|Banned from racing||WayneB|
May 3, 2001 9:43 AM
|I currently a using a Schwinn three wheeler road bike and am not be allowed to race in local events. Isn't this discrimination. I have a evinrude 60 horse power motor because of my handicap. I am missing my ring finger on my left hand. This was caused from a weedwacker incident. Anyway back to the story. Is this discrimination or do I need to find another hobby.|
|Talk to Casey Martin's lawyers||mike mcmahon|
May 3, 2001 10:51 AM
|They'll probably tell you that you're SOL. BTW, is the Evinrude an inboard or outboard? If you do need a new hobby, you may want to consider candlestick bowling. I understand that the balls used in candlestick bowling have no finger holes, thereby eliminating any disadvantage that would be engendered by the unfortunate loss of your left ring finger. I don't know where you live, but the appeal of candlestick bowling seems to be a limited to a few New England states, particularly (as I recall) Maine and New Hampshire. If you do decide to relieve yourself of the Evinrude, my neighbor has a 14' alumininum boat without a motor. He may be interested in a purchase or a trade for a complete set of the like-like Marie Osmond dolls manufactured by the L.L. Knickerbocker Company. Finally a real cycling question. Thanks, Wayne.|
|Duck-pin bowling.||The Jerk|
May 3, 2001 12:21 PM
|That's what it was called when I visited my bro in DC. This sport is the single greatest self-image booster ever! |
duckpinbowlingreview.com Sheer genius!
|Candlestick Bowling now an Olympic sport||rollo tommassi|
May 3, 2001 12:25 PM
|Wild card teams to be announced soon; Pantani rumored to be trying a new hobby.
"I have been discriminated against", said Pantani in a press conference today. "Cipollini and I will be joining forces in the age-graded mixed doubles tournament to be held in Randolph, VT, this July."