Having had the pleasure to host Tynan in Bogota, I learned a lot of things about health, primarily staying away from refined carbs and white grains. This was 2 years ago and it got me on a health kick.
Fast forward to 2012, and we just launched a product called Mama Camu. It is a spray-dried, powder extract of an Amazon Fruit called Camu Camu, which has the highest quantity of vit C of any food in the world.
Plus some other good anti-oxidant, amino acid, anti-inflammatory stuff.
Anyways, I know there are some members here who are interested in healthy lifestyle as well. The first 20 who message me will receive a free bag. US only. (On the about page of mamacamu.com there are links to 3rd party research).
A quick background - I love Mercedes cars. As a kid my dad had one for a few years (incidentally, he hated it) and I always liked riding it. When we went to the dealership I would be drawn in by the pro-Mercedes anti-BMW propaganda.
When I bought my first car with my own money, it was a 1985 Mercedes 380SE. It was ten years old at the time, was the first car I'd even test driven, but I really loved the car. Even though it was so old it had good features and was fun to drive. Two months later, it broke.
Several years later I bought my second Mercedes, a 1994 E320 Coupe. I've always been a huge fan of the Mercedes Coupes. For one they have really cool four place seating, so instead of three squished seats in the back you have two full ones with a console in the middle. Their lines are beautiful, and they're fairly rare. I actually still have that car, although my brother, Devon, drives it right now.
Question from a reader -
I'm reading The Book of Five Rings, and I have a question.
There's a lot of good stuff about acting decisively and immediately so that you can win while your opponent is hesitating, but I don't get why he emphasizes swords so much in particular.
Masters of the long sword are traditionally known as heihosha [strategists]. As for the other military arts, those who master the bow are called archers, those who master the spear are called spearmen, those who master the gun are called marksmen, and those who master the halberd are called halberdiers. But we do not call masters of the long sword "long swordsmen", nor do we speak of "short swordsmen". Bows, guns, spears and halberds are all tools of the warriors and each should be a way to master strategy.