It’s been a while, since my last blog. Unfortunately the day to day drama of working in an agile workforce has become a sinkhole of wasted time. Oh well they pay me I turn up. C’est la vie…
Unfortunately, this has meant much less time to work on this blog. It’s also not helping that my adorable half pint daughter is not sleeping through the night…. Sigh. So this means much less available time and energy to do blogs and generally reflect on MMT’s experience of cycling. Happily, MMT’s weekly kilometres ridden has stayed fairly consistent since Christmas.
With the exception of a couple of minor colds and a deeply peculiar skin virus, MMT’s health has been very good. A quick glance at MMT’s Strava account reveals a steady average of 170 Kilometres a week. Hooray, MMT supposes, that for a near 50 year old man this should be cause for celebration.
Anyhow, enough wingeing and onto the subject of this blog. MMT spied this awesome piece of…. Street art or philosophy on the Gill’s Diner sign last week and thought it was worth putting pen to paper to publicize it.
MMT doesn’t know who chalked this memorable quote but they clearly have a strong grasp of theology. Hopefully MMT will be feeling more chipper and write a less self indulgent blog next time.
Until next time ride safe
It has been a while since MMT posted a good cycling infographic. Happily, MMT stumbled across one, yesterday, in the FLAB group on Facebook. Some FLABer must have seen it on Twitter. As a happy plagiarist, MMT provides a link to the original content here Copenhagen Cycling Signals. MMT particularly likes the disapproval and bike stolen signals.
Until next time, ride safe.
I’ve fallen out of love with Mr Zuckerberg’s social behemoth, Facebook. It’s big brother use of my activity data just leaves me cold and wondering when Skynet will arrive. Nevertheless, the occasional post from cycling magazines turns up a gem and this is one of them. Can’t help but wonder if Aussie didn’t ‘invent’ this.
Not that I’ve advocating drink-riding or any other similar foolishness.
Until next time, ride safe and sober,
MMT has long been a fan of Melbourne’s ultimate underground band ‘This Is Serious Mum’ aka TISM. MMT believes that members of self-entitled Gen-Y should be forced to listen to TISM as means to increase their self-awareness.
For example, the song What Are Ya? should be played on rotation to hipsters:
You’re a yob or you’re a wanker
Take your fucking choice
So who is your favourite genius
James Hird or James Joyce?
You ever seen a live performance?
Join the wanker club
You thought I meant table top dancing?
You’re a yobbo, bub
I digress. MMT was driven to this latest burst of hostility after skim reading today’s AFR (yup I’m a wanker 😉 but he was trying to figure what to do about his superannuation) when he encountered this:
For the love of God…$4,300 for BMX/fashion statement. Contrary, to what the AFR writer/wanker says, MMT can and will resist the urge to buy something like this. Also its really not that stylish. Clearly, if you are buying one of these things you have too much money.
YOU ARE A COMPLETE WANKER.
Think again and donate the same amount of cash to a worthwhile charity.
Ok that’s my moralising rant finished. TISM please make a comeback and release a new album, the world needs you.