Thinking of you as the bad guy has me feeling like Charlie Manson.
I hate doing stuff that I am not proud of.Just hate it.I am my own worst punisher.Thoughts of "why did I" and "I wish I would have" roll around my head in all sorts of variations.And the repeated vision of it is like roadkill, you know seeing it is going to make you ill, but you replay it anyway.oh...sucks~~~and if you were perfect, you would be awfully annoying to spend a lifetime with. its the process...
you're ahead of the game just being able to identify a process as far as I can tell. those moments of haunting are killer; why am I still tortured about the person I called names in third grade? does the universe want me to be neurotic?sheesh. I have to trust it's making me a better person.
I called someone a dirty name during our sprint. Felt bad as I am usually a good sport and almost never swear. I did apologize afterward so I wouldn't have to dwell on it too much.Must have been something in the air in Morgan Hill.
Lack of oxygen to the brain will do that to you. You are human. Well....mostly anyway
leatherlungs666.now THAT'S totally hilarious.
I bet Ekimov never apologized to Simeoni.But, here's how things could be worse...1) Your breakaway incident could be run on ESPN's sportscenter a million times for everyone to see.2) You could be a Dutch sprinter punching out an American at the TdF at the finish of the very last stage and then get a DNF. No credit at all for the Dutch fastman pulling himself up all those French col's.
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