It’s not just blowing off an exercise that you planned, it’s not just bad for you physically but bad for you mentally because then that option is now available. The option to fuck off is available and you did it before and you’ll probably do it again and you’ll get mediocre results not just in that aspect of your life but maybe in all aspects of your life. Because that option to fuck off when you embrace it, that is a pathway that you might choose when it comes to dealing with conflict in your personal life, dealing with business decisions, dealing with career decisions, an uncomfortable decision you might be faced with or maybe you need to make a change as far as what your pathway is in life. But you don’t do it, instead, you fuck off and that inclination to fuck off, I think that gathers momentum as well. The inclination to be disciplined, that comes with momentum too and I think both things you take a path, the path of the healthy person or the path of the fuck off. Like both of them are available and whichever path you embrace dictates your character.
Porsche 901 No. 57, 1964. The Porsche Museum is showcasing its oldest 911 (901) for the first time. The red coupé was built in October 1964 as one of the first series-production models of the car known then as the 901. A total of 82 cars were built as 901s. However, Peugeot protested on the grounds that it had exclusive rights to car names formed by three numbers with a zero in the middle so Porsche changed the model name to 911. The car, with the chassis number 300.057, was discovered by a German TV crew working on an antiques programme who stumbled across the 901 model in a barn. The Porsche Museum decided to buy it with a view to restoring it back to its original condition. It took 3 years to bring the rusty wreck back to its factory state, using genuine body parts from the time, the general rule being to retain parts and fragments where possible rather than replacing them. The car will be displayed at the special exhibition “911 (901 No. 57) – A legend takes off” from December 14, 2017 to April 8, 2018.