Two Hump Whump went on to say “We saw him sit and try to cook. He took a look at the book on the hook." It is here the most serious allegations come out. "But A Nook can't read, so A Nook can't cook," adding, "so . . . what good to A Nook is a hook cook book?"
"But A Nook can't read, so A Nook can't cook . . .
It was at this point Mr. Alden-St-Pierre refused to further address specifics of the Nook case, instead pointing out that although recruiting illiterate/bad-in-the-kitchen athletes was not a stated goal of the Racer-X team there is a policy of inclusion as to who can join. “Yes. Some are red. And some are blue. Some are old. And some are new. Some are sad. And some are glad. And some are very, very bad. Some are thin. And some are fat. The fat one has a yellow hat."
Furthering his point of diversity on the squad Mr. Alden-St.Pierre cited Racer-X cyclocross riders Jamie and Glen commenting, "Here are some who like to run. They run for fun in the hot, hot sun. Where do they come from? I can't say [ed. New Mexico]. But I bet they have come a long long way. "
Finally, responding to criticism that there may be a lack of oversight within the program team director Alden-St.Pierre closed the interview with these words regarding his athletes: "We see them come. We see them go. Some are fast. Some are slow. Some are high. Some are low. Not one of them is like another. Don't ask us why. Go ask your mother."
More to come as this investigation into A Nook and Racer-X continues.