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  3. I thought weed could make you sort of goofy?
  4. Recently, music has started to tell me I am old. I have heard that after about age 35, people quit seeking out new music. I think I agree with this. I used to love to find new stuff, now I stay on the 80s channel or First Wave of old school rap on Sirius. Not long ago, I was getting on the elevator in the lobby and heard Depeche Mode as the lobby music. Have also heard Echo and the Bunnymen. This was cutting edge stuff back in the day. Now it is elevator music. Watching TV last night, a Fidelity Investments commercial came on. The soundbed was the music to a song by Icicle Works called Birds Fly or Whisper to a Scream, depending on if you are listening to a UK or American version of the song. Sort of sad the the club songs I used to dance to with my frosted tipped hair pulled back in a pony tail and ear ring are now used to sell investment services.
  5. You must be mistaken. Drugs aren't funny. Except nitrous oxide. And LSD can make you giggle a lot. So those can be pretty funny.
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  7. Good pics and they really gave girls proper cred. The industry is making more room for us. Which is good, because our dollars are just as valuable. https://www.pinkbike.com/news/photo-epic-air-dh-finals-crankworx-rotorua-2019.html
  8. Great now Airwick is going to have a tight belthole because of you.
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  10. It's amazing how many morans don't know these simple facts.
  11. I made you perfect pancakes today.
  12. Razors Edge

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    Yet, why did it take so long????
  13. It's all BUSINESS! No frills. No fun stuff. Just a get 'er done attitude.
  14. Why is it that in movies, whenever cocaine kilo's are tested or looked at or whatever before or after a drug deal, they always use a knife (preferably a switchblade) and they cut it in the stupidest places?
  15. And, from Peloton Mag (hard to tell if this is independent article or a "featured" (ie paid for) story but it gives the story behind Trek's new helmets): We hear lots of noise about ‘revolutionary’ new products in cycling. They are essentially never revolutionary, and frequently aren’t even new. But when Trek starts teasing a new product with the tag, “A change like this happens once every 30 years.” We’re pretty sure it’s a big deal. Speculation started. Was the lime green material teased a new frame material? Trek launched OCLV carbon about 30 years ago. But the biggest clue was Bontrager touted the material as well, and it did look a bit like the Koroyd material used in Smith helmets. Now we know. Bontrager is incorporating a new material called WaveCel into its helmets, which it claims is 48x more effective than EPS foam at preventing concussions during unplanned dismounts. • WaveCel is a collapsible cellular material that reduces the effect of oblique head impacts that generate the rotational forces that can cause so much brain trauma. • WaveCel is an alternative to the now ubiquitous MIPS layer used by Bontrager in many helmets and most other helmet manufacturers as well. • According to a study at the Legacy Research Institute in Portland, Oregon, WaveCel is significantly more effective than MIPS in reducing both linear impact forces and rational forces on the brain. • While similar in appearance to Koroyd used by Smith, Koroyd equipped helmets still use a MIPS layer. • WaveCel adds a little over 50grams compared to non-WaveCel helmet’s weight. As most people in cycling now now, its not the blunt impacts we should fear, it’s the oblique, angular impacts at high speed that cause so many concussion as well as life altering traumatic brain injury. Brain cells do not respond well the shearing forces. In the 10-15 milliseconds after an oblique impact it’s crucially important to spread that force out with 10-15mm of movement. If the helmet doesn’t provide that movement, your brain provides it by rotating in your skull. Yeah, that’s as bad as it sounds. Axons connecting brain cells go ‘snap’.
  16. Randomguy

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    I knew that this parody had to come about as soon as I posted, good going!
  17. jsharr

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    Not my circus, not my "monkey". In hind sight, I am not sure why I even asked. Probably trying to get ya'll to laugh at me.
  18. Uh, my youtube and Dennis' comment are about the new helmet material that is REVOLUTIONARY. Or, it might be but I haven't seen it in person yet. WaveCel.
  19. 2Far

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    It seems to vary. What's up with that?
  20. jsharr

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    post first, edit second. timing is critical.
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