- May 1, 2004
Does anyone know any cycling coverage on OLN/VS any time soon?
Have you tried kicking back with a six pack of Schlitz and a couple porns? A good surround sound system and LCD big screen still cost less than a racing bicycle. Schlitz is about $3.50/sixer USD and you can get great **** from the pawn shop for as little as $5 a title. That's less than $10 USD/viewing pleasure, which is about half the cost of entry fee to USAC race.Frihed89 said:I have taken up rowing. A first-class rowing machine costs about 11.000 DKK , new, and a used one-man scull from the UK can be had for even less. Add in a dry suit and you are still below the cost of a racing cycle.
Chance3290 said:The Vs website has the 'cyclism' coverage dates and it says its the 2007 dates, but I'm not sure about some of them.
The coverage looks about the same as last year.
Thanks. Last year Vs (OLN) didn't have the coverage, it was ESPN.johnSFO said:The official Tour of California website has the following information regarding Versus coverage:
Any titles you would suggest?helmutRoole2 said:Have you tried kicking back with a six pack of Schlitz and a couple porns? A good surround sound system and LCD big screen still cost less than a racing bicycle. Schlitz is about $3.50/sixer USD and you can get great **** from the pawn shop for as little as $5 a title.
Give it a try. You'll be glad you did.
I can't even remember it. Saw it in high school. Something about a trial and a guy shaking a ***** at the witness saying, "are you aware of the penal codes!"whiteboytrash said:Kentucky Fried movie ?
helmutRoole2 said:I can't even remember it. Saw it in high school. Something about a trial and a guy shaking a ***** at the witness saying, "are you aware of the penal codes!"
I do remember the redhead my friend Bob Slob took as a date, though. Tara. Beautiful red hair, kinda curly. A bit of a priss, but man what a looker. She was sitting in the front of Bob's Volvo 164. A rare car, kinda a piece of junk, but it ran and had four doors. Me and my friend Ted were in the back fairly drunk. Ted much more so than I as he typically was... much more so than anyone.
Ted had been quiet for some time when I noticed him struggling to roll down the window, which didn't normally roll down but if you cranked it hard enough the entire sheet of glass would drop down into the door. Anyway, Ted was cranking on it and in his drunken state couldn't get it to go down. I reached over to help but, on recognizing the situation, retreated in horror to the furthest corner of the car.
There was an emergency brewing in Ted's tummy. He had to throw up. For some reason he thought the window next to Tara was open so he tried to throw up over her seat and out the closed window. There was some ricochet effect, but I think towards the end of his heaves, Ted just figured WTF and seemed to be purposely puking all over Tara's head. In fact, the window next to Ted fell into the door and was open, but Ted kept puking on Tara despite her attempts to push his head out the open window next to him.
Oh boy. Talk about a mess. The car was covered in vomit and Ted's dad worked at an egg farm so he ate eggs 7 days/week. Beer, some kind of cheese scram, popcorn and Milk Duds... all over the car. Tara wouldn't stop screaming. Even when we stopped the car and Ted stopped puking she was still screaming. I remember her pulling some chunks out of her hair and throwing them at Ted while Ted took a **** on the side of the car.
I've always wanted to look Ted up, to see how he's doing after all these years. Last I heard he was living in a small town between Gainesville, Fla., and Jacksonville called Waldo. It's the place where Bo Didley lives. On the other side of Gainesville is Newberry. That's where Muddy Waters' wife is from.slovakguy said:...it's writing like this that keeps me tuning in...