Yo Gord-o

Discussion in 'Road Cycling' started by Hyllus, Feb 13, 2003.

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  1. Hyllus

    Hyllus Guest

    Now that that the floor has finally dropped out on Horsetoof and his traveling shell game, Gordo
    Frasier is stuck like the kid who eats his boogers at the junior high sock hop.

    Here is my solution.

    Gordo, rent yourself out to the 600 tier 3 teams on a per diem basis.

    You have to figure that after a couple of weeks of having their asses handed to them, teams like
    Collavitabollayomama and Buppkissena will be looking to do anything for a results to keep the
    sponsors happy.

    Shit, if someone doesn't teach the Go-Mart hillbillies how to walk and chew gum at the same time
    (aka Mike Jones), they might be needing a rider to fill in the gaps while the plaster drys.

    I figure $500 a day up front, plus a prize split, plus you get to keep the jerseys and shorts ($50 a
    kit on ebay buys coffee and back bacon for the week) should do the trick for NRC events. US PRO
    events should double the price.

    Oh yeah, I get 10%.
     
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  2. "Hyllus" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Now that that the floor has finally dropped out on Horsetoof and his traveling shell game, Gordo
    > Frasier is stuck like the kid who eats his boogers at the junior high sock hop.
    >
    > Here is my solution.
    >
    > Gordo, rent yourself out to the 600 tier 3 teams on a per diem basis.
    >
    > You have to figure that after a couple of weeks of having their asses handed to them, teams like
    > Collavitabollayomama and Buppkissena will be looking to do anything for a results to keep the
    > sponsors happy.

    <snip>

    I predict Kissena will dominate the NRC races this year. They have that stud, Greg Avon, running the
    show. He will take them to the next level and beyond.

    You heard it here first.

    W. Belaforous Kelly
     
  3. Ronde Chimp

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    On Thu, 13 Feb 2003 21:51:27 GMT, "William Belaforous Kelly" \>I predict Kissena will dominate the
    NRC races this year. They have that
    >stud, Greg Avon, running the show. He will take them to the next level and beyond. You heard it
    >here first.

    I wouldn't be surprised to see Kissena grab some real points this year. Nat Faulkner, Billy Innes,
    Sean Nealy, and Eneas Freyre can all put the hurt on any pack. It all depends on the support they
    get from their team.

    Thanks, Ronde Chimp
     
  4. "ronde chimp" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I wouldn't be surprised to see Kissena grab some real points this year. Nat Faulkner, Billy Innes,
    > Sean Nealy, and Eneas Freyre can all put the hurt on any pack.

    Never heard of any of 'em.

    I still predict Kissena wins the NRC. Avon will tear it up!

    W. Belaforous Kelly
     
  5. Looks like your plan just fell apart. Gord signed with HealthNet.

    Oh, well, it was worth a shot...

    [email protected] (Hyllus) wrote in message
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    > Now that that the floor has finally dropped out on Horsetoof and his traveling shell game, Gordo
    > Frasier is stuck like the kid who eats his boogers at the junior high sock hop.
    >
    > Here is my solution.
    >
    > Gordo, rent yourself out to the 600 tier 3 teams on a per diem basis.
    >
    > You have to figure that after a couple of weeks of having their asses handed to them, teams like
    > Collavitabollayomama and Buppkissena will be looking to do anything for a results to keep the
    > sponsors happy.
    >
    > Shit, if someone doesn't teach the Go-Mart hillbillies how to walk and chew gum at the same time
    > (aka Mike Jones), they might be needing a rider to fill in the gaps while the plaster drys.
    >
    > I figure $500 a day up front, plus a prize split, plus you get to keep the jerseys and shorts ($50
    > a kit on ebay buys coffee and back bacon for the week) should do the trick for NRC events. US PRO
    > events should double the price.
    >
    > Oh yeah, I get 10%.
     
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