Don’t like this, don’t like this at all.
Yes, and if you haven’t read about it or heard goss that doesn’t sound quite right, our last three years of extremely hard work ended up in a strange, strange place weirder than Bizarro World.
Unfortunately, the weirdness didn’t want to stay put on Bizarro World, so we made a VCAT application and parked it there for much smarter legal people to figure out.
While we’re on this somewhat odd journey, we’ve realised we require extra beer money. See below for a subtle tip on how you can help top up our beer money to assist us getting through this thirsty
Subtle hint: Donations contributing towards copious amounts of Mountain Goat Steam Ale are greatly appreciated
They’re Racing! #DayAtTheRaces #Northcote
Our little cherry tree from a week ago, now with lots of new fruit. Hopefully they all don’t get blown off.
Bean time! >
Breaking the six-month blogging hiatus, more out of boredom than real need, here’s a few morsels of information,
The Human Powered Cafe is only a week or so away from serving our first coffees.
Huzzah! It’s been a hard slog since November since Bill, Steve, Joel & co. got the keys to High Street. We’ve seriously got to do a information night on “How to start your own bicycle shop/cafe complex in Thornbury. From scratch”.
The presentation will possibly include repetitively filling huge skips, dismantling massive air-conditioning units, removing false ceilings, etching floors, painting floors, painting walls, painting walls again, removing copious amounts of excess crap, advanced carpentry, building your own 70-seat capacity grease-trap-come-plunge-pool, continuous vacuuming and dealing with tradies. Amongst other joys.
We’re up to the relatively soft-drapes-and-furnishings phase now, so one chore I’ve have presently to print stuff and make it all look arty, inner north and appealing to bicycle/non-bicycle people.
I mentioned boredom in the opening sentence, that comes from being stuck in pyjamas this week
fiddling with tweetdeck as diversional therapy to avoid hut fever whilst suffering from possible sheeple flu. It’s all Tram Route 86′s fault that the inner north is the epicentre of H1N1, we’re all had enough of it, wish you get better and all that. Oink!
And if you haven’t been informed yet, Yarra Bicycle Users Group Radio has been podcasting on 3CR since March.
Check our website for all the whistles and bells, it’s another one of my online projects that’s been fiddled & finessed with and now requires a WP 2.8 update.
My apologies for this fragmented blogging attempt, as there’s a bloke next door attempting to impersonate CW Stoneking and it’s bloody distracting.
Looking for recent Melbourne cyclist issues in the mainstream meedya? Read my dispatches about Laura Norder either here, here, here or attempt to plow through the frightful amount of ephemeral thoughts I publish on stalkbook.