That, and it is populated by organisms in some kind of toxic arms race. How did a pansy like Cuddles ever grow up in such a place?Hugh Januss said:
Only if you want to drive through the middle. If you stick to the habitable ring around the edge, you can usually find fuel every 200k or so these days. So things are improving. I heard we might even get colour TV here soon. And maybe grammar too.Hugh Januss said:I have. Do you still have to bring cans of gasoline with you if you want to drive from coast to coast?
..................Marmot said:Only if you want to drive through the middle. If you stick to the habitable ring around the edge, you can usually find fuel every 200k or so these days. So things are improving. I heard we might even get colour TV here soon. And maybe grammar too.
Not if ACF has anything to say about it.
Back on topic, I seem to recall that Cadel also teed-off on a moto rider in the same tour. The "stand on my dog" incident might have also been the same year. He definitely carried on like someone who was chock-a-block full of the angry pills.
I think he is just misunderstood, he tends to get kind of emotional for a few days every month.
the jokes on you. we sold most of the rest of it to china for enough to keep us out of recessionHugh Januss said:
reckon you're about right.Opichi said:I now believe all of the innuendo and fodder. How old is this besides way done and dusted? Some of the posters I actually have respected for their opinions on other threads, but to take part in this is simply '...I'm a twelve year old boy and, "ha huh, yarw, you, you look funny and you smell, um, too...Ha! We showed him. That accomplished man who speaks out for right while we are whiping our noses!" Good on you. Thirty seconds of my life well spent to say get one yourself. The ones I have had respect for please put your time into something more worthwhile as to cycling.
I remember when that happened. Cadel had crashed, and his left collarbone was cracked, or suspected of being cracked/broken. That's why he's freaking out to have anything come near his left side like that. I'm not a Cadel fan, but I can't blame him for not wanting to be jostled by reporters with microphones and cameras when he's injured.sartoris said:
Quote is from this article.The day was also a dream for Cadel Evans, whose nightmarish stage nine crash had him starting the stage in bandages. After finishing the day with a superb ride, the Australian was all smiles at the finish. "Yesterday was terrible. I suffered a lot. My entire left side is damaged, my helmet was destroyed. I thought my Tour was over. Now, I only think of the general classification."
Despite being wrapped up like a mummy and clearly a bit stiff from his fall, Evans still managed to put in a few attacks and did a large portion of the work to keep Schleck from getting too much time. His reward was the yellow jersey by a slim one second margin. "Just like the others I hoped for yellow at Hautacam," said Evans. "To get it by a few seconds [is great], but there are still many kilometres left."
Brisbane, Moreton Island (where we rode our cross bikes around on the sand roads and up and down the beach at low tide). Then up to Noosa (where we poached the trails in the National Park on our cross bikes). It was great, but at my age it took several days to get over the plane ride.auscyclefan94 said:where did you go? I bet you enjoyed it!
Come to melbourne, you will see some of the best food, wine, art (if that floats your boat) and sport in the world. If only we could have a proper public transport system. Anyway, it is pretty awesome.Hugh Januss said:Brisbane, Moreton Island (where we rode our cross bikes around on the sand roads and up and down the beach at low tide). Then up to Noosa (where we poached the trails in the National Park on our cross bikes). It was great, but at my age it took several days to get over the plane ride.
Australia is a beautiful place, as barren wastelands go.