Friday, September 25, 2009

BSNYC Friduciary Fung Quiz!

If you're a cyclist, you've almost certainly been hit or almost hit at some point by a driver who's either oblivious or actively stupid. This is especially irritating since many of us are also motor vehicle owners or at least occasional drivers. Yet somehow when we're riding we find ourselves demoted to the status of squirrels, in that most drivers simply leave all the evasive action up to us. Survival is our problem. But as stupid as some drivers are, it would appear that they're not entirely to blame--it's also their driving instructors who train them to behave stupidly. Take for instance this vehicle I encountered yesterday:

As it passed me, I noticed that the driver--who, one would assume, was the student--was talking on a cellphone. Moreover, the passenger--who, one would assume, was the instructor--was actually holding the cellphone to the driver's ear for her. Now, it's illegal to use a hand-held cellphone while driving in New York State. However, in this case we enter a nebulous "grey area," since it is legal to talk on a cellphone while driving if you use a hands-free device. So, in this case, does the driving instructor himself constitute a hands-free device? Moreover, ITTET, are people now renting themselves out as human Bluetooths? And, perhaps most importantly, when someone gets run over by a driver who's talking on a phone someone else is holding for him, is the victim less likely to be injured or killed than they are by a driver who's holding the phone himself?

Of course, we can at least take comfort in the fact that drivers don't always run into cyclists because they didn't see them or because they actively hate them. Sometimes, they actually do it because they're overwhelmed by feelings of lust for them:


Cute bearded boy on bike peddling down 6th Avenue (South Slope - 6th Ave & 15th Street)
Date: 2009-09-24, 8:26PM EDT

Just a few seconds more of my looking and I may very well have crashed into something. That street is tight. You were biking, bearded and with nice hair and all, in the opposite direction. All I needed was a few seconds to see you were super cute....I think you looked back :) at least I hope you were looking at me and not just at my tank of a car, as to avoid me not hitting you


Yes, next time someone driving a "tank of a car" almost plows into you, just comfort yourself with the knowledge that they may actually be fantasizing about gaining access to your "viscous comfort zone." Then again, it could just be that they're distracted by olfactory hallucinations which cause them to smell bagels even when there are none around:


I asked if you smelled Bagels - m4w (21st and 1st ave. 8.45 am)
Date: 2009-09-24, 10:01AM EDT

You were wearing a nice dress and rode a blue bike. I asked you, a bit randomly, if you caught the intense smell of Bagels at that corner. It was an excuse to talk to you, of course, but it also is a legitimate question -- I catch that smell lots of mornings and, well, there's never anyone around to mention it to. So thanks for being there.
Also, you are totally beautiful.


I guess it's better than smelling burnt toast.

In any case, it gives me pleasure to present you with a quiz. As always, study the item, think, and click on your answer. If you're right you'll know, and if you're wrong you see Fixed Gear Steven doing a bunch of elephant trunk skids in a parking lot.

As always, thanks for reading, ride safe, and if you smell bagels see a doctor.


--BSNYC/RTMS



1) In which city can you find this vestigial parking meter?





2) "It's spreading!" The "Hipster High-Lock" bicycle parking technique (employed here on a geared bike) has migrated to:

--Birmingham, AL
--Louisville, KY






3) In fixed-gear circles, it is acceptable when "palping" drop bars to employ the "Hipster Handhold."





4) According to Honda, what will this new Segway-esque rolling stool thing do?




5) According to a recent New York Times article, how much "give" does a thread from the golden orb spider of Madagascar have?







This dog can focus! The lovers have unlocked now, and the others pass by one after another and smell the sad gal's pussy, but they make no attempt to mount her. The two lovers now lick their privates...possibly to ease the pain of being stuck together.

6) The above is an excerpt from which book?






I remember my first time. My resident expert reminded me of the mantra as I rolled away, "You just can't stop pedaling." From the second I slid my feet into the baskets (there to keep your feet from flaking out on the eternal task at hand) and gave them a push, I could feel the connection fix devotees describe. Push harder and you're empowered with this instant sense of control and command. The bike moves with you. It responds without any hesitation or hiccup in its cadence from the clicks and delayed catch of a chain to a different gear.

7) Which is the latest media outlet to publish a fixed-gear form article?





***Special "You're Not Worthy" Bonus Question***


One other thing: We'd like to make a formal request to the pricing police to spare us any slings and arrows of criticism about the cost of these wheels. The time involved in procuring the rims alone should make them cost twice as much. These rims are rare icons of PRO cycling as performed in its most intense and romantic circumstances. If you're lacking in the appropriate cultural sensitivity we won't hold it against you. But, likewise, this fact deprives you of standing to bitch about the cost.

