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Early team confirmations!

Columbia-High Road, Garmin-Slipstream, Liquigas, and Cervelo
 

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teh moreon said:
Early team confirmations!

Columbia-High Road, Garmin-Slipstream, Liquigas, and Cervelo
WTF is all this Hootie Hooing these days? Is this some kind of Missourah thang?
 

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That beyond catagory climb up to the top of the arch is going to be a real biatch.

The team time trial should be fun--as they are forced to chug a budweiser every kilometer.
 

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Bocephus Jones II said:
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WTF is all this Hootie Hooing these days? Is this some kind of Missourah thang?
hootie hoo been around for a long time, but top chef just brought that joint back!!
 

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teh moreon said:
hootie hoo been around for a long time, but top chef just brought that joint back!!
That's what I was wondering...if it was just Top CHef or some old expression she brought to the mainstream.
 

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hootie hoo is from the andy griffith show.
True, but Urban Dictionary sez the meaning has been updated

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Hootie Hoo

<table id="entries"><tbody><tr><tr><td></td></tr></tr></tbody></table>
<table id="entries"><tbody><tr></tr><tr><td>
</td> <td colspan="2" class="text"> A hedz up to otha brothaz thet be chillin' in da hood that the popo is out an' prolly aroun' tha corner reddy to bus' yo ass fo smokin' that chronic stack. Made popular in part by Outkast in tha hook from "Slump" off Aquemimi.
I'm strickly stressin dirty, dirty/
Gone represent it to the t-top/
Born and bred up on the street top/
Get to the money and sweet spot/
And forever hollin' hootie hoo!/
When we see cops
</td></tr></tbody></table>
Ironically, Hootie hoo was first heard on the whitest show on television,The Andy Griffith Show. It was the greeting at the lodge to which Andy belonged. Its current usage would be more surprising if there were not so many other references to the show in urban colloquial language (e.g. Opie)
Hootie Hoo, Andy! Good to see you back at the lodge.
 

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I wonder if Cav will be back this year. He was fun to watch last year. There's no way watching on TV relates to seeing it for real.
 
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