Posts Tagged ‘adventure’

"Around the World in 1 Minute"

3 guys, 11 countries, 44 days, 18 flights, 38,000 miles. viagra pliis Sounds familiar.

Not a whole lot to say about this one. Just watch.

MOVE from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

"Survivor Skydives to Spite Hitler"

Zev and I were both raised Jewish. Neither of us really practices or does anything religious anymore other than occasionally to please our parents, but our families are Jewish, so there’s a definite connection there.

Zev’s parents practice Kabbalah. My dad’s what you might call an Anti-Semitic Jew, but my mom has strong feelings about her religion and thinks about viagra tablet weight going to temple a lot… in no small part because her parents, my grandparents – Harry and Jean Grundman – were in various concentration camps, including Auschwitz, during World War II. Both obviously survived those horrors and have gone on to raise a family and live long and productive lives.

Anyway – the point is that that’s our connection to this story, about an 85 year-old Jewish man who also survived World War II and recently went skydiving as one last “Screw You” to Hitler.

It’s about adventure and positivity, 2 things we’ll try to stress the importance of here on our blog, if not in our lives.

Here’s the link. It’s a pretty cool story.