Ask PingFriday, March 10, 2006 | 6:33 AM
ODI dates back to the 1980’s as the leader in grip manufacturing. Focusing primarily on the bmx and mountain bike industries through the 90’s and early 2000’s, ODI re-entered the motocross scene when they developed the patented lock-on grip system that eliminates wire and glue. Continuing to advance the way riders hold on to their bikes, ODI has worked closely with the teams they support such as Troy Lee Designs to create the product that is now being used by some of the top teams in the industry.Tweet
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David Paul. Woodridge IL
I am in complete agreement with you and your wife: You are a Dumas. And I got the chills when I saw the photo of Mr. Nelson. The photo looks like you morphed a picture of me and Ellen DeGeneres together. I’m not sure if the photo is doctored, but I know I’m not related. While I was a devout Alice in Chains groupie briefly in the 1990s, I was never a fan of the Nelsons. Never. Not even when that one hit song came out. However, if you get any type of DNA evidence, please contact me immediately—maybe they will let me in on the reunion tour. Thanks.
Your response to homeschooling was asinine at best. You stated that homeschooled children are dysfunctional what exactly do you base that on? Or do you pull all your info out of you're a$$? How many people do you know that went to public schools that are working at the AM/PM? The only part you have right is that the parents need to set boundaries for there children. But apparently if they go to public school you don't need to set a boundary for your child that is what school is for. This is the exact reason why our educational system is in the state it is. People like you have children then send them off to school to have there teachers raise them and when they get into trouble it is the schools fault. What do think school is for? You say it is a gamble to homeschool your children you may want to look at what the national average is for graduating from public schools you might be surprised at what you find out. Next time do us all a favor and do a little research before you open your mouth.
It’s obvious that you were either homeschooled or your kids are homeschooled. Otherwise there’s no logical reason for you to be so affected by my personal opinion—unless, of course, you work at an AM/PM yourself, which would explain some of your bitterness and rage. But I’ll be a little more specific about my stance on homeschooling so you can get back to tending the Slurpee machine, so pay attention because I want you to get this.
What are "Rocky Mountain Oysters," and I was wondering if you have ever tried them. Knowing how much you love food, I thought you would be the one to ask. Thanks.
Erick from Vegas
To answer your question, Rocky Mountain Oysters are bull testicles, Erick, and while they are no Krispy Kreme donut, some people just can’t get enough of them. As for me, I’ll stick to candy and cake.
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