For the third instalment in Trolley Trouble, the blog will take a slightly different perspective, predominantly by merging two examples of different vehicular carnage that culminate in a big bloody locomotive blowing up in a heap of flames. Fancy a drive around St Petersburg in a tank?
Having not been to the Auto Show in donkey’s years, and privy to the fact that some important 007 related brands would be present, 00 Aficionado briefly re-acquainted itself with the Auto Show on Saturday January 27th, hoping to soak in the sights of Aston Martins, Bentleys, Lotus’, Lamborghinis and the like.
Believe me, if there is someone reading this who takes it to heart and is vying to be the best version of themselves, you’re on your way being a double-0. You won’t have a licence to kill but you’ll be freaking awesome in many people’s eyes just the same.
In essence, if Barbara and Michael were indeed to sell once the dust settles on Bond 25, my feelings will be twofold
A bit of an off week here at Double 0 Aficionado. No article this week, but we are working behind the scenes on a project that was announced about 2 months ago: The James Bond Complex, a new 007 podcast that I co-host with partner in crime, Mathieu Auclair.
I hadn’t blogged in a long, long time. Not since perhaps 2012. I had forgotten the extent to which blogging is a different exercise from writing for an online publication. When lending a hand to the latter, there are rules and regulations one must adhere to. The standards, if you will, to which said publication strives for in terms of quality and content.
Maybe it was just the circumstances under which I watched it (the very start of the long Christmas weekend, relieved that work was behind me), but revisiting it was stunningly effortless. It had me hook, line and sinker 30 seconds in.