Monday, May 14, 2007

The GQ Proofs

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Matt wore his sweater this morning to walk the dogs. Best dressed dog walker in the neighborhood, eh? Notice that Gena is not even remotely impressed. Personally I think the neon yellow tee shirt makes it (ya, uh, thanks Tour de Ephrata for choosing such a lovely color tee shirt. oh, and selling out of size small so he had to buy a boy's XL... which is a little big on him).

You'll notice a slightly different look to my blog this morning. It wasn't by choice... Matt and I were trying to set up some things last night and we acccidently deleted my template (okay, that was me. I accidently deleted my template). I had been wanting to clean up the blog a bit anyway (since I know that some people are still on dial up). Hopefully it will load easier and everything is legible.

I'm planning on doing some laundry today and working on the Fall Back Cardigan. We're back to normal temps for this time of year, and so I don't mind knitting with the wool. I'll have update photos of the Fall Back tomorrow.

As a side note, today is the start of Floyd Landis's hearing for his alleged failed drug test following Stage 17 at the Tour de France. I'll be following it closely, and I suggest everyone does (Trust But Verify will have full coverage). As Floyd has made the process open to the public, we're seeing how unfair this process is to the athlete, and that the old adage "absolute power corrupts absolutely". This hearing process has always been behind closed doors, and thanks to Floyd's opening it to the public, we see how biased and unfair it is. (and my personal take: why would you put all your lab results out there for everyone to evaluate if you had done something against the rules? I would think that if you were cheating, you wouldn't want that info available to everyone... you might even want to wipe a hard drive clean so that no original records could be found... that implies cheating. If you have a solid case against Floyd, then you shouldn't have to cheat to "get" him).

Well, I'm off to knit!!!

3 Comments:

At 12:38 PM , Romi said...

It looks great!

And, may I add that I am so bummed about the whole Landis thing. Bleh. I hope justice, whatever that brings, will be done.

 
At 12:39 PM , Sonya said...

Beautiful sweater! I hope the truth prevails for Floyd Landis.

 
At 8:00 PM , Theresa said...

Matt ~ you look like a Rock Star!
Cindy ~ The pic does not do your work justice, it is just amazing!

 

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