Monday, November 27, 2006


Be sure to kiss your loved ones before your next ride or race.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006


I don't know what to think of this dude, except that he has giant gonads. His marketing strategy is either insanely brilliant or insanely stupid. Either way, it's insane. By signing riders such as Danilo Hondo and Tyler Hamilton, he certainly has generated buzz and interest in his team, and thus his brand. However, is this attention the kind he wants? It's a fallacy to say that all publicity is good publicity. And when the next Puerto-style witch hunt hits cycling, I'm sure his team will be public enemy number one, given past history. Not lining up for the start of races does not make for good sponsor visibility. But then again, who the hell am I to say? I'm not the guy who became a self made multi-millionaire out of Siberia. One thing is for sure: the soap opera that is European cycling is sure to continue thanks to Oleg.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

Closet Romosexual

It's been a tough ten years for us Cowboy fans since Aikman retired. We've had to deal with coke head Quincy, old man Vinny, Baseball Drew, and couple other guys worse that these three (including Drew "Throw it to the Defense" Bledsoe). Finally, we have a QB that makes good decisions and can move. That combined with the best 'boys defense in a few years bodes well for the rest of this season and next. I just hope that Jerry Jones' woody for Bledsoe is finally starting to wane so we can get rid of him and use that contract $$ on a couple more guys for the o-line. Get a couple quality linemen to block for Julius and Romo, and we're good to go.

Friday, November 17, 2006

I'm back, bitches!

Yeah, it's been a long, long time, and I shouldn't have left you without a dope beat to step to... but I did. Well, a few months later, some collecting the gub'ment cheese, and now with a new gig to pay the bills, I'm back. I'll tell you what, tho - being unemployed makes for a great cyclist. I got more miles in during those two and a half unemployed months than I did the rest of the year combined. Needless to say, the rest of the year combined sucked.

Now, however, big poppa gots himself a job, a new bike, and a new attitude. I've kept up the miles since the new job kicked in, and I'm ready to make fools out of those fools that I made fools of years ago on the bike. Those dudes that made a fool of me probably still will. But what the hell. A day at the races is better than a day at work anytime.

So watch out, bitches. The fat man is back in the building.