Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Quick, This Way! Everybody Follow Me!

That's right, once again it's time to head over to Old Man Brooks's house, so click here for today's post:


(You can also click here if you're slow on the uptake.)

While we're there, one of us will be murdered, and the rest of us will run around trying to solve the mystery under the guidance of a saucy butler.


See you back here tomorrow.

Kisses,


--Wildcat Rock Machine

134 comments:

Ted K. said...

39. We use the term “surrogate activity” to designate an activity that is directed toward an artificial goal that people set up for themselves merely in order to have some goal to work toward, or let us say, merely for the sake of the “fulfillment” that they get from pursuing the goal. Here is a rule of thumb for the identification of surrogate activities. Given a person who devotes much time and energy to the pursuit of goal X, ask yourself this: If he had to devote most of his time and energy to satisfying his biological needs, and if that effort required him to use his physical and mental faculties in a varied and interesting way, would he feel seriously deprived because he did not attain goal X? If the answer is no, then the person’s pursuit of goal X is a surrogate activity. Hirohito’s studies in marine biology clearly constituted a surrogate activity, since it is pretty certain that if Hirohito had had to spend his time working at interesting non-scientific tasks in order to obtain the necessities of life, he would not have felt deprived because he didn’t know all about the anatomy and life-cycles of marine animals. On the other hand the pursuit of sex and love (for example) is not a surrogate activity, because most people, even if their existence were otherwise satisfactory, would feel deprived if they passed their lives without ever having a relationship with a member of the opposite sex. (But pursuit of an excessive amount of sex, more than one really needs, can be a surrogate activity.)

Anonymous said...

one more lap?

Kraig said...

Don't forget, please and thank you at Old Man's Brooks leather emporium

Anonymous said...

Ta-Da! 24 hours without a major cycling incident!

cycle

Anonymous said...

I'll be the first to point out "While we're there, one of us we'll be murdered, " apparently happens after the English langues is murdered.

Anonymous said...

The collapse of the Aust $ means that Brooks now cost more than the rest of my bike. Isn't it time you spruiked Velo-Orange instead?

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

I rode 29 miles on my Brooks saddle this weekend. Not recumbent comfy but pretty damn close.

DB said...

I'm awake!
Now over to old man Brooks' house.

Ricochet said...

PORTLAND'S USELESS COMMENT

dop said...

Scranus top ten

Spokey said...

damn ted kept me outta top tennis

or my lazy butt did

Anonymous said...

I can't believe Ted K. is up to 39! Has it been that long?

dop said...

SUVs and dual suspension bikes indeed. When I was looking for a mountain bike, the owner of the shop in Briarcliff insisted I buy a dual suspension model. His pitch was that the local parks (Graham Hills and Blue Mountain) were so difficult I didn't stand a chance.

Put me down for a hard tail from bikes direct.

BikeSnobNYC said...

dop,

It's amazing, people can't comprehend the idea of riding a non-suspension mountain bike at all anymore.

Unless it's a "fat bike."

--Wildcat Etc.

Blog Drafter said...

Damn, I was planning on doing some yard work this morning and wound up watching and reading this instead. Other than the obvious non-drive side out mistakes, a highly entertaining vicarious delight.

Anonymous said...

I come here to read Ted. This BSNYC clown is an afterthought.

JLRB said...

Anon @ 7:58 - perhaps its time you get the fugh out of Australia

Early doors today - time to go leave a Trump in Mr. Brook's loo

dop said...

btw...I started reading this morning's post in Tarrytown Station (at the Tappan Zee) and finished it while riding along The Mighty Hudson...America's River (that pale spot on the cliff is from a rockslide a few years ago)

DB said...

DOP and Snob:
Thanks to my Metro North excursion on the 4th of July to Cortland, I could follow your travelogue perfectly.
Nice country up there. Hoped to see some metal plates fall from the Tappan Zee bridge, but not that day.
dop: good luck in the triathlon this weekend.
It is this weekend, right?

Anonymous said...

vsk said ...