Which company includes the above admonishment in the copy for its $1,275 32-hole box section rim wheelset?


132 comments:

Anonymous said...

first!

mikeweb said...

fung schway podium - to the quiz now...

Udder said...

That dog hump shot must be the opposite getting goosed.

Anonymous said...

fo?

MIKE BALLSACK said...

PUNK NOT DEAD!!

Asterisk said...

DNPA INFB

Greg Mu said...

the cushman couldn't get me to the podium...

Asterisk said...

Should have been

DNPA IMFB

How do you reverse a mistake on a knuck tat?

Cool The Kid said...

Top tizzle

Bad Lawyer said...

A top ten, amazing!

And I'm not even trying. I'm just like an undescended Baby's testicle.

Had I not been sniffing my chamois, who knows, podium?

rezado said...

Man, I love friduciarynozzleday!

rezado said...
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Anonymous said...

shoot dang not again!

ken e. said...

shooting for thirteen

ken e. said...

now back to skidding idiot pain!

Pontius Pilate said...

HAIL CZSR!!

-P.P.

marshmallow said...

finally alabama has made it on bikesnob.

twofivefix.blogspot.com

youaretheengine said...

Snobby is going for honorary Canadian citizen status by linking to a Heritage Moment. I'll file the papers with our Prime Minister immediately.

BRNT TOST

ant1 said...

ant1st!

db said...

Just one more reason why I cannot buy anything from Competitive Cyclist.

Anonymous said...

Bikers are now involved in the G20 Protests - thought you may be interested in the footage:
http://www.wpxi.com/video/21110533/index.html

Cheers.

Chris said...

Can I be honest and admit that I don't click on the links? I just hover over them to find the right one. Am I a bad person?

Test Tickle said...

Jen and Chris are sooooo extreme. It looks likes they could just ride for miles.

And thanks for the Chicago sweetness, BS. So nice.

balls.

Chris said...

BTW those wheels seem like a bargain next to the new Reynolds http://velonews.com/article/98355/ You could buy 2.5 sets for the same price.

hillbilly said...

mikeweb on fire!

that dolan is too nice to be abused by steven. not that i got any wrong or anything....um...

Anonymous said...

man, these burritos out here are sooo good. anybody joing leepheimer on his grand fundo?

Anonymous said...

Do you smell bagels? What a lame pick-up line. It reminds me of an old story. A guy gets on an elevator alone with a woman. He asks her, "Can I smell your feet?" Taken aback, she replies, "Of course not." He says, "Oh, it must be your pussy."

Asterisk said...

More on Boulder cyclist Casey (even if it is Fri Fung Quiz Day)

Yesterday the Boulder paper had the ghost bike, which had been there Tuesday on my ride to the crash site, on the front page. The bike was now serving as a flower box and people were putting the appropriate things in it and on it. It is a warm tribute to a man that touched the lives of many people.

http://www.dailycamera.com/portlet/article/html/imageDisplay.jsp?contentItemRelationshipId=2650318

The friend of Casey that I met at the site on Tuesday had asked me to buy and deliver a book to the driver. I did so. The driver and her father were very appreciative. The book is “The Sermon on the Mount.”

It turns out that I know someone who was also a friend of Casey. This friend had also been hit once in the same way, by a left cross, though on a motorcycle at the time. We discussed the incident and he too, like the friend from Tuesday, agreed that Casey would not want the driver’s life to be destroyed by this. Casey’s friends are a special breed.

The dad had asked me on Tuesday if I could help them reach out to Casey’s family. We since decided it was best not to try yet. Who knows when, but eventually, perhaps asking the friend to identify Casey’s priest or minister and then asking the clergyman to bridge seems the best way to go.

Thanks for letting me share here.

*

Anonymous said...

Jobst Brandt Wheel Systems - Frickin' brilliant

JBWS ROCK

Gulliver said...

There are bearded boys in NYC? Are there also bearded girls? Do people ride with baskets on their pedals?

Perhaps it is time to pay a visit.

Anonymous said...

David Byrne wrote that? eewwwww.....

The Parkinsons said...

I too don't click on the link-- but I do guess ahead of time. I don't get the punishment for the wrong answers, just an internal "Ohhhh! Whuunh Whuunh!"

This was the "literary" version of the Friday Fun Quiz

captain said...

