Hey Mikey Jones



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Ronde Champ

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So I was reading your diary today and read this:

>Some guy on todays ride said this:

>"yeah, i am going back to NY in a couple of years for my 15 year reunion,
but i dont really want to go until i turn pro, so i >can say like 'whats up now' to everyone"

I assume that this dude was talking about his high school reunion. So, if you graduate high school
at age 18*, plus the 15 years, minus the "couple of years", I peg this guy around 30. And he still
has dreams of being "pro". How ****ing funny.

Can you email me and let me know who this guy is?

Thanks, Ronde Champ

*although he is a bike rider so maybe it took him a few years more
 
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Jtn

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"ronde champ" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> So I was reading your diary today and read this:
>
> years", I peg this guy around 30. And he still has dreams of being "pro". How ****ing funny.
>
> Thanks, Ronde Champ
>
>

what the hell else is he going to do. get a great job at Enron, qwest? maybe in the market trading
at canter fitzgerald? united airlines employee? high tech computer job in Denver? there aren't many
other good options out there right now believe it or not. so the riding a bike everyday finishing in
the pack sounds like a fun way to live to me.
 
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Ronde Champ

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"JTN" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
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> "ronde champ" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]...
> > So I was reading your diary today and read this:
> >
> > years", I peg this guy around 30. And he still has dreams of being
"pro".
> > How ****ing funny.
> >
> > Thanks, Ronde Champ
> >
> >
>
> what the hell else is he going to do. get a great job at Enron, qwest?
maybe
> in the market trading at canter fitzgerald? united airlines employee? high tech computer job in
> Denver? there aren't many other good options out there right now believe it or
not.
> so the riding a bike everyday finishing in the pack sounds like a fun way
to
> live to me.

Most D3 pros don't earn enough (if they earn anything) to make a living.

Thanks, Ronde Champ
 
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Sharon Peters

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>Subject: Hey Mikey Jones From: "ronde champ" [email protected]

>I assume that this dude was talking about his high school reunion. So, if you graduate high school
>at age 18*, plus the 15 years, minus the "couple of years", I peg this guy around 30. And he still
>has dreams of being "pro". How ****ing funny.

>Can you email me and let me know who this guy is?
>

Adar Meyerson?

-----Sharon Peters Personal Trainer to the Stars-------- Remove "No Junk" to reply please!!!
 
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Mike Jones

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>Subject: Hey Mikey Jones From: "ronde champ" [email protected] Date: 1/30/2003 7:18 AM Mountain
>Standard Time Message-id: <[email protected]>
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>So I was reading your diary today and read this:
>
>>Some guy on todays ride said this:
>
>>"yeah, i am going back to NY in a couple of years for my 15 year reunion,
>but i dont really want to go until i turn pro, so i >can say like 'whats up now' to everyone"
>
>I assume that this dude was talking about his high school reunion. So, if you graduate high school
>at age 18*, plus the 15 years, minus the "couple of years", I peg this guy around 30. And he still
>has dreams of being "pro". How ****ing funny.
>
>Can you email me and let me know who this guy is?
>
>Thanks, Ronde Champ
>
>*although he is a bike rider so maybe it took him a few years more
>
>
Holy ****. I just saw the title of this thread and thought my Dad posted to RBR. He is the only one
that calls me Mikey.

I dont know his name, sorry. We got talking about NY Because I have a "i love NY" bumper sticker on
my top tube, right next to my name painted in cursive.

Mike Jones

Mike Jones
 
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Ronde Champ

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"Mike Jones" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>> I dont know his name, sorry. We got talking about NY Because I have a "i
love
> NY" bumper sticker on my top tube, right next to my name painted in
cursive.

That is so pro.

Thanks, Ronde Champ
 
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Stewart Fleming

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ronde champ wrote:

> I assume that this dude was talking about his high school reunion. So, if you graduate high school
> at age 18*, plus the 15 years, minus the "couple of years", I peg this guy around 30. And he still
> has dreams of being "pro". How ****ing funny.

Who were those two East European guys who turned pro back in the mid-90s when they were 32/33? They
lasted about one year as domestiques as I recall. STF
 
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Ewoud Dronkert

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On Fri, 31 Jan 2003 08:29:47 +1300, Stewart Fleming wrote:
>Who were those two East European guys who turned pro back in the mid-90s when they were 32/33? They
>lasted about one year as domestiques as I recall.

You're not thinking of http://www.zenonjaskula.com.pl/ are you?
 
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Stewart Fleming

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No, not him. Nor Piotr Ugromov neither. Damn this is annoying me now. They were either Latvians or
Russians and at the time I figured they got the job cos they wouldnt say no to taking whatever
substances the DS asked them to take... STF

Ewoud Dronkert wrote:
> On Fri, 31 Jan 2003 08:29:47 +1300, Stewart Fleming wrote:
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>>Who were those two East European guys who turned pro back in the mid-90s when they were 32/33?
>>They lasted about one year as domestiques as I recall.
>
>
> You're not thinking of http://www.zenonjaskula.com.pl/ are you?
 
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Monkeyhillcs

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<< I dont know his name, sorry. We got talking about NY Because I have a "i love NY" bumper sticker
on my top tube, right next to my name painted in cursive.
>>

that sounds like the MO of that stuttering fool from NY that posts here from time to time. he sells
Stuttering Joes coffee (the real stuff online, not the coffee the pro team sells)
 
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