Thursday, July 16, 2015

Prediction: Tour de France Prologue in Pyongyang by 2020

Tour de France riding person Chris Froome wants you to know that all this fuss over his suspicious power output files isn't doing anybody any good--and by "anybody" he means him:


The leaked data from Froome’s ascent of the Ventoux also shows a markedly low maximum heart rate, which never rises above 161 beats per minute even when launching the vicious attacks that saw off both Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana approaching the summit.

Wow!  Now that's impressive.  A typical Fred will easily exceed that heart rate while using the toilet, or reading about the aero benefits of the new Specialized Venge-Schmenge.  (Doing both simultaneously is enough to send the typical Fred into cardiac arrest.)

Froome, however, is no typical Fred.  In actuality, he is either a superhuman Über-Fred by birth, or else he is a Fred who has been doped to the gills:

“I’ve even put that part of the data out there in my book: my maximum heart rate is only around 170 so after two weeks of a grand tour, I’m quite surprised it went to 160 if that’s what they’re saying,” Froome said. “That’s normal, once I get two weeks into a Grand Tour: 10 beats off my maximum when I’m going as hard as I can. That’s pretty normal – for me, anyway.”

Either way, I believe that's what the millennials call a "humblebrag."

Meanwhile, Marc Madiot is very upset about the fancy-schmancy motorhome that Sky used at the Giro:



It’s a question of equity. Not all the teams are rich enough to buy more and more vehicles. Bretagne-Séché Environnement at the Tour de France, Bardiani-CSF at the Giro d’Italia or Caja Rural at the Vuelta a España, their budget is about one tenth of the biggest teams’. The charm of our sport is that they still have a chance to win a stage or something. Everyone has the right to dream. If we keep increasing the gap between the rich and the poor, we’ll lose one recipe for our success. I don’t see any new sponsor coming in cycling and putting millions to create a new team. Some of the existing teams are economically in danger. Five years ago, we were twenty-five teams competing for a World Tour license, this year the eighteen spots aren’t filled. By raising the bar too high, cycling might struggle to attract sponsors even more than now.

Hey, he makes a good point.  Even US Postal had to do its transfusions in the team bus--and speaking of US Postal, this guy is still trying to make all this about him:


Yeah, no they're not.  He really needs to leave the sport alone, let the current crop of freaks defend themselves, and get himself on a reality show already.  It's the only decent thing left for him to do.

Unfortunately, between the doping accusations and Ivan Basso's testicular cancer, he keeps finding opportunities to Ned Ryerson his way back into the conversation.

Somewhere underneath all of this there's also a bike race going on, but I have yet to find it.

Speaking of Freds, they keep coming up with new ways to be complete and utter weenies, which is why they're now wearing leg warmers with integrated "deoxygenated blood sensors," whatever the hell that means:


Until now, a lactate threshold test in a lab with a blood draw was the only way to accurately measure a rider’s lactate threshold. BSX Insight is a new device designed to guide you through the process and give you a test that measures your levels of deoxygenated blood. It then compares those levels to known trends in the relationship between deoxygenated blood levels and the production of lactate. The test can even be done at home with a trainer, a powerful fan, power meter, and the new $370 BSX Insight — Cycling Edition.

The Insight tethers to your ANT+ devices, such as a power meter and a heart rate monitor, and then feeds that information to your phone, along with data on blood lactate levels. This is where things get interesting: the BSX Insight device measures the levels of deoxygenated blood using an LED light that looks through your skin on the back of your calf and into your blood stream. The BSX software — its secret sauce — then takes those oxygenation levels and converts them to a lactate threshold number. No more finger pricks every few minutes.

Oh my god.

If you are even contemplating using something like this and you are not a highly-paid professional athlete, you need to do one of two things immediately:

1) Get a freaking life;

or

2) Get a freaking medical degree.

At least if you do #2 you can channel your freakish obsessions into a meaningful career instead of commingling them at your own expense with your stupid hobby that helps nobody.

Yes, we've finally entered into the long-awaited Age of Total Fred Automation, in which every single aspect of Lycra-clad bicycle riding is governed by some sort of electronic command, alert, or notification.  Gone off course?  "BEEP!" goes the Garmin.  Some other Fred stole your KOM?  "Get it back!" goads the Strava.  About to drive into a garage with your bike on the roof rack, because your coach tells you to avoid "junk miles" so you drive your bike everywhere?  "BUZZZ!" goes this thing:



Unfortunately it's not going to help, because we're all so inured to electronic notifications at this point that they completely fail to register, and unless the sensor also shuts off your engine I guarantee your going to drive right into the garage anyway.

