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Old 04-12-07, 08:27 PM
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Old 04-12-07, 08:45 PM
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Second try.
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Maybe third time will be the charm. . .
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Sorry...the picture won't work so try it manually.


http://www.anaerobia.com/poseur.html
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Old 04-12-07, 08:50 PM
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Here you go buddy. Nice jersey!
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Priceless. I think it'll even meet race regs. The perfect jersey, then.
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I hoenstly think it's nothing special. It just doesn't work for some reason.

Oh, and the Doppler Shift jersey gave me a headache.
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Originally Posted by deltat
Maybe third time will be the charm. . .
What went wrong? The picture is on the internet, I copied the address, clicked on the mountain icon, pasted the address in the pop-up and hit OK. Anyone know why wouldn't it show?
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I like it.

Isn't it ironic that a poseur jersey actually looks pretty simple and classy?

Wanna be a real poseur? Wear this to your next charity ride:

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I'm actually pretty partial to the Republic of Anaerobia jersey but it may be too sarcastic/ironic for a clydesdale to wear.
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hmm.. I like it. you can get a couple laughs out of it from other riders, without wearing something with curious george on it. Just a nice, simple, slightly self-mocking jersey.
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these decals might be used on my RS.
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I really love that Anaerobia Jersey! I also love intervals even though I feel like a worthless blob afterwards.
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Nice, but for $74?! I can get the temp tattoos in a cracker jack box.
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I kinda like the Saturn V jersey:

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do you know what charlatan means? it means conman or a fake doctor. Poseur fine but wearing Charlatan for a doc is a No , No for me
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I still prefer a neutral gray toned design like this. Or, something similar. Then it'll go with just about anything.

But instead, I would prefer the big OCP to be on the back, and with a small OCP shield on the left breast on the front.
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Originally Posted by Patriot
I still prefer a neutral gray toned design like this. Or, something similar. Then it'll go with just about anything.

But instead, I would prefer the big OCP to be on the back, and with a small OCP shield on the left breast on the front.
Nice does the carbon pattern on it make it lighter also for the weight weenies?
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It figures Patriot would already have one worked out. Now the real question is: did Patriot actually order one?
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Originally Posted by Patriot
I still prefer a neutral gray toned design like this. Or, something similar. Then it'll go with just about anything.

But instead, I would prefer the big OCP to be on the back, and with a small OCP shield on the left breast on the front.
Looks pretty nice. Good job.
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How about the OCP letter be carbon fiber colored, and the backgound is white garage door?

I'm just starting getting in touch with OCP, so what do I know?
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Originally Posted by sunninho
I kinda like the Saturn V jersey:


Here in Huntsville, aka the Rocket City, we have a Saturn V right next to the freeway at the Space and Rocket museum. This would be a popular jersey here.
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Originally Posted by sunninho
I kinda like the Saturn V jersey:

Oooh, can one of those actually be had? I'm still a teenage rocket freak at heart.
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Originally Posted by NickExxon
Oooh, can one of those actually be had? I'm still a teenage rocket freak at heart.
Here's the site.

http://www.anaerobia.com/satv.html
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