Saturday, May 14, 2011

[socialactionfoundationforequity:13871 Tomorrow: Free screening of THE PIPE

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Date: Friday, 13 May, 2011, 22:49

Film Festival
 

Tomorrow: Free Screening of THE PIPE

6:30pm at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

 

 

Risteard Ó Domhnaill's engrossing and provocative documentary follows a four-year campaign to prevent Shell from laying a gas pipeline in County Mayo, Ireland. Feeling that they have not been seriously consulted on a project that could have a profound impact on their community, the citizens of Rossport confront Shell with a campaign of civil disobedience. The Pipe serves as a stirring tribute to the brave men and women who fought for their rights and stood up to a corporate giant—even with the knowledge that Rossport will be forever changed.

Presented in partnership with the Irish Film Institute, Hidden Ireland: A Celebration of Ireland in Documentary Film is a documentary film series offering insights into contemporary Irish life and into the past that has shaped it. It includes a range of sometimes conflicting perspectives from indigenous and foreign filmmakers, both amateur and professional. The films, which are drawn primarily from the IFI's Irish Film Archive collection, will be introduced by US and Irish speakers.
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[socialactionfoundationforequity:13870 ‘Mamata, Jayalalithaa victories repose faith in women’

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'Mamata, Jayalalithaa victories repose faith in women'
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New Delhi, May 13 (IANS) With the doughty Mamata Banerjee and J.
Jayalalithaa set to take over the reins in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu,
respectively, their victory Friday was seen by many as a reassertion
of faith in the leadership of women.

With them, India will have four women chief ministers ruling at the
same time, the other two being Sheila Dikshit in Delhi and Mayawati in
Uttar Pradesh.

"From the verdicts in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu, people have sent out
the message that they have reposed their faith in women's leadership.
The other important message that they have sent out is they expect
better governance and better services from them," Ranjana Kumari,
chairperson of the Centre for Social Research (CSR), told IANS.

Yasmeen Amin, an activist who works on women and development related
issues, said the people's verdict puts a huge responsibility on the
shoulders of the two newly-elected women leaders.

"Mamata and Jayalalithaa have always been leaders, but now people have
actually given them the chance to lead. This is a huge responsibility
on them to deliver good services with a gender perspective," Amin
said.

While Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress-led alliance won in West
Bengal, defeating the Left Front that had ruled the state for 34
years, Jayalalithaa's AIADMK-led front gave a big blow to the ruling
DMK-led coalition in Tamil Nadu.

Ranjana Kumari further said this win will change the political
scenario of the country.

"With these two women leaders, the political scenario in the country
will change. Also, it shows the UPA (United Progressive Alliance) the
need to introduce the women's reservation bill soon," she said.

Jaya Sharma, a student of Delhi University, said: "I think this
verdict will encourage more women to come into politics and change
things for the better."

"Also, this verdict shows that people really want a change and have
faith in women leaders to do that. The fact that a huge number of
supporters of Mamata Banerjee are youngsters and women shows that they
have voted for her in the hope of better services and better
governance," she said.

Mamata Banerjee will become the 14th woman chief minister that India
has had since independence.

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Today's topics:

* Close call on a training ride - 2 messages, 2 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/b0b3dce207ab2b5a?hl=en
* Please make this plot for me... - 3 messages, 3 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/330196c39805e2b1?hl=en
* Road ID - 1 messages, 1 author
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/58bcc70450331802?hl=en
* It's time to thank the rbr faithful - 3 messages, 2 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/99561362e0d66d48?hl=en
* Road ID Decision Matrix - a helpful guide - 5 messages, 4 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/43ba36eaca03b5d2?hl=en
* so you want to be a pro? - 5 messages, 4 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/833bd784841dfab4?hl=en
* UCI List of all dopers ranked 0-10 "Most likely to succeed" - 4 messages, 3
authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/98c5fb6d7d8a5a10?hl=en
* Who can do the math on this ? Wouter - 1 messages, 1 author
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/9b707f1afbe6fb14?hl=en
* what happened to Petacchi? - 1 messages, 1 author
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/d910e7a8d0e026e4?hl=en

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TOPIC: Close call on a training ride
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/b0b3dce207ab2b5a?hl=en
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== 1 of 2 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 12:21 am
From: Fredmaster of Brainerd