And I should stress that this good, because few things are more entertaining than Fredly roof rack mishaps:


(I wouldn't want to live in a world where this didn't happen.)

Don't worry, it's okay to laugh.  Nobody got hurt, and it didn't happen to you.

By the way, I was intrigued to see that the Distracted Fred Roof Rack Alert System demonstration takes place in front of "Brentwood Car and Dog Wash:"


I had no idea combination car-and-dog washes were even a thing, but apparently they are:


So this means a typical Fred or Frederica's "to do" list now includes the following:

--Perform blood deoxygenation test
--Power wash the car
--Power wash the dog

That's a lot to keep straight.  No wonder we can't remember anything.  Looks like it may be time for the canine version of that roof rack alert system:


In the meantime, I'm going back to get the rest of the carcass off the road.

Amid all this,  I find myself yearning to live in a simpler society.  You know, one where we're not governed by our smartphones and the Internet--or perhaps one where we're not even allowed to access the Internet at all.  To that end, I've been looking longingly towards North Korea, where Pyongyang is rapidly transforming itself into the "totalitarian Copenhagen:"


Scoff if you will, but it's still more bike-friendly than Australia:

Bicycles are an expensive but increasingly popular mode of transport for many in the country where private car ownership, although on the rise, is still rare.

They are often used by women to transport goods to semi-tolerated markets, where one of the most common services is bicycle repair.

"Semi-tolerated" markets?  A pressing need for bicycle repair services?  I smell a business opportunity!

I mean not one where the government will let you keep any of the money you earn, but still.

Alas, even in North Korea, people are embarrassed to admit that they ride bikes:

Cockerell said the number of cyclists in Pyongyang appears to have increased by roughly 50% in recent years, although many residents remain unconvinced.

“They are not the most common form of transport for the average Pyongyanger, and many people I have spoken to have scoffed at the idea that they would ride a bike,” said Cockerell.

This is a sobering reminder of where cyclists lie on the transportation hierarchy.  You know you're low when even the North Koreans are scoffing at you.  What forms of transportation are even available to them in the first place?  "Ride a bike?  Ha!," scoffed the average Pyongyanger, as he rode indignantly away on a dog.

Lastly, back in the Land of the Free (or at least the Land of the Fees), check out this dramatic bike theft sting operation:



I really hope this is the backdrop for the next season of "True Detective."

97 comments:

RANTWICK said...

hah!

Anonymous said...

Second!
NH

You said...








PYONGYANGER!





Serial Retrogrouch said...

yellow reeks of peepee

Roille Figners said...

INDUSTERL SOSIATY AND IT'S FUCHER

Let us inkwyer about the menny ills aflikting our sosiaty.

RANTWICK said...

WHHAAAT? That first place finish was brought to you by pure dumb luck! It was the first time I checked the blog today... wild. I feel like I'm on Froome Shroomes, man.

Chazu said...

What happened to Prolly?

Roille Figners said...

Froome said, and I quote: "...beats off..."

uhhhuhuhhuh huhuhuhhuuh
eht eht eheheht eht

Roille Figners said...

Cockerell said:

1) My name is Cockerell.

uhhhuhuhuhuhuhuh
eht eht, eht eheheheht


2) "...Pyonyanger..."

huhuhuhuhuh ... coool
yeah, yeah eheheheht ... cool ehht eht

GreySpoke said...

He probably kept up for the first couple miles...

Paul Kirby said...

SCRANUS. Top 10. Lump.

Germany said...

die Skränuß

babble on said...

Wow!! Podium kisses Rantwick, Roille...

but you'd better not kiss me back, just incase shingles are actually contagious. Did you know that trauma can trigger shingles?!! Turns out I also broke a rib on Saturday, and now that stinking nerve has big, badass blisters all along it. What the actual fuck is going on??

PotbellyJoe said...

Dog and Car Washes were invented by the Romneys after they left Fido in his cage for the free wash with fill-up at an Esso station in Regina. Don't blame Ann, she was in buying a bag of milk.

McFly said...

