Thursday, April 2, 2015

BSNYC *THURSDAY* Fun Quiz and Holiday Announcement!

First of all, please note that I will not be posting from Friday, April 3rd through Tuesday, April 7th.

I will return on April 8th with regular updates.

As time goes on this blog's posting schedule will be increasingly tethered to the school holiday schedule, and the schools are going to be closed the next few days in observance of some of the more popular Judeo-Christian superstitions.  For example, in my family, we load up our BB guns and celebrate the Avenging Easter Bunny of Death by shooting at raw eggs:

(We also say a special prayer.)

Then, once the kids are asleep, the grown-ups slip into the neighborhood houses and get totally plastered on the Elijah wine.

Hey, the Jews think it's a miracle and we get free booze.  That's what theologists call "win-win."

Second of all, here's a Tweet that was recently Tweeted in my direction:
Wow.  This may very well be the narrowest set of drop bars ever recorded:

In fact, they're so narrow that the drops barely clear the headtube, and I don't think you'd even be able to execute a full shift with those STI levers before hitting the opposite one:


Meanwhile, I was riding back home this morning when I witnessed a New York City Department of Sanitation truck run two stop signs in rapid succession--the second just as a pedestrian was about to step into the crosswalk.  One second later and he'd have been flattened like a cardboard box for recycling.  It's hard to put much faith in "Vision Zero" when the city can't even marshall its own employees.  Then you've got the bus drivers, whose union continues to fight driver accountability:

(Isn't "extreme safety" a good thing when you're talking about buses?)

As bus drivers waited to turn left at a traffic light, Tommy McNally handed them fliers warning of a new city law aimed at cracking down on motorists who injure or kill pedestrians and bicyclists. The law subjects motorists in such wrecks to a potential misdemeanor charge, fine and civil penalties.

“If you see anybody in the crosswalk, just hang out,” Mr. McNally, an official with a union representing city bus drivers, told one of them one morning last week. “Don’t get arrested.”

The leafleting by the Transport Workers Union Local 100 carried another message: Expect delayed buses if drivers, faced with the threat of arrest, take attention to safety to an extreme.

As you may recall, all of this started when police enforced the so-called "Vision Zero" law against hitting pedestrians and cyclists with the right of way (imagine that!) and the transit worker's union responded by attempting to incite some sort of class war.

Now they're threatening delays due to driving safely, despite the fact that "delayed" is the default speed of a New York City bus no matter how recklessly it's driven:

“Don’t expect to be on time,” J.P. Patafio, another union representative handing out fliers in front of Brooklyn Borough Hall, said in an interview. “Things could really slow down.”

I'd say threatening delays sounds like a Mafia protection racket, but in this case it's exactly the opposite.  The Mafia comes into your place of business and says, "Pay 'da protection money.  It would be a shame if the restaurant burned down," whereas the transit union is saying, "You'll be late either way, so it would be a shame if we drove more carefully and nobody got hurt."

I'm especially disappointed in this whole kerfuffle as a parent, because it fucks up my whole "Who are the people in your neighborhood?" sensibility.  Kids love riding buses, and when we do we always give the driver a friendly hello.  Sure, sometimes the driver responds like we just farted, but usually they respond in kind, and then I lead the whole bus in a spirited round of "The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round."

So it's a bummer that in a few years I'll have to explain to my kids that bus drivers want to be allowed to run them over so they need to be extra careful.

Also, I appreciate the job bus drivers do, but I've also seen them do some crazy shit, especially now that I live by the city line where both the New York City Buses and the Westchester Bee-Line Buses make their respective u-turns at the ends of their respective lines.

Now that's some fancy driving.

Moving on to marketing, sometimes confused people send me press releases:

Dear Bike Snob NYC Editors:
Inspired by the classic bike musette, WaterField Designs owner Gary Waterfield maintained the musette’s best features—its straightforward design and lightweight, compact convenience—and upgraded it with enhanced comfort, improved materials and increased functionality to create a handsome, new multi-use bag.

