Not all bike racers are huge-headed. Just Lang. But huge-brained, that's a different story. I mean Colin graduated College. And so did David and Chris Parrish! And maybe someday Steve will also.
But here I have proof that our minds didn't rot, either from almost a month off of school (me) or from long days working in a hotel and doing extremely weird things to their bikes (Kennett).
Really Kennett? A homemade saddle bag? Those cost like, two dollars. A Bento Box? Please, pull down your compression socks and remove the neoprene wetsuit off your brain and think for a second. Who am I? Where do I belong? Do I want to return to these days?
Remember Kennett. It's always better to starve than to have a Bento Box strapped onto the front of your bike.
Anyways, here is a FB chat conversation that Kennett and myself had. Clearly proving our intelligence.
: I can't tell if it was likeable or not. Now I'm tearing myself apart
: What did you say?
: I don't even remember
: do you think that things that no one remembers actually happened? there's no way to disprove this. or prove it.
: I've read that three times and I've come to the conclusion that if it can't be remembered that it doesn't exist- but if something doesn't exist that means that in order for it not to exist it must begin to exist
: you're saying it had to exist in the first place but then not be remembered?--therefore nullifying its existence?
: I'm saying that the simple act of existing existentially shows that remembrance is directly correlated to the inclusion of existing memories