Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Prize Fighting: Knuckle Down to Win

If you're reading this blog (which you obviously are), there's a good chance that you also read Fat Cyclist. And if you do read Fat Cyclist, you know that this has been a time of great difficulty for him and for his family. Since starting my own blog I've been very fortunate to get to know a number of people in the cycling world, and few have been as gracious and supportive as Fatty. On a number of occasions he has offered me unsolicited help, which I've generally repaid by remaining aloof and elusive, as is my wont.

As such, I wanted to show Fatty how much I appreciate him and how much I regret my own sorry behavior. My first thought was to get a Fat Cyclist knuckle tattoo. However, in mocking it up I couldn't figure out how to fit it on my hands, and this was the best I could come up with:


But then I had another idea. Fat Cyclist often runs contests on his blog; in fact, I was even a prize in one of these contests. (Arguably this was the second-worst prize Fatty ever offered, just ahead of the time he gave away a non-running 1987 Chevrolet Chevette.) As such, I figured I'd doff my cap to him by running a contest of my own in his honor. Unfortunately, I don't have access to the sorts of prizes Fat Cyclist gives away, like new bikes and exotic vacations. However, I did rummage around in the BSNYC/RTMS supply closet and found a few items which some people might want.

As far as the contest itself, I figured I'd invite people to create their own Fat Cyclist tribute knuckle tattoos. This can take any form you'd like. You can write something on your own knuckles. You can photoshop something onto a picture of knuckles. You can even draw a picture of a tattoo of someone with a Fat Cyclist knuckle tattoo. Honestly, I don't care what it is as long as it:

1) Somehow involves Fat Cyclist;
2) Somehow involves knuckle tattoos;
3) Is an image or video that people can look at on a blog.

I'm also setting a firm deadline of, oh, sometime next week-ish...? As for the prize list, it's marginally less impressive than what you might win in the Cat 5 field of your local office park crit, but at least it's all free:

1st Prize

A Rapha (!) Lion of Flanders t-shirt in the Mapei colorway (and in the large sizeway) which has never been worn;

2nd Prize

A pair of front and rear Knog Beetle lights (cousin to the "hipster cyst") which are still in the original packaging;

3rd Prize

A BSNYC/RTMS Lounging Smock (choice of large or medium sizeway) which has never been worn and is not for sale.

Here they are arrayed on the BSNYC/RTMS Test Sisal in all their meh-nificance:



Even if you're not impressed by any of these prizeways, hopefully people can at least have some fun and consider this contest a way of showing Fat Cyclist their appreciation for all the great blogging he's given us. And in the meantime, please visit his blog and send him your best.

Oh, one other thing: any entrants who actually get a real permanent subcutaneous Fat Cyclist knuckle tattoo will be automatically disqualified. As fond as I am of Fat Cyclist, I must say that I think getting a Fat Cyclist knuckle tattoo is an extremely bad idea. In fact, it makes this guy's knuckle tattoo seem sensible in comparison:

I have nothing but respect for those in the nursing profession, and that of course includes male nurses. However, a male nurse with a knuckle tattoo is sort of like a Rivendell with a set of crabon aero bars. Furthermore, if you're going to get a knuckle tattoo that says "Rock Star," you should at least be an actual rock star. If people aren't making plaster casts of your penis then you probably don't qualify--and messing around with the orthopedic supplies during your lunch break doesn't count. Most importantly, wondering what your boss is going to think about your knuckle tattoo on Monday is antithetical to both rock stardom and knuckle tattooing. It's like the Hell's Angel who's afraid his mother will ground him for smoking cigarettes.

Speaking of confused people, a number of readers have forwarded me this story about a firefighter who shot at a cyclist:

Attempting to kill people for engaging in unsafe behavior is the sort of über-irony to which the hipsters of Williamsburg can only aspire. Perhaps the firefighter had just come from a building inspection where, after finding a number of fire code violations, he simply doused the place in kerosene and set it ablaze. I suppose we should at least look on the bright side and be thankful he's not a sex-ed teacher. One can only imagine the sorts of punishments he'd mete out to people who fail to wear protection in bed.

