Saturday, September 26, 2009

7 Saturday Stupidity VI

Laugh the weekend away for me, will ya?....

By the way, Cozy Beehive has officially chosen the following piece as its soundtrack. Let's apply it to bicycles. I'm already dancing. Can you keep up?


Saturday Stupidity I
Saturday Stupidity II
Saturday Stupidity III
Saturday Stupidity IV
Saturday Stupidity V
Saturday Stupidity VI
Saturday Stupidity VII
Saturday Stupidity IX

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  1. Magnus4:17 AM

    great choice for a soundtrack! i remember playing that like a thousand times in the 90's.

    Would you join the ride
    When you cross the line
    And be right by my side
    I will be the one
    That will make you fly
    So come on join the joyride

    Tell me what I do, tell me what I do
    One to one that I want to groove
    Tell me what, what I want to do
    I wanna ride, I wanna ride with you

  2. sorry, my old friend. Not funny.

    Not buying it. The first pic seems you are accusing or insuating Cancellara is a doper.

    Intentional or not, unwarranted after one of the greatest rides in history .... from someone with no baggage in his history.

  3. Its called Stupidity for a reason...

  4. Ha. Somethin else to cheer you up. Tri Balls.

    Lay it low on Cancellara. Guy is a genius!

  5. Anonymous8:04 PM

    I wonder how the TT would have turned out if Bert showed up. He totally embarrassed Cancellara at the TDF. Regardless, the time differece between Martin and Cancellara is just unbelievable.

  6. Anonymous8:46 PM

    Cancellera lost to Alberto in the TT because he's not a true Grand Tour rider as Contador undoubtedly is! Fabian had to keep his objectives in mind for his team. He was needed for the Shlecks.

  7. I'm with Will on this one. Unlike riders known for doping, Fabian Cancellara has been very consistent in the improvement in his performance over the years, along with his tendency to blow up on hills. He is certainly the best flat time trial rider of this generation and a hard worker for his team. Anonymous@8:04: I seem to recall that Cancellara beat the field in the Monaco time trial at the TdF, and still managed a pretty close second at Annecy after dragging the Schlecks and the rest of the Saxo Bankers around France for two weeks when Contador was protected. I am all for giving cheaters the boot but I think great performances should be recognized as well. Cancellara, on his home turf and in the form of his career, powers to a huge win. Let's see the evidence that shows otherwise if suggesting he doped.


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