On May 13, 10:06 pm, Brad Anders <pband...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On May 13, 9:11 pm, "Mike Jacoubowsky" <Mi...@ChainReaction.com>
> wrote:
>
>
>
> > "Brad Anders" <pband...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> >news:bc91fa32-649a-4863-a557-905480e81784@34g2000pru.googlegroups.com...
> > On May 12, 9:02 pm, "Mike Jacoubowsky" <Mi...@ChainReaction.com>
> > wrote:>http://chainreactionblogs.com/diary/
>
> > > Check out the video for today's entry. A very interesting morning.
>
> > > --Mike-- Chain Reaction Bicycleswww.ChainReactionBicycles.com
>
> > ===========
> > It's amazing how many accidents (bike, car, motorcycle) that we've all
> > come upon on Skyline, 84, 9, 92, and the rest of the Santa Cruz
> > Mountains roads. Friends of mine saw a dead motorcyclist hanging in a
> > tree on the east descent on 84.
> > ===========
>
> > Two years ago my son and I went 5 or 6 weeks straight of coming across
> > motorcycle carnage on our Sunday rides. The most-popular spot was on the
> > west side of Haskins, about halfway down. There's a corner at the end of
> > a long straight section that they overcook consistently. One did die. We
> > didn't know it at the time. As if he went straight, with his motorcycle
> > about 30 feet down the embankment, stuck upright between some trees.
> > Looked pretty funny and worth a good laugh until we found out later he
> > didn't make it. Some really stupid squids out there. At least, in
> > general, they're fairly decent towards bicyclists.
>
> > --Mike--     Chain Reaction Bicycleswww.ChainReactionBicycles.com
>
> There was a period during the dot-com boom that went like this:
>
> 1. Young guy who has never ridden or owned a motorcycle makes big
> bucks off IPO
> 2. Young guy takes his money to the Ducati dealer and buys a 996
> 3. Young guy doesn't take any motorcycle safety classes, because he's
> brilliant (hey, he just made big money) and doesn't need them
> 4. Young guy takes his new 996 up into the Santa Cruz Mountains to
> show the local hotshoes how it's done
> 5. Young guy overcooks a sweeper on (fill in the blank with the road
> name) and either hits a tree or a pickup truck head-on at 80+ mph
> 6. Young guy becomes a dead guy

See, this is why we should be grateful when young
Silicon Valley hotshots buy the latest Trek Madone++
(or whatever the trick bike is now) and show up to
rides fully kitted out in new gear and without a clue.
It's much safer than motorcycling and conserves
our local tech talent, that we need to keep from falling
even further behind India/Taiwan/China/Malaysia/any
country with a remotely functional educational system.

Fredmaster Ben


== 2 of 2 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 8:29 am
From: RicodJour


On May 14, 3:21 am, Fredmaster of Brainerd <bjwei...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On May 13, 10:06 pm, Brad Anders <pband...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > On May 13, 9:11 pm, "Mike Jacoubowsky" <Mi...@ChainReaction.com>
> > wrote:
>
> > > "Brad Anders" <pband...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> > >news:bc91fa32-649a-4863-a557-905480e81784@34g2000pru.googlegroups.com...
> > > On May 12, 9:02 pm, "Mike Jacoubowsky" <Mi...@ChainReaction.com>
> > > wrote:>http://chainreactionblogs.com/diary/
>
> > > > Check out the video for today's entry. A very interesting morning.
>
> > > > --Mike-- Chain Reaction Bicycleswww.ChainReactionBicycles.com
>
> > > ===========
> > > It's amazing how many accidents (bike, car, motorcycle) that we've all
> > > come upon on Skyline, 84, 9, 92, and the rest of the Santa Cruz
> > > Mountains roads. Friends of mine saw a dead motorcyclist hanging in a
> > > tree on the east descent on 84.
> > > ===========
>
> > > Two years ago my son and I went 5 or 6 weeks straight of coming across
> > > motorcycle carnage on our Sunday rides. The most-popular spot was on the
> > > west side of Haskins, about halfway down. There's a corner at the end of
> > > a long straight section that they overcook consistently. One did die. We
> > > didn't know it at the time. As if he went straight, with his motorcycle
> > > about 30 feet down the embankment, stuck upright between some trees.
> > > Looked pretty funny and worth a good laugh until we found out later he
> > > didn't make it. Some really stupid squids out there. At least, in
> > > general, they're fairly decent towards bicyclists.
>
> > > --Mike--     Chain Reaction Bicycleswww.ChainReactionBicycles.com
>
> > There was a period during the dot-com boom that went like this:
>
> > 1. Young guy who has never ridden or owned a motorcycle makes big
> > bucks off IPO
> > 2. Young guy takes his money to the Ducati dealer and buys a 996
> > 3. Young guy doesn't take any motorcycle safety classes, because he's
> > brilliant (hey, he just made big money) and doesn't need them
> > 4. Young guy takes his new 996 up into the Santa Cruz Mountains to
> > show the local hotshoes how it's done
> > 5. Young guy overcooks a sweeper on (fill in the blank with the road
> > name) and either hits a tree or a pickup truck head-on at 80+ mph
> > 6. Young guy becomes a dead guy
>
> See, this is why we should be grateful when young
> Silicon Valley hotshots buy the latest Trek Madone++
> (or whatever the trick bike is now) and show up to
> rides fully kitted out in new gear and without a clue.
> It's much safer than motorcycling and conserves
> our local tech talent, that we need to keep from falling
> even further behind India/Taiwan/China/Malaysia/any
> country with a remotely functional educational system.