To Brooks it is . . .


vsk

babble on said...

Mr dop - I absolutely love that we live in the digital age. How marvellous that with the click of a link I could so easily share in a moment from your morning commute. How cool is that?

K. Another click or two and I'm off to the UK. :)

Anonymous said...

What was in your sandwich?

dop said...

DB-

No tri this weekend. I was feeling great after a run 2 weeks ago, but a few hours later my knee decided it wouldn't bend. Since then it's been biking & swimming for me. I deferred until next year.

I should take another look at those swim new York events, but those people are crazy.

BamaPhred said...

A travelogue! I miss the fly6 porn. Yes Sir Snob, there are Shooting Fred's,

P. Bateman said...


hey old manyBrooks! i signed up for the cambium test team....send me something for free already. i've worked hard and deserve it.

plus my ass is very desirable. i can provide references on that. it has a lot of good feedback it can provide.

they are hitting the mountains today. the race will be won here. or there. whatever. whichever. not sure. but i do know its not "we'll"

dop said...

Babs-

When you're in the UK, could you pick me up a little something? I'll glady reimburse you.

P. Bateman said...

Rugby? Who wants to go to Rugby?

why are the brits so gawd dang adorable. i want one. a little one to put in my pocket. i will feed her tea and biscuits.

Anonymous said...

Lush terrain..not sure if i mean scenic, or a good place to stumble around drunk.....

Anonymous said...

What was in your sandwich?

P. Bateman said...


snob, what is that allen bolt under the tip of your saddle? what does that do?

that sir, is a pretty dang nice bike. hardtails are so much nicer.

and are you eating white bread? hmm.

DB said...

dop:
Sorry about the knee.
NYCSwim has essentially disbanded best I can tell.
They are sponsoring the Manhattan Island Swim this year and that's it.
I loved the Brooklyn Bridge swim last year and was hoping to do the Statue of Liberty swim this year, but they aren't organizing the swims this year.
The reasons are that Hurricane Sandy knocked out lots of tide and current measuring devices along with lots of the volunteers' boats. They lost some of their long time volunteers due to the usual reasons, and I imagine dealing with NYPD, Coast Guard, Environmental agencies, water taxis and stopping river traffic for awhile took its toll.
Swimming under that bridge is still one of the best things I've ever done. Hopefully they'll be back some year.

Anonymous said...

Excuse me, could you tell me what was in your sandwich, please? Thank you.

Serial Retrogrouch said...

i'm assuming you were the only cyclist on board... the min another one shows up the staff go into panic mode as it seems the critical mass of cyclists on an MTA train is 2.

Anonymous said...

Hardtail from Bikes Direct?

A Windsor, Motobecane, Gravity, Dawes, or the venerable FS?

Anonymous said...

Just a clinical description of the sandwich's contents would suffice. That's not asking too much, is it?

crosspalms said...

Apparently there are sandwich Freds, too.

Another lovely travelogue, I enjoyed it. Glad you didn't get shot.

crosspalms said...

Perhaps you could tweak the robot inquisitor so that people forced to choose various foods would actually be exposed to your sandwich.

Jean-Francois Caron said...

I'm pretty sure that brown orb is some kind of naval mine. Maybe a relic from WWII. Did they mine the rivers to prevent U-Boat attacks?

GreySpoke said...

I'm not certain that Old Man Brooks would approve of the crust on your bread.
Where is Eric "The Chamferer" when you need him?

Spokey said...

As I rode, it was disturbing to think that somewhere in that range was the shooting equivalent of me: a lousy marksman with a fancy gun. If we were to encounter each other it would merely be a question of who struck first. Either he’d mistake me for a target and shoot me, or else I’d go tearing around a blind corner and run him over from behind.

OR he'd try to shoot snobbie and of course miss. Perhaps shoot himself. And snobbie coming around the corner would of course crash before he could run over the shooter

babble on said...
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wishiwasmerckx said...

I'm going with Braunschweiger Liverwurst based on the photo.