ALL YOU HATERS CAN SNIFF MY CHAMOIS.

Anonymous said...

I'm a long time fixed gear bicycle rider who very much enjoys riding my fixed gear bike from to time. But for the godforsaken life of me, I can't possibly imagine what would drive me to film and shoot a video of myself and/or anyone else riding around the neighborhood w/ some floozie girl or performing dopey tricks in a parking lot.

I wonder what the non-cycling equivalent of these videos would be -- maybe we'll start seeing folks posting footage of other mundane daily tasks? My roommate's going to be writing a letter to the editor of some local periodical later this afternoon. Would footage of that get hits & go viral? How about me walking my dog or masturbating while I wait for my laundry to dry?

Blade said...

I'm doing the Gran Fondo next week. Are you?

mikeweb said...

thanks hillbilly!

chris: about that mouse over thing, shhh...

mikeweb said...

"...you take away the greatest part of me!!"

Astroluc said...

According to ESPN, fixies are centuries old?

when was the bike invented, again? ;)

Mayhap the young whip be speaketh of the velocipede! nay, tis not a proper fixed gear, me bucko. Bully!

broomie said...

Ooh, creamed again. Or, as they say in some circles: Bukakked.

Jeff Drouin said...

Anyone know how to contact BSNYC? I found a gem in a 1920s magazine that I think he'd like to read.

Contact me at jsdrouin at gmail dot com.

mikeweb said...

this weekend my possibilities are infinite even without a motorized commode underneath me.

broomie said...

Oh yeah,
Jen, your seat's too high.

mikeweb said...

*,

thanks

Anonymous said...

BikeSnob,

The ESPN piece does not qualify as a "fixed-gear form article." There is no mention of "the Zen thing."

mikeweb said...

Mere centuries? hogwash!! I heard in one Egyptian pyramid tomb, there's a painting of Ramses II on a fixed gear.

Astroluc said...

*,
yes, thank you for the update.

Mikeweb,

I thought the same aliens that helped the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids brought us fixie technology from their hyper-intelligent and advanced civilization... it's so Zen

and FYI, that Byrne excerpt was F'n GROSS

DOGF GUSE

Surly Bastard said...

I got almost every fucking question wrong. Except for the last one on $1200 bog standard box rim wheels. I immediately recognized the hip, yet smarmy voice of Competitive Cyclist. Visted the CC site and there's even more blather about those wheels. I put it down to guilt about the price. Ya think?

leroy said...

And you may say to yourself ....

That is not my dog.

Thank God.

Ride safe this weekend!

Anonymous said...

Blueteeth would be the plural, no?

Anonymous said...

no grund fando for me, too far (>30miles), too hilly. far too hilly. fart too illy. gonna eat a burrito (they are sooo good out here) and rummage around in my rucksack for my fishing license.

Anonymous said...

The Hipster High Lock seems to apply only to geared titanium bikes. In this case it was a Litespeed.

Luke said...

I've watched some boring things in my time but that fucking Jen and Chris video took wasting people's time to a new level.

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed watching Jen and Chris ride, but the music bothered me.

Surly Bastard said...

I liked the Jen and Chris vid. I was on the edge of my seat through the whole thing wondering: Where are they going? What are they thinking? What the hell is with the ink? If they quit pedaling will they both get fat?

bikesgonewild said...

...(1)- "I asked if you smelled Bagels - (21st and 1st ave. 8.45 am)"...
...(2)- "caught the intense smell of Bagels at that corner"...
...(3)- "but it also is a legitimate question -- I catch that smell lots of mornings"......

...honestly ???...these are "legitimate" statements ?!?!?!...jeezus...sounds like this person lives or works in the area so i'm thinkin' "brain dead"...

...i live in a little town of just over 7,000 people in northern "fucking" california & even i can tell ya that there is an ess-a-bagels on 1st ave, just around the corner from e 21st...

...hard to fucking miss !!!...& ya, had me a poppy seed w/ an egg schmear...

...talk about survival, bsnyc/rtms...so sad when a new yorker can't keep track of the basics...

speedwobble said...

Where does one procure a troop of bicycle chain weaving spiders from madagascar? And are they available in multiple colorways?

bikesgonewild said...

...leroy...
..."And you may say to yourself ....

That is not my dog.

Thank God."
...

...dog may be smarter than you think...could be "the goose that lays the golden egg"...

...'specially after that little tryst...

Anonymous said...

bgw,
mayhaps he is not a real yorker?

Bad Lawyer said...