That may be true, but a hot motorcycle is far more likely to get
someone laid than a hot bicycle. More breeding now, more tech talent
in the future. You can read my monograph on the topic in the June
issue of Iron Horse magazine.

R

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TOPIC: Please make this plot for me...
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/330196c39805e2b1?hl=en
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== 1 of 3 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 1:39 am
From: Fredmaster of Brainerd


On May 13, 11:10 am, Peter Armitage <npeterarmit...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Too busy/important to do it myself.   I'd like to see...
>
> TdF finish vs. UCI Suspicion index
>
> UCI Rank in July 190 vs. UCI Suspicion index

A guy gets to be a professor, and he starts treating
everyone like a grad student.

Very well, so be it. I got your Chung Charts RIGHT HERE,
buddy. UCI suspicion index vs TDF 2010 final results:

http://mingus.as.arizona.edu/~bjw/misc/rbr/tdf2010gc_suspindex.png

I don't see much of a correlation except that the bottom
half of the GC has many more zeroes. Perhaps these
guys don't/can't want/need/afford sophisticated blood
manipulation.

Beyond the top 30 or so, no one is fighting for places,
so one might expect correlations with place number to
wash out. So maybe look at just the top 30 in the classifications:

http://mingus.as.arizona.edu/~bjw/misc/rbr/tdf2010gc_top30_suspindex.png
http://mingus.as.arizona.edu/~bjw/misc/rbr/tdf2010points_top30_suspindex.png
http://mingus.as.arizona.edu/~bjw/misc/rbr/tdf2010kom_top30_suspindex.png

Nothing dramatic leaps out. The top 5 on GC are above average
in suspicion index, but places 6-10 aren't, so you have to watch
out for cherry picking the data.

Histograms of suspicion index for top 10, 20, 50, and the
bottom half of GC:

http://mingus.as.arizona.edu/~bjw/misc/rbr/tdf2010gc_histogram_suspindex.png

I didn't do any Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests; I bet the excess
of 0-index riders in the bottom half is significant, but that the
distributions of top 10, 20, 50 are not significantly different.

Data file here:
http://mingus.as.arizona.edu/~bjw/misc/rbr/uci_susplist_tdf_2010_order1.txt

The hardest part is matching up all the name variants,
ignoring middle names and matronymics, diacritical marks etc etc.
It would be simpler if they all took one word names like
"Denilson."

Fredmaster Ben
RBR Data Mining Assistant

== 2 of 3 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 8:20 am
From: "Fred on a stick"


Fredmaster of Brainerd wrote:

> matronymics

Congratulations on first use in rbr.


== 3 of 3 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 8:26 am
From: Brad Anders


Excellent job, my conclusion - there's no correlation because they're
all doping. Or, there's no correlation because the UCI "suspicion
index" is bullshit. Pick your poison.

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TOPIC: Road ID
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/58bcc70450331802?hl=en
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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 2:25 am
From: Halverde


On May 12, 8:19 pm, Phil H <pholma...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This is what I'm thinking of putting on mine...
>
> Call 911, if I'm not in any shape to give you my name and address then
> don't waste any time calling anyone else....pleases call 911.
> Thanks :)
> Phil H

A colleague has exactly that on his. "DO RESUSCITATE. TRY 911?"

