I want an Oompa Loompa now daddyand Bezos says he can get it to me in less that an hour via bike messenger in this greater Seattle area as well as other select cities but he also said that the Segway would revolutionize personal transportation and then he bought the fucking Washingon Post so I'm not sure what to believe except money talks and talks and talks in other ways we all can't access and is Gary Brose really one of the ones that will make it all possible really? fronting a fake wood grain particle board bookcase with a couple old bankers boxes and a questionable trophy? every little thing is just a pale extension of high school and of KOZMO from one-hour DVDs with Ben & Jerrys and some cookies to a bunch of underutilized bike messengers in a parking lot re-inventing bike polo oh so 15 years ago ... yo .
this one to Steve
two bottle cages still aren't enough
like Daniel E Murray says "too much is never enough, it's always too much"
add pickle juice to taste
repeat as needed
traditionally in Seattle summer started on July 5th
this one is sweet. sweeter than the one I had my hands on. I didn't touch this one but I kinda wanted to as in keep it as a beach cruiser in the Westport-Grayland area once twice three times a year. But the guy that did it up did it up right. I give it my full-on Kevin's Mom stamp of approval.
You can buy it tomorrow if it didn't sell today.
the tag says it all and I quote for the pixel challenged
"ride a piece of bike history 30+ years old and still better than half the bikes in the world"
this cap features a simple serif font in white sandwiching a lime green highlight stripe embroidered on a wool blend high profile marsala colored cap (the 2015 Pantone color of the year) and I’d wear it proudly not in an ironic hipster t-shirt way but in a are-you-fucking-kidding-me-because-this-is-total-horseshit way as a subtle reminder to ask a few questions once in a while because you can be proud to be an American and still ask a few questions as there is more to it than just paying taxes and standing in line silently
I’d have no problem sending my kids to Atticus Finch High School or John Yossarian Junior High School or even Dean Moriarty Elementary School but each morning being reminded that my kid attends a school named after a fictional character from a cheesy made-for-TV plane crash movie would start to wear on me and inspire some viable alternatives like the Beamer School of Business an overpriced non-accredited school specializing in false advertising techniques in marketing and student loan defaults or the Todd Beamer Academy of the Arts focusing on writing romance novels and low budget horror movie sequels or perhaps the Todd Beamer Mechanical Institute training superficial auto mechanics for employment in used car lots nation wide but Todd Beamer High School is an actual school in Federal Way just a stone’s throw from right here
"You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension - a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into the Twilight Zone!"
you think you see the light at the end of the tunnel but it's not a tunnel it's a conveyor belt with a twist in it so both sides wear evenly in a mobius strip way it never stops it only changes speed and it brings piles and piles of shit sprinkled sporadically with gems not visible to the naked eye it's not a destination it's a fucking treadmill
RoadMasters are available at WalMart in the $129 range. cheap cheap cheap. Such low quality components that hours of work on a tune-up will not yield noticeable improvement. They suck and that's as good as it gets. the best thing about these bikes is their name. I see a lot of RoadMasters donated and thankfully I just re-donate them.
this is a real Road Master a 24oz can of beer. I used to see a lot of road masters near 5th & Seneca often buying one for me and one for my friend but drinking both before he made it to the RV.
Yesterday I salvaged a RoadMaster bottle cage from a bike headed for the scrap pile and it will soon be bolted to a work bench at HQ completing the circle