Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Pure Bagger

weens
Weens has come out of no where to be stomping on the frozen penises of the Cat3 pack this year. With six wins out of 15 races he has given pack fodder a new meaning. When he wins, its by a margin of minutes. r5 wants to know what this dude has been huffin. Dude has amassed 33 points, more than P-Cole-Train got last year!

Raggedy Andy its time to move on to a real challenge and CTFU!

114 comments:

  1. Surprised you didn't hone in on Hofmeister (http://www.crossresults.com/racer/28578) putting the 4's in a hurt, even when he's been racing B's quite well, and has 30 races completed now.

    I guess Men's B = Cat4 and Men's C = Cat4

    I wouldn't normally call someone out, but that was pretty damned flagrant.

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  2. I think that is more of a problem with the STL category system than him being a 'bagger.

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  3. Woohoo, go Colavita!

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  4. St. L needs to get off the grade school A-B-C stuff and go 4-3-2-1 with a masters class or two.

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  5. Make sure they add Clydesdale Women 40+ B Singlespeed. Can't forget that category.

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  6. I'm sure he's moving on up as he's a class guy simply wanting to win the Boss Cross series in his 2nd year of riding. Good on Andy for racing strong this year.

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  7. I think he's ready for the next level but take a look at his jinglecross results. not great. It's highly possible he had bad luck / mechanicals in Iowa City, but i think it's important to consider the bigger picture when it comes to catting up.

    4 more local races left!

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  8. 'Dominating' the 4s in KC isn't much. Really, if you're bitching about someone winning Cat 4 two or three times and you can't, you've got bigger issues.

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  9. Me n Andy stopped in Independence for a coupla puffs of meth before the race.

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  10. dominating 4s? Who we talkin bout? Hof? That senior ain't ready for 3s...

    meth off the av.. word!

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  11. Boils it down better than a blog:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_xrLTs6Z1Q

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  12. It will be goddamn rolling armaggedon!

    Dudes, it's after Dec. 1. CTFU.

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  13. Isn't it funny how COLE sucks! A site created on the premise of a baggen bagger who can't even bag... PSH. RIP kcsandbagger.

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  14. ya da Cole-train be derailed! what happened to the original bagger?

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  15. what about P-Cole-Train racing kansas state cat 3 last week? He destroyed everyone in the threes last season?? what a douch!!!

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  16. For whatever reason, P-Cole-Train didn't destroy the field this year. So is he still a douch?

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  17. Douche usually refers to vaginal irrigation, the rinsing of the vagina, but it can also refer to the rinsing of any body cavity. A douche bag is a piece of equipment for douching—a bag for holding the fluid used in douching. To avoid transferring intestinal bacteria into the vagina, the same bag must not be used for an enema and a vaginal douche.

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  18. weins has been doing it all year on a steel bike and clincher tires. Doesn't bother me as much as cole with full carbon bars/bike/zipps.

    There needs to be rules here, I think Andy can ride in the 3's all he wants on a steel bike and clinchers, its only his 2nd season.

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  19. Ok Stalin, next you will tell me I need to pay more taxes, so your dumb ass can collect more welfare. Why does it matter what equipment someone wants to use? Oh, because the government will only allow you to buy steel and aluminum with your EBT card, and it is not fair that someone with a job can buy carbon. In that reference I wish to apologize for all the carbon bikes, with tubular wheels at cyclocross races. I bet your kids are real winners, and will be on the government programs ASAP.

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  20. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    cx teabagger in the house!!

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  22. Hey stalin commenter...idiot. teabagger = douche. f'n hillbillies.

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  23. Can you find anything more original than teabagger, because the use of Stallin as applied to this situation was genius? I swear public schools have relly let us down. Especially your piss-poor reasoning skills.

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  24. While "teabagger" may not be original, it sure is funny.

