Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Who: Anyone and everyone
What: Kentucky Derby Party
Where: 1738 S. Pearl St. Seattle WA 98108
When: May 2, 2009 12:30 drinkin' begins 3:00 ponies run
Why: Why the hell not
How: We ride horses?!?!
And don't forget to dress appropriately! Your choice, of course, if you wanna dress for the grandstand (fiiiiiine lookin', to the nines) or for the infield (more skin than clothes, ready to get sunburned and dirty). Either way, though, don't forget your Derby hat - the more homemade, the better!
call if you need help from a real live Kentucky native
Monday, April 27, 2009
He was hauling the long way to Lake City and we cold drafted him off the street. Which made for an interesting few miles to follow as this guy is a bag of hammers drilled off the front. Seriously, he is fast. (He is also my favorite service department manager of all time.) Everyone hates him for being so in shape. They hated me for trying to keep up. He hated me for hating him for keeping up and hating them for hating me for keeping up with him. (Huh?)
Anyhow he was on a mission that didn't involve booze until later so we got latered and drank a beer without him at the top of the first hill.
We gave him a tee- shirt (First Edition Blaise Curry Reprint).
He told me today he wore it to bed that night.
I thought that was about the nicest thing I had ever heard.
BunnyHawking makes me happy that it makes people happy.
These were hard earned. It was cool to hear about everyones private experience in the pain cave. Juanita was a long lonesome road that ended (finally) with a snack throwdown at an anonymous Shell station (V-Power is the best gas ever!)
Things got a little blurry after LogBoom. Got Blurryer and Blurrriyer at Gregs place after. (Charlotte makes great "hand pies". I took an extra home for breakfast.)
We had too many buNnyHawks on the injured list but just enough to ROLL1! OUT1!
Thanks ExtraTuff for filling the ranks for an all out assault.
Saturday, April 25, 2009
Burglar Sent this as an email. Something about his firewall at work wont let him post. Or maybe he was waiting for Dominic to make one of these for the BunnYHawKS. I'm not sure. Anyway I try not to clog this blog with forwarded videos but I thought this one fell in to the category of Pure Inspiration.
I suppose the topic of global warming is featured in the song. BunnYhawkiN stops global warming right?
Friday, April 24, 2009
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
That's right! In the full out onslought of riding that has been the Tour de Avril we will be finishing out the month with a throw down and hoedown tour of the north end of Lake Washington. Like the pioneers of old we will steel ourselves against the fickle elements and brave Indian attack to discover new territory.
Our fearless muleskinnin' guide Blaise will help us screw our courage to the sticking place and stand together in the harsh and untamed lands of Mercer Island and Lake Forest Park. (Figure fifty miles for this one).
What: Blaze a trail with Blaise.
When: This Saturday April 25th
Where: Gas Works Park 11:00 am.
How: On bikes Duh!
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Link for more information
Email me if you wanna do this too. Your efforts make a difference to the more than 23 million Americans who suffer from diabetes (and that includes Wilford Brimley) and over 57 million people with pre diabetes.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Saturday, April 18, 2009
I was reading this article about how predators are uniquely able to identify figure against ground despite the fact that the color may be similar for both. Blame evolution for this sort of thing. Basically if your eyes face forward, you are susceptible to the suggestive image.
Snail erotica would be published in slime and smell. This has to beat that.
See you all tomorrow!
Friday, April 17, 2009
Thursday, April 16, 2009
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So, I'm not going to take a moral/environmental high road here on the bike issue so deftly outlined in your posting on Statenews.com. I'll just say this. Do some research about your local ordinances and I think you will find that bicycles are considered vehicles and while there are stipulations that suggest cyclists use the shoulder, they are allowed to pretty much occupy any part of the roadway if they feel the shoulder to be unsafe or if they are turning. We are also allowed by law to ride two abreast and carry stuff in our arms while riding. Not to mention that pedestrians have the right to occupy any part of the side walk without fear of being hit by cyclists just as cyclists have the right to occupy any part of the roadway with out fear of being hit by an automobile. End of story.
That being said fuck you. We pay our transportation taxes too. Frankly I'll ride wherever I want and break any laws that I want and not give a fuck about your gay cell phone or your inability to just chill the fuck out before you go speeding off across established lanes of traffic to the next red light. The fact of the matter is that you are right. The roads are a veritable meat grinder and we have the balls to ride unshielded in the calm center of a hurricane of life ending speed and metal and you and your pussy attitude and your pulpy face made of Wendy's burgers and body made of baby girls can do nothing about it except complain with your whiny wimpy butt hole of a mouth.
I'm glad I know what kind of car you drive so I can lean on it the next time I see you at a stop and skitch off your wheel wells or superfluous spoiler when that shit turns green. Bottom line we don't care what you think while your mind and body turn to mush in your totally middle of the road white person's economy sedan.
Hit me back if you still fail to understand.
Friday, April 10, 2009
Thursday, April 9, 2009
During the West Seattle Art Walk, 6 to 9 PM.
-CLOSES: May 7th 2009
-WHERE: Twilight in the Junction, 4306 SW Alaska St
-MORE: Vino and cupcakes
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Friday, April 3, 2009
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
By the time we ride down there (~40 miles), back (~40 miles), do the Gritty City Sunday ride (? miles), we should hit a GD century. If we hit 98 miles I'm riding my bike around Seattle until I get to 100.
If you're interested doing, say... HALF of that, it looks like a lovely Amtrak train will take you back for $13. I think the bus works too.
When: Sunday April 5th, 10:00am
Where: Occidental Park
What: Ridin' dirty
Why: We Help Each Other
How: On bikes, duh
It'll be SWAWESOME (so awesome). You'll tell your grandkids about this day.
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