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    My new shoes damnit!!

    Something annoying happened to me the other day. I was out for a ride with some intervals when I hugged the inside of a tight corner and hit a dog perfectly hidden from my sight. I went down, cussing, but luckily my clothes weren't badly damaged and I stitched up my Gore tex jacket.

    Anyway, about the dog, I think it was a bichon frise- not really sure, one of these cuddly white small thingies, wasn't so lucky. Nobody noticed- strangely enough as it was in this residential area on a sunday afternoon, but here's the deal: dog lies there twitching, and I didn't know what to do, and didn't wanna be held responsible, but I just couldn't let that stupid canine lie there bleeding, so I stomped on its head until it stopped twitching. I thought of putting the body in a trash can, but dead animals may be infested with bacteria, so I just pedaled home and had my ride spoiled.

    As if that wasn't bad enough, my new pearl-izumis (damn good shoes) had gotten blood all over them, and I wasn't able to get all of it off, after showering it with water and using chlorine and a brush.

    Does anybody here have a great tip on how I could restore my practically new Izumis? The blood on em really looks suspicious.
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    and you are worried about your shoes? a$$...

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    newly murdered animals don't have deadly bacteria.

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    Burn the shoes, the twitching means rabies!

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    I am overwhelmed with sympathy for you, [email protected]

    maybe someday you should learn to take responsibility for your actions

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    Yeah it's a troll, but putting an animal out of misery is needed at times. Once on christmas eve after cutting down a tree and loading up a truck load of wood we were driving back to the house at about 10-15 mph, our german shepard got in the way...thump thump... I know my dad didn't mean to do it, I'm glad as soon as we got back to the house that he got his rifle and went back and put the our dog down, I'd rather see that as a dog twitching and in horrible pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadlyStryker
    and you are worried about your shoes? a$$...
    Yeah, why shouldn't I worry about my izumis. They are brand new, for christ's sake. You think I am an ass coz I don't worry about the dog? It is fuc king dead so what is there to worry about? You should try to be at least a bit empathic if you wanna help me out, wise guy.

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    After a story like that why would anyone want to help you out???? Can you imagine some little girl looking out and seeing a cyclist stomping her dog's head? Talk about leaving a lasting impression on someone.

    My advice is burn the shoes. If you want you can take them off first, that's optional though.

    Some troll's are so transparent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LowCel
    After a story like that why would anyone want to help you out???? Can you imagine some little girl looking out and seeing a cyclist stomping her dog's head? Talk about leaving a lasting impression on someone.

    My advice is burn the shoes. If you want you can take them off first, that's optional though.

    Some troll's are so transparent.
    I don't get this. Are u 4 real man? This purely hypothetical girl of yours is probably already used to getting served tons of violence from the news on TV. And you believe a dead dog is gonna cause her severe mental distress?

    Every day, a few thousand people are brutally murdered, and you get angry with me because of one (1!) lousy b*tch lying in my way as I hug a bend. Did I say I did it on purpose?

    Now, even thinking of burning the shoes is preposterous. There must be some sorta way to disinfect and get the color off them damn shoes. Now, I wish somebody on this board would share that with me, seeing as I can't be the only one staining a pair of race shoes here. If you wanna get all greenpeace, wwf whatever with me, take it to the animal-rights board.

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    Your right, seeing things on the news is exactly the same as seeing some one stomping on your dog.

    Here's an idea.......get a life. It's obvious your current one isn't working out too well.

    Ok, I'm done feeding the trolls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 80rpm

    As if that wasn't bad enough, my new pearl-izumis (damn good shoes) had gotten blood all over them, and I wasn't able to get all of it off, after showering it with water and using chlorine and a brush.

    Does anybody here have a great tip on how I could restore my practically new Izumis? The blood on em really looks suspicious.

    Way to go!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 80rpm
    As if that wasn't bad enough, my new pearl-izumis (damn good shoes) had gotten blood all over them, and I wasn't able to get all of it off, after showering it with water and using chlorine and a brush.

    Does anybody here have a great tip on how I could restore my practically new Izumis? The blood on em really looks suspicious.
    Listen Tulip, ya' gotta' use cold water for bloodstains. I suggest you read Chuck Palahniuk's book "Survivor." It's packed full of great tips for removing stains.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    Listen Tulip, ya' gotta' use cold water for bloodstains. I suggest you read Chuck Palahniuk's book "Survivor." It's packed full of great tips for removing stains.
    Alright, girl. I am using cold water and a scrub right this minute, and the stains stil won't go off!!!!! Any other great ideas??

