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Draw a circle. Which way did you go? Fascinating photos from 1942: Making the New York Times This month marks the 45th anniversary of Title IX. Although most people, if they are aware of it at all, think Title IX … Continue reading
For some reason I thought I’d done the metal type on this letter, but then I looked at the stack and … think again. OK then. Set up the two type faces – doesn’t seem to be so many Is … Continue reading
Carlos, of La Ruta fame (or is that infamy?) has also concocted a kinder, gentler mixed terrain populaire – El Paseito Mixto – that has been added to the SFR calendar for a dual populaire day in the late summer … Continue reading
Somehow I got talked into doing the Flèche again this year. Slow learner, I suppose. Or hope springs eternal… with a promising route – a bit of a remote start even without taking the day off Friday, not too crazy climbing … Continue reading
when did jokes become Dad jokes?
Bike Magazine is not what first comes to mind for most people if they were to list sources of relationship advice. I mostly enjoy the pictures, although the articles are generally readable and entertaining as well. Anyway, in the latest issue (July … Continue reading