Spectacular weather, great climb, good conversation, and the Mt DB cherry is popped.
Mighty have to watch me a bit I of that. It’s great how “Bro” in a kiwi accent can be so funny…
Data speed on NextG
Running the default ROM
Ridden on 17/1/2010 – Wombat track, near Woodend.
Nice stack at 8:10ish.
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Some interesting statistics for countries based on the colours of their flags…
I’ve been listening to a bit of Beirut lately. They’re an american band that we were lucky enough to see as a support act last year when we went to see Calexico at The Roundhouse in Chalk Farm. They play quite a different kind of music – very full of sound and interesting to listen to. One of the things that amazed me when we saw them live was the number and range of instruments they had on stage at any one time. I think there were 7 of them on stage playing at one time or another the following instruments:
While the lead singer wasn’t a terribly big bloke, he had a spectacular voice – very deep and strong.
I’d recommend checking them out if you get the chance – especially live.
Season 13 Episode 6
Millhouse: I didn’t know your dad was so interested in science
Bart: Aaahh – he didn’t say science, he said pie pants
Homer: mmmmmmm….pie pants…..
(when Bart was getting kicked out of school and moving to another…)
And if you get kicked out of that one you’re going straight in the army where you’ll be sent to America’s latest military quagmire….where will it be? North Korea? Iran? Anything’s possible with commander kookoo bananas in charge
Read about the Chicago Event Planning and management at a dim sum restaurant tonight:
We’re sorry: we had a message that would have changed your life forever, but the fat guy at table six got there first
and this gem
Beware a man with a gleam in his eyes – it may just be the sun shining through the hole in his head