Category Archives: ettiquette

Notes from the Road

Getting out on my bike was great today.  I started out poorly, but finally got my legs before the turnaround.  It was hot and humid, but I am not complaining.  I had been feeling fatigued from work….or lack of sleep….or … Continue reading

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A Bad Moment at the Gas Station

With my vacation report finished, I need to write about something rather serious. The events which I am going to describe happened on Monday evening.  Normally I am not too fussed about exact dates because I am reporting about something … Continue reading

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Premonition or Paranoia

Once again, circumstances prevented me from joining my Saturday morning ride. These were pretty good circumstances, so I really can’t blame anyone. Today’s ride assembled at the usual spot, and as Sunday’s seem to be, only the fast group came … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Eating a Kit Kat the Wrong Way

    So, in what should have been a nice gesture, my girlfriend packed a Kit Kat for dessert. We had just finished our meal of a delicious chicken sandwich at Chef Burger on Yonge Street, near Bantry-Scott, when she … Continue reading

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