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80lbs of shit in a 10lb bag

May 15, 2020

There is no doubt about the 80 pounds of shit but it wasn’t stuffed into a ten pound bag. It was plant food busting out of four amazon boxes. The final fifty fucking feet were a bit precarious but at least I could ride the bike all the way into the building and up to the mail cabinet to unload the boxes on the floor and PoD the pile. I only had to stop once along the way to cinch down that strap on the bezos boxes when they started to tumble. I prefer to keep the frowns upside down whenever I can but these boxes were shot before I got my hands on them.  


Steve reminded me that today was Bike to Work Day. shit. 




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pilder asser said...

this is one of the best things I've read in the last 8.33 weeks that's not poetry and it's not fucking virus hysteria. it appeals to the gear heads, mechanics, tinkerers, adventurers and explorers and stuff like that. if you have some free time checka checka check it out. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/05/18/thirty-six-thousand-feet-under-the-sea

Posted May 15, 2020 08:12 PM | Reply to this comment

Alistair. said...

That New Yorker article was very interesting. Thanks for the link.

Posted May 18, 2020 04:02 PM | Reply to this comment

pilder replied to Alistair....

word. who do you want on your team? the guy that can shim it with a beer can and roll away in 7 minutes...or...the guy that quotes the owner's manual and insists on waiting for the part to arrive from the factory? one of my favorite images is the leaking ti sphere that "tightens up" as it descends into the high pressure depths of the ocean

Posted May 20, 2020 08:21 PM | Reply to this comment

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