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TOPIC: It's time to thank the rbr faithful
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/99561362e0d66d48?hl=en
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== 1 of 3 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 2:28 am
From: Simply Fred


Ben Trovato wrote:
> Pretend? Of course there aren't any drugs in cycling; this whole
> doper hunt exists only to distract from the fact that the races are
> all fixed by Bordurian gambling rings.

Rebellin will expose all.


== 2 of 3 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 7:09 am
From: TheCoz


On May 14, 4:28 am, Simply Fred <n...@mailinator.com> wrote:
> Ben Trovato wrote:
> > Pretend?  Of course there aren't any drugs in cycling; this whole
> > doper hunt exists only to distract from the fact that the races are
> > all fixed by Bordurian gambling rings.
>
> Rebellin will expose all.

I'm sure Sir Lance-a-Lot could give us some inside information on all
of that.
Coz


== 3 of 3 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 7:25 am
From: Simply Fred


Ben Trovato wrote:
>>> Pretend? Of course there aren't any drugs in cycling; this whole
>>> doper hunt exists only to distract from the fact that the races are
>>> all fixed by Bordurian gambling rings.

Simply Fred wrote:
>> Rebellin will expose all.

TheCoz wrote:
> I'm sure Sir Lance-a-Lot could give us some inside information on all
> of that.

He has no inside information on the Republic of Borduria, although if he
grows a beard and buys a yacht then he might.


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TOPIC: Road ID Decision Matrix - a helpful guide
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/43ba36eaca03b5d2?hl=en
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== 1 of 5 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 2:34 am
From: Simply Fred


Brad Anders wrote:
> Jeez, not '94, '04. More Alzheimer, I'd better include that one on my
> next RoadID.

Better put your address on as well in case you get lost.

Perhaps Lafferty/Mr Vidmar/BL/truthitalia (am I missing any ?) can
subpoena LANCE's Road ID to see if its got Ferrari's number on it.

== 2 of 5 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 7:17 am
From: Anton Berlin

>
> FWIW, I have a RoadID dogtag and chain. Mine notes my '94 aortic
> aneurysm repair (docs/EMT's wonder about that scar) and drug
> allergies, as well as name, phone numbers, etc. I ride alone a lot and
> the drivers around here are ape-shit nuts, so I figure at a minimum,
> they'll know who to inform to pick up the body.

Brad - sincerely trying to learn here but how would that information
be useful in your treatment for an injury that left you unable to
share that information ? (a concussion or other brain injury)

Wouldn't the EMTs be more concerned with your brain injury ?


== 3 of 5 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 7:29 am
From: Phil H


On May 13, 8:55 pm, Frederick the Great <rub...@pacbell.net> wrote:
> In article
> <49b3cbdd-20ea-4372-8942-6ac8fb286...@17g2000prr.googlegroups.com>,
>  Phil H <pholma...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On May 13, 10:41 am, RicodJour <ricodj...@worldemail.com> wrote:
> > > On May 13, 1:37 pm, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > >http://i54.tinypic.com/2mrdwg6.jpg
>
> > > Dead Prince Caspian,
>
> > > You seem to equate the RoadID thing with simple notification of
> > > emergency services.  Is not the primary aim to provide medical
> > > information to the responders?  Information that no thinking
> > > individual would dream of giving you (ostensible friend)?
>
> > > Pick another Jihad, dumbass.  This one is simply stupid and you
> > > further sully your sullied reputation.
>
> > > R
>
> > Oh, this is pure humor. I do think that the marketing arm of RoadID
> > has done a bang up job of parting everyone with at least $20 to
> > include their most vital information.....something I have on my
> > expired drivers license. Maybe that isn't such an impressive feat,
> > after all, most folks can't even go to the store without tweeting half
> > the neighborhood of their whereabouts.
> > Anyway, as far as medical advice goes, Woody Allen hit the nail on the
> > head......my doctor said I shouldn't let bullets enter my body. OK if
> > you have some potentially nasty medical condition but how many don't
> > who still have the road ID? My team mate ran a red light and got
> > pulled over by the law and didn't have any ID and got snotty with the
> > officer. Ended up cuffed and hauled off to the pokey, wonder if they
> > would have accepted the ID?
>
> Ya know those home medical alert systems?
> I have the T-shirt.
>
> Help I've fallen, and can't reach my beer.
>
> --
> Old Fritz

Good one. How about, if you find me passed out at a strip joint, cat
house or porn movie theater, don't call this number.
Phil H


== 4 of 5 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 8:05 am
From: RicodJour


On May 14, 10:17 am, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > FWIW, I have a RoadID dogtag and chain. Mine notes my '94 aortic
> > aneurysm repair (docs/EMT's wonder about that scar) and drug
> > allergies, as well as name, phone numbers, etc. I ride alone a lot and
> > the drivers around here are ape-shit nuts, so I figure at a minimum,
> > they'll know who to inform to pick up the body.
>
> Brad - sincerely trying to learn here but how would that information
> be useful in your treatment for an injury that left you unable to
> share that information ?  (a concussion or other brain injury)
>
> Wouldn't the EMTs be more concerned with your brain injury ?