    An adult act performed by consenting republican/conservatives on each other to express their fake outrage to imaginary tax increases (most of these idiots actually just got a tax break)

    During this act one republican/conservative nut job (pun intended) drops his pants in public and slowly lowers his scrotum into the eager mouth of another right wing nut lover.

    Some basic Teabagging participation rules

    1: Participants have to be very low income (preferably on welfare)
    2: Participants have to be avid Fox News watchers (this makes certain the participants are brainwashed to the extent of being borderline retarded)
    3: Participants have to be republican/conservative
    On 04/15/09 (Tax Day) broke ass republicans throughout the country gathered in public and performed mass teabagging on each other for hours while complaining about some imaginary tax increases

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  25. It is kind of funny or maybe sad that seemingly intelligent people can't see that the political monster machine is fueled by division.

    left vs right
    republican vs democrat
    liberal vs conservative
    black vs white
    teabaggers vs Stalinites???
    MSNBC vs FOX

    Try detoxing from watching TV. Stop letting it prompt you to think emotionally and cause you to be angry at someone else. Try taking a week off if you can or start with a day.

    See if you get any original thoughts or insights for a change. You weren't born left or right, so how did you get there?

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  26. Your first sentence is absurd...everyone knows politics is fueled by division.

    You left bagger vs non-bagger off your list too.

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  27. you also left off:

    Campy vs Shimano
    26" vs 29"
    STI vs DT
    carbon vs Ti
    clincher vs tubular

    then there's the independent Ron Paul Recumbent party that are all a little whacko but you can't help but admire them for their practicality.

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  28. Shawnee Mission East parents vs Real 'Conservatives'

    I want to know how an area overwhelmingly Republican can say they want to pay higher taxes, they want to fight the Free Market, they want to file a frivolous lawsuit, they want to ignore local control of schools, and they want government intervention makes any sense.

    (Other than, today's Repubs/Conservs are borderline retarded.)

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  29. "Can you find anything more original than teabagger, because the use of Stallin as applied to this situation was genius? I swear public schools have relly let us down. Especially your piss-poor reasoning skills."

    Based on the construction and grammar of your comment, you, not "we", have an issue with quality education.

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  30. Cold weather cycling tip: your feet stay warmer for longer if your shoes are already warm when you put them on.

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  31. hah STL kicked your ass KC!

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  32. That is because most of KC was at the US GP, dumb ass. St Louass still sucks.

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  33. R5 good job bringing down an incredible cycling community that has taken decades to build. You have made the KC Cycling scene a joke by this idiotic blog. You're a disgrace to the sport and I hope some day everyone finds out who you are. If that happens I hope they hang you out to dry in this community. You don't deserve to even be a part of such an amazing sport. It takes commitment and dedication and you're lacking all of those traits. You'll get what you deserve in the end.

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  34. We will see how 'strong' this community really is for the last races of the year. R5 does not hurt the local cycling community, but people buying on 'The Google' instead of the local bike stop does hurt. How about the douche bags that ride two abreast on the road for no reason other than they think they are PRO and need to talk. What hurts the 'cycling community' is the cycling community with wonderful events like the drunk Critical Mass jackasses.

    Oh and Merry Christmas, from the 'Real Cycling Community'.

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  35. For the people who think this blog hurts the cycling community, please be sure to change your tampons. This blog is obviously one big joke. It is not 100% serious. If you can't read this blog and chuckle then your mommy breastfed you too long as a child.

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  36. Turn out has been good and atmosphere has been friendly at races this year. All the kc teams even cheered together on the hill at state. Dunno what you are talking about anon @8:57pm. Besides why arent you signing your own name?

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  37. This year has ruled, and now:

    Boxing Day: Strip center CX continues, this time near Elite, with the undeveloped ground and parking lots near Epic off limits now, with an as-yet unfailed bank calling the shots.

    Cross off the Old Year: Riding the paths and squares around the hallowed soccer fields at Stump. It's celebration and beer with hours to go before 2011, so put on the blinders to the course.

