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Old 2005-03-03, 05:07 PM   #1
johnfoss
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Quote of the day (from non-riders)

Today I spared the air! For the first time this year I *finally* got off my butt and rode to work (Coker). I feel good! And out of shape!

Today's quote comes from a runner, going the other way on the American River Bike Path:
"Open your mouth wide—you can have lots of bugs for breakfast!"

I never heard that one before. Oddly, I met him right where I turn off onto the dirt for my shortcut out to the neighborhood.

I only saw two other bikes on my whole 3-4 mile stretch of bike path. During the summer it's a dozen minimum, usually more. I saw about 10 runners, and 1 inline skater. So I'm not the only lazy one this time of year.

Quote #2, from a lady who held the door of my building open for me: "Where's the rest of it?" I said I left it at home; it's too heavy.

Add your good non-rider quotes here.
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