- Jul 17, 2009
It's all good. Remember Darth Vader sports a mullet
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Boeing said:what is it with the Ruskies and the mullet cut anyway?
Publicus said:I stand corrected. Perhaps he's just the Lance Armstrong of Mullets.
BroDeal said:I thought Laurent Brochard should be the Merckx or at least the Hinault.
Then I found Roberto Gagglioli. Although that technically does not look like a mullet.
Roland Rat said:
Roland Rat said:
Susan Westemeyer said:And there are no crashes in races held elsewhere?
Look for the reactions of Francois the Postman, elsewhere on this forum. It will explain to you why it's not the course that's dangerous, but the approach the teams have to these stages that makes it dangerous.auscyclefan94 said:Yes, but the amount of crashes there were in the past two stages with the amount of injuries indicates that the course may be just a bit too dangerous. Your former colleague Anthony Tan would agree with me.
Good pick. He's 4 years too old, though.badboyberty said:Back to the real topic...
Is there a chance the Russian sports scientists have worked out that a mullet acts as an aerodynamic fairing that helps reduce turbulance at the back of the head? It would explain why the number and size of mullets has descreased as helmet designs have improved over the last ten years.
Oh and Rohregger is my pick for the Young Riders Jersey now. And thinking it's good Cadel has lost some time, means he can't fall into the defensive riding trap that helped lose him two TdF's.
theyoungest said:Look for the reactions of Francois the Postman, elsewhere on this forum. It will explain to you why it's not the course that's dangerous, but the approach the teams have to these stages that makes it dangerous.