    Epic: PARKVILLE, baby! Jeremy couldn't pull that off this year, so go there, beat Jeremy while you're at it, and ignore the cold wind off the river. In fact, drop a steamer in the river and will it all the way to St. Louass' shores.

    Some Belgian Word I Think de' Shawnee or Something: Mark's at it again, and the ground will not be dry. It just won't. Melancholy looking back at the year that was, and suddenly thinking "Holy, shit, I'll be at nationals next year this time, how the hell am I going to hold it from mid-September?"

    Just sayin'.

    You all rock.

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  38. Rumors are the "squares" at 'Cross Off The Old Year" will have a near vertical run. 'member those kids sledding down the hill? CX'ers will go up. I think there's sposed to be a rope handrail to pull yourself up with. There will be crying for the flat stuff.

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  39. Two abreast?? Well dipshit... you obviously don't know the laws

    Kanas Law States: Persons riding bicycles upon a roadway shall not ride more than two abreast, except on paths or parts of roadways set aside for the exclusive use of bicycles.

    You wouldn't how to ride two abreast because your fat ass is always off the back by yourself. BTW... R5 fuck off.

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  40. Two abreast:

    Just because a law say's you can ride two abreast, does that mean you should?

    I love to ride my bike, i also get pissed when i'm driving and sitting behind cyclists hogging the road.

    The road is for cars and bikes, let's use a little common sense and help each other out so that we can both get where were going with as little stress as possible.

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  41. ".. i also get pissed when i'm driving and sitting behind cyclists hogging the road..."

    In a hurry? Dipshit.

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  42. The road is actually made for all modes of transportation you fucking idiots. Why would you get pissed when you're behind cyclist on the road who are riding two abreast? Are you even a cyclist? You should be glad to see cyclist on the road because they're supporting the sport you say you love. You're probably one of the Johnson County fucks driving your 5,000 pound SUV in a hurry to get to your Jenny Craig meeting.

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  43. This blog is pure comedy. We went from calling someone out, to douching, to politics, back to CX racing, to rules of the road, to this..."You're probably one of the Johnson County fucks driving your 5,000 pound SUV in a hurry to get to your Jenny Craig meeting". I even live in Johnson County and find that hilarious, but then again I don't drive an SUV, nor do I go to Jenny Craig meetings.

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  44. I think i used to date Jenny. Got her digits?

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  45. Where is Johnson County?

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  46. Dada or Dadaism is a cultural movement that began in Zürich, Switzerland, during World War I and peaked from 1916 to 1922.[1] The movement primarily involved visual arts, literature—poetry, art manifestoes, art theory—theatre, and graphic design, and concentrated its anti-war politics through a rejection of the prevailing standards in art through anti-art cultural works. Its purpose was to ridicule what its participants considered to be the meaninglessness of the modern world. In addition to being anti-war, dada was also anti-bourgeois and anarchistic in nature.

    Dada activities included public gatherings, demonstrations, and publication of art/literary journals; passionate coverage of art, politics, and culture were topics often discussed in a variety of media. The movement influenced later styles like the avant-garde and downtown music movements, and groups including surrealism, Nouveau réalisme, pop art, Fluxus and punk rock.

    Dada is the groundwork to abstract art and sound poetry, a starting point for performance art, a prelude to postmodernism, an influence on pop art, a celebration of antiart to be later embraced for anarcho-political uses in the 1960s and the movement that lay the foundation for Surrealism.

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  47. What is, "calling someone out"?

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  48. Surrealist works feature the element of surprise, unexpected juxtapositions and non sequitur; however, many Surrealist artists and writers regard their work as an expression of the philosophical movement first and foremost, with the works being an artifact. Leader André Breton was explicit in his assertion that Surrealism was above all a revolutionary movement.