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    Listen Tulip, ya' gotta' use cold water for bloodstains. I suggest you read Chuck Palahniuk's book "Survivor." It's packed full of great tips for removing stains.
    Alright, girl. I am using cold water and a scrub right this minute, and the stains still won't go off!!!!! Any other great ideas??

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    maybe try....

    urine? Rumor has it that this works best while wearing them though, to be sure the shoe holds its shape. If that doesn't work try paint thinner, that stuff will remove anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 80rpm
    Does anybody here have a great tip on how I could restore my practically new Izumis? The blood on em really looks suspicious.
    Take 'em to your friendly neighborhood police station - I hear the po-lice have great ways of removing bloodstains

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    Oh...

    If you still are having problems, maybe check with old_dude, from what I understand he is an expert at removing animal stains from garments.
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    Here's what you should do:

    1. Take off your shoes, being careful not to get blood on your self or clothes
    2. Lay them down on a newspaper or old blanket
    3. Take off your cycling shorts
    4. Pick up the shoes
    5. Shove them up your @ss (one at a time)
    6. Leave them there

    Have a great day! D.
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    80rpm, you are a real jerk…

    You were riding irresponsibly, going around a blind corner too fast and killed someone’s pet, and all you can think about is you, your torn shirt and your bloody shoes.

    What if it had been a kid or an old lady you ran down… would you have stomped on their head too?

    I suggest you go back to the scene, find the owner and make your apologies. Karma will be following you for a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 80rpm
    Something annoying happened to me the other day. I was out for a ride with some intervals when I hugged the inside of a tight corner and hit a dog perfectly hidden from my sight. I went down, cussing, but luckily my clothes weren't badly damaged and I stitched up my Gore tex jacket.

    Anyway, about the dog, I think it was a bichon frise- not really sure, one of these cuddly white small thingies, wasn't so lucky. Nobody noticed- strangely enough as it was in this residential area on a sunday afternoon, but here's the deal: dog lies there twitching, and I didn't know what to do, and didn't wanna be held responsible, but I just couldn't let that stupid canine lie there bleeding, so I stomped on its head until it stopped twitching. I thought of putting the body in a trash can, but dead animals may be infested with bacteria, so I just pedaled home and had my ride spoiled.

    As if that wasn't bad enough, my new pearl-izumis (damn good shoes) had gotten blood all over them, and I wasn't able to get all of it off, after showering it with water and using chlorine and a brush.

    Does anybody here have a great tip on how I could restore my practically new Izumis? The blood on em really looks suspicious.
    Why did you stomp on its head? Is that how you got the blood on your shoes? I understand you wanted to put it out of its missery, but if you're so concerned with your shoes, you shouldve killed the dog with a stick or something. Personally i couldve never done what you did and wouldve probably taken the dog to a vet to have them put it down, then find the owners and apollogize. You however chose to take matters into your shoes. Anyhow, i dont know how this will work on your shoes but:
    Blood
    Rinse your garment thoroughly in cold water, then soak it with a dash of ammonia for 20 minutes. Use stain remover to spray the area and soak it for several hours if necessary. You should then launder the garment with an enzyme detergent. If the stain persists, spray your garment with hydrogen peroxide, let it soak for a few minutes and then launder again.

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    Pearl Izumi shoes suck. Toss them out. Buy yourself some Sidi's - they wipe off easily, and the black color hides the stains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuelish
    Take 'em to your friendly neighborhood police station - I hear the po-lice have great ways of removing bloodstains
    While you're there explain to them what happened so they can charge you with cruelty to animals.

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    Leave the blood on the shoes. Say you got bloddy from running into the dog and skidding on the road.
    Your friends will say, "Damn dogs. You shoulda kicked it's head in."
    You say, "Man! I so did kick it's head in."
    Friend, "Dude! I wish I could be as cool as you."
    You "Never could be as cool as me, cause I wear Goretex while road riding intervals. I am so full of sh!t".
    Nice try, dumba$$. You need a better story. Especially the part about the hidden dog. There are more holes in that troll than your cycling shorts.
    Now, if there is blood from a spill, use a mixture of 50/50 white vinager (sp) and water, or diluted nail polish remover.
    Or leave it as a battle mark.
    Tim...stomping in heads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rotr no more
    Leave the blood on the shoes. Say you got bloddy from running into the dog and skidding on the road.
    Your friends will say, "Damn dogs. You shoulda kicked it's head in."
    You say, "Man! I so did kick it's head in."
    Friend, "Dude! I wish I could be as cool as you."
    You "Never could be as cool as me, cause I wear Goretex while road riding intervals. I am so full of sh!t".
    Nice try, dumba$$. You need a better story. Especially the part about the hidden dog. There are more holes in that troll than your cycling shorts.
    Now, if there is blood from a spill, use a mixture of 50/50 white vinager (sp) and water, or diluted nail polish remover.
    Or leave it as a battle mark.
    Tim...stomping in heads.
    Yeah, every cyclist has to live in California. Especially in February. Wtf makes you even think I am american?

