I know whats going on in that head of yours, and to be true, it really wasn’t hard to figure out. Nor was it hard, given who you are and how oft’ you took to speaking about that dark haired mercenary. But perhaps that was your intention, to determine whether I was paying attention or just plain oblivious.
Whatever the case, a warning must still be issued; I’m poison.
Like a heady drink, you may wondering and doing what you never thought possible because of the haze settling o’er mind.And that’s only the start. Have enough, and you might acquire a tolerance, a resistance…or just the opposite. Addicted. Going out of your way to do whatever it takes for just one. More. Sip.
As you stand there, whispering to your ladies and glancing about, you’ll have to decide; Am I worth that risk? That pleasure? If so, well…
In 1974, Frenchman Philippe Petit walked across a tightrope stretched between the World Trade Center’s twin towers. The 1,350-foot high walk was six years in the planning, and afterwards Petit was arrested and taken for a psychiatric evaluation. A film about the event, The Walk, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt was released on Wednesday — but these photos of the original stunt are hard to beat.