Maggie’s Motivational Pic Thread v2.0 - - New Rules - See Post #1

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That's amazing!!! This one is 8 and has a ridiculous amount of miles under his feet. He shows he's slowing down in the mornings after a long day..... hell, we both do!!
Pic is up in the Trinity alps.
Check out yumove joint supplement, stuff has really helped the black fella
 
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Check out yumove joint supplement, stuff has really helped the black fella
Thanks!! I'll check that out. He's been on prescription food for about 4 years. Short version of the story is he had bladder stones from certain protein. This food helps prevent that but he's never had the same energy and endurance since.
The long version is an entertaining although unfortunate one.
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Two of his favorites.....water and hiking!!
 

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Been giving my old Coon Hound these.

Has made a huge difference in her mobility. Shes a true hound so never had an abundance of energy except when on scent.
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    The short version is that the term historyhas evolved from an ancient Greek verb that means “to know,” says the Oxford English Dictionary’s Philip Durkin. The Greek word historia originally meant inquiry, the act of seeking knowledge, as well as the knowledge that results from inquiry.


    If your going to post something like that chick did, make sure it’s not stupid.

    Glad it wasn't just me.
    Me too!

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    Cowpokey

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    Maybe you should take that up with James Woods for posting it then.


    Everyone of those "news stations" gets the same 4am talking points. If you've just become aware of that, you've been sleeping for several years...THAT was the point of my comment...that it has to be shared again, because people are still in the dark.

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    Good looking cattle. Dad stopped crossing with charlet bulls about 25 years ago. He was still running black baldie cows (Angus Hereford cross) , because they can be crossed with anything and the calves take on the traits of the bull. My folks finally retired about 2 years ago, no more cattle, now they spend their time fishing...both mom and dad are in their mid-70s.
     

    brian1

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    Nope. ...but I'm not riding in an urban area either. I live in what was farmland till a few years ago.

    I will follow the law and wait 2 min or 2 cycles if a light won't turn tho.

    I'll give you a for example of 'why a cyclist would ride in the road instead of on the 'bike path'' from my ride to work: There's *A* 'bike path' on the northbound side of the main road to work. It's mostly OK going to work. Cars are looking your way to make right turns. Tho leff turners are still a problem just like on a motorcycle. It's not optimal because people turning right are still likely to 'forget' they just passed a cyclist doing 20ish mph and will right hook you.

    Coming home, I'm riding against traffic in that 'bike lane.' That gets even more interesting as people turning don't come close to seeing you. I've had a clear intersection and people have turned left only to see me halfway thru the intersection. Thankfully, no one's been in a collision as they're trying to beat the traffic coming at them, but it isn't safe no matter what you non-cyclists think.

    I've taken to going the wrong way down a 1-lane road with a shoulder instead of crossing that intersection. It's actually safer.

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    Could you guys take your argument elsewhere? No one cares who "wins"; we just don't want to read it.
     

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    I'm a cyclist, and I agree that there are cyclists who don't follow the rules, and there can be consequences there (look up how Nicky Hayden died), and just like irresponsible gun owners (know any of those) they are the ones that people who don't like bikes hold up for examples.

    That said, on the road I've had trash, coins, cans and a radiator hose thrown at me, had someone swerve across from the oncoming lane to scare me, and had a triaxle dump squeeze me into the ditch all on open 2 lane blacktop where nobody was being delayed by anything. Not to mention the host of unintelligible yelling (Doppler shift ya know)

    I also had an old couple on the way home from church drag me down the side of a Chevy Silverado trying to make a right turn through me.

    One thing about intersections from a cyclist perspective. Waiting 3 cars back is harder for everyone except the 3 cars in front of you. If you are at a foot down stop taking off is slow and most people aren't going to track a perfect line, and the cars that want to get by you are you between you and oncoming traffic, and the cyclist is trapped between the side of the road and the people wanting to pass.

    The best thing for all is that the cyclist moves to the front right side of the straight lane and starts up and goes straight through the intersection on green. It gives everyone the most room. The challenge comes in where the cyclist has to hold his line to get his piece of tarmack on the other side of the intersection.

    Same think applies in left turn lanes. Get to the front, follow the signals, and stay wide to let cars pass, hold a steady line and dont get pushed into the curb.
    JHC - what happened to titty & other pictures? Get a room, guys! This ain't the goddamn bicycle forum. I might have an opinion on the subject, but I sure ain't going to express it here. I just click through all this bickering. NO ONE is the winner.