Marginally less ironic is this "Lone Wolf" knuckle tattoo, to which a number of readers have alerted me:

I applaud the fact that this person doesn't "need anybody to survive," and that he lives "outside the pack, the worlds bullshit society." However, I do find it slightly vexing that this particular Lone Wolf requires tattoo validation. We've all heard the philosophical riddle: "If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" Similarly, if a Lone Wolf has a knuckle tattoo and no one is around to see it, is there any point getting the tattoo in the first place? Apparently not, since while he doesn't need anybody to survive he does need to upload his knuckle tattoo to an online gallery so they can see his tattoo. This is like telling your parents that you don't need them, storming out of the house, and then storming back in and asking to borrow $75.

Really, the true Lone Wolves do not need to label themselves, because if you're fortunate enough to encounter them you'll know it even without knuckle tattoos. More importantly, they transcend labeling. Take one of cycling's most notable Lone Wolves, spotted enjoying a burrito by a reader not too long ago:

I've mentioned in the past that Californians have a penchant for telling "epic" burrito stories, and while some of them can be quite tedious this particular burrito story truly qualifies as Homeric, since not only is the Lotus TT bike in the picture, but the USA logo on the front wheel is perfectly and heroically aligned like the shield of a great warrior. Of course, you don't "palp" a bike like that every day, which is why the Lone Wolf has also curated this wind-cheating daily rider, photographed by another reader:


Here's a spy shot taken during a pit stop (presumably before commencement of wind tunnel testing) which offers a clearer view of both the fairing and the under-saddle water tree:


But most telling is this photo, courtesy of Gary, which indicates that we may be seeing a Lone Wolf x Radio Shack "collabo" in the near future:

Note the "Now Hiring" sign on the door. Could we see the Lone Wolf riding for the Shack alongside Lance Armstrong in 2010? Even though a true Lone Wolf "collabiates" with no one, the fact is that the Lone Wolf also depends on his Discman (Lone Wolves hate iPods), and Radio Shack is now offering low, low prices on portable CD players. ITTET, that may be too sweet a deal to pass up.

Indeed, the only things more alluring to Lone Wolves than Discmans (Discmen? Discpeople?) are bar ends. A reader in Germany has recently forwarded me this configuration, which is an engineering and curatorial marvel:


In the right hands (or the wrong hands, depending on how you look at it), bar ends become Lincoln Logs of Insanity--of, if you prefer, Erector Sets of Madness. While ordinary cyclists simply choose a set of handlebars that are comfortable and perhaps even go so far as adding a clip-on accessory, the bar end enthusiast asks himself (or, occasionally, herself), "Where are my hands most comfortable?," and then answers simply, "yes." Here's a slightly different view of this particular setup, which reveals that this bicycle has at least two pairs of brake levers:


Yes, it's comforting to know that if your hands eventually do migrate to the forwardmost set of bar ends that you don't have to clamber back down the ladder in order to stop yourself:

Actually, it very well could be that this bicycle belongs to the Hindu deity Kali. If only I had that many knuckles, I'd tattoo them with the most "epic" burrito story the world has ever heard.

145 comments:

ant1 said...

ant1st!

Mad Jack McMad said...

Duffle bag of bravery!

Anonymous said...

lance?

Asterisk said...

1st!

Seanywonton said...

Yo!

Pete said...

hey

Asterisk said...

CLAV ICLE

Mad Jack McMad said...

Well done, ant1!

rezado said...

..-. .. .-. ... - .. .

c murder said...

Top Ten!?!

There's a chance, DEEZ KNUX!

kale said...

Ant1ne, you doper!

Anonymous said...

Does any one else miss the Tecmo Bowl-esque music from "TdF "Race Highlights?"

Wes said...

Dash. On 'phone to Mother.

Travis said...

woooo!!

g said...

Dammit!! I had my "air typing", Cavendish, victory salute all planned out and everything.

tom said...

DRATDRATDRAT:
But I gotz teh tat,
"PHAT BIKE"

Surly Bastard said...

Nice one ant1. Read it and copped top twenty. Better than Cadel ...

mhandsco said...

CANC RSUX

grog said...

GOST RITR

Paul Bowen said...

These pics of bikes that have sprouted bar end trees make me unhappy and anxious, dunno why.

Dave said...

OK, I live in Santa Monica and have been telling people about the guy riding 3 MPH behind the fairing with the water bottle tree behind the seat! My description has never done it justice. The pics are perfect, but you have to see the whole thing in motion (barely) to believe it!

sufferist said...

