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Monday, November 14, 2005

146 riders?

holey cheese sticks...just saw the start list for CX Natz.

85 in the Elites.
146 in the geezer race.

Are you shitting me? So, let's see - I could line up 50th in the puppies race and 98th in the old fellers race?

shyte. That makes the decision easy. No bloody way. I am NOT throwin' myself at the EAST COAST HATE MACHINE just for the 'experience.'

I go to win - and lining up behind dozens of snot butts AIN'T the winning spot in a 45 or 60 minute race. They can keep the damn entries and use it to help pay the costs of the immense damage a thousand crossers ripping carnage upon whatever course they dream up out there.

shyte - wish i lived closer.


Nope - instead it will have to be a commitment to the long winter road hours. I got no problem wit 'dat. Next year is almost here...gawdamn amazing.

This weekend - I will officially be a geezer. It is the 35th. Is that when the mid-life crisis hooks in? Well, I suppose it's something to occupy the time with.

Thirty-five? Nope, just doesn't seem to have any effect on me. Shit, maybe I'll have to wait until the 40th. What a let down. And the elements seem so cool:

  1. Boredom and exhaustion, or frantic energy
  2. Self-questioning
  3. Daydreaming
  4. Irritability, unexpected anger
  5. Acting on alcohol, drug, food, or other compulsions
  6. Greatly decreased or increased sexual desire
  7. Sexual affairs, especially with someone much younger
  8. Greatly decreased or increased ambition


It's not as though being melodramatic and insecure doesn't sound cool'n all. But, i reckon you just can't force those types of things.

maybe next year.



Velo Bella said...

You are wise man, young Hernando.

If you don't get a call up, and you weren't johnnyonthe spot and registered first, you're screwed. Some of those guys in the geezer race are going to get lapped on the second lap. Not worth a plane flight to get screwed in the mud (or is it?)

Olaf Vanderhoot said...


you owe me a keyboard.