I need an alarm that tells me my boat anchor is still deployed when I take off.

I don't want to talk about it.

PotbellyJoe said...

Babs, I got shingles when I was only 30. Stress-induced.

I had been working to launch a new research service for my company and had a string of consecutive 80hr+ work weeks that was nearing 30.

I woke up with the worst pain I have ever felt on my ribs/back and my wife told me to see a doctor.

He scolded me pretty harshly. Told me that being only 30 and without a compromised immune system, there was only one likely cause and that I should heed it as a warning and be thankful it wasn't my heart, blah blah blah.

I took my first week long vacation of my professional life and returned home to a job offer with a new company.

I don't know what it all means, or what my point is. I guess just that I hope yours is not a seeringly painful as mine was. Also, I was a member of the subpopulation that has a reaction to Valtrex. It fogged my mind and made my reactions decidedly delayed. It was a very interesting time to work in that office.

Emily Latella said...

What's all this talk about lactating and fingering your prick?? It hought this was a family blog, not the place to be talking about milk production and masturbation!!!

Oh, you mean lactic thresh hold and finger pricks.....Nevermind!

JLRB said...

So let's see. North Koreans scoff at the possibility of riding a bicycle. I think we can send them a new leader who promises to not ride a bike

And he won't let the Chinese mess with them either (although he may sell them an overpriced luxury condo in Manhattan).

babble on said...

After last year's floating shoulder, "Most excruciating" is a tough contest, but it certainly doesn't feel good. :-/

Bob Patterson said...

FINALLY, a deoxygenated blood meter. I can finally wear it during sex and not get into troule for taking a water break.

hildabeast said...

it's not fair, they have a better bus than the poor teams do.

Bob Patterson said...

The Mutt Romney blues
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TW_hE1jZWgY

JLRB said...

Babs- yick - I've had shingles not once but twice in my life. I hope they caught it early - quick treatment can avoid long-term nerve damage, etc., or so my doctor tells me. You really are going through the wringer - rest well...

Comment deleted said...

Boy, I could watch bike-theft stings all day long. Castrate 'em with bolt-cutters, the bastards.

P. Bateman said...

so...only took 300 cops and one very pretty-man reporter to bring that supervillain to justice?

i'm not in support of bike thieves, but just seems like a lot of resources.

i could be wrong. it happened once before.

crosspalms said...

Do those $370 knee braces come in other colors? I'd like a red one to match my jersey. Maybe I'll get two so my knees will be different colors.

crosspalms said...

When it comes to lactate thresholds, I like chocolate milk better than regular. Except over cereal.

ubercurmudgeon said...

If you are looking to detox from all the latest Fredly nonsense, and to avoid incessant Tour coverage, I can recommend Sweden. Seriously, the list of Swedish Tour stage winners is one guy, and he moved to a pre-Sky Britain in order to have some sort of professional cycling career. Consequently, nobody gives a fuck about who is doping whom, as there is no national pride at stake either way. Plenty of people commute by bike, but they generally do so wearing sensible generic sports clothing, and mostly on old mountain bikes fitted with slick tyres, like the rest of the world did before Rapha, Specialized and like convinced people to spend vast sums on Merino wool and crabon.

PotbellyJoe said...

Being of mostly Swedish descent, I was always sad that Magnus Bäckstedt wasn't nicknamed the Swedish Meatball or something equally stupid, just so I could hear the crotchety Liggett come up with some ridiculous pun for it.

il Pirata est Mort said...

Healing kisses to our Ms Babs XXX

Anonymous said...

Hey, I used to live right behind that car & dog wash! Place was a hotbed of frederick activity, not to mention crack-dealing and rampant hyundai leasing

Shawn said...

More Thundercats

CommieCanuck said...

Loved the "sting", but I think it was staged. In real life, Lonnie would have got two blocks and then got clipped by an SUV.
Exactly why did they let him ride away? What was the point of the three cops watching the bike on the street?
Small wonder this happens every minute, when the only law enforcement is a military-like solution of men and equipment that looks bigger than anything seen in Baghdad. I was expecting an armed personnel carrier to swoop in and pick up ol' Lonnie.

Lonnie Pierce said...

They "let" me ride away because it was a setup to fram me. It was total entrapment, man. I won't ride anything that isn't lug welded triple butted steel. I thought that this site's readership would recognize that much.

