• 3rd April 2008 - By adventuresofgreg

    Here is the SBS TV, Korea documentary on human power featuring Pedal The Ocean in Tofino during sea trials. Pat and I were very impressed with producer Jin-Kyu Yoo and his camera man Sang-Ryun Woo. They even spent the effort and expense to produce a custom computer animation of WiTHiN for the special.


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    • Anonymous on April 3, 2008

      Comments like that are not going to leave you with many friends in that part of the world. Did your PR adviser suggest them?


    • Adventures of Greg on April 3, 2008

      gosh – sometimes comedy just doesn't come across in text like you intend it! Have you ever seen the TV show "Most Extreme Elimination challenge"? They are speaking Japanese and the announcer substitutes hilarious voice-overs in english.

      The intention (I hate having to EXPLAIN a joke!) is to made to make the person in the video look stupid, NOT the Korean people!

      I'm removing the comment.


    • nick on April 3, 2008

      Hi Greg,

      Congratulations on getting the Korean interest and spreading the word regarding obesity globally.

      I'm in the UK and can clearly understand that there was no malice in your comment and that the joke was about you, no one else.

      That you felt comfortable making a joke indicates to me that you have good rapore with the camera grew.

      You can please some of the people all the time and all of the people some of the time, but never all of the people all of the time.

      Keep going

    • Anonymous on April 3, 2008


      The great thing about the internet is that we now have the ability to disseminate an unbelievable amount of information in little time. I guess it carries with it a certain responsibility now though, as consumers of that information do not read the words critically enough to process and create a coherent argument before they respond. What you're sometimes left with is a response that seems more shallow and negative than any original document may have been in the first place. Have we also lost the art of critical thinking along with those 26 miles per day?

      Excellent video, you lung-loving exercise worshiper.


    • Anonymous on April 4, 2008

      Very good work with your Korean team. The production certainly entertains me. I hope they continue to follow your progress.

      Cannot wait to see the real boat on the water.

      Rick W.

    • "the Dude" on April 11, 2008

      Fine video, came across well.

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