Anonymous said...

Got up early and took the car to a license branch, forgoing my usual bike commute. My intent was to get an enhanced driver’s license so that during an upcoming trip to Seattle I could take a side trip to Vancouver to see if I could happen upon a Babble sighting.

But guess what? Those kinds of driver’s licenses only work as passport substitutes if you live in a border state, like Washington. Those of us in the flyover states have to have actual passports. “United” states, huh?

Mmm, fish.

babble on said...

Mr dop - have you actually tried that stuff? Even true blue Brits spread it on toast sliver thin so as not to gag. Sorry to hear bout yer knee. Running is a distant memory for me, but I love how efficient it is for triggering that dopamine/endorphin rush, and how every so often it feels as if your feet are barely touching the ground... almost as if you could fly. But then I noticed that if you sweat yer ass off climbing a mountain, you can fly down it at great speed.

Snobbers - you never mentioned whether you were up the river with or without a paddle. And did I miss something? I didn't see one single pink canoe.

OMG that video was precious. You know, the food on trains hasn't changed one. bit. Those little packages of biscuits? Very same ones. Guaranteed. But the whole train system is pretty sweet, and they're just so civilized about the way they manage things like accomodating cyclists. And kids. I love the UK.

Robot aksed me to identify food, and I wasn't sure whether the two whole lobsters stood up leaning on one another and staring at me from a plate qualified. NO marmite in sight.

babble on said...

Well bring yer passport, then, and come for a ride. I am restricted to Bea bike for the next few weeks, but she moves.

Anonymous said...

You know what? I don't want to know what was in your sandwich anymore.

And don't bother posting all the details now thinking you're being clever or witty, because you be being either.

NYCHighwheeler said...

"... if I encountered a local I figured I’d just point to the picture of the independent bookstore and smile." - Le Snob de NYC
The funny thing is that if you were lost in Blue Mountain Reservation, and showed someone a picture of Bruised Apple Books, there is a decent chance that person would be the owner of the store. The owner is a avid cyclist, and very skilled mountain biker who has built some great trails in the park. In addition to S-Plus, he also remade the trail that starts at the grass field on the left when you enter the park from Washington street. It is now some of the best flowing singletrack around.

Glad you enjoyed your trip!
Fergie

Anonymous said...

Ahh, hell yeah, Blue Mountain. Come up a little further and hit up Stewart for a bit more flow, if that's your thing. You can easily put together a bomber 10 mile loop without hitting the same trail twice.

Comment deleted said...

I really enjoy your blogulations of travelesence, Snobbie. I can almost smell the vague scent of urine...

dop said...

My hardtail from bikesdirect? Why, the Motobecane 700HT. (Glad you asked). I figure a $500 bike I ride 2-3 times a year is more economical than a $2,000 bike ridden the same amount. I'm just about down to $25 per ride, and falling.

Freddy Murcks said...

On my way to work this morning I saw an uber road fred out for an uber fred roadie ride. He was wearing a helment but he hadn't bothered to buckle the chin strap. I'll be the first to agree that whether or not to wear a helment is a matter of personal choice that is none of my business, but if one is going to slap the foam hat on and not bother to buckle the chin strap they might as well not bother to wear the fucking thing at all. Honestly, I suspect that the uber road fred is a stupid asshole and that he put the helment on to make his wife happy, but failing to buckle the chin strap is his little act of rebellion.

paulb said...

Love that cornball BR film. "Bored as a Bactrian camel" is good. Next time link to that Repack doc from the 70s, the one with the Red Pony music. Bet Jack would take you on his Lost Lanes too.

Dick Cheney said...

Please bi-sickler. Do come on to the shooting range. I dare you.

Anonymous said...

Meh. You could buy a similarly spec'd POS from another LBS for a lil bit more and blah, blah, blah, you know the rest. Unless you do your own repairs, upgrades or swaps, you're bound to get the same ol 'tude from any LBS when you enter the door. Why be that guy?

BikeSnobNYC said...

