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The first video explains it all....young man dying and writes a song about his last few months with us. This is powerful stuff:
Then word spread and someone put together a celebrity version. Better grab a box of kleenex.
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I ordered a new fork from Colorado Cyclist for my MTB last week. It was a 2011 on clearance for $550. I called and verified the forks were retail packaged. They confirmed and I placed the order online. Checking my bank, they had not charged my card three days later, so I called them. This is wh ... Read More »
Last night it was the "Laber Lawyer" thread. Just now the "Rescue Dog" thread. Am I an internet black hole?
Oh I see, it's a little timing issue. The Rescue Dog thread is down at the bottom because the last posting was 8 hours ago, ignoring the fact that I just posted in the last 14 minutes.Read More »
I read this on the weekend and thought I would post up the [URL="http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/06/30/phys-ed-what-exercise-science-doesnt-know-about-women/?scp=1&sq=Phys%20ed&st=cse"]link[/URL]
It's a comment on a research paper by David Rowlands in [I]Medicine and Science in Sport[/I] (May, ... Read More »
Hello to all,
I am considering the purchase of a CS600X and am wondering what your experiences with them have been.
Did a search on the forum and the last decent discussion found about accuracy and features was all the way back to 2007; hoping they've gotten better in terms of accuracy with ... Read More »