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Old 01-28-03, 10:51 AM   #1
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New postal worker

Damon Kluck

Some good quotes:
"confrontational motorists, mostly of the mullet and gun rack type"
"You can't blow a snot rocket without every one dropping a few cogs"
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Old 01-28-03, 10:58 AM   #2
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Interesting...

I liked this one:

"I wouldn't be the least bit disappointed to be known as a bad-ass domestique. If my job is to fetch bottles I'll turn it into an art form.

Cocky yet oddly humble...sounds like a great teammmate.
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Old 01-28-03, 04:32 PM   #3
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That guy rules !! I wonder if he'll get picked to ride in the TdF ?

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Old 01-28-03, 07:54 PM   #4
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I agree... he's got a cool attitude. Hope he kicks some @ss!
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Judging by that article, I like his attitude. Sounds like the kind of attitude a team would want.

Morale is important.
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Old 01-30-03, 06:40 AM   #6
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Heck,

Anyone who collects vinyl and listens to Metallica can't be all bad:

"I just bought Metallica "Kill 'em All" on vinyl"

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i remember seeing metallica just before their first album came out. i saw them in a bar called Broadway Jack's in Chicago in 1983?! with their original lineup. the days of early metal was great. saw king diamond, anthrax, etc. ---those were the days. before the posers took over.

and oh yeah. this guy looks great. i have always followed the domestiques. they are hero's in the race.the crash and burn guy.

anyone who can make a song around the lyric: killing is my business...and business is good is o.k. in my book.
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Great stuff, Roadbuzz. ThanX for the link!!!
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Nice to see another American on the team.
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Old 02-01-03, 07:07 PM   #10
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Nice to see another American on the team.
This from a canuck! :thumbup:
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Well, if we had a team from here you know where my support would be, but until then, Lance and the boys are it!
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RiPHRaPH, metal is still alive and well my brother, it's just underground and doesn't get airplay on the radio! Check out this new promising thrash band:

http://www.avengerofblood.com

Death to false metal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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And perhaps David Millar as well down the road. :cool:

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And perhaps David Millar as well down the road. :cool:

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I read about that, too. Interesting....
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I like Damon Kluck(kloock, ha ha). I bet he becomes I big timer with that attitude. The first person I thought of when I read that article was Super Mario. This guy has a similar attitude IMO.
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