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is it too early to start predicting TDayF outcomes for '02?(8 posts)

is it too early to start predicting TDayF outcomes for '02?johan burnt eels
Jan 28, 2002 9:11 AM
any tips, predictions, rumors?

which teams will make the last few places?

is it true that Levi "Lipphammer" (what he was called in his all boys school) is trying to form a new team with the backing of Rogaine?

should i change my hair for this year or try to be a bit more lite-natured? some of you americans called me heimie, and when i asked for its meaning i was told that "max's swell & smart" (???) i am still confused? there is no logic in this. at least the germans have humor you can understand or at least pretend to.

is there anything Phil Liggot doesn't know?

any low-key online sites for EPO now that dr. ferrari is too conspicous?

is there an alternate channel for those boring days where we can listen to just eddie merckx and bob roll swap anecdotes, philosophies, whilst admittedly drunk whilst supposedly commentating?

and how many of you actually bought mercury mountaineer anyway? OLN are you listening!!!!

i have but ONE prediction and that is that he with less balls wins! imagine all the eunuchs of the world taking up cycling with the ambition that because they have no......WHAT DO YOU MEAN PANTANI IS A WOMAN???

dutch curry G.
(not to be taken orally)
:-)
OLNgregario
Jan 28, 2002 9:17 AM
...as far as OLN goes they can have hemmoroid cream and douche commercials all they want as long as they continue to broadcast the Tour LIVE!

...and no, I'm not going to buy a Mountaineer but I look kindly on any company that sponsors cycling.
gregario, mi italiano friendejohan burnt eels
Jan 28, 2002 9:26 AM
i ask you who is more likely to commit road rage

a) a mercury mountaineer driver

or

b) a ford escort driver

oh, by the way they are from the same company.

:-)
Get Smartmr_spin
Jan 28, 2002 9:21 AM
It's "Maxwell Smart." Agent 86 of Control. Jaime (pronounced Hy-Mee) was a robot agent. All this is from a 1960's era TV show called "Get Smart." Some of the episodes were brilliant, some were not, but most were at least mildly amusing.
you gotta get outa bed early to catch you out, eh (NM)johan burnt eels
Jan 28, 2002 9:27 AM
The early bird gets the worm, but the 2nd mouse gets the cheese!Tig
Jan 28, 2002 9:38 AM
-NM
oopsmr_spin
Jan 28, 2002 9:45 AM
I just looked it up. I always thought it was Jaime, but it is Hymie. He's the one on the right in this picture, standing next to a sultry Agent 99. Do you look like this guy?

re: derivation of Jaime...guido
Jan 28, 2002 2:20 PM
Or "Hymie." Back in the 20th century, this was a derogatory term testosterone crazed Aglo-Saxon defense contractors in New York gave the Jewish bankers, on which they depended for capital to run their industrial argonauts. Just a word to the wise.