You take a really sleepy man, Esmé, and he always stands a chance of again becoming a man with all his fac—with all his f-a-c-u-l-t-i-e-s intact.
- JD Salinger.
You know what? The weather looks crappy this weekend, so I'm going to try to suggest a bunch of indoor activities. One notable exception, however, is the Melbourne Gravel Grinders King of Lake challenge. These rides are, by all accounts, always a total freaking blast, and I suggest you make your way out to the Hursty yards with your best beard attached.
Right, back to the good stuff behind closed doors. Useless Children are launching their record on Saturday night! Jamesy bought a copy off them a while back, and it's a total banger, with equal amounts of menace and expertise. That's a fine combination. Check out the details on Facebook here.
Next weekend at DISC is DISCO track, a Saturday night racing extravaganza presented by the good folks at Brunswick Cycling Club. Cam MacFarlane is organizing it, so that means the races will be inventive and the commentary bawdy.
But this weekend at DISC is the Sunday Roast, which always rules. You should go to there. It'd be really good for your racing, trust me.
But really, what I think you should do this weekend is get some sleep. Whether you stay up late to watch Useless Children and then sleep through most of Sunday, or whether you go to bed early on Friday night in order to storm into Saturday, it's probably best for you to approach the weekend in the hope of becoming a person with all their faculties intact.