More hot air

I can’t decide whether to ride my digital bicycle or my goddamned steam bicycle today. P’raps Cheeto Benito has a suggestion?

 

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12 Responses to “More hot air”

  1. Pat O'Brien Says:

    And he said god damn during the interview. God damn! Wonder what the Fallwell and Liberty University parasites think about that?

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      I’m sure they forgave him.

      Meanwhile, I gave both the digital and steam bikes a miss and rode the old analog Steelman Eurocross. It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood.

      Wispy clouds and blue skies overhead.

    • Jim from Coalville Says:

      Jebus – that is one inarticulate “Commander In Chief”… and the photo of him addressing the crew of the USS Gerald R. Ford makes me want to puke.

      I know it will be better tomorrow…

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        I can’t listen to or watch the guy, but now and then I read a transcript of his remarks. Hijo, madre. Historians will be shaking their heads over this dude for generations to come, assuming there are any.

  2. Hurben Says:

    Winter is coming.

    I’ve had to put away the sandals
    .
    How in Gods name are we expected to survive in these conditions?

    I actually had to put on a flannel shirt today! .

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      A flannel shirt? Say it ain’t so! Your suffering knows no bounds.

      Here, allergy season persists, augmented by wind. I guess anyone who shares my vulnerability and is in attendance at the Tour of California is hitting the pharmacy big-time. Pollen counts three to four times normal, according to Neal Rogers, U.S. honcho for cyclingtips.com. Blaugh.

    • Pat O'Brien Says:

      Hurben, sorry about my whining about your sandal tan lines. WE are still waiting for summer here in SE AZ. Maybe we got it in February and is’s not coming back. I remember having Thanksgiving dinner in Sydney in 1970 in a short sleeve shirt.

  3. larryatcycleitalia Says:

    I have a tough time understanding why bicycles with motors/engines attached to them are not MOTORCYCLES (or at least mopeds)? I don’t have anything against motorcycles (unless it’s the Harley idiot cracking the throttle on his straight-piped farm implement right next to me!) but bicycles with motors (electric, gasoline, steam, etc) on them are motorcycles, pure and simple.
    The Greasy Orange Turd? He’s just a cunning, greedy prick who scammed his way into the White House. Nothing good will come of it. Nothing.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      It’s interesting to see the bike biz pursuing e-bikes as The Next Big ThingĀ®. The e-bike seems a better fit for the motorcycle dealer, and I wonder why we’re not hearing anything about those guys moving in on the territory. All I hear about it bike shops and standalone e-dealers.

      • larryatcycleitalia Says:

        The moto guys are happy with motos and ATV’s, the last thing they’re interested in would some environmentally-friendly e-moped. The bicycle biz sees the swirling of the toilet bowl and will embrace anything to get customers back into the stores. And it’s not just the US of A. I’ve been to a Decathlon big-box and the local IBD here in Sicily and not many road bikes can be found – it’s 29″ MTB variants or nothing! But the roadside crowds at the Giro tell me they still enjoy watching other people ride road bikes!

  4. ryansubike Says:

    What a Steam Punk… kidding its kind of cool in a retro industrial revolution sort of way. I’m no engineer but I wonder if some on demand hot water heater tech would slim it down a bit but hey good on ya Pensioner!

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