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Old 06-25-12, 09:23 AM   #1
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You Are What You Eat?

Yesterday I was pedaling my brains out toward the end of a long, hard ride. As I passed the Los Alamitos Race Track I crammed a piece of power bar into my mouth and hoped it would help me keep going for a few more miles. Just as the bar dissolved into a sticky, gooey, chocolatey mess, the powerful aroma of the horse stables washed over me, and I realized that I needed to work on the timing of my snacks.

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I no longer eat pork.

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Had a similar situation many years ago -- bit into a "space bar" just as the aroma of freshly-fertilized agricultural fields washed over us.

Never had another "space bar" -- ever.
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