I wanna join the party too.

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From: Stevil Kinevil
Subject: I wanna join the party too.

I’m a drunk cyclist, except for when I’m not.

Which was once.

It didn’t work out so well.

Colt 45.  It works every time.
Colt 45. It works every time.

Happy Friday, everyone.

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About big jonny

The man, the legend. The guy who started it all back in the Year of Our Lord Beer, 2000, with a couple of pages worth of idiotic ranting hardcoded on some random porn site that would host anything you uploaded, a book called HTML for Dummies (which was completely appropriate), a bad attitude (which hasn’t much changed), and a Dell desktop running Win95 with 64 mgs of ram and a six gig hard drive. Those were the days. Then he went to law school. Go figure. Flagstaff, Arizona, USA

21 thoughts on “I wanna join the party too.

  1. OK. I gots to ask.

    Are all you bikers with your spandex, one-off shirts, socks, etc trying to out gay each other ?

    Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

    Just asking…

  2. Allow me to field this one. First of all, I prefer lycra to spandex. Spandex stopped being produced when Salt and Peppa disbanded. Secondly, I don’t wear shirts. Thirdly, there were at least four pairs of these socks made, and fourthly, yes.

  3. Me,
    It’s an Ozzy postcard that is stamped. It just appeared there one day and I left it in case I ever need to correspond with a friend. Email your address and it’s yours.
    your favorite new pen pal.

  4. …that very distinctive rear end (the bikes, not that could be gay-ish rider) is a ‘rick hunter’ frame…

    …nice cross rig, amigo…

  5. Yes, Gnome, that’s correct, and thank you.
    Furthermore, sixteen years ago I was an as of yet pigeonholed 24 year old who occasionally rode a fixed gear bicycle, complete with a naked lady spoke card while being employed as an honest to goodness courier. I may have molted my feathers, but I can never change my breed.

  6. Jose eléctrica, donde es el respeto?

    there’s this thing. Heritage. It transcends those easy trends. Ozzy is included in that heritage along with Roth and others.

    That said, the point is, maybe go with the STFU every now and again. It makes you sound better.

  7. I mean, fuck man, if you caint respect Ozzy no matter the omage’s form, then you’re just a sad clown dude.

    don’t be a sad clown dude.

  8. Hey, I ride fixed gear AND I’m a cranky old curmudgeonly fart. Seriously, I’m about as far from being a hipster as a man could possibly be.

    And I ride fixed gear. Anywhere and everywhere.

    If that don’t buy me alittle latitude with the attitude, fuck you all.

    And if the spoke card ain’t from last week’s alleycat, well-need I draw you a picture?

  9. Jonny, I’d be the last to bag on you for your taste in music, but would it kill you to put up some Bill Evans every now and then?

  10. “hot for teacher”…that’s actually a fun video…

    …if this ‘waldo’ had paid better attention in french class ‘stead a’ looking for that ‘up-skirt’ shot of his little hottie french teacher, he wouldn’t need google translator to read ‘miroir du cyclisme’ to this day…

    …to be fair to gianni, he puts up the excellent ‘cool’ jazz as well as the crazed new shit…it’s just been a while…

  11. @#17, yes. Yes I do. I was introduced to it by the late, revered and beloved Sheldon Brown. He just went on so about how riding fixed is the essence of cycling. I assumed it was something a middleaged curmudgeonly sort did, and being one myself, I tried it. I ain’t been the same since.

    @#19, now that you mention it I do seem to recall seeing real music in here a time or two. Wouldn’t mind seeing it again, if for no other reason than to expose the culturally deprived to what they have been missing.