Pathetic Old Cyclist said...

Commie,

I'm still trying to figure out why they bothered to lock the bike. If they really wanted to induce a theft, just leave it unlocked. It would have been quicker.

crosspalms said...

ubercurmudgeon,
I was spending vast sums on Merino wool before Rapha was born. OK, semi-vast.

blunchbelly said...

I was on the toilet and and almost died laughing reading of Froomey's max heart rate. For forty years I was a hard drinker and heavy smoker and my heart can go faster than that on a climb, the younger Fred's who pass are well above that. Sorry for over sharing now off to RAGBRAI, hope I don't gain too much weight on that tour.

wishiwasmerckx said...

Crosspalms, where I come from, we call that half-vast.

PotbellyJoe said...

@Pathetic Old,

If it's anything like NJ law, breaking a lock to steal something moves it up a degree, and in the case of a sub-$500 bicycle makes it a potential prison sentence instead of a misdemeanor that involves only community service and the like.

I served on a Grand Jury for 13 weeks and got to learn all of these things.

JLRB said...

Comment #40 and nobody mentioned the podio girl with Froome?

McFly must still be trying to bail his boat after the anchor not-away issue ...

Anonymous said...

TEDK
GONEAWAY?
No, TEDK., STAY:
NEED MY LEFTIST
RANTAWAY!

Tweed said...

Stealing a bike is like stealing a car but more personal? C'mon...I love my bike but I didn't conceive 8 of my 13 children on my bike, can't say the same for my '91 Geo Metro.

Pathetic Old Cyclist said...

PBJ,

Good point, but since you can't get thrown in jail for running a cyclist over, not much change of going to jail for stealing a bike. Thanks, I learned something about NJ jurisprudence, though.

babble on said...

Thanks, Il Pirata. K. I will stop oversharing now, too. This place just sorta feels like home, but that's just silly.



Anonymous said...

vsk said ...

Come on Ms. Babble! You have to stay together in one hot piece! Please be careful!

Stopped over by your virtual place before, but you were no where to be scene. I figured you'd be hanging out at Snobby's place. In any case, feel better soon! Keep sharing!

Channeling my old dearly departed flight instructor Tom:
->So this guy lands his brand new aeraplane gear up. What a mess, closed the runway for hours. Anyway, we asked him, don't you have a low altitude warning buzzer on that thing!?!?! And he says "Yes, but I turned it off, it annoyed me."

vsk









CommieCanuck said...

POC...

The Toronto police did a sting with and unlocked bike about 8 years ago. They arrested so many people in two hours they had to stop because of the paperwork. The video even shows people grabbing the bike as the cop was walking away from placing it.
I don't know what happened, but when I was a kid, we never locked our bikes (ok, this is a while ago and you had to be pretty tall to steal a penny farthing) but we just grew up learning two things: ya don't touch a guy's junk in the shower, ya don't touch someone else's bike.
I can only assume today there is also a lot more junk-touching in showers.

TUCH JUNK

BamaPhred said...

So Froome says, basically, he has the cardio vascular equivalent of Secretariat. Then that's why he dominated all the early races. I don't even want to believe any more

bad boy of the north said...

Ms.babs.....sounds like it's time for an excorcism.I'm not capable of performing one but I am sure our fearless leader can drum up a team for you.in the meantime...feel better young lady.

il Pirata est Mort said...

I was driving my drummer home the other night in the urban pit and while stopped at a light we saw a decent unlocked bike just resting against a scaffolding. Sez I to him, "The bike thief must have left it there." Sez he to me, "I was thinking the same thing."

Spokey said...

coveted 50

glad i went on that ride

the commentariat said...

So Babble, did you break the rib in the bike wreck or during particular aggressive lovemaking? Curious minds would like to know...

wishiwasmerckx said...

"At least if you do #2 you can channel your freakish obsessions into a meaningful career..."

Not sure how taking a dump translates into making a living, much less a "meaningful career."

Anonymous 16:49 said...

Babs —

Hope you get over your shingles and other ailments soon! Just last week I got an order from my doctor for a shingles vaccination. I’ve had it twice now — it was no fun either time, and I’m sure a third time would not be charmed.

Spokey said...


