Friday 5am Ride is on
Friday it is. 5am. UVillage Starbucks.
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Anyone up for 5am rides from UVillage SBUX? With PruBaby coming soon I got to get back in the early morning gear...
I've decided to take another tilt at 24 Hour Worlds this year. Got my MTB frame, getting built up and then seeing if I can't finally finish one of those stupid things. Not sure what my fixation is on 24 Hour races... I don't like enduro sports. I am hoping they have a team competition this year.
I was at a Cake concert! So deal with it. Actually, we barely made the concert cause the crowd here in OR has a hard time not crashing their cars into the barriers on I-5. The best part is we stayed at the Jacksn Inn so I could get hammered and pass out right next to my room.
Now that the season is winding down I want to give a big thank you to everyone involved in racing. This has been one of the funnnest years I've ever had. Sure I've gotten annoyed a couple of times, but hell I put half the WoW team on the deck at least once and so far no horse head in my bed so I figure it all works out.
I don't blog enough about my super hot, super pregnant wife. She is both. Mrs. PDog, you rule!
Flesh bags. You mean nothing to me. I will take your energon and destroy your world. Hahahahahaha
Little did you all suspect the pain i brought was Todd Herriott. And for the record, I did not stop chasing with one to go. Todd stopped waiting and drilled it. Ack.
Well, I guess this really isn't surprising. These things do seem to only happen after a bad election for the GOP or a scandal.
Barb's Triathlon Expo was pretty cool. It stared at noon, a reasonable time and I got to ride my bike and hour before hand. After a year, I am now beginning to see a couple regulars at these events. Beyond bikes seems pretty friendly; the discount store not so much. One thing I've found is that triathletes, contrary to popular opinion, are not cheap. They are high maintenance and want to ask a lot of questions before they shell out their cash. A lot of the booths seem to be discounters...
It's on! I will be out of town for the weekend but be sure to get the word out: Rudy for Mortal Pet Kambat Grand Champion. Now, I recognize that MPK is just as much a popularity contest as it is about Rudy's mad skillz. That's why I've lined up some pretty solid endorsements that we will be sharing with you, the voter, upon my return.
`` Over my year of life, I felt a responsibility to speak honestly and openly about the challenges that I have with addiction to poop. I’ve been fighting this chronic disease since I was a young puppy and have aggressively and periodicly sought treatment so that I can live a full and productive life.
I struggle every day with this disease, as do millions of pets. I’ve dedicated my life to raising awareness about the chronic disease of poop addiction and have fought to increase access to care and recovery support for the many pets forced to struggle on their own.
This past months I realized I needed to seek help again, so I checked myself into Bone-A-Fide for addiction to poop. I was there over the weekend and I returned to the my owner's house reinvigorated and healthy.
Of course, in every recovery, each day has its ups and downs, but I have been strong, focused and productive in my term as PruFamily pet.
But in all candor, the incident on Wednesday evening concerns me greatly. I simply do not remember jumping of my masters' bed, pooping on PruPuppy's floor nor eating that poop. That’s not how I want to live my life and it’s not how I want to represent you as Mortal Pet Kombat Grand Champion.
The reoccurrence of an addiction problem can be triggered by things that happen in everyday life, such as having Omer Kem sleeping in the living room or Jonny Sundt chase me around the back yard. That’s not an excuse for what happened Wednesday evening, but it is a reality of fighting a chronic condition for which I am taking full responsibility.
I am deeply concerned about my reaction to poop and my lack of knowledge of the accident that evening.
But I do know enough that I know that I need help. This afternoon I am traveling to Snohomish to seek treatment at Bone-A-Fide to insure that I can continue on my road to recovery.
The greatest honor of my public life is to serve my Masters and you as MPK Grand Champion and I am determined to address this issu with the same dedication and rigor that I have exemplified over the past year.
I hope that my openness today and in the past and my acknowledgement that I need help will give others courage to get help if they need it. I am blessed to have a loving family who is in my corner every step of the way. And I am grateful to my friends, both here and in greater Seattle for reaching out to me at this time.
Thanks to CNik for the tip on this. Hell ya bring Colbert.
Just got done packing and shipping about 100 pairs of eyewear. These were the long awaited Priority Health Custom V-Raptors in silver and green. A couple other teams found out about them and next thing I knew I was getting pounded with emails requesting, no demanding! a cut of the order.
OK hombres. Despite my erratic schedule I've set up some team rides. We'll be leaving from University Village Zoka at 9am (so get there an hour early if you want coffee cause the line alone takes 45 minutes) on Saturday and Sunday. Craig "Grouchman" Hetherington will lead some rides, I'll lead others. Usually we'll both be there. Craig is being paid one pack of clif shot so be nice, he may be malnourushed and cranky.
I got no after action report cause it's just too hard to top a couple of Cat 5 dudes getting in a fist fight over a coffee prime. Maybe decaf? Luckily Double C was there to condense the nonsense of those fools