Bike accidents are always brain injuries? Drug allergies are not
pertinent?

You take an odd line. Instead of saying, "Wouldn't that info be on a
card in your wallet?", you say the information is not pertinent in a
particular situation. I find that reasoning, for lack of a better
word, peculiar.

What's your take on those medical ID bracelets that are not marketed
to cyclists? If they make sense, then certainly the ones marketed to
cyclists make sense as well.

You just don't like the idea of wearing something else on your wrist
as it would take away from your other bracelets - the LANCE yellow,
Colbert red, and Not That There's Anything Wrong With That rainbow.

R


== 5 of 5 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 8:07 am
From: RicodJour


On May 14, 10:29 am, Phil H <pholma...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On May 13, 8:55 pm, Frederick the Great <rub...@pacbell.net> wrote:
>
> > Help I've fallen, and can't reach my beer.
>
> Good one. How about, if you find me passed out at a strip joint, cat
> house or porn movie theater, don't call this number.

Which is a perfect example of why someone would need a cheap ID wrist
bracelet. They were unconscious and someone stole their wallet with
all of their information.

R

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TOPIC: so you want to be a pro?
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/833bd784841dfab4?hl=en
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== 1 of 5 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 2:54 am
From: Mike


On May 13, 5:33 pm, Scott <hendricks_sc...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> I'm always amazed by the folks who plug away their entire 20's,
> chasing that elusive pro contract, thinking that if they just get that
> one opportunity they'll make it big.  All they need is someone to
> notice them and it's on like donkey kong.  The sad thing is, most of
> those in this situation must be delusional, as it's not a case of not
> being noticed, it's probably a case of just not having the talent (are
> you reading this, Mike?).
>
> Here's a case of what happens when you actually have the goods:
>
> http://velonews.competitor.com/2011/05/news/who-is-giro-stage-winner-...
>
> Discuss amongst yourselves.

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Am I Mike? I never know. The world doesn't revolve around me does it?
I did waste my 20's trying to be a good bike racer, I raced as a
5,4,3, then collegiately, all in the same year, and then upgraded to
cat. 1 and then I went to real bike races and saw a bunch of really
talented, dedicated doped up freaks that raced at a different level -
they were gifted, both in their talent, drive and dope taking ability.
None of them had hair, they were all bald. I can name some names but
we know who I am talking about. Some are still racing for Radio
Shack.

I also raced with some kids that were 19 and dropped me, and none of
them became top pros. And some other dudes that were 26 and getting
PHD's - many became doctors and engineers. I raced with other guys who
were 37 and had kids and they all still hammered me until I was
demoralized. I realized I was talented and pretty good, but I was
never gonna win a stage of the Giro. It took about three years.

It was the most fun (funnest) time of my life and I don't regret a
minute of it. I had to get a real job eventually. Am I jealous of the
real stars who make it? Yes. But I'm sure they will have their own
stories to tell eventually, much more interesting than mine, but full
of compromises and realizations. I hope they save some money and keep
their urine clean.

You guys that watch on the sidelines and then judge the people that
tried to make it and failed - I think that is really sad.
But Scott, maybe you were doing something really fun in your 20's, I
don't know, drummer in a crappy band, I hope so.


