Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Dr Stinkfinger

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Colonchecks been trollin the 4's far too long and r5 has a few guesses as to why. Dude has two FULL seasons of 'cross under his belt with a total of over 20 races and most recently a couple wins where he totally annihilated the field. New year= new license- time to CTFU Coloncheck. There's plenty of plump rumps in the 3's to check out.

On a bagger scale of 1-10, this dude scores a 9.5 . +1 for rollin carbon tubbies in the 4's. -1 for old school steel. -0.5 for the wookie fur legs.

KC Sandbagger bonus: pick out the 2nd bagger in this photo!

58 comments:

  1. Clue: He looks like a milk cow and makes pies for a living, but we love him!

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  2. Dick Sacks would approve of the equipment in that shot. I haven't seen that much lugged chromo in one place since The Brawl in the Sack Pit a few years back.

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  3. suck on that, chromophobics

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  4. No lugs. Likely tigs. Maybe some fillets of stinky fish.

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  5. i think it's harder to call sandbagger so late in the season because the fields are smaller and therefore results are a little skewed.

    But two years in the 4's is plenty.

    I chatted w/ stinkfinger after parkville and he mentioned catting up.

    Do it do it!

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  6. If Stink is going for the Series 60 title, he needs to stay in the same cat for the duration. Lots upgrading the past few months on the KS site, though. I'm not sure how this all works.

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  7. "I'm not sure how this all works."

    That's what this blog is about. Not understanding how this all works. And keeping it that way!

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  8. "suck on that, chromophobics"

    Yeah, We're steel, we're real and we're on your heels, bitchiz

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  9. I almost wish these cat 4 baggers don't upgrade, so I don't have to race with such classless people.

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  10. Uh, you don't race.

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  11. But I thought commenting on a blog about sandbagging was the same as racing?

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  12. It is.... for dorks.

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  13. To Whom It May Concern,

    We are considering this blog for our "Best Of Kansas City" section. We have a new category:
    "Best Blog for Losers to Comment on".

    Thnx,
    The Pitch

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  14. The Pitch has less readers than this blog.

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  15. Didnt you get the memo? Losers are cool.

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  16. The Pitch said...
    To Whom It May Concern,

    We are considering this blog for our "Best Of Kansas City" section. We have a new category:
    "Best Blog for Losers to Comment on".

    Thnx,
    The Pitch


    LIKE your adult classified are for fucking losers, NEWB. L2Troll dipshit.

    LOL at...

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    The Pitch has less readers than this blog.

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  17. True. Losers use "LOL" and emoticons.

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  18. "..LIKE your adult classified are for fucking losers..."

    Someone didn't get what they paid for!

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  19. What does "dipshit" mean? It's used a lot on this blog.

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  20. NEWB in all caps! So pwned!

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  21. "The Pitch has less readers than this blog."

    We'll look up the circulation, but I bet it's more than the six of us.

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  22. "Fewer" would have been a better word choice.

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  23. "The Pitch has less readers than this blog."

    I heard it was over 100,000.

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  24. sevenbilliongazillontrialions!

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  25. I heard your mama....

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  26. Your English is not good. I do not think Knos is a verb.

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  27. r5,

    Please moderate the comments. Remove items from smart people. This blog is for stupid.

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  28. So, by extapolation, more losers read this blog than losers read The Pitch!

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  29. Perhaps our typing challenged friend means extrapolation?

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  30. Hey, Mark!

    Don't forget to swing by Lowe's for the powerwasher. The Three Bagateers are still in contention in Category Four, though, so don't put a name on it yet.

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  31. What's a powerwasher?

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    (to be continued)

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  33. Is this a goddamn literary review or a blog to bitch about Cat 4s that beat us?!

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  34. Literary Review.

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  35. I'm ready for the next part of the Dumas novel. I never read the book, only watched the movie(s).

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  36. It's a good thing they don't have cat5 in cyclocross, they'd beat us too!

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  37. I want my money back. This blog sucks.

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  38. "Uh, you don't race."

    true dat!

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  39. WTF have you done to my blog Mark???

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  41. i was part of something special

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  42. Three giant alien spaceships are heading for Earth! Scientists predict they will arrive in early 2011.
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  43. The southern oceans are already full of UFOs, dummy.

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    King of the road.

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    Shall think themselves accurs’d they were not here,
    And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
    That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day.

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  46. I guess i'm not 'in' on all these long post's because i have no idea what they are and no interest in reading such a long entry.

    This blog is better when we comment about cycling, or at least something that makes sense.

    Come on, people!

    Bicycles are awesome!

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  47. This blog isn't about cycling. It's about sandbagging.

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  49. Whether you love or hate this blog, you cannot say it is not effective. Dr Stink was in the 3's yesterday. R5 will have to confirm, but I believe nearly all called out baggers this season have catted up upon being call out. Good job R5! You're like a cyclocross superhero...you fight crime, have a silly name, and you wear spandex.

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  50. Blog had nothing to do with most of the upgrades. Keep dreaming.

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  51. Cyclocross superhero? Please, he is a fucking douche bag.

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  52. The last race of the season was last Sunday and no new post? I want to read the next adventures of r5! Has the red phone not rang? Has the commissioner not called lately? Where are you r5?

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  53. i think we need some sort of end of the season wrap-up. A look back at all the special memories provided by r5.

    Kind of a 'one shining moment' type deal.

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  54. "...he is a fucking douche bag."

    Grime-fighter

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