So, I went on an off-grid mountain bike trip. Big fucking deal! However, I couldn't be arsed making a video of it, but here's the footage I got anyway. Don't get me wrong, the trip was epic. For sure it was a good time catching up with my old friend Darren whom I haven't been bothying with for over a year and a half (thanks to Covid) but the question is: Why do I need to film any of this horseshit? Why the fuck do I need your approval? Why should my life be peer reviewed by an online community I have never met and will never know? The making of videos to me is a double edged sword. You want to share stuff, but then ego creeps in and it becomes about who can make the best content and who can get the most recognition; which then leads to sponsorship, advertising, and compromising who you really are for more viewers, money and self-aggrandisement. All the while it's really about you wanting fame. Why do you want fame? Fame sounds fucking horrible. The bottom line is that none of it means anything. A video will never convey the reality. Anyone who has ever made a video knows this. The map is not the territory. So here's a video of mostly nothing of interest. All the interesting shit happened during the bits I couldn't be arsed filming. May I suggest that instead of sitting on your fat lardy arse watching this from the comfort of your living room, you could go out and find your own adventure? We did, but none of the interesting shit that happened is filmed here.