Stymied by the weather

Sigh … What a wasted weekend. Friday night was wonderful, but I slept in yesterday (sort of … got up at 5:00, went back to bed at 8:00, then got up at noon), expecting the storm to roll through yesterday, and the weather to clear up today so I could go skiing But no … […]

It’s Not Porn!

An old friend of mine in San Francisco, Cianna Stewart (one of the Sexiest Geeks Alive), is becoming quite a prolific independent filmmaker … her latest project, just going into production, will be a documentary about Zivity.com, a new online social network for connoisseurs of pin-up photography. Zivity has been garnering a fair amount of […]

Tell’em Joe!

Boulder Report | No Confidence Open Letter to Hein Verbruggen, Dick Pound, Pat McQuaid, John Fahey et al.: By Joe Lindsey Let me make this as perfectly, crystal clear as possible: Stop. The political back-and-forth, the mud-slinging, the lawsuits, the puerile saber-rattling nonsense that has characterized the sport of cycling, the state of anti-doping and […]

Necessities!

Update (about 7 hours later): Sometimes, happy hour is a necessity … and the past couple of days at work definitely helped contribute to that feeling. Met the Mistress and pal Scotty at Tuscany in Cotton Bottom for yummy vodka cocktails (007 Martini for Scotty; and Belvedere & tonic, short glass, packed with ice, two […]

More support for Olympic ceremony boycott

Last week I posted an entry supporting a boycott of the opening ceremony at the Olympic Games. Thor Hushovd listened. Okay, maybe not to me, but the idea is taking hold amongst athletes. VeloNews | Hushovd considers opening ceremony boycott Crédit Agricole’s ace sprinter Thor Hushovd says he is prepared to boycott the opening ceremony […]