Better Than That
Happy Friday (er, Saturday now)!
This jump, in 1967, could have killed Evel, but only put him in a coma for 29 days. Instead, he died today, Nov. 30th, 2007 of diabetes. If this teaches us anything it's; to take risks. Don't be afraid to do what you want and what makes you happy. In the end, if you survived, it only made you stronger. Also, possibly that unbalanced blood sugar levels are deadlier than wicked high jumps. You decide. Either way, as hero and icon to many, rest in peace Evel Knievel.
"everybody knows that, you'd break your neck to keep your chin up."