I've been riding bikes for, nah, I'm not going to say--let's just say I remember when carbon was something necessary to obtaining and accurate copy of something you typed. My last premium bicycle was from a little Georgia titanium shop with Japanese fishing gear componetry--and then I just had to have a classic Italiano steel, campy-9. Off the bike for a few years--returned this year, I feel like Rip Van Winky--all these plastic wheels and bikes. Holeee Shiatsu! If I get me some titanium knees and lose a couple of stones can I climb my metro park hills like the Italianos? Will my testes descend?

Astroluc said...

I propose spelling it couluearwhey to up the pretentiousness factor.

Fritz said...

Focus Dawg Focus

Anonymous said...

I really thought that bonus question was a joke, so I clicked on Jobst Brandt Wheel Systems expecting to see a nice bit of Snob's trademark satire, but instead my computer speakers started spilling out some poor sap carrying on about his Mercury being in the impound or something while a drunken cameraperson seemed to be stalking some kid riding aimlessly around a parking lot on a bike. I need a beer.

bikesgonewild said...

...anon 2:58pm...

...one needs to learn to adapt quickly to ones environment, especially when living in the savage jungle...

sufferist said...

Astroluc: throw in an umlaut and an accent for good measure. Then we know that you're down with all the cultures.

bike locks said...

Another quiz another over priced set of wheels.

Astroluc said...

Cöuluear’whêy pehaps?

Anonymous said...

I now feel really stupid after watching the answer to #3. I was waiting..I thought they were going to do skiddz and trix. lame. well, it would have been lame either way.

Asterisk said...

Mikeweb and Astroluc,

You're welcome.

*

Anonymous said...

How does one go about emailing BSNYC? Got a pic I'd like to share w/him...

Anonymous said...

Not to mention neither of them knew how to ride. facepalm

grog said...

No, I've never crashed with auto, but did have a couple with other bikes, and with a tree that jumped out on the trail.
FUNK WIZ!
RIDE NICE

Anonymous said...

DUCK F*CK

ant1 said...

So, we've discussed the overuse of the word epic here many times. If I were to say "my week has been epic", you might call me out for aggrandizing my experiences. Well, turns out you'd be wrong, cause the US geological survey said so:
http://www.wsbtv.com/news/21115210/detail.html

EPIC WATR

Brian said...

Last time I got hit by a car while riding the driver shouted, "we had a deal!".

CHIP MUNK

Lar said...

David Byrne's folding bike scares me a little more than his writing, but I guess someone else is the proud owner now:

http://www.davidbyrne.com/art/books/bicycle_diaries/auction.php

ervgopwr said...

as per usual, the fixie story form letter (FSFL) was not correctly filled out in triplicate

example; fixed gears found their way out of TdF and into velodromes...?

ESPN: stick to ball sports and lance puff pieces

bikesgonewild said...

..."burnt toast ???...why, heaven's no, dear, that's just me toasting our bagels...no need for another "montreal procedure" this fine morning & i dare say, we needn't engage "dr wilder penfield, the greatest canadian alive" this day...

..."besides, sweetheart...should your 'problem' once again arise, the good doctor showed me how to correct it w/ a butter knife...

..."what say after our lox & cream cheese, i get out the p-farthings & we go for a little ramble in the park, ehhh ???"
...

Cogitoergosum said...

ZAPR UDER

Disgruntl Ed. said...

I just can't get over that cute bearded boy. Can't the poster say how old she thinks he is, like perhaps eight? Furthermore, what was he peddling down 6th Avenue? Bagels, perhaps? And was his "cute hair and all" in the opposite direction to his beard or to the street?

So many unanswered questions.

"Grey area." Thank you.

Anonymous said...

EPIC FART

Anonymous said...

blade,
steampunk is in town again:
http://handcar-regatta.com/

between this, the gran fundo, and burritos I think we got it covered for awhile.

Jim West said...

That Hennepin Crawler is truly ahead of its time.

Anonymous said...

Warning - objects on your mirror may be the ragged coolmax remnants of that lump of street pizza behind you.

Do you smell bagels?

GF - "Trust me."
Me - "I do trust you."
GF - "Then why don't you let go of my ears."

These pretzels are making me thirsty.

Don't invite David Byrne to Thanksgiving dinner.

Anonymous said...

hey, it ain't cheap procuring some of those rims...brah; then you've got to curate the rest of the parts...i hear that DA 7900 with that oh-so-sought-after 130mm spacing is next to impossible to find. next thing you know, someone puts all your procurement and curation work to waste by stealing it; next thing i know i'm pissed an putting up craigslist posts about it...

bikesgonewild said...