And I should stress that this good, because few things are more entertaining than Fredly roof rack mishaps:
. . .
Don't worry, it's okay to laugh. Nobody got hurt, and it didn't happen to you.


yes it did last june. but there was an upside. spousy gave my dino eater to sluggo so i got a new one in may. AND spousy feels sorry for my dent in the downtube (when the bike carrier jaws were ripped from it) and has okayed a new bike. thinkin of talkin to mr bilenky this fall.

crosspalms said...

Babble,
It's just one thing after another with you! Sorry to hear about the shingles and the rib. Can you still get around on Bea? Meanwhile, heal up!

Pathetic Old Cyclist said...

Commie,

When I was a kid I had my bike stolen from behind the backstop while I was playing catcher

Anonymous said...

Froome owed much of his strong finish to the work of his two teammates, oxygenated blood and human growthhormone.

KenzoJoe said...

"So this means a typical Fred or Frederica's "to do" list now includes the following:"
Shouldn't a female Fred be called a "Wilma"?

Regular guy said...

Pyongyanger? Isn't that another name for one who fofonovs?

DB said...

Reality show 19 Kids and Counting cancelled.
New show, 19 Bikes and Counting, The BSNYC Story to take its place.

Sorry about the shingles, Babble. Hope it's a mild case.

Blunchbelly: jealous of your upcoming Ragbrai. I'm skipping again this year. Still think BSNYC community should rent Team Sky bus and do it some year.
Enjoy the butterfly pork chop sandwiches, Tender Tom Turkey and the Pastafarians.

Freddy Murcks said...

MECHANICAL DOPING

Kerry said...

Sanctuary city....

Comment deleted said...

Freddy Murcks, yeah, my history needed cleaning anyway. Thanks!

Freddy Murcks said...

Glad I could be of service, CD. I didn't actually click on the link. I just Googled 'fleshlight' so I could see the address.

Seriously, all this talk of mechanical doping is just stupid. I don't doubt that it's possible and I don't doubt that somebody will eventually make a workable system that can be hidden in a racing bikecycle. But getting caught mechanical doping would be about as shameful as getting caught using a motherfetchin' fleshlight.

Spokey said...

Babs

my sympathies. my grandfather had shingles so I made sure I got the shingles shot. although my understanding is that it is no guarantee i figured it helped the odds.

dop said...

Shingles look nice, especially near the sea, where they can weather nicely, but I think aluminum siding(aluminium to you ) is more economical.

Feel better

Sledwood said...

It seems it's healthier to be a bike rangler in SF where it looked like he might get an ice cream cone on the way to jail I saw a clip where the LA cops just filled a kid with Lead

Dave said...

So I ponied up beaucoup bucks for the complete sequencing of my genome, so as to decide whether I should devote my life to the pro circuit and winning Le Tour, or just devote my life to beer and sex - not an easy choice given my incredible physical gifts - maximum heart rate of 47, etc. Well the machine ground away at it for hours and hours, putting millions of cascading green numbers falling down a wall-sized screen, and a white-coated team of really good-looking young scientists writing equations furiously on clear plexiglass panels, and eventually, way, way down in the corner of one chromosome, buried deep in the complex of genes that governs Cycling Potential, they found the answer - a sequence that when decoded, spelled out, "you suck, dude" with a tiny drawing of a raised middle finger.

So beer and sex it is! Huzzah!

Dooth said...

Pyongyanging out.

KFC Fred said...

Does anyone else find the new Col Sanders dude creepier than even The Burger King? I, (and 50 million others, at least) knew Harland Sanders, and you sir, are no Harland Sanders.

babble on said...

Crosspalms - I KNOW, right? That's EEEfuckingnough already. I got the photographs this time, though, and yeowza. There are a lot of sharp things in there. I will post them tomorrow so you can see why I really am a ghost in the machine.

THEN I will stop oversharing. Last year, a few members of my family told me in no uncertain terms that the blog will never be successful cause it sucks. They were convinced that it is a complete and UDDER waste of time, in part because it is too personal. Then another friend of mine, a man who had one of those eye in the sky Reuters corner offices in Times Square when 911 went down (so a fairly successful media executive) said that no, my personal story is what will make it work, and that in particular I ought to focus on health and wellness, cause in his words "You know stuff that most people want, and in fact need to know. That's your area of expertise and that's what you should write. That and your bikes."

I am torn.

Thanks for your good wishes, people. xo

keep_on said...

