Just for that cocksucker Pineapple aka Buck Fifty Four aka Iron Mike aka Malibu aka Leche I’ll try to get this one rolling in the a.m.
I do hate to disappoint him so…
After ordering 3 McChickens and a Big Mac I found a quiet corner of the restaurant and sat down and began dissecting the sandwiches. The McChickens came apart easily and I stacked the buns to the side. I kept some of the mayo on the patties as I knew that some sauce would be lost on the bun of the Big Mac. Each bun was removed and immediately replaced with a chicken patty while trying to keep as much of the secret sauce, lettuce, onion and pickle intact on the burger patty.
…Fast forward 35 minutes and I’m presently at my work desk and miserable. Thoughts of running to the restroom to vomit are racing through my head. I have a conference call in 20 minutes and I don’t know if I can make it. Fuck. Read more: groceryeats.com/…big-macchicken
And it just keeps going. Really. Check the rest of the site: groceryeats.com
Show some humility.
What is it about bike racing that breeds selfishness? Are we just a sport populated by well-to-do, mostly white, mostly spoiled kids who live a sheltered life of titanium and carbon? I have interacted with a number of fast racers in my cycling tenure. While I have met many amazing, interesting, humble riders, I am usually left with the same reoccurring question at the end of the day. Do these guys care about anyone but themselves?
…I am continually amused at the number of semi-pros, elite amateurs, and self-professed awesome riders who maintain blog shrines to themselves. These blogs can be identified by tables of personal wattage conquests, self-centered race/training babbling, and the distinct feeling that nobody is reading them. Read more: wcuk.wordpress.com
He, or she – I have no idea – does make a point.
And so does James Howard Kunstler:
Whoever wakes up as the next president on November 5 will have to preside over the comprehensive reorganization of American life. The big question is whether he can persuade the public to let go of its sunk costs, and all the sheer stuff that represents, and move ahead in a unified way that doesn’t end up tearing the nation apart. The danger is that the public will want to mount a kind of last stand effort to defend a way of life that has no future under any circumstances, and they will ask the president to lead that last stand. Read more: jameshowardkunstler.typepad.com
Wednesday only means one thing around here – we’re closing in on the weekend.by