A designer musette?  Tell me more:

So it's a wearable bag for carrying your everyday items?  Yeah, it looks nice and all, but that's in no way a musette.

That's called a purse.

I'm firing my editorial staff.

And here's another press release, which stood out only because of the company's name:

Boeris Bikes celebrates 105 years. A company in continuous changing and modernization that accommodates to the needs of our clients.                                                                    

Artisan tradition and experience merge to create a precious product, thought for backing up your passions.

Our site is now updated with new pictures and contents in order to stay in close contact with those who enjoy, even online, the Made In Italy quality and efficiency.

Boeris Bikes?  I thought that was the name of the bike share system in London:

("Bikey sharing to the faraway towns...")

And now, I'm pleased to present you with a quiz.  As always, study the item, think, and click on your answer.  If you're right then fan-freaking-tastic, and if you're wrong you'll see when musettes attack.

Thanks very much for reading, ride safe, and beware the Avenging Easter Bunny of Death.

See you back here on April 8th.

--Wildcat Rock Machine

1) What happened to this Grateful Dead dancing bear?

--Hit by a garbage truck
--Just napping
--He's tripping balls
--I killed him

2) What is this professional bike racer doing?

--He's taking a break so he can bask in the sun on the Flemish Riviera
--He's peeing for distance
--He was blown off his bicycle by stiff winds during the Gent-Wevelgem semi-classic
--He is receiving an invisible blowjob like that scene in "Ghostbusters"

3) What is this?

--Volvo's new glow-in-the-dark bodypaint for cyclists
--Subaru's new crotchal deodorant for mountain bikers
--BMC's new Swiss hairstyling spray for Euro-pros
--Extra-strength pepper spray (special Cipollini formula)

4) Why has Specialized recalled 8,300 aerobars?

--The are not aerodynamic enough
--They are too aerodynamic
--The single bolt holding the aerobar extension can loosen because most Freds and Tridorks are fat
--Because aerobars are stupid and 99.5% of recreational cyclists cannot adequately control a bicycle equipped with them

5) If you are for mandatory bicycle helment laws then you are a sellout and a traitor who should be forced to give up your bicycle and lease a Hyundai.


6) What is this Fred wearing?

--A virtual reality mask
--A home VO2 max tester
--A facial helment
--A home altitude trainer that uses rider flatulence to simulate cycling at high elevation

7) What does "BA" stand for?

--"Bike Angel"
--"Bad Attitude" (e.g. "B.A. Baracus")
--"Butt Action"
--All of the above

***Special "Recumbent Down!"--Themed Bonus Video***


booism1023 said...


dnk said...


PK said...


Serial Retrogrouch said...


Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...


Unknown said...

Those narrow bars make me uncomfortable. Very uncomfortable.

JB said...


Pathetic Old Cyclist said...

top nine

Shawn said...


Anonymous said...



le Correcteur said...

Just barely missed the top 10 b/c I read it, and was enchanted by the recumbent Go Pro footage.

Question for recumbent riders: does crashing hurt less cause there's a shorter distance to fall; or does it hurt more because there's all kinds of stuff to biff you that's closer in and harder to avoid?

grog said...

Damn bents are dangerous!
Hoppy Holidaze

Anonymous said...

le Correcteur @ 1243...

Recumbents DON'T crash!

Well, except for that one.

Cipo said...

Cipo found that racing in a stiff wind made the 'little Cipo' stiffly compliant both laterally and circumnavigationally. Of course this sensation could also have been the result of the many medications and nutritional supplements that Dr. Ferrari forced upon the young innocent Cipo.

PotbellyJoe said...

In order of their lethality:

1.) Livery Escalades
2.) Taxis
3.) NYPD Detectives angry at Uber Drivers
4.) NYPD Buses
5.)City Service Vehicles
6.) Regular Drivers
12,786.) Cyclists

Please note: Prosecution will be applied from the bottom up.

PotbellyJoe said...

That should of course be NYC buses.

RB1 said...

can you get the special prayer as a ring tone ?

Sean McInerney said...