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    I hate to feed the trolls but...RANT

    I would not normally post to something as lame as this - I came to get away from a shitty day at work and somehow saw this stupid post first, and now I am angry.

    80 Dude - you are an A$$, you either are a Troll and this is all BS and that makes me pi$$ed which makes you an A$$ or you really did hit a dog because your were not paying enough attention to what you were doing and that makes you an A$$ and then you are especially an a$$ not for putting the dog down which you should have done since you hit it but rather for not being man enough to take responsibililty for your actions. It does not matter what focking country you are from being a man means being responsible for your own actions and doing especially the things that you dont want to do. So I guess that makes you less then a man, much less IMHO as well as complete and total A$$

    Since you cannot take responsibility for what you do I dont know why anybody would want to actually help you out - I know a great way to get blood out but I sure as he!! wouldnt share it with your stupid A$$

    Here is what I think you really are and if you are not a troll then, "here's some toys for you little boy!" Now go play and take you stupid Sh!t with you somewhere else
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    Wow! ADDS right?

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    Maybe you'll be really lucky one day and someone will put you out of your misery the same way.

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    Hey 80rpm, your sooo insensitive, try hydrogen pyroxide(sp?), it takes blood out of shirts.

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    Kick me

    After reading this entire post, I'd like someone to kick my head in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 80rpm
    Something annoying happened to me the other day. I was out for a ride with some intervals when I hugged the inside of a tight corner and hit a dog perfectly hidden from my sight. I went down, cussing, but luckily my clothes weren't badly damaged and I stitched up my Gore tex jacket.

    Anyway, about the dog, I think it was a bichon frise- not really sure, one of these cuddly white small thingies, wasn't so lucky. Nobody noticed- strangely enough as it was in this residential area on a sunday afternoon, but here's the deal: dog lies there twitching, and I didn't know what to do, and didn't wanna be held responsible, but I just couldn't let that stupid canine lie there bleeding, so I stomped on its head until it stopped twitching. I thought of putting the body in a trash can, but dead animals may be infested with bacteria, so I just pedaled home and had my ride spoiled.

    As if that wasn't bad enough, my new pearl-izumis (damn good shoes) had gotten blood all over them, and I wasn't able to get all of it off, after showering it with water and using chlorine and a brush.

    Does anybody here have a great tip on how I could restore my practically new Izumis? The blood on em really looks suspicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 80rpm
    Yeah, every cyclist has to live in California. Especially in February. Wtf makes you even think I am american?
    Who said anything about California?
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    protein stain

    Take an old tooth brush, a small container of water, and a bar of ivory soap. Be sure to use the small container of water to tone down the soap, you don't want to end up with bleach spots...

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    Poor Dog F*ck your shoes

    Quote Originally Posted by 80rpm
    Yeah, why shouldn't I worry about my izumis. They are brand new, for christ's sake. You think I am an ass coz I don't worry about the dog? It is fuc king dead so what is there to worry about? You should try to be at least a bit empathic if you wanna help me out, wise guy.


    The dog may have only been knocked out. Next time you fall down off your bike I hope someone exercises the same standard of care to you as you did for that dog!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EMT
    While you're there explain to them what happened so they can charge you with cruelty to animals.

    This arrogant [email protected]*& does not give a darn about animals.

    While he is there takning responsibility which people like him never will. I hope the owner of the murdered dog is a 6ft 5in tall 240lb animal lover who takes you by the throat and breaks your worthless neck. Then stomps your brains out like you did to his dog. I hope the blood stains NEVER come out as to they are a reminder of this terrifying act of cruelty.

