Once you’ve experienced the heart-racing excitement and wind-in-your-hair exhilaration of the agile Mazda MX-5 roadster, thrills are suddenly a lot harder to find.
Resilient England supporters know all about the thrills and spills of supporting the Three Lions in World Cup finals campaigns having witnessed Michael Owen embarrass Argentina to gain revenge on Diego Maradona’s ‘hand of God’ goal in the 1986 World Cup in Mexico and David Platt volley home Gazza’s inch perfect cross against Belgium in Italia 1990.
This summer in South Africa has been no different for angst-ridden England followers following two draws against undistinguished opponents, the United States and Algeria.
Although England supporters aren’t exactly to hoping to Togel experience living life on the edge quite in this way, scientists have found that thrill-seeking daredevils really do derive a feeling of exhilaration from undertaking fear-inducing activities such as bungee jumping and sky diving.
However, while jumping off bridges or out of planes might not be for the fainthearted, they’re not exactly the extreme kinds of activities MX-5 drivers search out for their highs.
Rather, condor hang gliding in the Andes, somersaulting from the nose of a 40 ton whale or racing your friends in a buffalo stampede are just some examples of the lengths MX-5 drivers have to go to find comparable thrills to that of the new Mazda roadster.
One Million Dream Balls
Hyundai has some great offers for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
For every car that is sold and every person who registers at the site below Hyundai are sending a soccer ball to children and youth in need: One Million Dream Balls
CALLING ALL FOOTBALL FANS – SIGN THE BALL TO END MALARIA!
United Against Malaria (UAM) is a community of organizations and individuals that has joined together ahead of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa to unite in the fight against malaria.
With the tournament now well under way, UAM wants you to Sign the ball to show your support for the cause. Add your name and join the winning team that will beat malaria.
Supporters of the cause include Cameroon legend Roger Milla, USA striker Landon Donovan, Manchester City and Ivory Coast defender Kolo Toure, Malian striker Frederic Kanoute and French World Cup winner Patrick Vieira.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup is Africa’s World Cup and is being used as the perfect occasion to help UAM to raise international awareness of the disease. By acting now, an unprecedented increase in mosquito net coverage across Africa can be achieved by the end of 2010, saving millions of lives by the next World Cup in 2014.
Join the team at UAM by signing the ball on facebook and becoming a supporter of the campaign. Also, you can follow UAM on Twitter, like them on Facebook and check out the latest news and updates at the United Against Malaria website
Pledge your support to end malaria and sign the ball here.