Once can only imagine the sorts of punishments he'd mete out to people who fail to wear protection in bed.

to

One can only imagine the sorts of punishments he'd mete out to people who fail to wear protection in bed.

Let the grammar wars begin!

g said...

I would think that unless there is a place one can get unlimited free bar ends, ITTET, it would be smarter to just buy some Tri-monkey bars and go with that. Then again, you could just steal the ends off every bike you see and that would be cheaper....
is it a sin to steal a quiver of bar ends to feed your starving obsession?

Seanywonton said...

Hey, so I'm moving out to Portland soon! That's right, the land of commemorative celebrity rides, crazy style diktats, and dikpiercings, not that I want to picture that. I'm very excited to get back out west, and I'll be looking for a brewing job.

Ride strong! I've got to get back to packing the apartment and palping something cold and Belgian.

Anonymous said...

Lesson of the day: get you bike tuned up at Performance and eat Hardees and one day you too can be a lone wolf

Seanywonton said...

G, or you could just fell a large buck and convert his rack. Probably stronger than wooden bars, and you get meat to boot.

Anonymous said...

i suppose i might do it too for that pooty

Tryin' said...

yeah, love the tecmo bowl versus music and i've decided that Craig Hummer is the John Madden of cycling commentary.

roomservicetaco said...

While riding with my son in a child's seat, cars have sidled up next to me to tell me how dangerous it is. I typically tell them that the danger is significantly higher when a driver slows down to drive 6" from us while yelling out the window.

Anonymous said...

"Lincoln Logs of insanity.."

A childhood explained.

ant1 said...

kale - one's got to do what one's gotta do to get results.

libertyonbikes! said...

amazing again,
covered all the news in the micro sized bike blog world linked together in one post.

Anonymous said...

"However, a male nurse with a knuckle tattoo is sort of like a Rivendell with a set of crabon aero bars."

I'm afraid I have to disagree. It's more like a Rivendell with a Spinergy Rev X on the back and a Mavic R-Sys on the front.

ant1 said...

snob - if today's comments section is any indication of the fatty contest's results, can I trade my mapei shirt for the seal smock?

jt said...

FATBIKER

Juan Altitude said...

All hail Kali! goddess of destruction and creation!

mikeweb said...

hincapie!

CommieCanuck said...

If you're going to shoot anyone for unsafe cycling, it should be the jackalopes. Plus, you get a nice trophy.

I was shot at on my bike in NC near Durham in 1997. NC has just the right volatile mix of inbred morons and lax gun laws. A guy in spandex is just the spark needed to ignite that sub-mental powder keg. I was thinking of getting my own self-defense weapon, but as someone pointed out, you can't outdraw someone with six fingers.

mikeweb said...

Nice job ant1 !!

and Seany!!

Eric said...

bahahahaha...."wind cheating daily rider..." love it!!

leroy said...

In honor of this year's TdF winner, future BSNYC podium contenders should announce themselves with the sobriquet:

Contra d'Or.

And while I can't hope to take a podium spot on this blog anymore, I just want to put everyone on notice that I intend to dominate the BSNYC knuckle tattoo contest.

The spell check device on my tatoo needuhl is just about purrfected.

I don't want to give too much away, but WINSUSAN is eight letters.

Astroluc said...

Lincoln Logs of Insanity--of, if you prefer, Erector Sets of Madness.

I like "Legos of Lunacy" or "Construx of Craziness" myself ;)

sweeper van

Fred said...

Hey Commie, I was shot at near Durham, NC as well, circa 1994. I wasn't riding at the time, nor wearing spandex, but I was checking my mail-box.

The opening day of hunting season in NC sounds like the Battle of Falluja.

When I lived there, NC proudly held the title for the state with the most people killed while sleeping on the roadway.

Yet, sometimes I miss it.

Anonymous said...

The tat should read NOFIXIES

Anonymous said...

Firefighter's address:

Charles A Diez
425 Rowland Rd.
Swannanoa, NC 28778

CommieCanuck said...

SHUTE BIKES

bikesgonewild said...

...lone wolf + water tree = bladder problems...

Shram said...
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Shram said...

Seany,

how do you move west from Portland?

Surly Bastard said...

NEAR MISS

The NC douche was really aiming for the kid.

Bill said...

I would imagine this as a suitable tribute:

http://www.knuckletattoos.com/gunCache/t_WINSUSAN.jpg

Anonymous said...

