I'm pleased with the ODEC crew. The trainer said she was a little too hesitant, thinking of possibilities, but then ultimately you've just gotta do the deed. I know what he meant. He's been a stunt driver on Leverage and teaches police how to high speed chase.
were doing a make up driving, focus on lane changing, having missed a
session thanks to permit placement error. My role was to drop and pick
up. Fortunately, I have VPN from any wifi spot, so had productive time
at a Starbucks.
I know I sound like I'm getting paid for brand placement, but it's more that I voluntarily register some of the crews
(yar!). I'm not saying I don't do paid work for spin doctoring. I
participate in the exchange of values and valuables, mindful of a
responsibility to preserve and protect heritage. That would include
work by Crumb, celebrated at Laughing Planet on Belmont.
Watching Sherlock Holmes, this latest one, and Tintin
back-to-back has likely had a searing effect on remaining neurons.
They say those get replaced more than they used to lead us on. Anyway,
whatever. On steroids, these guys (Tintin and Sherly). Smarter than
Rambo though, more 007 flavored, yet not gun happy really. I liked
their getting more girls into it, like in those funny spy movies awhile
back (the one with TinkerPuff or whomever).
I was exulting about that funny Vin Diesel movie set in Brazil, as I was reminiscing with Steve tonight, about things Brazilian.
We ended with Tara piloting the Maxi Taxi through Ladd's
up Harrison onto Lincoln, back to Harrison and into our driveway -- a
little fast but because I gave the wrong instruction. Walker the
friend-in-residence still co-owns the car per DMV and was duly consulted
to get clearance for these maneuvers. The learner permit was on our
presence at all times.