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post #41 of 50 (permalink) Old 12-20-2012, 10:01 PM
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He was just mocking a thread that was worded close to this one! It was really strange. This is the thread he snapped on!
Pythagoras can build a belief system thinking about the square-root of 2. Perhaps pondering the difference between 46 and 44 and 43 can cause someone to "snap." Unfortunately we may never understand irrationality, but the world becomes more dangerous as the irrational come to possess greater and greater weapons.

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Pythagoras can build a belief system thinking about the square-root of 2. Perhaps pondering the difference between 46 and 44 and 43 can cause someone to "snap." Unfortunately we may never understand irrationality, but the world becomes more dangerous as the irrational come to possess greater and greater weapons.
Does'nt really matter what the cause was just deleting all of his grasp for attention would save people a lot of wasted time. There's a lot of good post to read on the forum without having to wade through his b.s.
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Well it looks like Hank recovered from this forum, and is still active in Pashnit forum with the Versys.

http://www.pashnit.com/forum/member.php?u=50794
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Ah-Ha! Looks like he found him a girl friend over there. Plus, they got that Girly Ride thing goin' on, too. Heck, if I lived that close I'd probably freak out and jump forums myself.

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Well it looks like Hank recovered from this forum, and is still active in Pashnit forum with the Versys.

http://www.pashnit.com/forum/member.php?u=50794
Well done! LOL Old Hank!

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Well it looks like Hank recovered from this forum, and is still active in Pashnit forum with the Versys.

http://www.pashnit.com/forum/member.php?u=50794
He ain't doing so well at ADV. Note post 19917....

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Averaging 82 with my 44, rookie.

That (of course) includes lugging it, using Plexus on the windscreen and front turn signals.

Helps that i weigh just 85 pounds and scrubbed my tires in, in a parking lot by going slow and turning the bars really hard in both directions to achieve maximum sidewall smoothieness.

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Averaging 82 with my 44, rookie.

That (of course) includes lugging it, using Plexus on the windscreen and front turn signals.

Helps that i weigh just 85 pounds and scrubbed my tires in, in a parking lot by going slow and turning the bars really hard in both directions to achieve maximum sidewall smoothieness.
did you find a lower watt headlight to reduce the counter- pressure from the forward photons?
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Averaging 82 with my 44, rookie.

That (of course) includes lugging it, using Plexus on the windscreen and front turn signals.

Helps that i weigh just 85 pounds and scrubbed my tires in, in a parking lot by going slow and turning the bars really hard in both directions to achieve maximum sidewall smoothieness.
It's only through the miracle of the internet that I can experience other worlds such as this!

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Averaging 82 with my 44, rookie.

That (of course) includes lugging it, using Plexus on the windscreen and front turn signals.

Helps that i weigh just 85 pounds and scrubbed my tires in, in a parking lot by going slow and turning the bars really hard in both directions to achieve maximum sidewall smoothieness.
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did you find a lower watt headlight to reduce the counter- pressure from the forward photons?
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It's only through the miracle of the internet that I can experience other worlds such as this!

And I ASSUME that you did NOT sound your horn during this "test"..., as the forward-firing pulses would have REALLY co$t you!


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