. When I was in my late 30’s, I found myself spending time with people in their 20’s – mostly women - with the expectation of making myself feel “younger”. In reality, it did only the opposite. I had nothing in common with them really. A well-meaning woman friend of mine, also in her late 30’s at the time, pointed out that I was making a fool of myself. Some time after the somewhat painful jab, my male pride subsided enough for me to realize that she was right. For me it was a confidence issue from a previous wound. And perhaps a slight maturity issue. Ask yourself a few questions. Why do you opt for younger friends? When you were in your 20’s, what was the average age of your friends? Were they close to your age? Or were they a decade or more older – perhaps Freedom 55? Probably not, am I correct? Also: why are you looking for a partner over the internet? Perhaps trying an alternative method would be in your favor such as meeting someone through doing something you enjoy or through friends (your own age). I was introduced to some wonderful women through my friend. I find women closer to my own age highly intelligent; wise; remarkably full of common sense; beautifully confident in themselves; and incredibly sexy with an impressive energetic zest and appreciation for life. The whole experience helped to boost my self-confidence. Perhaps for you it is a confidence issue as well. Did someone hurt you in the past? I believe we all choose our destiny. Life is what we make it. Rather than sitting in front of a computer – make an effort and get out there. Look down all avenues. I had to straighten myself out, put my manly pride and ego aside and become less self-absorbed before I finally opened my eyes and journeyed down the right path. I almost missed it. I finally married my friend who turned out to be the love of my life. It still amazes me how I came to deserve the love of such a beautiful and caring woman. At times, I stupidly did not treat her very nicely. We all make mistakes. But she never gave up on me. Have faith and be positive. When you are ready you will journey down the best road with the right person. Keep up the writings.

Harold C. Toronto, Ontario

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