- went to work
- actually did some work at work
- took a ride around manhattan, did a few loops around central park
I went for a run >.>
rode my bike, and fixed my roommate's wheel at TimesUp
Listlessly played with my nuts...
F5...F5...F5...F5...F5...F5...lather rinse repeat.Originally Posted by morbot
qftOriginally Posted by thurstonboise
cleaned my apartment cause my mom is coming in town tomorrow. i had a lot of cleaning to do!
...tossed the fixie, put on a helmet, lots of spandex, a stupid smile, and went for a pleseant ride on a hybrid bike with big knobby tires, full suspension, and a shock-absorbing seat post.
Got a mountain bike. (free)
Rode my geared bike.
Rode my fixed geared bike.
Volunteered at the bike co-op, including fixing a coaster brake.
Listened to my friend talk too much.
Now I'm here and things are back to normal.
Did a half day at the shop.
Raced at the velo.
Tight fcking day.
nothing much different than usual. worked, rode all afternoon, ate a bunch at home and played around on the internet...which mostly invovled hitting refresh a lot. and the "stumble" button.
have:ea50 flats, black, light, stiff.
144 bcd 3/32" 49t sugino track chainring, possibly 75.
want: risers, light, stiff, 1", black if that can be
144 bcd 46t or 47t chainring any kind or width
Originally Posted by .andrew.nothing
26 deliveries, 1 triple rush, 3 rushes, 4 oversized, waited a total of 45 minutes paid, and probably rode around 60-70 miles. Drank some too.
Bloodstains, speed kills, fast bikes, cheap thrills, French girls, fine wine...
hah. 42 deliveries, numerous super hots...no break till 4:30 pm... 6 beers in the park. oh, and i think i'm finally and truly understanding black sabbath.
thank god someone did something productive around here!Originally Posted by stendhalian
hey, thanks. i just meant , you know. .... i've been a fan for years but one day it all comes together: the songs you've heard for years, over and over again...they just click. or some obscure lyric jumps out at you and makes TOTAL ****ING SENSE TO YOU. right at that moment. of course riding very fast at the same time maybe helps...
yeah - i have been on a rediscovery kick lately of sludgey proto-metal. Sabbath took the cake. Their first four albums contain some of the best riffs and sounds of any music from that era.
"The Wizard" alone, damn. I first heard that in its entirety in CO while riding roads to nowhere and drinking a few beers at my old job. It still remains as great now as it did then.
actually did some work.... and wasted more time than anyone should on youtube
got some task accomplished on my "to do list"
Showed up and shilled for Whitey.
For shame, you've turned your back on the velodrome..Originally Posted by