Anonymous 12:54pm,

Yes, I have "raced" at Stewart on numerous occasions, great place to ride.

--Wildcat Etc.

Pathetic Old Cyclist said...

I like my dualie, my absolute concession to fredom, Kona Kikapu. But the bike I LOVE in the dirt is my hardtail.....so much more fun than the DS. The Kik was my gift to myself when I turned 50. Should have bought another hartail, though.

Anonymous said...

A sarcastic bike blogger who still shaves his legs is like new potatoes without the mint. I have no idea what that means. Loved the 1955 video, I didn't realize Rivendell was making bikes back then.

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

I don't know about his meat and/or cheese choices but there's only one condiment fit for a snob's sandwich.

Freddy Murcks said...

I noted with horror that that none of the bikecyclists in the video were wearing helments. The frequency of head injuries in 1955 must have been astonishing.

babble on said...

My dear Freddy, they all died just around the next bend.

Spokey said...

Grey Poop is my household mustard.

occasionally Maille's if i want a grainier variety

can't imagine making deviled eggs or tater salad with that French's or Heinz crap


and if robot makes me choose one of them, i simply will refresh or no post

David Olson said...

Ha ha. You said Pee-ksill

bieks said...

Being unable to ascertain the appropriateness of my own comments, I'll post here and dodge that bullet.

You know, if you were in England in the '50s, you could have hung up your tweed jacket as you wouldn't have a helment to hang on the hook. I haven't watched the end of the video yet. Did they all die?

Freddy Murcks said...

Yes, Bieks. But not for the reason that you are thinking. They encountered some unexploded WWII ordnance and they were all blown to bits while inspecting that particular local curiosity.

Anonymous said...

vsk said ...

Broke a spoke on my Olmo last night on the way home. Was doing pothole avoidance whilst applying copious amounts of pedal pressure.
Of course it's the rear drive side! But not to worry, I have spares.

Used the Langster today. It's laterally stiff and vertically stiff as well. In fact, oh wait, my knees are just stiff that's all. The bike really speaks to me though, it urges me to use a bike with multiple gears at my age/weight/condition/etc.

What's that? Oh, I'm sorry, I thought this was a bike blog or something.

Some fan of the beastie boys must have stole the VW from that VW micrabus.

NO sleep til idyllic sub Urbia!

Sr. Snob, please make fun of the sandwich stalker.

This concludes my K Vetching ... for a while...


vsk






Anonymous said...

Wanking and crying!

Anonymous said...

Froome put a couple of minutes into the other contenders today on the Col de Soudet. I think only Quintana has a chance against Froome in the mountains. Nibali is looking like a shade of his 2014 self without, wonder why that is? Contador is fading quickly and Tejay got a bitter taste of reality today. still early but looking like Froome's race to lose after his dominating performance today. What can I say, I still like the tdf.

Ted K Translated said...

We use the term “Strava” to designate an activity that is directed toward an artificial goal that people set up for themselves merely in order to have some goal to work toward, or let us say, merely for the sake of the “fulfillment” that they get from pursuing the goal. Here is a rule of thumb for the identification of Strava activities. Given a person who devotes much time and energy to the pursuit of goal X, ask yourself this: If he had to devote most of his time and energy to satisfying his biological needs, and if that effort required him to use his physical and mental faculties in a varied and interesting way, would he feel seriously deprived because he did not attain goal X? If the answer is no, then the person’s pursuit of goal X is a Strava activity. Hirohito’s studies in marine biology clearly constituted a Strava activity, since it is pretty certain that if Hirohito had had to spend his time working at interesting non-scientific tasks in order to obtain the necessities of life, he would not have felt deprived because he didn’t know all about the anatomy and life-cycles of marine animals. On the other hand the pursuit of sex and love (for example) is not a Strava activity, because most people, even if their existence were otherwise satisfactory, would feel deprived if they passed their lives without ever having a relationship with a member of the opposite sex. (But pursuit of an excessive amount of sex, more than one really needs, can be a Strava activity.)

dop said...

vsk-

Never heard of a langster, so I had to look it up. Seems to be a speciali*ed fixie. You gotta get out of Brooklyn more.