To this day, nobody has been able to disprove the existence of Jesus of Nazareth.

How you choose to respond to the stories concerning his life is up to you!


Anonymous said...


P. Bateman said...

you owned a grateful dead dancing bear?


stinkin' hippie.

BikeSnobNYC said...

P. Bateman,

I did not. I've had many silly youthful incarnations, but Deadhead was never one of them.

--Wildcat Rock Machine

BikeSnobNYC said...

Sean McInerny,

Same thing's true of Bigfoot and Ol' Nessie.

--Wildcat Rock Machine

Slick Willie Cipo said...


*BJs are not sex!

babble on said...

Lol!! I kept thinking "Hey! That's a man purse, not a musette!" Thank you, Snobi Wan, because validation.

Heh heh... I liked the invisible blow job option, especially given the nature of that particulal event.

And C: who the fuck thought a DeadHead dancing bear was a good idea? OMG. And yet there are prolly millions of them in existance, not all of them laying mutilated by dumpsters.

I am beginning to suspect that I will never be a proper racer till I learn to throw my beloved bicycle in a fit at the side of the road.

and finally: Ha! So recumbent riders get sore bottoms sometimes, too. I love that I am not alone.

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

Greatful Dead dancing bear?! I thought that was the jape?

le Correcteur yeah hurts less because it's shorter distance to fall.

I guess that footage proves the old "I was just riding along" warranty claim thing.

leroy said...

There's a BSNYC editorial staff? Why am I always the last to know?

Ride safe all!

(Thank goodness there really was a Grateful Dead dancing bear in that photo. My dog almost convinced me I was having a flashback. Apparently, you can get them from Peanut M&Ms.)

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

Narrow bar guy needs to change his bar tape.

Bryan said...

Happy Zombie weekend! Because someone coming back from the dead is either a Zombie or a Vampire. In this case, it must be a zombie bc Christianity sure has eaten a lot of peoples' brains

crosspalms said...

I've never been attacked by a musette, but I was ambushed by a bungee cord once, with pretty much the same results (except I didn't throw my bike, I just fished the remnants of the cord out of the derailleur).

Practiced countersteering this morning before I rode to work: Put both hands on the counter and made "vroom, vroom" noises while I read the paper and drank coffee.

Pathetic Old Cyclist said...

Narrow bars are for Mario when he rides no hands, and lets 'Little Cipo" steer. Very few people know he has a prehensile penis.

Eric the infrequent said...

So did the recumbent rider get a flat? I am confused. Spontaneous crashing?

Anonymous said...

"Union workers inciting a class war? nooooooooo...that never happenes"

- No one, ever

Vernal Magina said...

How does I apply to for employment on your Bike Snob NYC Editors editorial staff, please can I?

Bryan said...

@Eric the infrequent - was a recumbent triathlete doing a training ride

CommieCanuck said...

So I did not know lesbians observed Passover, which, as I understand is a holiday to commemorate that time Jebus did not get promoted to Assistant Manager (something about missing wine, bread and fish).

1904 Cadardi said...

A friend of mine had a musette attack his front wheel. The results are WAY more spectacular/tragic.

Good thing it wasn't a European Man-Bag, also known as a purse.

Deadhead said...


Anonymous said...

Steve Tilford doesn't take days off from blogging. Ever.

Anonymous said...

The only good thing about riding a recumbent is that when you fall you don't have a long way to go.

Anonymous said...

the musette seems like a slightly smaller messenger bag, or like my timbuk2, which constantly slips off my back and wants to swing around to the front so maybe the angle strap helps that?

Olle Nilsson said...

Dear Bike Snob NYC Editors

Editors? Wait, I didn't even know Vito was back and now you're firing him? Did the intern come back for a firing too?

Narrow bar bike needs quick-detachable pedals to complete it.

Bus Union needs work on making it legal for busses to hit and run if they're really serious about staying on schedule.

J. Dahmer said...

That musette thingie. Will it fit a human head? What about a torso?

1983 David Byrne said...








jodphoto said...

