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Old 11-01-07, 09:39 AM   #1
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Well at least it waited until the end of my racing season

Not a particularly great racing season, but at least I'm done and I can feel like crap:
Sore throat, tired, headachey crud ... Bring it on.



On a completely different topic; I have 2 months until my baby gets here.

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youll be happy with the ritchey, my carbon from them is great
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I have 2 months until my baby gets here.
Nice!!

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Old 11-01-07, 02:09 PM   #4
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Looks like a healthy child.
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Not a particularly great racing season, but at least I'm done and I can feel like crap:
Sore throat, tired, headachey crud ... Bring it on.

On a completely different topic; I have 2 months until my baby gets here. : D
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What's a "pinny" Charismas?
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Old 11-02-07, 05:32 AM   #6
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What's a "pinny" Charismas?
Did I use the wrong vernacular? Sometimes I can’t keep up with the new, hip lingo around here – being kind of old and all.
But it’s these:


I'm getting an awesome deal on them. Something I couldn't pass up. So, I also bought a pair of "Campagnolo" Zondas to ride through the winter with.

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Did I use the wrong vernacular?
yes.

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Sometimes I canít keep up with the new, hip lingo around here Ė being kind of old and all.
But itís these:

[IMG ]http://www.pinarello.com.br/imags/roda_charisma.jpg[/IMG]
I'm getting an awesome deal on them. Something I couldn't pass up. So, I also bought a pair of "Campagnolo" Zondas to ride through the winter with.

[IMG ]htt p://www .profirad.de/images/zonda_sc.jpg[/IMG]
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Ahhh, I thought I was being hip. I guess I fell short.

From now on I'll use only proper terms and names. I should know better. Any time I hear my mother say, "That rocks," I almost throw up.
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Ahhh, I thought I was being hip. I guess I fell short.

From now on I'll use only proper terms and names.
absolutely nothing hip about calling pinarellos "pinny".

fredelicious is the more appropriate term.
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Noted.
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