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BillyD 03-16-14 09:39 AM

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Originally Posted by 3alarmer (Post 16582080)

Hmmm, why don't you come right out and say what you mean.

LesterOfPuppets 03-16-14 09:46 AM

Carrot juice + coco water = surprisingly good

Far better than either one on its own

Ramona_W 03-16-14 09:47 AM

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Originally Posted by datlas (Post 16581930)
I tried to download some software to watch Paris Nice live, and somehow got infected with a virus.

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Originally Posted by coasting (Post 16581935)
practice safe sex.

Especially when having anything to do with Paris. She has quite the reputation and a tape to back it up.

gc3 03-16-14 10:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Ramona_W (Post 16582156)
Especially when having anything to do with Paris. She has quite the reputation and a tape to back it up.

nonsense...

coasting 03-16-14 11:03 AM

for rjones

is this the perfect riding food.


LesterOfPuppets 03-16-14 11:12 AM

Salt potatoes are the best things ever.

3alarmer 03-16-14 11:15 AM

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Originally Posted by BillyD (Post 16582137)
Hmmm, why don't you come right out and say what you mean.

....when I figure it out, you are on the list of those I'll tell. In the meantime, it's a beautiful day here again. I hope there is some spring there as well.

BillyD 03-16-14 11:28 AM

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Originally Posted by 3alarmer (Post 16582427)
....when I figure it out, you are on the list of those I'll tell. In the meantime, it's a beautiful day here again. I hope there is some spring there as well.

I can see patches of lawn now. Soggy lawn from snow melt. But it's a start.

truckstop 03-16-14 12:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Rowan (Post 16581287)
Or mud wrestling.

you have obviously never attended daytona bike week. they take it one step further and have cole-slaw wrestling, and sometimes pudding wrestling.


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Originally Posted by Heathpack (Post 16581770)
I don't know, though. It seems to me that if there are inappropriate comments made on any thread, the best way to handle that is to either peer pressure it or moderate it away. Thats what would happen for example in real life in a civilized situation. Man behaves dickishly towards a woman. someone shuts him up (preferably the woman herself but possibly over-hearing males), conversation goes on. Instead of man behaves dickishly, woman to whom he behaved dickishly is told to take herself and any women she wanted to talk to the ladies room to continue their conversation.

But whatever, it's not my forum. And now my curiosity is piqued. But in general I don't thnk treating women cyclists as if they are something substantially different than male cyclists is a good idea. We're all just cyclists IMO. Sure with differing interests, agendas, physiologies, etc. But fundamentally just cyclists.

i'm generally in agreement with you. especially that we're all cyclists.

depending on the community, the methods you describe of handling the dickish behavior are sometimes more, and sometimes less successful. sometimes it nice to not have to expend the energy wading through noise. that all said, i've found very little need to use the women's forum here.

RUOkie 03-16-14 12:19 PM

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Originally Posted by Heathpack (Post 16580926)
I performed a spinal surgery to remove the herniated disc. I am a veterinary neurologist, that's what a do for a living. :)

She is a really good dog.

H

nice

LesterOfPuppets 03-16-14 12:30 PM

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Originally Posted by truckstop (Post 16582590)
you have obviously never attended daytona bike week. they take it one step further and have cole-slaw wrestling, and sometimes pudding wrestling.

Oil wrestling was my favorite, BITD when I was young and wild and attended such events.

BillyD 03-16-14 12:36 PM

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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets (Post 16582632)
Oil wrestling was my favorite, BITD when I was young and wild and attended such events.

. . . . like eh last month?

gc3 03-16-14 01:32 PM

I wish golfing was as simple/easy as riding a bike

Ramona_W 03-16-14 01:46 PM

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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets (Post 16582632)
Oil wrestling was my favorite, BITD when I was young and wild and attended such events.

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Originally Posted by BillyD (Post 16582647)
. . . . like eh last month?

Seriously? I'm sitting right here. *shaking head* Although I was starting to doubt the veracity of all those hours-long bike rides even *with* photographic evidence to back up his story.

BillyD 03-16-14 01:49 PM

:lol:

LesterOfPuppets 03-16-14 01:56 PM

Bike riding, watching oil wrestling, same thing pretty much.

Don't mix golf in, though. Tough to hold on to your club.

3alarmer 03-16-14 02:22 PM

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Originally Posted by truckstop (Post 16582590)
and sometimes pudding wrestling.



....this sounds tasty. Is there a preference for chocolate versus butterscotch pudding ? As a wrestler, I mean.

3alarmer 03-16-14 02:24 PM

...is anyone besides me seeing a vision of women's jello judo ?

BillyD 03-16-14 02:28 PM

Time for the Big Dance.

I figure I'll sport SU colors until they let me down. Again. Then I'll find someone else to pull for.

I'm not rabidly committed to anyone in particular this year.

RUOkie 03-16-14 02:33 PM

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Originally Posted by 3alarmer (Post 16582922)
...is anyone besides me seeing a vision of women's jello judo ?

see, that's kinda creepy

3alarmer 03-16-14 02:36 PM

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Originally Posted by RUOkie (Post 16582956)
see, that's kinda creepy

........http://www.runemasterstudios.com/gra...mages/cry2.gif

Ramona_W 03-16-14 03:12 PM

Looking at the Walmart dress code online is cracking me up. I was told to show up to orientation on Tuesday dressed according to the dress code. That means any shade of brown pants and a shirt "anywhere along the range from royal blue to navy blue." (Someone online described the pants requirement as "lite brown to lite tan" and "Khaki as long as it's a form of brown not green". I once got talked to at Target because my grayish-brown cargo pants were "Okay for today but from now on stick closer to khaki".) This is going to be interesting because two Sundays ago I was getting dressed and decided what I really needed to go with tiger-striped Vans, jeans, and a black T-shirt was the blue and white tutu I bought at a thrift store last fall. Obviously, this isn't something I'd wear to work or even a great many places around town but it's such a contrast to what I'm supposed to wear during working hours that it's funny. Oh, and I originally bought the tutus to wear over bike shorts because I'd seen so few women wearing skirts on mountain bikes and because if you're going to be on a bike and feel like a kid then why not go all out now and then?

3alarmer 03-16-14 03:21 PM

...so is tutu wrestling considered creepy ? Could be either men or women.

Ramona_W 03-16-14 03:33 PM

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Originally Posted by 3alarmer (Post 16583079)
...so is tutu wrestling considered creepy ? Could be either men or women.

I'm not the best person to ask. We were watching mens' Greco-Roman wrestling during the Olympics some years back and my daughter threatened to ban me from the room just because I said things like "How well do these guys know each other? What's the backstory here?" and "Holy crap! Doesn't this thing have a soundtrack?"

truckstop 03-16-14 03:36 PM

i'm having a similar work wardrobe conundrum. i didn't ask, but i may end up having to buy a bunch of branded shirts. based on observation, it looked like it was somewhat split, as far as official branded stuff and just plain clothes. definitely super casual. like, jeans and t-shirts casual. for some reason i was expecting a uniform, or slightly more dressed up, if only to tell apart the staff from customers.


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