Happy Holidays to you and your family.

I don't get Kanye West. I don't get the Middle East. And I don't get recumbents. My ass hurts just sitting on a sofa in that position

And, thanks asshole. Now I have to stop using my shoulder bag. Someone may recognize it as a musette and compliment me out loud. At least mine is fatigue green so it could be for weapons.

Peace and Love.

Unknown said...

Babble. The difference being that Recumbent riders get sore bottoms from falling. :)

Team L-Dopa Director Sportif Wiener von Braun said...


Team L-DOPA is all in on the FonDon't. Brilliant concept. Is it true that you have banned the use of gas mask bongs while riding? Please let us know ASAP because we'll need time to order and accept delivery of full crabon vaporizing helments.

We humbly await your decision.

Our sincerest short term memory loss totally vacant stare whatevers totally!

BamaPhred said...

C'mon man, get your kids an Easter Basket, go on an Easter egg hunt, and enjoy your days off. It's fun, and everyone gets a sugar buzz. "Easter" celebrations are either a Germanic folklore (Eostre) or a variation of Ishtar, Queen of Heaven, an ancient Middle Eastern deity, both of which were absorbed by the establishment church to satisfy the recent converts. That's where the word Easter comes from, so it's neither Christian nor Jewish. That's why Easter Bunny is called the Easter Bunny, not the Passover Hare or the Resurrection Rabbit.

Unknown said...

Those narrow bars make me uncomfortable. Very uncomfortable.

Captain America/Easy Rider said...

I'm still waiting to see a set of narrow ape-hangers.

Lazarus said...

After rising from the tomb, some said that Jesus looked like a ghost of his former self.

Anonymous said...

Team SKY!
Miss Babble’s tiger stripe undies!
Oh my!

bad boy of the north said...

Happy Easter and Happy Pesach to all!Peace and keep it rolling!

Dave said...

I've crashed my Barcroft SWB several times in the past six years, usually for the same kind of reasons I used to crash my road bike - although on my recumbent, if the small front tire suddenly flats, I'm almost certainly going down. But when I do, I invariably fall over onto one of my hips, getting a minor bruise and/or scrape. It hurts less than a lot of upright crashes because you almost can't fall on your head, break your wrist or collarbone, or (in one of my more memorable upright crashes) separate from the bike and fall on your hip onto the rear wheel as it slip horizontally under you on the black ice patch. In the recumbent crashes I rarely even skin my elbow, which was pretty standard with me before.

Beginning riders do fall over kind of spontaneously because the handling and balance is just that little bit different until one gets used to it.

An interesting tactic by Boeris Bikes to try to make their artisanal product more attractive to the ultra-high-end user: a straight handlebar made out of pure, solid 24 karat gold. Sure, it's way front-heavy and handles like a wheelbarrow, but you only ride it to the donut shop anyway.

Angry Beaver in Mirimichi said...

CC @ 245 He didn't get promoted because the fish was rotten, the bread was stale and the wine was two buck chuck. Of course none of that was ever reported, the devil is always in the details.

Anonymous said...

Babble at 124 A blow job, when done by someone who knows what she's doing, is a thing of beauty and should be recorded for posterity.

Anonymous said...

This is how crazy it is:

Anonymous said...

i only read this in the warmer "cycling months".

it used to be funny last season.

Anonymous said...

Killed it on question #2, Rockcrusher! Helmets for face and fart altitude simulator also get positive props if this were an online forum.

jeff said...

Very subtle on The Clash.

Anonymous said...

5) If you are for mandatory bicycle helment laws then you are a sellout and a traitor who should be forced to give up your bicycle and lease a Hyundai.


Spokey said...

i'm for mandatory helament laws. how many poor drivers suffer needless head injuries and go on to drive anyway. Mandate all auto driver & passenger healments

Dooth said...

Thanks Bryan, all those years of Catholic school and they never mentioned His Holy Zombie.
Enlightened at last.

dop said...

jack bauer was lucky the cape went in the back wheel.


BamaPhred said...