== 2 of 5 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 7:07 am
From: Scott


On May 14, 3:54 am, Mike <mtschatz...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On May 13, 5:33 pm, Scott <hendricks_sc...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I'm always amazed by the folks who plug away their entire 20's,
> > chasing that elusive pro contract, thinking that if they just get that
> > one opportunity they'll make it big.  All they need is someone to
> > notice them and it's on like donkey kong.  The sad thing is, most of
> > those in this situation must be delusional, as it's not a case of not
> > being noticed, it's probably a case of just not having the talent (are
> > you reading this, Mike?).
>
> > Here's a case of what happens when you actually have the goods:
>
> >http://velonews.competitor.com/2011/05/news/who-is-giro-stage-winner-...
>
> > Discuss amongst yourselves.
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Am I Mike? I never know. The world doesn't revolve around me does it?
> I did waste my 20's trying to be a good bike racer, I raced as a
> 5,4,3, then collegiately, all in the same year, and then upgraded to
> cat. 1 and then I went to real bike races and saw a bunch of really
> talented, dedicated doped up freaks that raced at a different level -
> they were gifted, both in their talent, drive and dope taking ability.
> None of them had hair, they were all bald. I can name some names but
> we know who I am talking about. Some are still racing for Radio
> Shack.
>
> I also raced with some kids that were 19 and dropped me, and none of
> them became top pros. And some other dudes that were 26 and getting
> PHD's - many became doctors and engineers. I raced with other guys who
> were 37 and had kids and they all still hammered me until I was
> demoralized. I realized I was talented and pretty good, but I was
> never gonna win a stage of the Giro. It took about three years.
>
> It was the most fun (funnest) time of my life and I don't regret a
> minute of it. I had to get a real job eventually. Am I jealous of the
> real stars who make it? Yes. But I'm sure they will have their own
> stories to tell eventually, much more interesting than mine, but full
> of compromises and realizations. I hope they save some money and keep
> their urine clean.
>
> You guys that watch on the sidelines and then judge the people that
> tried to make it and failed - I think that is really sad.
> But Scott, maybe you were doing something really fun in your 20's, I
> don't know, drummer in a crappy band, I hope so.

In my 20's I spent my time in the company of some of the finest people
you'd ever meet.


== 3 of 5 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 7:08 am
From: Anton Berlin


All low performing cyclists are a result of having picked the wrong
parents.

Parents that pass on low V02 coupled with the deathnail of "morality
and ethics" ensure a cyclists demise


== 4 of 5 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 8:16 am
From: RicodJour


On May 14, 5:54 am, Mike <mtschatz...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On May 13, 5:33 pm, Scott <hendricks_sc...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I'm always amazed by the folks who plug away their entire 20's,
> > chasing that elusive pro contract, thinking that if they just get that
> > one opportunity they'll make it big.  All they need is someone to
> > notice them and it's on like donkey kong.  The sad thing is, most of
> > those in this situation must be delusional, as it's not a case of not
> > being noticed, it's probably a case of just not having the talent (are
> > you reading this, Mike?).
>
> > Here's a case of what happens when you actually have the goods:
>
> >http://velonews.competitor.com/2011/05/news/who-is-giro-stage-winner-...
>
> > Discuss amongst yourselves.
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Am I Mike? I never know. The world doesn't revolve around me does it?
> I did waste my 20's trying to be a good bike racer, I raced as a
> 5,4,3, then collegiately, all in the same year, and then upgraded to
> cat. 1 and then I went to real bike races and saw a bunch of really
> talented, dedicated doped up freaks that raced at a different level -
> they were gifted, both in their talent, drive and dope taking ability.
> None of them had hair, they were all bald. I can name some names but
> we know who I am talking about. Some are still racing for Radio
> Shack.
>
> I also raced with some kids that were 19 and dropped me, and none of
> them became top pros. And some other dudes that were 26 and getting
> PHD's - many became doctors and engineers. I raced with other guys who
> were 37 and had kids and they all still hammered me until I was
> demoralized. I realized I was talented and pretty good, but I was
> never gonna win a stage of the Giro. It took about three years.
>
> It was the most fun (funnest) time of my life and I don't regret a
> minute of it. I had to get a real job eventually. Am I jealous of the
> real stars who make it? Yes. But I'm sure they will have their own
> stories to tell eventually, much more interesting than mine, but full
> of compromises and realizations. I hope they save some money and keep
> their urine clean.
>
> You guys that watch on the sidelines and then judge the people that
> tried to make it and failed - I think that is really sad.
> But Scott, maybe you were doing something really fun in your 20's, I
> don't know, drummer in a crappy band, I hope so.

In your little romp down nostalgia lane above, you conveniently omit
that you were doping as well. Now you're playing the moral crusader
even though you don't regret any of it. You know, a schmuck.

R


== 5 of 5 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 8:21 am
From: RicodJour


On May 14, 10:08 am, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> All low performing cyclists are a result of having picked the wrong
> parents.
>
> Parents that pass on low V02 coupled with the deathnail of "morality
> and ethics" ensure a cyclists demise

Do you mean the deathnail of "morality and ethics" that is only
discovered after someone committed the offense?
"I'm sorry, your Honor, it was a bad time for me and I made some bad
choices, and I'm really, really sorry. I'll have to live with it all
my life." Sniff, sob.