FUCK CNCR

PHAT BLOG

KICK STND

IMAF ATTY

FATY RULZ

Luck E. Seven said...

Are the uppermost set of prongs on the barends+barends whip actually the cast-offs from a set of chop&flops?

I don't need anybody to survive! Just this. The ashtray, the remote control, the paddle game, this magazine and the chair. That's all I need.

THE- JERK



.-

Anonymous said...

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=i40,+asheville,+nc&sll=35.261795,-82.476256&sspn=0.011809,0.01929&gl=us&ie=UTF8&ll=35.580102,-82.463958&spn=0,359.990355&z=17&layer=c&cbll=35.580103,-82.463957&panoid=N8e4KB-45Aw4qFtdxyslwA&cbp=12,73.45,,0,3.9

Here's the link of the intersection of the shooting. if they were actually on the highway - that would be illegal, but the road at exit 55 isn't really that busy. Aren't the people in Asheville supposed to be peaceful?

CommieCanuck said...

Checking yer mail hole? You deserved it, yer just 'nother patsy in big guvment controlled monopolies like the mail, which is just a plot to trick us inta readin', an' gettin' child support notices.

I learned a lot in three years, like: don't sleep on the road, don't play golf in a thunderstorm, and how to mathematically correct for consanguinity in local genetics studies. Also,keep at least 20 meters away from Jesse Helms supporters.

Beefy McManstick said...

Is it any wonder that the South still has not fully recovered 150 years later?

Anonymous said...

Shram- You could go to Seaside, or Astoria. PDX is not the furtherest Westerly point in the Grate Steat of Orygun.

libertyonbikes! said...

CC-
"you can't outdraw someone with six fingers."

that IS classic.

Anonymous said...

AYCL MFCB

All
You
Cancer
Lick

My
Fat
Cyclist
B*lls

Armstrong prize is pissed that lower quality Contador prize is for first.

bikesgonewild said...

...LOVE 2YAS...

...including the thumbs, simply
...ELDON SUSAN...

...& while nowadays, a lotta folks follow susan & fatty's story, it never hurts to send a little more love their way...

belmont sledgehammer said...

Man, the FC's blog is pretty much a tear-jerker. I lack knuckle tat skills and so likely won't be entering any contest, though certainly wish him all the best.

BoCoMike said...

Nice gesture on your behalf. It sounds like he (Fatty) is going through a very difficult patch. Certainly a tragic burden that you pray no husband/parent will ever have to go through.

Anonymous said...

REMI SHUN

Anonymous said...

SPIN ACHI

CommieCanuck said...

Check out the cool Asheville crime mapper

In 10 years, 60,000 people got concealed handgun permits in NC, with another 260,000 normal gun permits. 360,000 new permits in 10 years.

Fact: Bo and Luke Duke never carried guns.

Anonymous said...

top 75, what the? that times article has really changed things around here...

Anonymous said...

Jesus man, I come here for a laugh to get a little boost mid day, then I clicked over to Fat Cyclist and I am literally in tears. In about two minutes of reading, I realized how important my wife is to me and the incredible pain Fatty and his kids must be feeling. He seems like an incredibly brave guy.

Paul said...

WINSUSAN

i hate myself said...

FATB IKER

Anonymous said...

still thinking about Hugo & Treat.

CommieCanuck said...

William Shatner Reading Sarah Palin

velocodger said...

Collabiation- across the nation- yeah!

Anonymous said...

Hutarovich!

libertyonbikes! said...

The Snob has offered up some great
prizes (great as in not 'trucker bombs', or you get to be the star of the next Craigslist post),

But,
maybe all the BSNYC commenters
could donate to Fatty's Philly site.

He's second at $38,168 with a goal
of $50,000
The other guy has $40,790 with the same goal.
$2,600 from BSNYC readers?
I just put my $10 in.
and for you cheap asses - you get a donation receipt for your taxes.
Put in your coffee money for the week, or what you would spend for a new tire.....
I'll go back in for another $25.
Then leave a post for him,
I was hoping he'ld be in Philly,
but it doesn't look like it now.

http://philly09.livestrong.org/fatcyclist
or
-livestrongchallenge.org
-philly
-elden nelson

Field Marshall Taggart said...

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2676/3766034271_514d56c843_o.jpg

CommieCanuck said...