Best Joke so far comes from VeloSnooze- Nibali: ‘Astana is a symbol of clean and honest sport’

? of ? & the Mysterians fame said...

To many teardrops for one heart to be cry'in ...

wishiwasmerckx said...

I'm on my way to Victoria's Secret. I heard that their bras are 50% off!

Quote from 'CIOP, the Man, The Legend, The well oiled Power said...

Quote from Vol. 3 Chaper 47 Page 1099 ...

"A lady entered the room. Stunning in every aspect! Little Cipo winked his eye. Which made me recall this amazing Podia Level babe that I met back in 2012. T'was Venice as I recall. Little Cipo never forgets beauty."

susu kambing said...


dop said...

I saw a sign in Macy's that reminded me of Michael Jackson. It said 'Boys Underwear Half Off!'

Filthy Swede said...

Crash a recumbent ,land on your ass

dop said...

break a deal, face the wheel

dop said...

how big is the wedding pizza business anyway?

Freddie Fredrickson said...


You are the cause of my experiencing horrific nightmares and a nearly sleepless night ...

"the Avenging Easter Bunny of Death"

Thanks for nut'tin you ghoul.

BamaPhred said...

Pastel reflective paint. Check
Eggs. Check
Bunny Ears. Check
Pasty white body. Check
Don't ask why,

Why did the captcha ask me to select cake?

The pasty white body thing, maybe not. The rest, for sure.

Best market report I ever got "hem lines up, panty hose down, boys and girls mixed." It was a long time ago.

Louis Von Scranus said...

And a happy Rapha endangered lesser Himalayan chamois penis sheathed proletariat exclusion cycling bibs with which to ride in, feel superior, and enjoy the holidays of spring all the while looking down on the pheasants.

dop said...

And on the third day they rolled away the stone, and behold, the Easter Bunny appeared!

J. Dahmer said...

Once in Texas I had chicken fried human. It was great but I did not enjoy that white gravy.

The father, the son, the avenging Easter Bunny of death, said...

The original three card monte ...

Avenging Easter Bunny of Death said...

I had chicken fried Elmer Fudd, a little greasy for my taste. Went down well with a fine red wine, however.

ken e. said...

it's like comedic high tide around here! thanks baby jesus and/or pagan rabbit.


dop said...

The latest sign that we're all going to hell in an Easter basket is the melting Easter Bunny

BamaPhred said...

I had a pleasant Easter ride. Only got one "Fuck You,!", one "Get off the road!!" And got called a dick. It was a good day.

leroy said...

Dear Mr. BamaPhred --

My dog wishes to point out that Mr. Ice Cube owns the ne plus ultra of good days. To wit:

"Even saw the lights of the Goodyear Blimp
And it read Ice Cube's a pimp (yeah)
Drunk as hell but no throwing up
Half way home and my pager still blowing up
Today I didn't even have to use my A.K.
I got to say it was a good day."

My dog thinks it's a hoot to highlight the lyrics on his phone and have Siri read them.

He's got an odd sense of humor.

Ivan Denisovich said...

Sukhov went to sleep fully content. He'd had many strokes of luck that day; they hadn't put him in the cells. They hadn't sent his squad to the settlement. He'd swiped a bowl of kasha at dinner.....ALMOST A HAPPY DAY. There were three thousand six hundred and fifty three days like that in this stretch. From the first clang of the rail to the last clang of the rail. The three extra days were for leap years.

Spokey said...

as the resident rabbit worshipper, i find the current commentary highly offensive.

i weep when i think of the melting bunny video. 𝖉𝖊𝖆𝖙𝖍 𝖙𝖔 𝖙𝖍𝖊 𝖎𝖓𝖋𝖎𝖉𝖊𝖑𝖘!

Anonymous said...

How do all those kickstarter-ad cyclists keep their messenger bags on their backs without it ever sliding out to the front? Do they hook it with velcro? I'd love to go from a backpack to a messenger bag...

JLRB said...

Spring Break has Sprung, now back to work for me. Damn DTs.

