Monday, September 06, 2004

yup, I caved to the pressure

http://lincolngolfing.blogspot.com/

yup, it had to happen sooner or later

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

damn, that sucks the link didn't work.
I thought I did it right.
Maybe W, or JP will let me know what I did wrong.
cvo

September 6, 2004 at 12:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

W, you wana hook up and change the blade on that table saw sometime? if your done with it you can bring her back any time, but feal free to keep her for a while, no hurry, or if you need to borrow the de walt for a prodject, stop on by. I'd love for you to want to borrow it. Maybe some day in the future I'll have my own little wood shop commmun for a bunch of carpeters to sit around and build stuff.

ut oh. I'd better shut up about the carpentry stuff. somebody will give me crap and I'll have to start www.lincolnbikerswhoknowhowtousesaws.blogspot.com

or, it could be
www.folkswhoknowcvoandarn'tstuckinarut.blogspot.com

on second thought, Having a day with a prodject and getting a bunch of us together to build shit could be really fun. W, Scotty, myself, (are there any other carpenters reading this?) we could knock something out purdy fast one day. (maybe chad's cd rack) or something cool for the monkey wrench. I'm sure ole Nate needs sometype of shelving somewhere, or something neet made by some of the crew?

mmmm,comrodery
(sorry bad spelling, sound it out....)
cvo

September 6, 2004 at 1:03 AM  
Blogger c_c_rider said...

bikin, golfin, projects... its all good man.
just keep riding.

check this crash out:

http://postarchives.entensity.net/032304/media.php?media=facemusthurt.wmv

September 6, 2004 at 2:09 AM  
Blogger scott showen said...

i fixed the link for ya.

September 6, 2004 at 12:22 PM  
Blogger some cyclist in nebraska said...

i'll call ya this week after work sometime to get the tablesaw back to you. i feel somewhat responsible for forking over some cash for a new blade for the saw. i made alot of cuts!!! i'll actually need to borrow that new dog to cut my bamboo flooring. which wont be for a while because i need to get an electrician over here.
thanks cvo...mw

September 6, 2004 at 3:52 PM  
Blogger some cyclist in nebraska said...

i can't post anything on the golf blog. it is against my religion. no offence. i like bikes and stereo stuff and cars...golf is evil and must be stopped!!!...mw

September 6, 2004 at 4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dude, it's not evil.
just different.

it's like saying racquet ball is evil
or soccor.

life is life,
get out and enjoy it. don't matter what your doing.

have some fun dude.
and no regets.
cvo

September 6, 2004 at 7:09 PM  
Blogger some cyclist in nebraska said...

golf is not like raquetball. raquetball takes much less space. i'll even play raquetball. no golf for me tho. no hunting either.

mw

September 7, 2004 at 8:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well, I remember saying those exact same words a couple years ago. I was addicted to biking, everything biking. Hell, I even tried to start my own messenger service into biking. I did the same thing growing up with sk8ing (just ask Thad, I built a 4 ft 1/2 pipe for my senior prodject in High school.
I even got into Raquet ball hot and heavy for a while when I was a prison gurard.

I've still got all the equipment from all my life's addictions.
I still build shit carpenter style
I sk8ed last winter at A&R a little, and Peter Pan park, and I love crusing to the Village market on the sk8board.
I've still got my Raquet, but havn't played that in soooo long.
and I have no desire too, but my wife uses the Raquet.

I'm just waiting till fall to re-aquaint myself with my construction / trail bug. (that's gonna be the death of me and get me into trouble some day, and hell I'll probably freak out again, but fuck it.

the sence of accomplishment when someone comes up to you and is like "dude, I road your trail, it totaly rocks" & I'm like, uh, who the fuck are you, and how do you know what I've done,
and uh, did you ride it? sweet. well thanks,
but we didn't just have that conversation,
and I don't know what your talking about.
Thanks.

I've had that happen twice at the bar, and once talking with someone from my day job.

That's what's gonna drive me back into the woods this winter.

but back to my comment's point
don't rule it out W, lots of things take up space. we're not really running out of it here in Nebraska.
you look hard enough you'll find fault in everything.
but what's the fun in that.

unless of course your scared, that you too may fall
to the powers of the dark side.
they get their greedy little hands into you
by letting you shoot a good game of golf
right off the bat. then, they snag it away
but they've got you.
you buy things to get better,
you practice on the range to get better.
you play and play and play
to get a little better.
and you still can't fuckin shoot what you shot
your first round that addicted you.
mother fuckers.
damn.
why can't I get into the 90's
maybe a 300 dollar double ball putter will help.
oh,
or a nice oversize 300 dollar driver.
or a new set of 900 dollar ping irons.
nope i'll need that 50 dollar set of calloway balls (50 for 12 balls)

Poor Anican Skywalker, he had no choise.

well, fuck,
I've rambled for long enough tonigh,
&I'm never gonna change anyone's mind.

it's just the way it is dude.
We'll always have carpentry... W.
cvo

September 8, 2004 at 12:43 AM  

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