This is an amazing documentary if you are into animals/wildlife/natural places on Earth. There's some really crazy stuff in this place, including the smallest deer/wild cat in the world, penguins that live in the jungle, all kinds of stuff.
"You lack the requisite spine and testicular fortitude to study under me" "You do not know the first note of the music that moves me."
This hasn't been updated for awhile. I think this deserves a double post. If you're lucky enough to click on this you'll be inspired. He's quite an interesting character with a philosophical mind. He's a lot deeper than most will give him credit for.
What makes this particular fighter stand out?
1.) Belief system which entails confidence, swagger, cockiness even.
“If you limit your choice only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, and all that is left is a compromise.”
2.) OCD. Critiquing oneself even after a win for not finishing. "Constant repetition means conviction."
3.) Talent alone will not carry you to the road of a championship belt. It's the will of a man that will carry you through.
Not sure if they've been mentioned but I just watched "Jiro dreams of sushi" and "Indie Game" on netflix. Both were incredibly good documentaries. Jiro is all subtitled just fyi though.
And also I'm sure it's been mentioned but "Black Fish" might be one of the best ever. As well as "Bigger, Stronger, Faster: Side effects of being american" which is quite a bit older but it really does a great job of covering all sides of steroids without much bias.