Trucker bombs? You mean those free samples of salty lemonade on the side of highways?

Anonymous said...

podium girls

libertyonbikes! said...

CC-
bottle filled with piss

libertyonbikes! said...

haven't tasted piss
(that I'm aware of)
I guess it MIGHT be salty...

CommieCanuck said...

Anonymous said...

podium girls

July 28, 2009 4:05 PM


They should really indicate which ones won the Rhodes Scholarship, the Pulitzer and the Nobel, I get confused when they all wear yellow dresses.

CommieCanuck said...

liberty...

Live a little, try this!

Seanywonton said...

LARD ARSE

ant1 said...

hmmmm, podium girls.

bikenerd said...

anyone else notice that the middle of the word 'collabiation' is 'labia'?

Jen said...

I'm impressed that the butt-rocketry on the RadioShack proto-collabo seems to have actually bent the seat post forward.

WHOO PASS

Now available in convenient pint-sized bottles, as well as the traditional can.

Wes said...

bikenerd

ant1 probably did.

Anonymous said...

I like burritos.

red neckerson said...

six fingers on a hand gives you more options with knukel tatoos

in viper i dont trust no one who dont gots at least six on a hand but if you want to run for elected office it helps to have seven or ate

makes buyin bicicle gloves prety tricky so i special orders them from minnestoa

just sayin

Anonymous said...

WINS USAN

theshepherdsdog said...

while riding with my headphones in a woman in a car drove along side me and was furious that i was listening to my music. she was screaming at me from the car. then she passed me again and did the same thing. it was nuts.

Anonymous said...

DEAF EARS

Anonymous said...

BURR ITOS

Strayhorn said...

Asheville? Not surprised. Locals like Popcorn Sutton have been largely replaced by trustafarians, Yankees who moved to Florida and discovered it was HOT all the time, and the sorts of folk who haven't yet figured out what that lever on the left side of the steering column does.

As for Durham - well, it once had a Hells Angles chapter but they found it too violent and moved to Charlotte after their war with the Pagans in the late 70s.

Speaking of faux-hippies: in all my years of riding around Chapel Hill, the two strangest altercations with drivers were with people in Honda Elements. WTF? Is it because that vehicle is so ugly it makes the drivers mean? In both cases, people pulled up beside me, rolled down the passenger window, and began yelling. And kept doing so for some distance.

Frankly, I always blow kisses at irate drivers. Makes them worry about catching Teh Ghey if they touch me.

Anonymous said...

you need to stop stalking the lone wolf... it's getting creepy.

Anonymous said...

Let's think outside the box with these knuckle tats. Please see the precedent setting 1989 Pouges album "Peace and Love"

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/b8/Peace_Love.jpg

SkiMoab said...

Looks like I'm a bit behind, but you'd definitely have to do "WINSUSAN"

http://www.knuckletattoos.com/gunCache/t_WINSUSAN.jpg

UYD said...

Naked Bicyclist Nabbed
Cops: Father found Florida man in bed with 14-year-old daughter

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/years/2009/0723091naked1.html

Zen said...

lance sucks

Anonymous said...

WINS USAN

Anonymous said...

They need to lock the Ashville firefighter in a room with the u-lock kid...

Zyn said...

http://www.knuckletattoos.com/gunCache/t_PHATPSYC.jpg

Fierce Panties said...

103

Fierce Panties said...

102

Fierce Panties said...

LIVE NDIE

TheTye said...

I can't believe you didn't mention anything about Big George having an "epic" pull to help the ManMissle win in Paris, and then COMPLAINING again in the post race interview...

ahendrsn said...

This is undoubtedly redundant, but here's my tattoo:
http://www.skateparksoftexas.org/tattoo/make_tattoo.php?a=W&b=I&c=N&d=S&e=U&f=S&g=A&h=N&font_type=hold_fast2&Submit=Submit

ahendrsn said...

Slightly more original now:

http://www.skateparksoftexas.org/tattoo/make_tattoo.php?a=B&b=I&c=K&d=E&e=U&f=T&g=A&h=H&font_type=hold_fast5&Submit=Submit

red neckerson said...

i dont likes to be political or nuthin but its hard to be any goddam dummer than the yankees who voted that franken feller into office

you assholes make them tarheels look likes a bunch of fucking genioses

i mean aw fuck you yankees eat shit or at least the ones in minnetonka

jon said...

