Sure, the vagal nerve stimulator Kevin’s in the hospital for is supposed to help with his seizures. But that’s just the cover story. This is the •real• future of doping. Direct electrical stimulation of the brain. The DS carries a remote control box and controls his riders as if he had a cattle prod, only better!
It was perhaps the final non-legwarmer morning ride of the year, as the weather report wants us to believe it’s not only going to start getting colder soon, but perhaps even rain early next week. Our brief fling with summer weather (which didn’t start until summer ended) appears to be over. If only Kevin’s fling with epilepsy could end so quickly!
A smaller group today; just Eric, John, Chris, Mike (our new employee in Redwood City), Kevin (my son, not the pilot). I suggested to Kevin that maybe he take it a bit easier today, thinking that might prevent his all-too-often-lately seizure on Kings Mtn, but he just looked at me and asked “Why?” in that manner that’s not asking for a response but instead ridiculing the question. There was only one thing on Kevin’s mind this morning. Let’s see if we can drop dad. Continue reading Thank you, Eric! (Just another day in the life of a cyclist with epilepsy)