Wayne Lynch is a surfing legend, blazing individualistic pathways in both the performance and the lifestyle 위메프 앱 다운로드. Ascending during a time of great change and experimentation, Wayne took up the mantle personally, redefining what a surfboard should look like and how it should be ridden 다운로드. Much of this innovation done outside of surfing’s athletic or institutional complexes.
Today, Wayne’s life is almost as it was 40 years ago 영화 클린 다운로드. He still shapes surfboards, still lives simply by the sea. Were it not for his recent heart attack, both the observer and Wayne himself, could be forgiven for thinking things had stayed the same, despite how they change 카카오톡 쿠키런 다운로드. But serious jeopardy to anyone’s health, our surfing heroes included, can have a way of radically altering everything underneath the surface, appearances be damned 베트남 키보드. A rebirth into the same skin.
In this portrait, filmmaker Cyrus Sutton provides a window into Lynch’s new life. With a nod to Jack McCoy’s Tubular Swells, Another Day in the Life, is crafted with ultra-fine cinematography and a spare and modernist feel 다운로드. The viewer is transported back to the Wayne Lynch they grew up idolizing, while making current those admirations and anchoring them in the reality of human mortality windows 10 enterprise iso.
– Scott Hulet, The Surfer’s Journal
The California Office of Traffic Safety celebrated their fifth year of consecutive declines in traffic related fatalities.
In 2010, the number of fatalities in the Golden State dropped to 2,715. That is nearly a 12 percent drop from 3,081 traffic deaths in 2009. And since the peak in 2005, with 4,333 deaths, California’s numbers have declined by more than 37 percent 토비히메 다운로드.
The number of traffic fatalities in California have not been this low since 1944, when only one-tenth the number of vehicles were on the road, driving only one-sixteenth the number of miles California drivers traveled in 2010 다운로드.
A very, very big deal considering that driving is one of the top killers in the U.S.:
- Heart disease: 599,413
- Cancer: 567,628
- Automobiles: 359,000
- Chronic Respiratory: 137,353
- Stroke: 128,842
Another report claims that the drop could be due to new cellphone bans, “deaths blamed on drivers using hand-held cellphones were down 47 percent.” via Huffington Post