Tuesday, March 30, 2010


The weather's warming up and everyone's getting twitchy. One week from today will be the first edition of the Tuesday Night Gun Show, the full-on, fast-as-you-wanna-make-it, premier road ride out of beautiful downtown Waukesha. The route is here, learn it! Meet in the municipal lot on the corner of Main & Barstow (next to Ace Hardware) before 6pm, ride leaves at 6 sharp. Afterwards, hang around and hit up one of the fine eateries on Main St. Spring is coming, see you then!


galaxysearchlights said...


A rout is commonly defined as a chaotic and disorderly retreat or withdrawal of troops from a battlefield, resulting in the victory of the opposing party, or following defeat, a collapse of discipline, or poor morale. A routed army often degenerates into a sense of "every man for himself" as the surviving combatants attempt to flee to safety. A disorganized rout often results in much higher casualties for the retreating force than an orderly withdrawal. On many occasions, more soldiers are killed in the rout than in the actual battle. Normally, though not always, routs either effectively end a battle, or provide the decisive victory the winner needs to gain the momentum with which to end a battle in their favor. The opposite of a rout is a rally, in which a military unit that has been giving way and is on the verge of being routed suddenly gathers itself and turns back to the offensive

Maciej said...

I take it Joe S is in :)