Matt Carberry (kingpin248) wrote,
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Armstrong finds his favorite color again...

That's right. Yesterday Lance moved into the lead of this year's Tour de France, donning the yellow jersey. And since he didn't crack in today's last mountain stage, he'll probably be wearing that jersey all the way to Paris a week from today. The man is absolutely amazing. Back from the dead (well, not literally, but he was damn close) and on his way to equaling LeMond (no slouch himself, winning two Tours after that 1987 hunting accident).

As for me on the bike, I can't seem to get myself out of bed early enough to make a long ride. This is something I hope to change in the future. I think a partial re-reading of Power Sleep may be in order. I also hope to get into the habit of making nightly rides around campus, on the order of 10 or 12 km hopefully. What sucks is I partially busted my bike computer on Friday night. It still gives trip distance, time, and odometer, but it won't give the current speed. It seems like exactly the same thing that happened to my mom's computer. I'm still on the fence as to whether to buy a new one.

So my station lost the Cornell sports contract. Even though it sounds bad, it could have some positive effects. It could give the station's sports staff more opportunities to call games. I've also requested the interview with Andy Noel, but no response on that yet.

My article in 14850 Magazine has been published. Click on the July 2001 table of contents, scroll down to "A Statement Made: Cornell 2001 Women's Lacrosse". I haven't given the coach the URL yet. I think she'll like it though.

Stupid RoadRunner, they didn't give me the free month that Chris gave me the coupon for.

Joe Salsbury is living here now. That is pretty cool. I didn't know about it until a few days ago, but since it's Joe, it's all right.
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