This is my Drivetribe page, but I may link it to some other things that ask for a webpage.
I'm from the Eastern U.S. If you saw my username and expected a legitimate website, then congratulations. You win a full nothing.
My interests as far as cars go range from the Reliant Robin to the Ferrari 488 Pista. I generally like classic British cars more, but I also like any generation of American muscle (other than the '70s and '80s), some Volvos, lots of Italian and German supercars, the Miata, and other things. As far as motorsport goes I generally watch F1 and the occasional WRX race along with the 24 Hours of Le Mans, but I live near a lot of NASCAR tracks so I sometimes watch those as well.
I also have a YouTube channel called Blinimation Studios where I drive legendary cars around famous tracks with a flight stick. Embedded is my last video:
1. "Nuts!" - Brigadier General Anthony Clements McAuliffe, December 22, 1944.
McAuliffe was in command of the 101st Airborne Division during the Battle of the Bulge in 1944. He was cornered in Bastogne by German forces with the F company of the 327th Glider Infantry Regiment when he was given the order to surrender. Instead of yielding to the demand, he simply told one of his troops to reply "N U T S !" and held position.
2. "Wealthy men can't live in an island that is encircled by poverty. We all breathe the same air. We must give a chance to everyone, at least a basic chance." - Ayrton Senna.
Senna was trying to emphasise the point that one should not isolate themselves from the suffering and turmoil surrounding them, and instead should participate actively in making the world a better place for themselves and others.
3. "I have no idols. I admire work, dedication and competence." - Ayrton Senna.
Senna was the greatest driver Formula One has ever seen, and he was leading the drivers championship in a team leading the constructor's championship. He came from a rich Brazilian family but had to work hard through his karting years on the road to Formula One.
1984 is my favorite book because it is a dark, introspective, occasionally humorous, dystopian book with enough foresight to last generations and an underlying warning for the future. It brings to the reader's attention the fact that the perfect dystopia blends truths and lies into an incomprehensible flow that creates blind trust, and poisons each at the root to the point where it is impossible to separate them, and to the point at which they are not mutually exclusive.
As said in the party slogans:
"War is peace.
Freedom is slavery.
Ignorance is strength."
My favorite moves are:
3. The Men Who Stare at Goats
4. Avengers: Endgame and
5. The Dark Knight.
These movies are my favorites because they are introspective, hilarious, and well-directed works of art.