Babble,

You keep posting, girl. The Reuters duder is/was right. You need a 'thing' like snobby mixes the ironical statements and bieks and some personal flava.

wishiwasmerckx said...

Dearest Babble, I am no expert about publishing, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn last night, and my advice is keep posting pictures from Wreck Beach and your blog will have plenty of followers.

Anonymous said...

Who you gonna listen to, the successful person or some random dipshits you happen to be related to? Divorce your family.

Anyway, I've got the kind of shingles that are on your dick. So yeah try that one for oversharing.

Fred from Milan said...

That "Hot Pursuit" bicycle was locked by the front fork. With a $2-00 combination lock. It was so easy to undo that the thief didn't even have to bother taking the wheel off...

ce said...

"...as he rode indignantly away on a dog." Ha ha ha. Off to the dog wash.

Pathetic Old Cyclist said...

KFC Fred

Not only is the new Colonel bizarre, but so is the message. One commericial ostensibly states 'Stuck in traffic, buy a bucket so you have something to do while you sit going nowhere'. Just what we need to contend with.....douche bags distracted by fried chicken legs cell phones, and whatever else,
running our asses over on the side of the road.

foldable helmet said...

Thx for the info!

leroy said...

Sorry I'm late. My dog ate today's post. Said he didn't want me to get any ideas.

Not surprisingly, I have no idea what he's talking about.

Or why he's picketing the local car wash.

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

re: KFC Fred

I agree. That guy is a piece of work with his "He-he-he-he". Bizarre. I was almost moved enough to comment the same last night.

Not to turn this into a superbowl-esque "lets talk about commercials during the tour" thing (May not be an inane or questionable enough topic for this comment board.) but I get the feeling I'm watching a nightly 2 hour program of commercials with short commercials of the tour interspersed between the commercials.

Now Hannah and her horse -I can tolerate that one. I just tune out the dialog and focus on the visuals. Also Kudos to Geico for bringing back the caveman. Copier down office party is also one of my favs.


Pyongyangerscranus

Anonymous said...

Hannah +++1

Anonymous said...

$2 Billion bike helmet cancelled because it is Ugly!

"Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has canceled plans to build a large new stadium shaped like a bike helmet for the 2020 Olympics. The new Tokyo stadium, designed by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, had been criticized for its high construction cost and a design that some said clashed with traditional Japanese aesthetics.

“I have made a decision to take the plan back to square one and reconsider,” Abe told reporters Friday. He said he would seek out a new design with a lower construction cost. The bike helmet stadium had been projected to cost more than $2 billion."

dop said...

Keep blogging Babs, but don't use all your good stuff here, publish it in spoke'n'scene. It's like I tell my momma. Don't give it away.

dop said...

Or as Ruth Brown said of her 'sofa', If I can't sell it, I'll sit on it

babble on said...

Fair enough, and also, Snobi Wan would probably like his comment forum back ...

You guys rock a doodle doo. Thanks for your support. :)

bad boy of the north said...

col.sanders must turning over in his roaster with these commercials...his laugh sounds like renfield in "love at first bite".
oh....I picked ice cream.

babble on said...

LOL!! What a song! I love it!! Too funny. The best theme song...

It was made for comfort.
If I can't sell it, I'm sitting on it.
It's only been used once or twice, it's still nice n tight...

bad boy of the north said...

oops....meant."must be".that's why i'm not in publishing,and should it leave to experts like ms.babble.

dop said...

There will be a symposium this morning on Ruth Brown & her work. This will include be a talk by a feminist from Berkeley on the objectivization of women, along with a response from a neo-feminist blogger, "Turning the Tables: The 'Other' as Liberator and Outsider as Insider;The role of the jester moderne". A pillowfight in lingerie will follow.

babble on said...

They should hold the symposium in Vancouver, and everyone can go out afterward to catch Boy George and the gang in the Culture Club reunion which begins here tonight.

Anonymous said...

For any one considering using the Brentwood dog (and car) wash, my dog says the one in Montgomery has warmer water and the towels smell nicer.

Anonymous said...

vsk said ...

Yay Ms. Babble ! Keep posting away !


vsk

cara mengobati tipes said...

Tour De France in pyongyang 2020 its good idea for peace. your article is very good. thanks.

Gillian Parsley said...

This looks like the year would also questionable the winner.

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