Sunday, July 20, 2008

The Weatherhead


Up.

The driving force of the human race. To conquest. To control. To rise above and go beyond the bounds and limits of space.

Leif Ericson. Christopher Columbus. Neil Armstrong. Each took that leap forward to a new land of discovery. When George Mallory was asked why he climbed Mt. Everest, he responded simply, “because it was there.”

The Weatherhead follows this same primal human drive. The Weatherhead knows that to wear glasses, headband and still have one’s hair spike up six inches can first occur only as a dream. To balance a Bud Light on top of a coke, while awkwardly embracing a pool hott must first be drawn up on graph paper.

It takes months, maybe years of planning. But The Weatherhead has a dream. And The Weatherhead triumphs.

Let us all learn the lessons of risk and reward that Weatherhead offers us. And by learn the lesson, I mean stare at skinny bikini girl’s firm yet soft yet firm yet soft butt bongos.

# posted by douchebag1

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