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I became a roadie after the 1984 Olympics and use to own 3 road bike that I parked in my condo. In 1988, I bought my first mountain bike. The road bikes are gone and my 2 mountain bikes have thier own room - garage.
For some reason my older mountain bike has transformed itself into a ROAD bike. I must be getting sentimental but I miss riding downhill and keeping up with a car.
RIDE!, I pay TOO much money for my car and if I were smart - and my occupation didn't require a car (websites and stuff), I'd get rid of the dammed thing and have a garage full of bicycles.
Stop geeking out on equipment and clothes, which is better mountain or road, and all the other trivial crap you digest from advertisments.
Ride until you fall over and die, it's good for you!
My HOME phone is more usefull to me when I hook up to the internet. When someone tries calling me and receives a busy signal, if they are a GOOD friend they know to call my cell phone - otherwise beep, beep, beep....
I use my cellular phone for most personal calls because I only talk to a few minutes. I could afford to talk for hours, when I was a teenager and living with my parents. As an adult and I have to PAY for this stuff; suggestion - (women) if you want to talk for hours with me, bring over a bottle of wine. (men) bring a couple of women and wine.
My cell phone provides 3 usefull features: > Caller ID - unless they have unlisted numbers > A mobile answering machine - no need for an answering machine at home, my GOOD friends know to always call the cell if I don't answer and leave message there > and when you do ask that beautiful girl her telephone number, you will know right away if it is the joke line