Anonymous said...

CHIK DICK

Anonymous said...

BIKE TRAN

Name said...

I thought the combovers in the british film were outstanding until I saw Thomas Cole picture. Sensational!

Name said...

There is only one thing I don`t understand about WRM.

He makes just fun of all the silly things Freds, Fixers and assorted dorks do that are uselless and out of place for their riding . But not only does he shave his legs but also make fun of people for NOT shaving. Baffling.

boobs said...

boobs

1904 Cadardi said...

All these years and today is the first time I bothered to read the motto on the BSNYC seal.
RFLMAO!

I'm still not convinced that isnt a Monty Python skit.

crosspalms said...

Maybe Snob is older than we think. I used to have hairy legs but age has rendered them even balder than my head (if you can have bald legs, which I do, so QED yes you can). Am I noticeably faster? Ha!

bad boy of the north said...

ahh.....peekskill and its' brewery.....did anyone partake?

Spokey said...



cp

i seem to be noticeably slower. so should i start shaving my nose? or eyebrows?

bad boy of the north said...

Ms.babble....bon voyage on your trip across the pond.don't forget to write .

babble on said...

OMG, if only it were so... I miss that place.

JLRB said...

Whatpressureyarunninginthatsammich?

BikeSnobNYC said...

Name,

Stopped for awhile but it felt wrong, so now I split the difference and trim with clippers,

So I still get to make fun of everyone.

--Wildcat Etc.

bad boy of the north said...

Sorry...thought you were going.my bad.

Anonymous said...

Pimento cheese, the caviar of the South.

People on 'ludes should not drive said...

Today's date has a significance for the druggies of the 70's

Anonymous said...

"Today's date has a significance for the druggies of the 70's"

Also for Dragnet and Babe Ruth fans.

Dooth said...

I've owned a few a mountain bikes. My top three: a Maruishi, a Specilalized Stumpjumper and a Trek 850...but I never rode them off-road! I'm so freakin provincial, the thought of finding trails "upstate" never crossed my mind. Now, I know...thanks Wildcat.

No Need to Thank Me said...

More significance of today’s date:

Ruth–Aaron pair

714 = 2 × 3 × 7 × 17, sum of twelve consecutive primes (37 + 41 + 43 + 47 + 53 + 59 + 61 + 67 + 71 + 73 + 79 + 83), nontotient, … the smallest number that uses the same digits in bases 2 and 5, area code for Orange County, California.
714 is the number of home runs hit by Babe Ruth. It remained a record for a long time.
Flight 714 to Sidney is a Tintin graphic novel.

Anonymous said...

vsk said ...

dop - Das Langster ist in pretty original shape. ...because it gets little use!
I'll find that fucking flange hole and put a spoke in it.
The brooklyn hipster thing is my friend Neal - 64 CM 1978 Raleigh Competition frame I sold him- yellow bar tap, suzue disco hubs w yellow aero rims, rack and milk box on the back for carrying stuff to ... you could have guessed it Ft Tilden Beach at the end of the hilpster rainbow.

My workout regime is pretty awesome. Get lost in some facebook nonsense in the morning, leave late, pedal hard.
I like the concept of leverage (or leeeverage as I've heard it said) so I'll get my road bike in good shape again. It's a Bontrager Select Aero wheel. It has held up well but I have given it good thrashings in NYC. Don't want low spoke counts any more though.

I have a Cannondale hard tail CAAD2 I think? Frikkin fatty head shok is a pain.
Bontrager Big Earl 2.4" tyres though. I can ride on soft beach sand at my poundage.

Always fun to carry 2 pumps: tire + suspenzione.


vsk

dop said...

The Cisco Kid always carried 2 guns.

DB said...

McFly:
Lots of bad weather in your area. You okay?

babble on said...

