Posted by sean on January 17, 2005 at 9:45 pm in Driving, Movies with No Comments


Yesterday I went for my first introductory driving lesson! I went to an empty(ish) car park and practiced a few basics… turn on engine, check gear is in neutral, press on clutch, put car into 1st gear, push accelerator, slowly release clutch, drive, press clutch, break. See I can do it :o)


An early edition of The SmartCar

I’ve been listening to the soundtrack for Team America: World Police today. One of the funniest parts of the movie was the songs. “Everyone has AIDS”, “Freedom Isn’t Free” and the brilliant “The End of an Act” – Pearl Harbour did indeed suck!

Like with Trey Parker’s previous efforts (for South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut), the Team America soundtrack is brilliant, bringing back funny memories of the film. The music and lyrics aren’t to bad either…

“What would you do, if someone told you to fight for freedom? Would you answer the call, or run away like a little pussy?”

“I guess Pearl Harbour sucked, just a little bit more than I miss you…”

“Everyone has AIDS! Aids, Aids, Aids, Aids, etc… etc… etc…” – the less said about these lyrics the better!

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