...anon 4:09pm & jim west...

...wow...handcar regatta up in sr on sunday looks absolutely cool, creative n' down to earth...nice...

...leave the bagels at home & buy a left coast burrito...

Anonymous said...

Thought you might be interested in these people's flower boxes...

http://frontyardcompany.co.uk/products/plantlock_work.html

rezado said...

FOOT BSKT

bikesgonewild said...

...btw, i did catch the 'jim west' thingy...although i believe he always introduced himself as "capt james west"...

Seanywonton said...

I'm going to Madagascar next week. I'm gonna get those damn spiders to weave me the world's most expensive top tube pad.

jason said...

i was totally pissed off when i thought that somebody had stolen my chicago parking meter photo.

then, i realized it wasn't mine, and i was very, very sad.

too many emotions!

Anonymous said...

Quack.

Anonymous said...

Surely that ESPN article is a spoof...

What a joke!

Reed Enwright said...

This is not my beautiful hooker shaped bicycle rack.

SMLY BAGL

Anonymous said...

On behalf of Jen & Chris, I'd just like to ask that someone, anyone, for the love of christ, all of you freaking hater idiots...

suck my balls.

wishiwasmerckx said...

Report.

Interbike.

Day three.

As there has been an unusual amount of interest hereabouts lately about the "scranus," I thouhgt I'd report in on the chamois cream situation.

First, a little history, Back in the day (when only BGW and I are old enough to remember), the chamois was called the chamois because it was actually made out of chamios, and after enough washings, the leather would become stiff and hard. Creams were invented to restore the leather to "showroom condition." Today NOBODY uses an actual chamois as a chamois. Even the people showing the cool retro wool cycling shorts use a state-of-the-art synthetic.

Now, apparently, it is the scranus which becomes stiff and hard, having been delegated those responsibilities by the synthetic chamois. This now requires all manner of creams, cremes, potions and elixers. There were plenty to choose from at the show, with DZ Nuts the most prominent among them. If Zabriske's actual nuts were on display, I fortunately missed his personal appearence.

The most interesting of these products was "Hoo Ha Ride Glide" (I am not making this up - google it if you don't believe me.)They had a booth staffed by a comely and effervescent spokeswoman in a full cycling kit. She waits til some unsuspecting female attendee happens by the booth, and shouts at her, "Have you rubbed any cream on your hoo ha today?" The victim's embarrasment is compounded by the fact that every horndog male within two rows of booths (and that's pretty much all of them) pivots their head to imagine the poor victim rubbing cream onto her most intimate of private parts.

I did not take a sample of Hoo Ha Ride Glide for fear that it might actually contain semem as an ingredient.

Ah, good times.

d. fofonov said...

кулоргий да?

Sox St. Louis said...
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Hot Cover Girls Central said...

I'm always afraid riding in a bicycle!


See yah!

Cathy Young
http://sexywomencelebspics.blogspot.com/

spell check said...

"Ditta charmingly welcomed his audience all by offering cold Tecates from the mini fridge with one hand, and waiving a wrench to the story as if he was conducting an orchestra with the other."

safe said...

Know matter what you are doing riding a bike or driving a car you should drive safely http://www.amersafeschool.com

Surly Bastard said...

First! After the first one hundred!

Anonymous said...

Im driving down my country lane at 5AM. Darkest before dawn. Just got up. I see blinking red light ahead. I see blinking red light getting bigger. Im driving slowly enjoying tea. Im tuning radio stations. I know theyre doing road work. I assume a warning sign. My wife screams BIKE. I swerve at the last second. I didnt sleep for days. Some guy tried to run me over in a parking lot. I got the license plate. I reported it. Couldnt do anything because out of state and no driver description. I kept waiting for a visit from my local sheriff. I should have at least apologized.

Fierce Panties said...

FAIL

Kapitan said...

JEN&
CHRIS

That vid ought to be a perfectly ordinary everyday occurence; just a young(ish) couple riding through town. But they make it up to be a fucking EVENT. "Film us, dude! We're awesome!" "Yeah, you totally are! Ride, man! RIDE FOR ALL OF US!!!". Bollocks. If I'd been a driving instructor, I'd be obliged to order my hapless student to give chase and terminate with extreme prejudice. THAT could go on Youtube.

bikesgonewild said...