    Surrealism developed out of the Dada activities of World War I and the most important center of the movement was Paris. From the 1920s onward, the movement spread around the globe, eventually affecting the visual arts, literature, film and music of many countries and languages, as well as political thought and practice, philosophy and social theory.

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  49. Somebody said, "Two abreast"! huh, huh.

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  50. On the surface the poem describes Dante's travels through Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven;[4] but at a deeper level it represents allegorically the soul's journey towards God

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  51. "This blog is pure comedy..."

    and Divine at that!

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  52. Smart people continue to F this up for us.

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  53. STUPIDS RULE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  54. At least it hides the face partly. Well, so you have the apparent face, the apple, hiding the visible but hidden, the face of the person. It's something that happens constantly. Everything we see hides another thing, we always want to see what is hidden by what we see. There is an interest in that which is hidden and which the visible does not show us. This interest can take the form of a quite intense feeling, a sort of conflict, one might say, between the visible that is hidden and the visible that is present

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  55. mo state laws say bikes are to be on the outside of the road or shoulder if possible to let cars pass.

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  56. No, MO State Laws don't say that. Dipshit.

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  57. yes it does. even says you can't ride abreast when vehicles are trying to get around.

    MO State Statutes:
    307.190. Riding To Right, Required For Bicycles And Motorized Bicycles
    Every person operating a bicycle or motorized bicycle at less than the posted speed or slower than the flow of
    traffic upon a street or highway shall ride as near to the right side of the roadway as safe, exercising due care
    when passing a standing vehicle or one proceeding in the same direction, except when making a left turn,
    when avoiding hazardous conditions, when the lane is too narrow to share with another vehicle or when on a
    one-way street. Bicyclists may ride abreast when not impeding other vehicle

    dipshit. try reading the laws sometime.

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  58. Man, Boxing Day can't come soon enough, too much time between races is making people stupid.

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  59. "... outside of the road or shoulder if possible to let cars pass."

    Does not say this. See above. You remain a dipshit.

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  60. Kids,

    Dad and I really wish we could have got you into the Art Institute, but with that accident at the factory and his titanium plate, we just couldnt' afford it. Neet to see how your little friend Magritte has been working on his photoshop skills and we really do think your little blog is cute.

    Call some time god damn it!

    xoxo,
    mom

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  61. ..."too much time between races is making people stupid."

    Our cycling teabaggers were plenty stupid already.

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  62. Sirs,

    I recently ordered several action figurines from your company but have not received them. I have contacted the Better Business Bureau and am considering legal action.

    I hate you,
    SWT

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  63. Is there a personals/dating section on this site?

    I've been trying to connect with some old cycling friends.

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  64. By unmooring language and representation from their usual function, he could be daring one to accept art and the mind as the scene of endless free associations, of perpetual free play. More frighteningly, he could be presenting the breakdown of meaning itself

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  65. Jenny,

    I've got your number:
    867-5309

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  66. Hey, can we talk about Dante vs. Milton? Please?

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  67. There both interesting reads. I loved the "The Divine Comedy", but I'm just now reading "Paradise Lost" and I can't put it down. The addiction factor for me is 10 times more than that of "The Divine Comedy." I feel "Paradise Lost" just told a better story, while "The Divine Comedy" was more discriptive in its nature. Both of them are great works but I have to go with "Paradise Lost

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  68. Jeez, learn to spell if you're going to review on a classical literature blog.!

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  69. Cliff is still in High School. Give the kid a break.

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  70. What's with all the ellipses? When Alan and I picked Bill's shit off the floor in Tunisia he was using that same lazy punctuation. Copycats.

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  71. Fake Jack, you are a dumbass and no Dharma bum.

    I knew Irwin Allen Ginsberg and you sir are no
    Irwin Allen Ginsberg.

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  72. Can we talk about Jenny some more? Please?

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  73. 80th post!!!!! Suck it losers!

