I thought when taking this one "this is some of the nicest light I could hope for" and I'm not 5000% disappointed. Could have used a little wider of a lens. This was on the bike ride to the taqueria. It was a nice path but for one section of a narrow country road with the Indy 500 going next to me. Otherwise for a while I was on a dedicated bike path, which was nice. And some side streets. Biking and trying to use the iphone GPS is pretty harrowing. I don't have a good system for that.
Haven't had a good burrito since I've been here, or any good thai food or any good Indian food. And they have soda pop in the produce department at our neighborhood grocery store. I did get out to one good taqueria but their burritos were wet burritos which you can easily order on accident if you don't know how they're serving. Wet burritos basically are nauseating. I'd try the place again though I bet they have good tacos at least.
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Last years results here
The year before that here
Analysis: I'm still good but my beginners luck has worn off a little. 80% winning percentage the first year (like better than the Spurs!); 67.9% the second year (Spursian); this year only 63.33%, which is like the Spurs in an off year. I'm tanking so I can get Kawhi Leonard in the middle of the first round.
Nate was nice enough to host me for a Broncos game. We tore up Ft. Collins and Denver crushed the Raiders, which Nate only learned that I was a Raiders fan after it was too late to back out his invitation. It doesn't matter. They're hapless. Nate wore his Al Wilson jersey, which he claimed would get him tons of free drinks, which, I did hear a few compliments but all his free drinks were courtesy of YT. I did take a cell phone picture of the Steve Atwater bust outside the stadium; he is responsible for probably my favorite moment of the NFL ever. Witness. Otherwise Sports Authority at Mile High wasn't much for hallowed ground. Nate said the stadium was too vaginal and not symmetrical enough, after which everything had a weird yeasty feel to it. It was so cold too. I fell asleep on the car ride home. Thanks Nate! Good stuff in the Mountain time zone, my first real foray.