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Old 01-23-22, 04:21 PM
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In my mind’s eye, seeds’ glasses repair looks like nerd glasses with tape in the middle.
my minds eye needs glasses too
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Old 01-23-22, 04:22 PM
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Originally Posted by big john View Post
Might fit if you took out 75mm of spacers under the stem.
That’s what I was thinking.
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Old 01-23-22, 04:23 PM
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my minds eye needs glasses too
Try the rose colored ones, while you are at it.
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets View Post
Guess I could start buying used Ti on spec.
This beauty is only $660 and too big for me to ride
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Might fit if you took out 75mm of spacers under the stem.
Unsafe at any speed. Lordy.
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Might have covid. Evidence: Need for nap 2 days in a row* making me suspect fatigue. Will report back later.

* highly irregular
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Old 01-23-22, 04:46 PM
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Might have covid. Evidence: Need for nap 2 days in a row* making me suspect fatigue. Will report back later.

* highly irregular
Feeling irregular? Phillips is a true blue friend!





But seriously I hope it’s a false alarm.
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Old 01-23-22, 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by big john View Post
Might fit if you took out 75mm of spacers under the stem.
Seriously. What is it about Litespeeds that so many people set them up like that? I mean, that has to be an uncut steerer, so if that's the original fork it was always like that.

BTW, before I got the Ultimate, I found myself looking at just about any Litespeed that was for sale, including a bunch that would have been way too noodly for my massive guads. I'm so glad I held out.
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Same issue here. I feel like a schmuck losing out to inflation, but the market is uncertain and real estate is a hassle. Might invest in bike schwag.
We're investing (yeah, right. ) in hardscaping. We're going to replace our deck with a raised patio.

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Might have covid. Evidence: Need for nap 2 days in a row* making me suspect fatigue. Will report back later.

* highly irregular
Eternal hypervigilance is the price of pandemics.

It's driving me around the bend. Every day I wake up, and think, "Do I USUALLY feel like this?", or if I get on the bike and feel a lack of snap in the legs, or if I look at my HR on the head unit, "Isn't this usually about 10 beats lower at this point?", or like yesterday, when the air was a little dry, and I wondered whether it was the first intimation of a sore throat.

Then there's the vicarious hypervigilance - Mrs. GeneJockey worked herself to a frazzle the other day and was fatigued all Friday night. No fever, but I wondered whether I should make up the bed in the garage for me and let her isolate in our room. Then try to figure out where to either get a home test or get her tested. Saturday she woke up full of energy and feeling fine. So, did she have it? Who knows?
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Every time it seems like the Rams are going to win they find a way to give it back to Brady.
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Originally Posted by datlas View Post
Feeling irregular? Phillips is a true blue friend!

https://youtu.be/3YOh51IKqM4




But seriously I hope it’s a false alarm.
if I get any of the other 4 top symptoms it could spell trouble with a capital T.
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Old 01-23-22, 05:18 PM
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Might have covid. Evidence: Need for nap 2 days in a row* making me suspect fatigue. Will report back later.

* highly irregular
Same, sort of. I realized, this morning, that we are at elevation.
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Old 01-23-22, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by genejockey View Post
Eternal hypervigilance is the price of pandemics.

It's driving me around the bend. Every day I wake up, and think, "Do I USUALLY feel like this?", or if I get on the bike and feel a lack of snap in the legs, or if I look at my HR on the head unit, "Isn't this usually about 10 beats lower at this point?", or like yesterday, when the air was a little dry, and I wondered whether it was the first intimation of a sore throat.

Then there's the vicarious hypervigilance - Mrs. GeneJockey worked herself to a frazzle the other day and was fatigued all Friday night. No fever, but I wondered whether I should make up the bed in the garage for me and let her isolate in our room. Then try to figure out where to either get a home test or get her tested. Saturday she woke up full of energy and feeling fine. So, did she have it? Who knows?
we have to have a negative test to leave for the USVI on Saturday. Super paranoid, and basically not leaving the house.
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Old 01-23-22, 05:38 PM
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Could be a west coast NFC final.

Crazy.
Nailed it.
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Might have covid. Evidence: Need for nap 2 days in a row* making me suspect fatigue. Will report back later.

* highly irregular
I thought you took a nap every day?
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I thought you took a nap every day?
fake news. Only ones ending with a Y.
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I had a nap yesterday and today, and I'm doing just fine. Probably.
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I rarely nap. If I do, I’m most definitely ill.
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Seems reasonable.


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I had a nap yesterday and today, and I'm doing just fine. Probably.
welcome to the club. It sneaks up on you when >50.
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I had a nap yesterday and today, and I'm doing just fine. Probably.
Or maybe not.
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One more night in the bed, and then back in the hammock again. And one more night in the cold, and then back to reasonable temperatures. Not excited about getting on a plane, but it can't be helped.
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I don’t think I can take another last second field goal.
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we have to have a negative test to leave for the USVI on Saturday. Super paranoid, and basically not leaving the house.
My take on going to a testing site is that, of all the places you could go, testing sites are the ONE PLACE where you can absolutely guarantee there are infected people.
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I don’t think I can take another last second field goal.
Imagine the pressure. You sit and watch until the last play with the season on the line.

This last one was a gigantic relief for me. Not just because I'm a Rams fan, but I've had enough Brady to last forever.
I think my heart rate was higher during the game than it was on this morning's ride.
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