I remember watching F1 as a kid; one of my memories from that time is Michael Schumacher overtaking the safety car just because he could
For some reason I'm not surprised he did that.
I never finished "In Search of Lost Time," but I did enjoy the first two volumes. Proust is definitely prolix, but not wantonly so; his attention to sensitivities and sequent mannerisms is just terribly aureate. I'm still not convinced that his oeuvre is the ultimate expression of modern Francographie, but I could be wrong.
Why not catalog your collection of discs by Tears for Fears?
I enjoy F1 races sometimes, but I'm no more likely to pay to view them than to access NetFlix or D+. Were you referring to Saudi Arabia? (if you're surveilled, blink twice for yes, once for no ;D)
I don't actually own any CDs/LPs/cassettes by Tears for Fears. I used to have their early albums as downloaded MP3s, but I deleted the files after a while since it is after all illegal to download music without paying. Nowadays I just listen to their stuff on YouTube.
Yeah, from what I've heard Saudi Arabia isn't the poster child for respecting human rights. But at the same time it's apparently not the only problematic country where F1 races are held. I haven't been hearing great things about China lately. But I need to do more research on the subject.
Correction: Now that I checked the list of races for this year they don't seem to have a race in China.
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