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Old 05-09-12, 08:47 PM   #1
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Is time passing you by?

Is time passing you by?


















Found on a humor blog. Figured this crowd would appreciate it.

http://www.myconfinedspace.com/wp-co...ing-you-by.jpg

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Old 05-09-12, 09:11 PM   #2
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Father Time rides a recumbent trike! Who knew?

Or is it (gasp) The Grim Reaper?
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Or is it (gasp) The Grim Reaper?
He has to-If he had a Tombay with that thing- he might get a grade one certificate.
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I pulled over and let it go. I'll travel at my own pace and enjoy the ride.
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Time is passing all of us by. As far as I know, no one has been able to stop it so far.
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If I'm in danger of being passed, I stop to have a look at something so it doesn't count.
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Time hasn't passed me by, it's been running over me with all 18 wheels as I have been working harder and harder to get out of it's way.
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I don't care if you have one of those newfangled safety bicycles. I'll drop you by the second mile out ya little whippersnapper!

Oh, yeah grandpa? It's on!
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My picture is copyrighted. You are in a bunch of legal trouble. I need your address to serve the subpoena.
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So, is that carbon fibre ?
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"Is that a sickle, or are you just glad to see me"?
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What do you get when you add a sickle to a tricycle?
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What do you get when you add a sickle to a tricycle?
A triathlete?
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What do you get when you add a sickle to a tricycle?
A sickle cycle?

Something you really don't want to draft?

A sharp rider?

You get cut off?

A rider that can really get even with a driver?

A vicious cycle?

BTW - It's not a recumbent.

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What do you get when you add a sickle to a tricycle?
A lot of flats.
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