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Brave Non-Sequitur Monotony Break Up Jam for Fixies!

Singlespeed & Fixed Gear "I still feel that variable gears are only for people over forty-five. Isn't it better to triumph by the strength of your muscles than by the artifice of a derailer? We are getting soft...As for me, give me a fixed gear!"-- Henri Desgrange (31 January 1865 - 16 August 1940)

Brave Non-Sequitur Monotony Break Up Jam for Fixies!

Old 03-25-06, 02:22 PM
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Brave Non-Sequitur Monotony Break Up Jam for Fixies!

I'm bored....
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Old 03-25-06, 02:32 PM
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I'm bored because I'm stuck inside on a ****ing Saturday doing ****ing lame ****ing prep for some bull**** assignment for next Friday.

On the positive side, tonight is margarittas, tequila shots and burritos. Pretty sure I can forget the first half of today within a few strong drinks later.
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i'm bored because i shaved my legs yesterday and i have really bad razor burn. so all i can do is sit here rubbing hydrocortisone and lotion on it waiting for it to go away so i can go for a ride. or at least not feel like an army of ants is attacking my legs.
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I'm bored cuz I'm at work. This is what I get for skipping monday...
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I have a *****...

(No, humancongreel, rubbing it furiously with lotion is not an acceptable remedy!)
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I'm not bored. Just got home from a 13.5 mi. ride downtown!
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I'm not bored. Just got home from a 13.5 mi. ride downtown!
Sooo, I take it it's not cold as ***** where you are then??
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I'm bored, but since I'm on bikeforums, that really goes without saying. Best boredom time-waster EVER
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Old 03-26-06, 05:47 PM
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It got up to about 50F today but was windy and kinda damp.

I've been bundling up and venturing forth all winter and let me tell you, it is way nice not having to worry so much about my fitness base!
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Originally Posted by ghostdncr
It got up to about 50F today but was windy and kinda damp.

I've been bundling up and venturing forth all winter and let me tell you, it is way nice not having to worry so much about my fitness base!
On my ride today on two occasions I found myself in a nice little springtime hail storm. I was expecting the rain but the hail just sucked.
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It's hard to do anything with hail, isn't it? Well, aside from taking a beating.

I had snow yesterday but the real hail season won't start here until about the middle of next month. How's the weather averaging out in NJ?
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