    You are a very very sick person "mr my shoes got dirty".........booo hooo

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    Quote Originally Posted by 80rpm
    Yeah, every cyclist has to live in California. Especially in February. Wtf makes you even think I am american?
    I never implied you were an American, Asian, Canadian, whatever.
    The issue with GoreTex is it doesn't breath very well. If you are in a colder climate doing intervals, you will build up much moisture under the Gore layer, which will freeze when you stop.
    If you are riding in a warmer climate, you will cook inside the jacket.
    If it's raining, I doubt you will be doing intervals in the street. If you were, the blood would have washed off your shoe rendering this thread useless, just like your petty little existance.
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    If you still are having problems, maybe check with old_dude, from what I understand he is an expert at removing animal stains from garments.
    I can't help, unless the small dog was all black, with a long wide white stripe running down its head, back, and bushy tail. The yellow stains left by those can be removed with methyl hydrate.

    I have effectively avoided most other animal stains.

    IMO the guy should have asked around for the owner.

    The dog owner is the one who should decide how to deal with the injured dog.

    Taking a wild guess, I figure that the owner would *not* have asked the cyclist to stomp on it, until it stopped twitching.

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    Surefire method.

    This will require an assistant, try Joe Pesci.

    Open a bench vise wide enough to insert your head, place your head inside the jaws,have your assistant tighten the jaws until your eyes pop out.

    Oh yeah, keep your shoes in a safe place, I've heard this could be messy.

    Let us know how you make out.

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    Keep your pants on people!

    Ok, lets not get carried away. So, all of you that suddenly hate 80rpm, what would you do in that situation? I think that yes he should have told the owners, and yes he still should, but no he should not have just let the dog suffer. He was right to help it along to the other side. Now what is he to do? He should clean off his gear! Whats done is done. The dog is dead. His (really nice)shoes are dirty.

    Lets look at it this way:
    Lets say you are riding and you get hit by a car. You are ok, but your bike is trashed. You stop and talk to the driver, maybe exchange insurance info. Two weeks down the line, ther is no changing the fact that you got hit, and your bike destroyed. Whats done is done. No need to keep brewing over the accident, now you just need to work on getting a new bike. Right?

    I think he should appoligise to the family. If it truly was his fault, b/c he wasnt paying attention, maybe he should go with the family to pick out a new dog. Other than that, move on with life. Any of you that wants to turn him into the police, go right ahead. Whose gonna look like the bigger idiot, him, or the one turning him in?

    Im not flaming, just trying to help out a brutha...

    BTW I second the Hydrogen-Peroxide.

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    I second that, Where the hell is Pete?

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    Hey Twiggyperson.

    How does 80rpm know that the dog was twitching because it was about to die? He's not a Veterinarian. The dog could have been having a seizure because of the trauma from the accident. The dog could have been having neurological complications from a head injury. These things clear up and are not always a death sentence. He should have done the right thing and tried to find the owner so they could get the dog to a Veterinarian. Instead 80rpm assumed that the dog was going to die and decided to deliver the final blow. The douche is only concerned about cleaning the blood off of his shoes and does not seem to respect life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forkboy
    Pearl Izumi shoes suck. Toss them out. Buy yourself some Sidi's - they wipe off easily, and the black color hides the stains.
    See, that's how I spotted this as a troll - all that concern over a pair of PIs?

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    Just to be clear

    for the people who are unfamiliar with what a troll is:

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    What is an Internet Troll/ Forum troll?

    An "Internet troll" or "Forum Troll" is a person who posts outrageous message to bait people to answer. Forum Troll delights in sowing discord on the forums.* A troll is someone who inspires flaming rhetoric, someone who is purposely provoking and pulling people into flaming discussion.* Flaming discussions usually end with name calling and a flame war.


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    Shove It Up Your Hole!!! What A Looser!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 006_007
    So did anyone catch the highlights of the Federal budget today?

    Yeah... The Liberals are going on a shopping spree
    it tied the room together man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadian-clydesdale
    Yeah... The Liberals are going on a shopping spree
    Ummmm... Who's in the White House? Who controls both houses of Congress? Who's run up historic budget deficits? Who's on a shopping spree?

    (Here's a hint: it's not "The Liberals")


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    in case this question is for real, didn't someone mention urine as being effective on blood stains? I think it will work best if the owner is wearing the shoes when everyone p1sses on them/him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryCallahan
    in case this question is for real, didn't someone mention urine as being effective on blood stains? I think it will work best if the owner is wearing the shoes when everyone p1sses on them/him.

    I like your troll gif. Can I borrow it for future use?
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    my hat is off to you 80rpm well done!

    I would have claimed I'd hit an abanoned baby in a pram with it's parents shagging just behind the bushes so you know, what could I do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drewdane
    Ummmm... Who's in the White House? Who controls both houses of Congress? Who's run up historic budget deficits? Who's on a shopping spree?

