Wednesday, December 29, 2010

The Three Amigos as it relates to cycling.

This basically summarizes cycling and drugs. One side is people saying that the impossible is impossible and the unbelievable is unbelievable. The other side saying that what appears to be true is indeed truth. One man spent his life trying to obtain something, and upon failing, believes that it is unobtainable.

From the Three Amigos

German: "I know who this man is."

Random: "You do?"

German: "Yes, it is Ned Nederlander."

Random: "Who?"

German: "You are my favorite star of the silver screen."

Ned: "Really?"

German: "In Germany, the cinema is very popular. I've seen all of your films... including when you were known as 'Little Neddy Knickers.'

Ned: "Well, that was a long time ago."

German: "It was this man who inspired me to learn the art of the quick draw."
"I looked up to this man."
"I studied his every move."
"It was my dream to be as fast as Ned Nederlander."
"I practiced every day for hours and hours."
"He was a god to me."

Ned: "A god? Well, I don't know about that."
"But it is nice to meet a fan."
"You know, often I think..."

German (enraged): "Then I found out about movie tricks."
"Trick photography."
"I was crushed."

Ned (insulted):
"I never used trick photography."

German: "That is impossible. No one can be as fast as you appear to be."

Ned: "I am that fast"

German: "We shall see."

Ned: "Happy to."
"Does anybody have a watch?"
"Preferably one with a second hand."

Random: "I got a stopwatch."

German: "No stopwatch. As you Americans say,"
'We will play for keeps.'

99.9% of the people who have seen Ned's movies don't give a shit either way, its just entertainment.

1 comment:

TerribleTerry said...

Were you applying glue to tubulars?

This is way too heavy for my to be reading and contemplating at work.