TEAM SUSN

And wear an American flag jersey as protective coloration.

Cognorant said...

Red, you seems to be a little too familiar with the Minnestoa area...just sayin.

Cognorant said...

And...if you don't like to be political...then how 'bout just not bringin it up?

Anonymous said...

Gary gave up Lotus Guy? I have the enjoyment of seeing him ride on the road many days. He's actually quite friendly, and loves his water...

plane - simple said...

SUES-TRNG

leroy said...

SUES TRNG?

Brilliant!

displacedcalifornian said...

CC rolled today

and i just gave $ to fatty. great call.

angelak said...

So my eyes were not fooling....I actually saw that dude in Santa Monica zipping by on the Lotus TT bike with the USA logo....I had to do a double take! It lookes like a homeless dude!! huh??? how's that work?

mikeweb said...

I vote for SUES TRNG as the winner.

Bill G said...

BSNYC - That is awesome that you are helping bring awareness to what many are fighting every day but Fatty does so with such openness and humility.

I know this goes against the grain of this blog - but Thanks!

Renee Richards said...

I just noticed on the dude's "rockstar" knuck-tat that the o looks a lot like the symbol for female. Is he trying to say that he likes females, or something else?

Anonymous said...

RR- It seems a bit odd that he also mentions that he is a "Male" nurse. I mean it's pretty obvious in the pic that he is a he - or is he?

"He" also mentions Kat von D's book. That's right,
Kat von D has a ummmm...book. Perhaps a pictorial of soon to be regretted hipster tats...you know, a coffee table book for when you want to feel a little better about yourself.

Anonymous said...

Anyone who uses the word "clamber," and correctly no less, in a cycling blog has earned the right to call himself a snob.

Jayson said...

WINS USAN
(fatty's wife's name)

Kathleen @ ForgingAhead said...

How awesome are you to help out Elden and Susan...go you!

richardjirvine said...

Anything for 123rd

dominic said...

Ha ha ha! The lone wolf got himself a scraper bike.

dominic said...

Ha ha ha! The lone wolf got himself a scraper bike.

ScooterX - simple living, simply living said...

a link to somebody else's blog, with some fly knuckle tatoo gloves.

http://www.cyclechic.co.uk/shop/product_info.php?cPath=24&products_id=36

(maybe you've seen them, maybe not.)

rokdad said...

GOFATTY!

Seriously.

BISOUBISOU said...

For those of you still trying to fit "Fat Cyclist" on eight digits:

http://en.wikivisual.com/index.php/Polydactyly

http://ndt.oxfordjournals.org/content/vol17/issue12/images/large/NDT14502-2.jpeg

http://download.ajhg.org/images/journalimages/0002-9297/PIIS0002929707623155.gr3_lrg.hi.jpg

http://download.ajhg.org/images/journalimages/0002-9297/PIIS0002929707623155.gr4_lrg.hi.jpg

http://download.ajhg.org/images/journalimages/0002-9297/PIIS0002929707623155.gr5_lrg.hi.jpg

http://www.cmj.org/Periodical/images/200706/20076593625510.jpg

tick tock...

nadleroni said...

yow. bsnyc, perhaps you should consider a sub-moniker "MMMEABNYC?" = My Mind Meanders Endlessly About Bikes Natch You C?"

Oh, for those of you who:

a) read all the way to the bottom of the comments,

and

b) understand that other folks have faced the same crappy crappy crappy situation that FC is in (godspeed, man, good luck with Susan and I'm thinking of you, sir)... for example, Dr. Marcus P: a doctor who spent his life thanklessly working at a dang VA Hospital in WashDC helping thousands of vets young and old only to be f%^@#ed by brain cancer at the ripe ol' age of 42, and who never bought himself anything more than a cheap ass bike, a '95 VW Golf, and the cheapest Nikon he could find...

and

c) have a few bucks to throw in the bucket in hopes that this whole cancer motha-f*&$er needs to be shown the f&^%ing door to oblivion

please,

d) throw some spare change to another team in the Phila ride here:
http://philly09.livestrong.org/nadleroni

hell, I'll even go as far as to invite any BSNYC reader to join the team here:
http://philly09.livestrong.org/drmarcusp

ok, this is a bit of a hijack, but for the LAF cause, kids.

peace and be well!

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