Bad boy - I clicked to get there, following Snobi Wan across the drink, only to biekcycle along the Hudson river. A transcontinental virtual visit. :)

Roille Figners said...

How dare you talk that way about Serge Onnen's Planetarium Monetarium?

Roille Figners said...

you go in there and it's tons of kaleidoscopes 'n' pennies

I unironically say it is kind of cool.

Count of Sprint said...

oh well

Roille Figners said...

Oh and talking about running someone over from behind, and then starting the next paragraph with "in the end" --- GOLDSNOBBYGOLD

I would say as much at Ol' Man Brooks' but my comment and my drinking habit both are awaiting moderation and anyway they can moderate my colonial SCHLONG!

Roille Figners said...

or is that baronial schlong?

Count of Sprint said...

I guess we'll just have s century

come'on dop, JLRB, WIWM, Ricky Porte start pulling

Roille Figners said...

the thing is, I know you guys are out there lurking. Cockblockers!!!!!

Spokey said...

Spokeymon going for a century

Roille Figners said...

nbaaaaarrrg

Roille Figners said...

DAAAAMAAAAAT!!!!!! I KNEW IT!!!

Spokey said...

lurking?

never

just sucking Quintana's wheel until the right momentum

and lucky. robot started asking for drinks at this post

Roille Figners said...

"Do you think it normal that our best amateurs become nothing but 'gregari'?"





What I see in the picture... I THINK it's food...

Roille Figners said...

I got the drinks too but even that was a little, ehhhhhhhh.... iffy. Like is a bottle of Kaopectate a drink per se?

Spokey said...

kinder to me

got a beer and some mixed cocktail. entirely drinkable

i think robot finally got the message. i don't like cake


news flash. speakeasy too soon. got cake. I DON'T LIKE CAKE

Roille Figners said...

Yeah one of those cakes looked like a sundae but I took a chance and, sure enough. I think Skynet & the Matrix are already online, Google is their love-child and we're just its 5th grade science experiment.

Next category: Laxatives in rap. Ready, go.

Have a good evening!

Roille Figners said...

No wait a minute... not a laxative... the opposite!

THIS time it's all, select all the cookies. And one of them is fucking WHOOPIE PIES but I picked it anyway, and sure enough...

ken e. said...

less jaded over here thinks... (burning smell),

SUPR COOL
KLYD OSCP

and for the record, my avatar is riding a king kikapu circa mid 00's

bad boy of the north said...

Ms.babble.....just like a virtual cosmic trip to vancouver.....

babble on said...

Zactly.

And heyyyyyy - that was very impressive, Mr Figners, the way you landed the page of the rapping song right at the kaopectate lyric. Oh, and thanks a lot. That is a stick-in-your-head-all-day-long sort of song.

babble on said...

Hmmm... and speaking of dem dere links: I am beginning to see a resemblance between Fausto Coppi and a certain Crash Test Dummy. Not the riding skillz, of course, but the broken bones. And the rampant drug use. You know, cause dope is for dopes and I am broken and doped to the gills AGAIN these days.

If only the cause and effect thing worked the other way. If I could just line up all of my broken bones and mushed up brain cells, and hours in the saddle, like ducks in a row, and then suddenly I could be a world class rider like Mr Coppi.

Giving my head a shake... and dreaming on.

McFly said...

None to speak of. The TDF is great for getting off work at 2:30 and firing up the last 30K on DVR and taking a killer nap when it's 117 degrees out.

I will wake up with 2.6k to go and be like FOOKIN-A I MISSED THE DAMN BREAK!

Snob got me wantin to MTB. Me n hunny hit Percy Warner in Nash Vegas yesterday. Had to take her there for my step dads super-doc nephew to slip his greasy finger in her fudge tunnel and see what the deal was. Polyp of course. TMI I know. I came back in and a disposable light was shining from the garbage and I told her I was getting it out for my bike cuz it probably cost $976.

Postman said...

