I’ve been up since six am, wail’n down the coffee and cleaning the house like a pro. I’ve got fam coming through, and my brother in law is a bit on the allergic side of the fence. So, dust be damned and all that. Since my dog is now pushing up daisies, he should be in good shape.
If you know anything about my brother in law, you’ll know I’m about to set full said on a three day bender. Of course, I’m a willing accomplice to the mayhem. The man is a pro. He makes me look like some Cat IV has been. Which, interestingly enough, I am.
I may even ride a bike today. I have to call up Kyle (who recently pulled in $500 on his bike and is an inspiration to us all) and duck out of the mtb ride he was putting together for 10:00am this morning. I wasn’t able to get it together for that one, and, truth be told, getting beat up and dropped by all those cats doesn’t exactly sound fun does it?
Anyway, today’s monster link dump:
[handicapped porno] jezebel.com
[how to make pancakes like a crackhead] links.zigzo.com
[fashion tips from a guy who knows dick] thebestpageintheuniverse.net
[tucson rocks that shit] tucsonweekly.com
[I believe] cyclingnews.com
[read it] miaculpa.blogspot.com
[I only wish…] boingboing.net
Yo, kid, I’ve been fucking it up for years.
Subject: FW: Little Johnny
Your an example to us all.
— Remember reading all the jokes about ‘Little Johnny’? You know, the kid that the teachers are afraid to call on for answers in the class, for fear of what he might say… Well, finally a photo of ‘Little Johnny’ has surfaced. See if you can find him in the picture!
The theme of this picture was, ‘Make a funny face’!
I knew you’d be able to find him!!!
Yo, Kam, You’re an engineer and you can’t figure “your” from “you’re”?
FYI – it’s “jonny” without the “h”.
And I was in elementary school in 2006?
I’ll leave you out with this:
Subject: FW: 20 Things Mountain Biking Teaches You About Life
This is an article taken from Steve Kohler
20 Things Mountain Biking Teaches You About Life – by Steve Kohler
Good writers have often used sport as a metaphor for life: the lessons
of the playing field or arena applied to daily living.
If Norman Mailer (boxing), William Kennedy (baseball) and John Irving
(wrestling) had spent time on a mountain bike, they would have learned
Desperation breeds mistakes.
The hardest parts are also the loneliest.
There’s fresh horse flop in the trail ahead.
Balance is first among the virtues; momentum is second.
Success requires confidence, but cockiness invites failure.
Sometimes, the best way past an obstacle is straight through it.
Some people get lucky at parts; nobody gets lucky at everything.
It’s all about the being and the going, not the having and the arriving.
At each intersection, there’s the easy way and the hard, rewarding way.
It’s tempting to focus on the immediate problem to the exclusion of the big picture.
The thing that nails you is the one you don’t see coming.
It’s worth stopping for a breather to see where you are.
Thousands of tiny decisions shape the trip.
The fun starts when you push the limits.
You can get hurt, heal and go again.
Ups are followed by downs.
Practice makes you better.
No quitting allowed.
Eat lots and enjoy yourselves folks, this is Turkey Day.by