This is a nice looking vintage ride! But $3500 seems a bit steep, even for a Pinarello. Wabi just released a new racing bike – the Lightning RE – that’s worth taking a serious look at.
Almost 20 years ago, American humourist P.J. O’Rourke produced The Enemies List: A Vigilant Journalist’s Plea for New Red Scare. It sought to revive the best traditions of McCarthyism by fingering people with silly and/or dangerous ideas, from Yoko Ono to the “entire country of Sweden.” Most targets were on the left, although O’Rourke included Donald Trump because he didn’t like him. As he wrote, “if McCarthyism isn’t good for settling grudges, what is it good for?”
O’Rourke’s brilliant concept came to mind when perusing a new book of essays: “Canada After Harper: His ideology-fuelled attack on Canadian society and values, and how we can resist and create the country we want.” Its contributors – ranging from David Suzuki through Maude Barlow to Linda McQuaig, with guest appearances from Harper haters in rationalists’ clothing, such as former Clerk of the Privy Council Alex Himelfarb and former Parliamentary Budget Office Kevin…
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Here is a link to Nick Gillespie’s interview with John Mackey of Whole Foods:
Read the whole article at Reason.com.
Here’s the Muc-Off commercial. Shouldn’t he have used the dry-shower before he went into the tent? And why didn’t she use it? What – women don’t sweat?
Anyway – I think I’m going to try it.
I commute to work everyday and I don’t shower when I get to the office. I just use a sports towel and let my self dry off naturally. Seems to work for me……but maybe people just aren’t telling me the truth?
Cornfed goes to Cali