James said...

Same. took the SWB recumbent out Sunday and only was honked at once, had "FUCK YOU" yelled at me by a bunch of kids and harassed by a guy in a landscaping truck who felt it necessary to pull up alongside and tell me I need a safety flag so he could see me. All in all a good ride.

crosspalms said...

I had a science teacher in grade school who told us how to remember the difference between stalactites and stalagmites: the mites go up and the tights come down.

JLRB said...

Where has Julie's cleavage gone?

Francois Villon said...

If a man stands up, his lap disappears...

If a bear shits in Julie's cleavage, and no one hears it, is the pope from Cleveland?

When the snow melts, where does the white go?

J Holmes said...

babble @124 - you want a sore bottom?

Freddy 'Pencil Dick' Crabon said...


Cipo said...

My new book of 'The Cipo Algorithm's of feminine vaginal spatial measurement of tightness and associated flow charts'

$99.99 at Frederick's of Union of Cycliste Internationale Drug Counter Stores everywhere.

Freddy 'Pencil Dick' Crabon said...

HAH! Numero Uno! HAH!

wishiwasmerckx said...

Are you guys even trying?

wishiwasmerckx said...


wishiwasmerckx said...


wishiwasmerckx said...

...and 100th!

And I had to identify birthday cake and soup to get here!

Spokey said...

many of us were off for easter monday.

but now the sun is resting from it's day's toils so we are back.

anywho, congrats on your fine sprinter

RJ Squirl said...

too late for this Easter...

babble on said...

Mr Holmes -Er.. no, it most certainly is not what I want, it's what I have. I posted one final photo of the bruise to end all bruises, but what you can't see is that the bit that looks white in the middle is actually a sickly yellow. It isn't patently obvious, either, that one side of my bottom looks as if I went to Kim Kardashian's plastic surgeon.

babble on said...

Oh My God. Somebody needs to confiscate our Premiere's phone. Last week she posted a photo of herself grinning from ear to ear at the deal she got on a Rolf Harris LP. She deleted it as soon as somebody pointed out the reason that he is currently serving time.

Then on Friday she tweeted this nonsense: "Good Friday teaches us that hard work and sacrifice are rewarded. I hope you have a restful and meaningful Easter long weekend."

Rewarded with what, fer fucksake? Crucifixion?

How do so many brain-dead people end up in positions of power?

dop said...

I ask4ed for a flat bottom at the boathouse, but the lady didn't have one.

BamaPhred said...

I think Mr. Leroy speaks true. At the time, the only thing I could do at every invective was to turn a whiter shade of pale.

Anonymous said...

It's 10:30 am here in the Emirates. Where's the post?
Not many bikes here in the desert.
They've all been run over by Land Rovers and Lamborghinis.

JLRB said...

passed a guy in a Duke beik jersey this morning - if I had that Volvo spray I would have taged it to Douche

JLRB said...

Did the Snob get tangled up in that plastic Easter basket grass?

BikeSnobNYC said...


No post today, see above.

--Wildcat Etc.

JLRB said...

Ah - I see. Nevermind.

(Before I forget, what is the difference between a Gran Fondo and a century ride? Is it just the Starbucks style fancy names for the sizes of the rides?)

crosspalms said...

I think a Gran Fondo is some kind of Middle Eastern potentate. DB will probably run into some of them. And a century ride is something we do every 100 years. So I won't have to do another one till I'm about 160.

McFly said...

Lil' man told babygirl that the Easter Basket Grass was edible and she tried some.

I was not sure who to scold so I scolded neither.

Anonymous said...

vsk said ...

Yay, yesterday's commute ride homeness...

Fulton St and Smith/Jay. Riding back about 7:30pm, following a guy, hard on the Cat 6 when I stop for the lights and they don't! Cheaters! I gotta start takin druggs baby!