Whingemaster Flash is playing all high and mighty after the fact, yet
he was just another doping douchebag. He knew what he was doing.
It's not like someone held a gun to his head. And he doesn't regret
any of it. Fuck him.

R

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TOPIC: UCI List of all dopers ranked 0-10 "Most likely to succeed"
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/98c5fb6d7d8a5a10?hl=en
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== 1 of 4 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 7:11 am
From: Anton Berlin


So is the consensus these are clean riders or just really good
dopers?


== 2 of 4 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 8:10 am
From: RicodJour


On May 14, 10:11 am, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> So is the consensus these are clean riders or just really good
> dopers?

Define clean. Right after a long, thorough cleaning in a shower, your
body is still full of microbes.

If you can't define clean regarding cleanliness, how can you define
clean regarding doping?

R


== 3 of 4 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 8:16 am
From: Brad Anders


On May 13, 10:42 am, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> The UCI issued a formal statement in response to the publication of
> the list, noting that "suspicion is not the same as guilt." Earlier
> the governing body said it would launch an investigation to discover
> the source of the leak, but said the riders mentioned in the report
> should not automatically be regarded as doping suspects.

This statement by the UCI is bullshit. The fact is that anyone above a
0 on this list will always be tainted. I can imagine postings here 5
years from now, "yeah, Chavanel did well, but remember, he was a 1 on
the UCI list and has probably been doping his whole career". The UCI
and WADA have a history of spreading doping innuendo and leaks, well
in advance of due process, for many years.


== 4 of 4 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 8:17 am
From: Brad Anders


On May 13, 10:48 am, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>  Interesting that the big guys are all 0s in this list -Boasen Hagen,
> Cancellera, Rast, and Zabriskie.
>
> Slyvain Chavanel is only a 1
>
> Sastre Schleck and Vight are all only 3s but then again so is Basso

Also interesting that Mikey S. has been trumpeting that Cancellara is
clearly a doper.

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TOPIC: Who can do the math on this ? Wouter
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.bicycles.racing/t/9b707f1afbe6fb14?hl=en
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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 7:43 am
From: Phil H


On May 10, 3:00 pm, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> You have a 160 lb cyclist going 35-40 mph hit his "pedal"  (toes, foot
> ankle shin etc) into an immovable object (the stone wall)
>
> In my fucking experience something like this would have happened
> before (or as a part of)  the pedal breaks off the spindle or the
> spindle breaks or the crankarm breaks or the crank rips off the bottom
> bracket or the bottom bracket itself breaks.
>
> What makes more sense is that his left handlebar caught on the top of
> the wall causing a violent steer to the left that then made a pivot
> point of the front hub and launched him face first into the pavement.
> (also notice his facial deformation after the crash.)
>
> So the forces at play were the conversion of most of his forward mass
> and speed into an arc extending 3ft ish from his front hub and into
> the pavement.    Violent indeed.
>
> Reminds me of the spill that Bart Bell and Tom Brinker took on the
> back of the tandem out in Colorado Springs in 1987ish.   I was shocked
> to see them alive after that.  I can't recall who was the stoker that
> night but they were slammed into the concrete in a way that give me
> chills today.
>
> PS ( I am not confusing this with the 92 Nats crash)

When falling off a bicycle at speed there are two things to consider.
The force exerted on you by vertical deceleration when you hit the
pavement. This is normally survivable because the vertical velocity
component isn't high even though the deceleration distance is small
(the road doesn't give). This is the design criteria for helmets. The
forward component is the more potentially dangerous and is again
survivable if you slide a few feet. However, hit a wall, tree or other
immovable object and the deceleration is huge and the damage
potentially much more extensive.
Phil H

==============================================================================
TOPIC: what happened to Petacchi?
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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Sat, May 14 2011 7:49 am
From: Davey Crockett


Brad Anders a écrit profondement:

| On May 13, 6:02 am, Davey Crockett <r...@azurservers.com> wrote:
| > Simply Fred a écrit profondement:
| >
| > | The RAI coverage had their camera on him trying to interview him right
| > | after the sprint and he looked completely cooked and was breathing too
| > | hard to talk for a while.
| >
| > He Blew Up pure and simple
>
| Possibly, though I've never seen a sprinter of the caliber of Petacchi
| quit so close to the line, when he clearly could have won.