...i am not a fan of cadel evans & in fact i'm one of those folks who's boorish enough to make fun of the lad when he goes off on one of his little tirades...

...me being one of the original mtb guys, ya might think i'd enjoy seeing a a top mtb guy like cadel come over & make a name for hinself in the pro peleton...nope, not me...

...but all that being said, i stand & doff my cycling cap to the little aussie rider...

...congratulations, cadel evans, 2009 world road champion...(never thought i'd say that) you both read & rode the race of your life...you marked when it was intelligent to mark & you attacked when it counted out of a very competitive field...props to you...

Anonymous said...

should read:

"If you're a pedestrian, you've almost certainly been hit or almost hit at some point by a cyclist who's either oblivious or actively stupid."

bikes are the enemy...

Anonymous said...

Is anyone else out there wondering what RTMS means? Is it a game? I thought of Really Tight Man's Shorts. Can anyone beat that?

Anonymous said...

recently I started driving again after about 5 years away from the car. The first thing I noticed was how random and hostile the bikes are. Some cars are like that too but there is actually a sort of conformist self-policing that keeps most auto drivers in line.

But the bikes...on the curb, off the curb, backwards, parallel, perpendicular, or whatever. Lots of attitude and little flips of the hands to let you know they're just going to S L I D E across three lanes of 40mph traffic. so cool and you really look good in those stretch jeans too

Yarrp said...

Now you can shut up bagging Cadel Evans, alright?

Bestial said...

DOGY STYL
or
DUKY STYL

Depending on your preference...

d. fofonov said...

Is not good to be ride in bicycle. For being better to be ride on bicycle.

Fuck, no one is learning good English.

sufferist said...

Facebook is down right now, so I have to post my banalities here.

"OMG! My friend was like all, she likes you. Then I was all like, for real for real? And she was all like, no psyche. I was like totally devastated."

Thanks, I had to get that out to world before my head exploded.

landis in 06 said...

damn it, i couldn't get past question 1, hearing that song brought back child hood memories...well maybe not.

BMD said...

http://www.velonews.com/article/98688/evans-solos-to-world-road-crown

Its the seventh sign of the apocalypse. Cadel Evans, AKA "Sits on wheel"(his aboriginal name), is the road world chanpion.

Anonymous said...

Student drivers talking on cell phone...where I jus came from (Port Townsend WA) it is considered normal to ride "no hands" whilst texting. Bikers rule this town!

Naarp said...

BMD, you snotface - get some indigenous Australian lexicography under your belt before you presume to opine in your Yanktastic (we call you 'seppo' down here, you know?) manner about things of which you know naught. 'Sits on wheel', more like 'Blows your face clean orf'. Better'n all you Septic drug cheats. Hah.

ant1 said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMQk8Uncl9k

mikeweb said...

Nice ant1 - I've always had the urge to do that, for older folks though didn't want to accidentally injure them...

BilloBallo said...

This hipster bikers vs. drivers thing seems to be a globalized issue. Here's a (pretty funny) report from Berlin:

http://www.ichwerdeeinberliner.com/2009/05/16-personal-transportation.html

ice cube said...

hi y'all. hope everyone has seen the awesome jc penny ad with hip guy "palpin" a scarf carrying his fixie with risers and oury grips. loved every second of it! the bubble has burst.

Corbin said...

That ad brought tears. But maybe even more saddening is this salmoning high-fiver creepily spinning out on his mountain bike up and down the avenues.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMQk8Uncl9k

CommieCanuck said...

Look, if someone is stupid enough to buy at CC, they deserve to get fucked on prices. You don't go to a Thai brothel then complain about the green spots on yer schlong a month later.

I'm seriously buying Honda stock-they've tapped into the last vestiges of North American laziness by motorizing stools -no longer do we have to kick our feet like suckers.

Apply this technology to toilets and you have a real winner..add a lithium battery and a solar charger -bingo, sales are through the roof in California starting with Ed Begley Jr...paint it white and get a guy in a black turtle neck to announce it...the iShitter is born. People are already lining up at the Manhattan Apple store. Yes, it will have G4 networks, Bluetooth and HD video. The 'shuffle' button randomly decides if you are doing #1 or #2.

Anonymous said...

quite possibly the WORST article ever written by the WaPo: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/09/27/AR2009092703241.html?hpid=artslot

Reed Enwright said...

For all of you who like to post links, but don't seem to know how to embed them ... PLSE LERN

Cheers

naats said...

Really came across through all of your opinion,at last i found so many trips and really enjoyed.Keep in touch.

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