Like Marlon Brando, but bigger.

last saturday at work i couldn’t get myself motivated to do anything productive.  literally.  i just couldn’t get my shit together enough to perform at any level.  so i gave up trying to be the model employee i typically am and spent the rest of the day diggin’ through the used parts bins and old bikes looking for any semblance of inspiration and drive.

and this is what happened when the pieces of the puzzle fell together…

schwing

klunk3

klunk2

it was perfect.

 

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it's all bullshit, all of it. thesefuckingsoftpeoplewalkingaroundwiththeirheadsupthereassesnotlookingaroundtoseetheworldorenjoynatureorthecompanyofanotherhumanwiththeirselfentitledknowitallcantmakeamistakeeverybodygetsatrophypussyassattitudeandmindsetarethefuckingproblemwiththisworldandtheonlythingthatwillfixitisactualhardshipnothismanufacturedhardshiplikecrossfitorspartanraceoranyotherbullshitpansyasswannabeadventurecrapnopethesepeoplearepussiescompletepussieswitheverythinghandedtothemimmediatelynoempathynocompassionnoPASSIONnoloveforanythingotherthanselfimportanceandsuperficialhierarchythatisselfimposedinordertomakethemfeelworthwhilewhenalltheyareisatickorleechonsocietyafuckingcowheadedtotheslsughterwithnocluetheassholefeedingthemwillsoonbeslittingtheirthroatandchewingontheirgrilledassinaveryshortamountoftimesmilingwithnocareintheworldthattheywereneveranythingbutfodder.

4 thoughts on “Like Marlon Brando, but bigger.

  1. Good looking bike. I think a lot of the new full-squish bikes are kind of ugly.

  2. There are a lot of really good 26 mountain bikes out there, deemed obsolete, that can be picked up for almost nothing. I just did this too.

  3. Mr. Mothra makes a good point. I’m old and slow, so I bought a sleek 29er hardtail this time around, and people look at it and say, “That bike looks fast.”

    No one says that about a fullie.

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