stumbling through life with one eye shut
Beautiful. Loved the message, loved the music.lol @ the maid cafe for "Tokyo, Japan," followed a minute later by Tokyo's 2nd appearance with stereotypical "we bad! we tough!" young Japanese "tough guys". Matt sure did capture the image of Tokyo: maids and punks, haha.Impressed by his courage to go to some places and do that little dance (e.g. the DMZ, where I wouldn't have thought they'd have had the sense of humor to let him do it).Depressed by my cynical observation that his presence onboard the zero-G airplane, not to mention the fact that he went to all these places around the world and is still a young man about our age, suggests that he is grossly wealthy and has way too much free time on his hands. (Yes, I realize he didn't go to these countries necessarily just to do the dance; but considering the footage appears to have all been taken by the same camcorder, it must have been done in at least a 5-year window of time. Which is still insane monetarily.)In awe of some of the places I had no idea existed, like that bogus rock formation near the beginning that's said to be in Ireland. Reminds me of that old Windows95 wallpaper that had cubes stacked in such a way that you could either view them as upside-down cubes or rightside-up cubes.
Pretty sure Stride gum paid for his trips.
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