    (Here's a hint: it's not "The Liberals")


    For us Canadians it would be the Liberals that are going on a spending spree as announced in yesterdays CANADIAN federal budget......


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    Quote Originally Posted by GuruAtma
    I like your troll gif. Can I borrow it for future use?
    Wish I could say it was mine. I saw it this morning on another forum, and will admit here that when I read this thread, just went back and copied it here. My bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMT
    Hey Twiggyperson.

    How does 80rpm know that the dog was twitching because it was about to die? He's not a Veterinarian. The dog could have been having a seizure because of the trauma from the accident. The dog could have been having neurological complications from a head injury. These things clear up and are not always a death sentence. He should have done the right thing and tried to find the owner so they could get the dog to a Veterinarian. Instead 80rpm assumed that the dog was going to die and decided to deliver the final blow. The douche is only concerned about cleaning the blood off of his shoes and does not seem to respect life.

    ~Matt
    I agree, he was in the wrong for not contacting the owners, but like I keep saying, whats done is done. The dog isn't coming back, but stains are. I think the story was a little graphic, but hes not a troll. He just wanted a simple answer: how to remove blood. You would ask the same question if you had blood from a pedal bite. I think we're all in the wrong for being pissed off at him. He made a quick judgement call. You and I might not agree with it, but it's better than not deciding at all. I know plenty of people that would have let it die and suffer. give him a break. I think he feels bad enough about it without everyone giving him abunch of sh!t for it.

    again, no flame intended.
    just my 2cents...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiggyperson
    I agree, he was in the wrong for not contacting the owners, but like I keep saying, whats done is done. The dog isn't coming back, but stains are. I think the story was a little graphic, but hes not a troll. He just wanted a simple answer: how to remove blood. You would ask the same question if you had blood from a pedal bite. I think we're all in the wrong for being pissed off at him. He made a quick judgement call. You and I might not agree with it, but it's better than not deciding at all. I know plenty of people that would have let it die and suffer. give him a break. I think he feels bad enough about it without everyone giving him abunch of sh!t for it.

    again, no flame intended.
    just my 2cents...

    I think we should all get together for a group hug now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan!
    Here's what you should do:

    1. Take off your shoes, being careful not to get blood on your self or clothes
    2. Lay them down on a newspaper or old blanket
    3. Take off your cycling shorts
    4. Pick up the shoes
    5. Shove them up your @ss (one at a time)
    6. Leave them there

    Have a great day! D.
    Ditto X2 dude WTF is wrong with you? You have to be the biggest fu*king @sshole in the cycling community! where you from cause you got to be a friggen hillbilly redneck
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    drop it like its hot

    If you all think this guy is a troll, then why do you keep replying to it? Better question, Why do I keep replying to it? Lets just drop it.

    Quote Originally Posted by 006_007
    I think we should all get together for a group hug now.
    That cuts deep... Seriously, why you got to be like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 006_007
    For us Canadians it would be the Liberals that are going on a spending spree as announced in yesterdays CANADIAN federal budget......

    What? Canada has a federal budget? Canada has a Government? Go figure...

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    Roadie stuff

    This question should have really been put on the roadie board. Only a roadie would kick a dog when its down anyway.

    As for the shoes, soak them overnight in a bowl of bleach. I'm sure they'll spiff right up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drewdane
    What? Canada has a federal budget? Canada has a Government? Go figure...

    Yup, we even have our own national anthem.

    Know what our official animal is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCdaveH
    As for the shoes, soak them overnight in a bowl of bleach. I'm sure they'll spiff right up.

    No, No, No... Drano works much better. Make sure to keep the shoes on, pour about 8oz. into a glass container, and drink it as fast as possible...

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    Leave The Blood.....

    Then when someone notices the blood stains, tell them that you had an encounter with a grizzly bear or a mountain lion. That way you don't sound so foolish, the way you would if you told the truth.

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    A witness managed to snap this picture of 80rpm as he fled the scene just after stomping on the dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 006_007
    Yup, we even have our own national anthem.

    Know what our official animal is?
    What?!? Canada has animals? Get outta here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drewdane
    What?!? Canada has animals? Get outta here!

    Here is a picture of one of our largest cities...




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    Quote Originally Posted by 006_007
    Here is a picture of one of our largest cities...
    WHAT?!?!? Canada has BUILDINGS????

    Ah, never mind...

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