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Rode in Alderfer Three Sisters Park. view ridelog
Jun 25, 2019 at 19:38
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quotes Evening Ride
18.5 km - 01:28 - 2 achievements
chacou mikelevy's article
Jun 25, 2019 at 9:35
2 days
RockShox's Updated Reverb Stealth Gets the Squishy Post-Fixing Vent Valve
I've seen too many friend's Reverb fail repeatedly. Swapped out my E13 for a OneUp and will be getting a OneUp dropper on my next bike, and the next one after that.
Jun 24, 2019 at 8:56
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chacou downtimepodcast's article
Jun 24, 2019 at 6:35
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Podcast: Sam Dale on Riding & Racing His Way
...and eat local fish. I live in Colorado so 99% of the fish I eat is Trout, with the occasional salmon. Not flying in Mahi Mahi to a land locked state a mile above the sea.
chacou downtimepodcast's article
Jun 24, 2019 at 6:27
3 days
Podcast: Sam Dale on Riding & Racing His Way
@miff: don’t eat fish everyday, or every week for that matter. It can be done responsibly if a person just takes a bit of responsibility into account when making their decisions.
chacou downtimepodcast's article
Jun 22, 2019 at 21:48
Jun 22, 2019
Podcast: Sam Dale on Riding & Racing His Way
@jaame: I think you're looking at it from the "ethical vegan" perspective. It's fairly common, IME to come across "vegetarians" who occasionally eat fish as a source of vitamin-b and other nutrients. Personally, I eat fish but not beef or pork because it doesn't carry as massive a carbon footprint. It's easier to eat fish responsibly, granted there's issues with farm raised, wild caught, heavy metals, etc. Occasional fish provides many nutrients that can sometimes be hard to come by with a plant based diet and avoids some of the problems associated with eating other meats. I see your point if someone claims to be an "ethical" vegan or vegetarian though and then turns around and dismisses fish. That's just ignorance of the animal kingdom.
chacou downtimepodcast's article
Jun 22, 2019 at 7:14
Jun 22, 2019
Podcast: Sam Dale on Riding & Racing His Way
"if you could make dairy products from human milk then would that be acceptable to vegans?" I don't believe so, as the role of human milk (and ALL animal milk) is to get a baby to eat and put on weight and not die. In [i]The Cheese Trap[/i] by Dr. Neal Barnard there's research cited showing that dairy consumption activates the same receptors and areas in the brain that opioids are found to activate. The hypothesis, might be proven now(?), is that dairy is actually "addictive" in order to get the baby animal to keep coming back for more milk. This doesn't translate well to an adult animal, as the casein (protein in milk) has a higher correlation to activating cancer cells in adults. What other adult animals consume dairy products? To my knowledge, aside from humans, most animals ween from milk at a very early age. FWIW, I'm not a vegan, I base my diet on a vegan/vegetarian diet, but do occasionally consume cheese on pizza (I just can't quit quality pizza), eggs, fish, and wild game.
chacou RichardCunningham's article
Jun 19, 2019 at 16:00
Jun 19, 2019
Rode in Alderfer Three Sisters Park. view ridelog
Jun 18, 2019 at 7:05
Jun 18, 2019
quotes Morning Ride
18.7 km - 01:24 - 1 achievements
chacou edspratt's article
Jun 17, 2019 at 10:07
Jun 17, 2019
Video: Ben Cathro Tries to Keep Up With Tracey Hannah - Crankworx Innsbruck 2019
Pay this man the big bucks! Produces high quality content and race coverage on what I imagine to be an extremely low budget [i]and[/i] he's probably as fast (or faster) than many of the top WC racers. More follow cams, more race coverage, keep it up Cathro
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