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  74. 81st!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  75. Even some of the original cast confessed themselves baffled by the piece, and walkouts by members of the audience were a regular feature of this ground-breaking production

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  76. I'm just glad we don't race cx courses like this.

    http://cxkc.blogspot.com/2010/12/junkyard-cross-in-philly.html

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  77. Isn't that the parking lot outside Elite?




    - It will be goddamn rolling armaggedon!

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  78. http://cxkc.blogspot.com/2010/12/junkyard-cross-in-philly.html

    Fucking Awesome!

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  79. do any of you dweebs race?

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  80. WHERE THE FUCK WAS EVERYONE TODAY!!!!!!!!

    5 guys in the cat 3 race, a whopping 2 people in the men's open. Pretty sad everyone.

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  81. answers the question from above:

    "do any of you dweebs race?"

    No. But can bitch about those that do!

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  82. Those that can do.

    Those that can't sit on computers and whine about other cat 4's kicking their ass and bein' sandbaggers and they didn't get that one thing they really really wanted...

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  83. WHERE THE FUCK WAS EVERYONE TODAY!!!!!!!!

    5 guys in the cat 3 race, a whopping 2 people in the men's open. Pretty sad everyone.

    - Try: living normal lives the day after Xmas. If bike racing is all you do, you should consider expanding your horizons. But wait, I forgot..it was a series 60 CX event. Who cares...

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  84. This blog is so weird. I just found a link to it from another bike message board. But what is it about?

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  85. KC cx scene was much cooler when we had fewr races and only a few good guys mixin' it. 25 bout right. no girls.

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  86. I don't understand you who pay to race. Go find a steep gravel hill out in Cass county, and I guarantee you there will be a dog near the top waiting to challenge you for free. That's where all the action's at.

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  87. Racing is for losers. Oh, and so is this blog.

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  88. Which of you pansies won't show up on New Years Eve to piss off soccer parents by making ruts everywhere?

    It's not like any of you have JOBS.

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  89. This pansy will be there ready to whoop up on all the other pansies, and I do have a job.

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  90. I love pissing off soccer moms, but not as much as I love sticking it to your mom.

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  91. Soccer moms are hot when they don't talk.

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  92. 100!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I win the internets!!!

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  93. Who's the next bagger, bag king?

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  94. J. Williams or Polonchek. Both have been in the 4's waaaaaaay too long.

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  95. can we talk about soccer moms more, please?

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  96. Why does this stupid as hell blog exist?

    Art students?

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  97. I went to this "cyclocross" thing that you guys write about today. It was near the Missouri River. I tried to figure out what sandbags had to do with this kind of racing. The bicycles did have to drive through some sand. None of it was in bags?!? I don't get it.

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  98. R5 you're still a fucking douche bag. Go fuck yourself.

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  99. Where is Cass County?

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  100. I saw that movie.

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  101. Mr. Thomas, would you be willing to consider moving next sunday's
    Race to the morning? Maybe 9, 10, and 11 start times, so we can watch the chiefs rare playoff game? Would anyone else like to see this happen?

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  102. Dude, the Chiefs suck. I can't believe you would ask a promoter to move races so you can watch football. Are you kidding me?

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  103. I'll be bringing a radio on Sunday so that i can listen to the Chiefs, i suggest you all do the same. 4 or 5 radio's spread throughout the course would be pretty epic.

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  104. "Dude, the Chiefs suck."

    It appears you have about as much pride in Kansas City sports as you do in the Kansas City cycling community. There is no need to be an ass to those who do take pride in their city.

    It is a bummer that they take place at the same time, hopefully they can make it past the first round so we can all watch next week.

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  105. 1. The Chefs won't make it out of the first quarter without caving.

    2. Polonchek beat the rest of his field by the width of the Camarohead Stadium grounds (note the actual correct spelling of Camarohead, idiots), times ten, and IS the King Bagger to wrap up this season.

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  106. Pride is a sin. And being proud of Kansas City and the Chiefs is treachery.

    -Dante
    9th Level Elf Abuser

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