AWSI Musings: Freedom and our Billy-esque Adventure…

Freedom comes in all shapes and forms — No doubt about it.
In our DragonBustR Reader No. 46, we previewed our “Billy-esque” adventure [Think Family Circus] with a promise of more context. So here goes:

To start, our Jukebox put The Soup Dragons in our head.

Don’t be afraid of your freedom

‘Cos I’m free to do what I want any old time
And I’m free to be who I choose any old time…

If you dig Spotify, you can find the song here.

From “Freedom” we leapt into the concept of great escapes starting with this one from our favorite Indiana Jones movie (“The Last Crusade”). Check it out!

Last Crusade – Escape from Castle Brunwald

Which reminded us of something we saw in Adweek (Kia Welcomes a New Hamster and It’s the Littlest, Wildest, Cutest One) about a new Kia ad campaign which includes an escape scene.

More Freedom — Kia Turbo baby

Which took us to another story at about the Kia Turbo.

Which then led to this piece on how the Jeep Wrangler was deemed the “Most American” vehicle by @carsdotcom.

Per The 2017 American-Made Index (AMI), the Jeep Wrangler posted a 74 percent utilization of domestic-parts.

Note: The 2017 American-Made Index ranks cars based on five factors: assembly location, domestic-parts content, U.S. factory employment adjusted by sales to reflect how many employees each sale supports, engine origin and transmission origin. (Additionally, curb weight is used in the event of a tie, favoring the heavier vehicle.) The changes in methodology mean current results can’t be compared to those of past indexes.

We just know the Jeep is plenty fun to ride around in, so we added the Father’s Day / Birthday picture of Annie and her Jeep.

And there’s more…

Then we threw it in reverse and slip / glided our way back to escapes, but this time in highly touted new film called “Baby Driver” which supposedly has a wicked awesome soundtrack that propels the movie.

Which has us propelling ourselves via Fandango to catch it on the big screen — this very Fourth of July.

That’s our takeaway ponderable suitable for framing. Which reminds us of one last thought…

This scene is awesome!!

What’s essential is indeed invisible to the eye.

That’s a wrap! We hope you enjoyed learning about our “Billy-esque” adventure AND that perhaps, it has inspired you to have your own.


—The Gang

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