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    bulletproof tiger ok_commuter's Avatar
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    How To End Bike Theft

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    I do not think this is a good idea. But I do think it's funny.
    sic

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    Nice. +1
    No matter how bad things get, they can't get any better, and they can't get any worse, things are what they are, so you better get used to it Nancy, quit your B*tchin'

    -Church

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    or you could just sit in in your office and look at it all day.

    :/

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    Having lost one bike... frankly I like the idea... Of course you'd have to ensure that the bike was being ridden by someone scuzzy, such as the thief, before setting off the stunner. But that reaction would just make my day.

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    beatz down lo|seatz up hi paulwwalters's Avatar
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    This would work great with all the hipster track drops without bar tape on them.
    Quote Originally Posted by cc700 View Post
    the 'friction generator' is the dynamo. not the wife. duh.

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