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Discussion in 'Racing' started by neduro, Jul 15, 2011.
Bring it home Ned
Whoopdeedoo...all these bald dudes committing to shaving their heads
Ganshert is the only ones with guts (and hair) enough to really step up!
I'm not averse
If I shaved my head, I'd have to do something with my beard... I'd be one sketchier-looking nurse.
I think he meant the sticker on the other side of the rear tank.
Here's the before pic
After pic tomorrow
Hell yeah, why not, count me in. But I warn you it's really lumpy with scars.
Outstanding Ned!! Thanks for inspiring!
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That we are reading and hearing Neduro's Dakar unfold, has to be a first in all of motor sports. The build up; the start; Dakar tracking with all its detail; Famduro; his fan's posts... and of course, Ned's daily updates on RallyRaidio.
So much drama... So much anticipation! We joy when he's sailing, and fear when he's late. We speculate about what might be going on in between...Then the incredible relief we feel when Dakar reports him safely at the finish of his daily special.
After that we patiently await his call to RallyRaidio to learn about the dragons he faught, and how he thrilled at the chance to try. What an emotional roller coaster. Two weeks of it! Unbelievable...
I take it back... It's not just a first in motor racing. It's a first in all of sports!
Thanks GSNorCal, but yes, this is what I meant.
check out this pic:
Go Ned Go !!
Gnarly man totally f'n gnarly!
ooooh, I see some fun with Photoshop tomorrow.
That's it! --
Thanks for the call-in Ned.....keep charging!
Duhhh, he was <s>crying</s> weeping with joy.
Or it was from breathing in fesh fesh all day and swimming in it.
I'm a really old guy who has been laying around since last Friday feeling sorry for my self while I wait on reconstructive surgery for my right shoulder. Your calls have been inspiring, particularly today's, They have greatly helped my outlook. Thanks for sharing your Dakar moment and you should know that it provided me with a Dakar moment. It brought back a moment I remember at the finish line of a particularly hard marathon race. You can't help but be overcome at those points. Thanks for sharing it with us.
I was waiting for that steeker to be noticed.