“Can we change the font on Saturated Fat and Sodium to something more exciting? We need people to have a positive feeling about them. And while you are at it, lets put the percentages in little stars so they think it’s a good thing that they are so high.”—(via Clients From Hell)
I can’t believe I just spent a day and half messing with HTML and CSS to modify a Tumblr theme and get it just so. I’m done for now, though I can’t predict how this thing will look as it grows to more than just a single page so there’s probably more work ahead.
You know what’s good? Spread some tahini on two slices of bread and then pile a bunch of salad greens between them. That’s it: bread, greens, and tahini. You don’t really need the tahini, even. Did you just recoil in disgust? Look, if foodie-god Michael Ruhlman can have his peanut butter and cabbage sandwich, I can have my tahini and salad greens version.
These songs sound the same to me; I don’t know why. There’s actually one more, for which I can’t find a video on YouTube—it’s Shadow & Jimmy by Was (Not Was). The only place I’ve found it is on this Chinese site.
Castelli: Tight in chest and armpits. OK in the waist. Huge neck opening.
Giordana: Seems to fit fine, but don’t like the tight, elasticized sleeves.
Hincapie: Fits great. My favorite so far.
Louis Garneau: Too big. Should’ve gotten their XS (36” chest per their sizing chart). Don’t like how the back pockets are not elasticized.
Marcello Bergamo: Torso width OK. A bit loose in the neck, though not as much as Castelli. Sleeves are elasticized but not too tight. Rear pockets are small. Zipper is left-handed, which is something I’ve found in common with other Italian jerseys. Zipper pull is a huge chunk of metal, which makes it too heavy. The taping for the zipper on the bottom uses a stiff material so its corners can dig into the shorts. The biggest issue is the torso length, which is too short—it’s about 2” shorter than the Hincapie. Plus the elasticized waist rides up, making it harder to cover your back when on the bike.
Performance Bike: Fits OK. Elasticized sleeves not too tight. The zipper is way too heavy for the fabric and causes the front of the jersey to not lie flat. Feels cheap (then again, I didn’t pay much for it).
Specialized: This particular one is a mountain jersey. Fits fine. The cut is on the loose side, but that’s MTB styling.