This is clearly a rigidly honest man, right? Let's face it, the corrupt outweigh the non-corrupt by about 100-0 in the Senate and I'm guessing the good guys are batting oh-fer in the House as well.
The Department of the Interior, surprise surprise, is also as corrupt as shit. Apparently the Bush administration's free market philosophy extends to management of strategically vital governmental agencies, because it sounds like it was pretty much a free for all of sex, drugs and football tickets over there too.
Lehman's going to be pushing up daisies pretty soon. Sweet. I guess they aren't too big to fail because people are pretty much lining up to watch them swirl around the drain in ever tightening circles.
What a time I picked to start thinking in print again.
Lifting freaking hurts. It's no wonder I didn't get all huge and muscular during the lifting I did last winter, since I must have been doing it all wrong. Imagine not riding for about 13 years and then going out and doing a century. Then imagine how your taint would feel if you sat on a bike seat the next day. That's pretty much the way most of my body feels right now, and the parts that don't feel that way yet feel like they are headed there.
Even if Kyle is a grammar master and recycles pictures for his hump day pics (and wtf was with that picture of the crew guys who apparently store their oars in their pants anyway), he sometimes brings up a good point. For the last couple of weeks I've tried to spend most of my time riding in the drops, just to get used to being down low. If I work on flexibility quite a bit, it will probably pay off at least with me looking more like I know what I'm doing in race photos.