Following through the intersection to girls totally not looking (crossing against the red light), no clue except their inane conversation with each other, I go by at about 20 mph (my wake turbulence is devastating as I exceed all weight limits for a steel bike!), the closest one yells out "You scared me you idiot!" Maximum shrill factor.
Of course I yell back "Open your fukkin eyes!"
This type of dialogue goes on for about 3 blocks til the sounds of road rage die down and people stop staring.

Net result - oh another evil biker (helmetless of course).

How was your fucking ride to work?!?!

Fuck it, I'm leasing a seat from the MTA for the rainy ride home tonight.


R. DOWNey said...

I hear through the grapevine that Snob's home meth lab exploded. Vito, Snob's top pseudoephedrine restabilization technician was severely burned. Snob is preoccupied concentrating on his mobile meth lab that is located within the innards of his Surley Big Dummy.

Freddy 'Pencil Dick' Crabon said...

I claim #1 Podium position for Tuesday April 7, 2015!

EAT my fecal leavings losers.

BamaPhred said...

I totally endorse Mr. Snob's time away from the trial and tribulation of being a semi professional biek blogger. What I really want to know is which faith gets 5 days off for the current celebration? I may join, or does it involve some sort of painful initiation rite?

Freddy 'Pencil Dick' Crabon said...

Eat it flatlanders! I am the KING! Hah! Top Dogggg!


WhoMe said...

BamaPhred, The easiest way to see if it is a Jewish Holy Day is to check and see if B&H Photo is open. They will let you know if there is any Holy Days at that time.

BamaPhred said...

Thanks WhoMe

Now more in line with the usual commentating, it's International Beaver Day.

wishiwasmerckx said...

BamaPhred, it sure does involve a painful initiation rite. Hope you are not too attached to your foreskin.

BamaPhred said...

I wasn't familiar with the 5 day observance of Passover, as we Goyim are want to call it. One day, two day, or a week long observance, yes. Amazing what you learn from reading WCRM. PS: I am neither admitting to, nor denying, the absence or existence of the fore-mentioned foreskin.

Charles (Charley) Milles Manson said...

Hey! BEWARE The mind control drug! It's in the coffee. Especially Dunkin Donuts.

St. Paul said...

Hey, join us. You get to read the same book, eat pork & keep your foreskin. It's a win-win-win situation.

I couldn't beat'em, so I joined'em.

My mom still calls me Saul, makes sure I take my seizure meds.

Unknown said...

If it feels like your brakes are still working, but are simply more weak than usual, you'll want to once again check the brake. If your brake pads are worn, this may result in decreased braking efficiency and increased stopping time.

Jone Mark said...

nice post thanks for posting i will read this post another time

موقع عاجل - محرك بحث اخباري عربي (اخر الاخبار من جميع المصادر) موقع عاجل - محرك بحث اخباري عربي (اخر الاخبار من جميع المصادر)
عاجل اليمن (اخر الاخبار والاحداث في اليمن) عاجل اليمن (اخر الاخبار والاحداث في اليمن)
عاجل السعودية (خبر عاجل اخر التطورات والاحداث بالسعودية) عاجل السعودية (خبر عاجل اخر التطورات والاحداث بالسعودية)
عاجل مصر (عاجل ام الدنيا كل ما يحدث بمصر اولا بأول) عاجل مصر (عاجل ام الدنيا كل ما يحدث بمصر اولا بأول)
عاجل موبايل (لا تبحث عن الخبر مع عاجل انت في قلب الحدث ) عاجل موبايل (لا تبحث عن الخبر مع عاجل انت في قلب الحدث )

Unknown said...

روابط اخبار الدول
عاجل : اخبار الاردن
عاجل اخبار البحرين
عاجل اخبار السعودية
عاجل اخبار اليمن
عاجل اخبار الكويت
عاجل اخبار سوريا
عاجل اخبار قطر
عاجل اخبار مصر
خدمه اخبارية مميزة
اليمن في صحف العالم
قطر في صحف العالم

روابط صفحات التواصل
عاجل اليمن
عاجل السعودية
عاجل العرب حواء
موقع عاجل
جوجل بلاس عاجل العرب
مدونة عاجل
عاجل فيديو
موقع عاجل