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Old 05-04-14, 08:11 AM   #1
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Kindred Spirit

My wife actually found this and knew I would appreciate it. The subject of the story is a rollerblader, but I think some of the cyclists will relate. I'm not quite where this guy is, but I know "the zone" in my own personal way and it's why I'm compelled to ride.
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I could too, relate! Very interesting...
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Cool story, but this scenario is played out over and over in his profession. It's called burn-out. Since the current administration has chosen to vilify his profession, this kind of thing is epidemic.
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