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He looks familiar, but he's usually racing behind me, so I can't be sure.
It's that guy from ABBA! Wow, he still looks really young.-- E.C. Chamberlain
A mad scientist, a sun worshiper.(nb. picture in background, sun spots!) That blonde body hair on his face is a dead give away too. To much sun.
...yo mama...nah, yo mama would be much cuter than that......ya, i'd go w/ e.c.c on this one, it's gotta be the guy from abba...
gcd - that's like bulletin board material for that guy...training motivation (with the assumption that someone so funny looking actually get on the bike and train)sun spots? tobacco protoplasts expressing GFP (other side of the size scale)
...hey, lets not forget the big money riding on this...we gotta know the details now...
It's GeWilli. Link to his blog is to the left on my site. He's been my mechanic/support for the East Coast races for a couple of years now. When he's not out pitting for me, he plays a brainy science guy (with manderkitten tee to balance him out!)
...ya, but he still coulda been in abba at some point...
I suppose that's possible because i don't know what an abba is.
ABBA was a Swedish group (Musicians) that started out in 1970. Their greatest hit, in my opinion, was Waterloo made about 1974. ABBA was derived from the first initials of their first names. (A little history)
...i was sure he was in the band during their 'welsh period'......everyone jokes about abba, but in truth they were 4 strong singers......kinda like making fun of barry manilow, who may not be everyones cup of tea, but the guy is a dynamic performer......btw...anybody who helps support any form of women's cycling is good in my book, but especially something as arcane as cross......props to gewilli...
I LOVE barry manilow, but DO NOT assume i love the bee gees too.
Is Barry the one who wrote the songs?-- E.C. Chamberlain
...ec...groan......but speaking of art...peanut, have you seen any of the coastal art projects by various well known artists along the belgian waterfront......i saw a few photos but i haven't been able to find out much about it although i dig the idea of public art displays in unusual places...
there aren't enough races that far west for me to have the time to check it out. I raced Koksijde this year but we arrived to our hotel by the water after sunset then direct to the race next morning and direct to france from the race. Typical travel schedule - no time for checking anything out.BUT when i go to NYC at the end of the month i will be checking out all public artwork in strange places like the Astor Place cube. I'll give it a spin for you.
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