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Max The Magnificent
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re: Inspiring commercial makes you want to cry
Max The Magnificent   1/31/2014 9:13:34 AM
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@Rene: Thank you for highlighting this video, it really touch me...

Hi Rene -- I'm so glad you liked it -- it really moved me -- I wrote thsi blog a while back, but when I ran across it I wanted to share it again.

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Rene Cardenas   1/30/2014 8:11:35 PM
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Max,

Thank you for highlighting this video, it really touch me. I did lots of motorcycle riding during college years and had a small group of friends too. Although I can't say we had great noble dreams, we did share the same thought of greatness on our futures.  I can only hope that I get my chance to regroup and do another ride like the one depicted in this short film!   Thanks for the refresh of great memories!

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Max The Magnificent   3/11/2011 6:09:11 PM
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There's another video I once saw on YouTube that I cannot find. It starts with a busker in New Orleans playing a guitar and singing some song (I think it was "Stand by me" but I'm not sure). Then the folks recording him took that tape around the world and filmed/recorded other folks singing and playing along. I would really like to see this again, so if you have a link to it please share it here or email me (max@CliveMaxfield.com).



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