Well if it had been Kelly, or Anquetil, I would have expected that a
nice contribution to his retirement fund might have had something to do
with it.

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New Delhi-110001

 

Respected Sir,

 

We conducted fact finding on the incident of brutal physical assault on an innocent civilian namely Mr. Iccharuddin Molla of District-Murshidabad, West Bengal. The victim resides in a village located near Indo-Bangladesh border. The incident happened on 15.3.2011 and the victim sustained grave injuries due to the barbaric torture perpetrated upon him by the perpetrator BSF personnel. The victim knocked the door of the administration as well as the police authorities by lodging specific complaint against the perpetrator BSF personnel but till date no action whatsoever has been taken from any corner of our so called justice delivery system against the perpetrator BSF personnel.  Our attached fact finding report gives details of the incident. The perpetrators violated the right to life and equal protection before law of the victim.  

 

It is also relevant here to mention that previously on 03/08/2007 the victim and his father was assaulted by the then BSF jawans of Out-Post no. 4 of Khyertala BSF Camp, by the personnel of Battalion Number-90, Company-A, Jalangi. On that incident complaint was lodged before NHRC (vide Ref No. EU/ NHRC/ IM/ 612/ 07 dated 21 / 9/2007; NHRC Case No. 674 / 25 / 13 / 07-08-PF / OC). On the basis of our complaint one enquiry was conducted and the then District Magistrate of Murshidabad vide his letter dated 10.1.2008 informed us that "the allegation remains stand by the Enquiry Report". But till date we have no knowledge about what action was taken against the accused BSF personnel. The scanned copy of the said letter is attached in the fact finding report.   

 

Hence we seek your urgent intervention in this in the following manner:-

 

  • The whole matter must be investigated by a neutral investigating agency appointed by the Commission.
  • A First Information Report must immediately be recorded at local police station against the perpetrator BSF personnel on the strength of the victim's complaint and pending the investigation the perpetrator BSF personnel must be suspended from their service.
  • The victim must be provided with adequate compensation and the expenses for the medical treatment of the victim must be incurred by the perpetrator BSF personnel from their own pocket.
  • We also demand witness protection for the victim and other available witness in this case from any threat, coercion from the perpetrator BSF personnel.

 

Thanking You,

Yours truly

 

 

 

 

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& National Convener, PACTI

 

========== #### =========

 

Name of the victim:- Mr. Iccharuddin Molla, son of Mr. Enamul Molla, aged about-30 years, by faith- Muslim, by occupation-land labourer, residing at village-Tiktikipara, Police Station-Jalangi, District-Murshidabad, West Bengal, India.

 

Name of the perpetrators: - the on-duty BSF jawans of BSF Out-Post 1590 under Jalangi Police Station, District-Murshidabad

 

Place of incident: - Near BSF Out-Post 1590 under Jalangi Police Station, District-Murshidabad.

 

Date & time of incident: - On 15.3.2011 at about 6.30 am

 

Case Details:- It is revealed during our fact finding that on 15.3.2011 at about 6.30 am the victim along with Mr. Jamrul Seikh, son of Kader Seikh and Mr. Mahsin Seikh, son of Mr. Atahar Seikh went to the farming land of Mr. Fajlu Mondal, son of Mr. Jharu Mondal. The said farming land of Mr. Jharu Mondal is located near BSF Out-Post 1590. The victim and his companions came to the said BSF before entering into the land of Mr. Jharu Mondal. The victim and his companions showed their entry book to the on-duty BSF jawans of the said BSF Out- Post for registering their entry into the land. One of the on-duty BSF jawans was looking on the pages of the entry book of the victim. He found one mobile number on a page of the entry book of the victim. On finding the mobile number the said BSF jawans started hurling filthy languages upon the victim and he started shouting as to why the mobile number was written on the entry book. Then the on-duty BSF jawans on such alleged fault by the victim grabbed him and one of them slapped with force on his face twice. Moreover the perpetrator BSF jawans assaulted the victim by beating him with their boot.

 

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The victim duly attended the local Jalangi Police Station with a written complaint against the perpetrator BSF jawans, but the police instead of registering any First Information Report only recoded the matter in the General Diary Entry Book vide GDE no. 894 dated 16.3.2011. But till date the police did start any investigation into the matter and perpetrator BSF jawans are roaming freely.  



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