The old post office in Vancouver had these alcoves on the outside of the building where the fire escape stairwells exited. Every night the post last call drunks would empty their bladders there and our stairwells would always smell of stale urine. One day they moved all the doors so they were flush to the outer wall and the urine smell was just a bad memory. Your blog triggers bad memories in this mail man... I'm feeling disgruntled now.

JLRB said...

Roilie - Saw your namesake (of sorts) playing in the celebrity softball tournie of the All-Snooze game yesterday.

McFly - I am confused - did the procto exam result from the mtn-bikey adventure?

dop said...

It looks so strange to see no third rail on the metro north tracks.

McFly said...

No no sorry..... we were in Nashville for the butt light appt and hit the Percy Warner trail system while there. I cannot verify that CYCLING GIVES HAS BALL CANCER! Apparently the ass polyp does not bother her when riding. But it will when he cuts it out Aug 14th. Ouchie.

McFly said...

Froome is a lock. Anyone that can turn themselves inside out....which is apparent from his arm in this photo, has the mountains covered.

El Pistolero said...

Not to worry. Tonight I will have a dope-steak for dinner and wash it down with a cocktail of masking agents. On Plateau de Beille, I will make Froome look like one of those touring Englishmen in the train video. Venga Venga!!

JLRB said...

Uh oh - we forgot to get the clues going. I think bibshort guy offed under-Cipo guy with Eric the Chamferrer's knife in the kitchen for looking to plussed (and drinking milk out of the carton).

JLRB said...

McFly - Ouchie is right - hope it goes well. It makes me wonder - just how does one decide to be a butt doctor? is it a choice? nature vs nurture? Is it a sought after slot, or is it what happens if you skip doctor assignment day in med school and go for a mountaineering beik ride?

Anonymous said...

Babs loves the digital age, a click and you're seeing dop's commute, a click and you're in England, a click and you're in someone's bedroom...

McFly said...

Yeah I think we got out in front of it. Her and her mom were just cracking jokes about that particular discipline a couple of months ago. Now we bow before him. Well....I bow.....she bends.

dop said...

Median salary internist ~190k
Median salary gastroenterologist* ~350k
Median salary infectious disease** ~200k




*Butt doctor
**Same years of training as a butt doctor

Anonymous said...

Snob, I know you have a thing about disembodied hands, arms, etc., well how about a disembodied trackstand?

http://i.guim.co.uk/img/static/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/7/9/1436452852191/f6916765-213f-497a-b5cd-27f78844122d-2060x1236.jpeg?w=620&q=85&auto=format&sharp=10&s=ff1d214d2b709a0806b68f4ed8253c33

Anonymous said...

vsk said ...

Just waiting at the west end of Snobby Park track for the pack of commenters to come round.

vsk

JLRB said...

McFly - Did you say "cracking" jokes about butts

DOP - As always, follow the money - makes sense

McFly said...

His name is.............Dr. Aston.....I crap you negative.

Angry Beaver in Miramichi said...

Just catching up on the Daily Snob Newspaper (well "daily" is a bit of an exaggeration). Tuesday's Comments, "CC" wins handsdown. Learned is French from Pepe le Pew, indeed, Pepe was way ahead of his times, not only did he always try to win the tail of a super fox (well, skunk), but he was aways putting the moves on Sylvester too.

paulb said...

Brits lived under what we'd now call austerity for many years after WW2. Food rationing didn't end until 1954. Dunno about travel restrictions. I wonder if that British Rail film was a deliberate effort to encourage Brits to turn their thoughts from the lean years toward something more healthy, mobile, and well-fed. Everyone in there, bar the child on the tandem, would have experienced the war.

Anonymous said...

The Brazilian Women's Cycling Team went for a training ride wearing Brazilian Bikinis, every where they went there were car crashes galore until the Mounted Police escorted them off the road and put them up in a Motel 8.

Macros Satu said...

Assalamualaikum ... Hallo gan, salam kenal ! Ane dari De Nature Indonesia minta izin buat promo sekalian titip link ya gan, Mohon komentar ane jangan dihapus ... :)

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