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  1. On really cold days (10F and below for me) I used...

    On really cold days (10F and below for me) I used a pair of cheap snow bibs, which have been altered by cutting off just above the knee but moving the ankle elastic up so that there is a good wind...
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    I've been using a silicone sealed half-mask...

    I've been using a silicone sealed half-mask respirator body for several years, my only suggestion is to add a discharge tube to the exhaust valve to push the exhaust farther away from your face.
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    Haven't really experienced a lower temp limit,...

    Haven't really experienced a lower temp limit, but riding more as a commuter and less as a recreational rider. Temps here have historically been as low as 0F for a few days of the year but are not...
  4. Shaving cream works just as well, just use the...

    Shaving cream works just as well, just use the part leftover on your hands after you scrub it into the area to be shaved, applying to glasses and wiping off without rinsing. It wears off but once a...
  5. Sounds like Utah to me.

    Sounds like Utah to me.
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    If the technology is constant (both LED or both...

    If the technology is constant (both LED or both plasma and both 720p or whatever scan standard you like, etc) then you have size effects (material, power, illumination, etc.) but also yield (more of...
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    I can only imagine Tom, but great news I'm sure,...

    I can only imagine Tom, but great news I'm sure, to avoid one more assist or constraint, bravo and keep after it. Does assisted have a retention pond with fishing?
  8. Buying at the right price and tenant screening...

    Buying at the right price and tenant screening are the keys to this, but don't be put off, start small with a few doubles, a triplex or something like that, but for sure get started. Find a similarly...
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    +1 on Carmel Indiana having lots of them per...

    +1 on Carmel Indiana having lots of them per capita. I commute to and from Carmel every day from a neighboring village, and I would agree the riskiest problem is motorists wanting to enter the...
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    Consider time shifting as a bridging action. If...

    Consider time shifting as a bridging action. If you are commuting then it's more difficult unless management is flexible, but otherwise try the opposite spot on the clock - if you normally ride late...
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    Welding services that come to you are great, but...

    Welding services that come to you are great, but the material may be a problem, so try to be clear when you call that it's painted steel or galvanized steel or plated steel or cast iron or aluminum...
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    Poll: 120 pounds of Rusty, 18+ pounds of Princey...

    120 pounds of Rusty, 18+ pounds of Princey (officially Princess Dandelion, at least now I know from where the stupid footprints come), and a handful of Spiney (a Uri)
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    Not much to do ! Sounds like your friend adapted...

    Not much to do ! Sounds like your friend adapted to the vagaries of another traveler having an impact on his or her trip. If it's a regular/daily event then he or she can take video and report to...
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    You could read through this, about how not to get...

    You could read through this, about how not to get hit by cars: http://bicyclesafe.com
  15. As you wrote, over time (and miles) the type of...

    As you wrote, over time (and miles) the type of event causing a reaction that impacts your day negatively becomes less and less. But, even with experience and patience on your side, I find there...
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    CarltonBale.com 1080p Does Matter ? Here?s When (Screen Size vs. Viewing Distance vs. Resolution)

    While I disagree that 1080p matters, the chart on the page referenced that shows what you can...
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    Looking good Tom ! I bet your line breaker was...

    Looking good Tom ! I bet your line breaker was that boat full of weed that washed up.
  18. c0urt ? Is that you, in a dress ???

    c0urt ? Is that you, in a dress ???
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    High school gradiation, just sane.

    High school gradiation, just sane.
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    I've a friend with an Xtracycle using a...

    I've a friend with an Xtracycle using a hilltopper on the front wheel, easy adaptation and he let me ride it and assist was strong. Hill Topper Electric Bike Kit, Electric Bike Batteries:...
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    Double kickstand and just leave it upright.

    Double kickstand and just leave it upright.
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    Rotten dog hearing noise downstairs and stomping...

    Rotten dog hearing noise downstairs and stomping off the bed 5 minutes prior to alarm.
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    Saving Mr. Banks, finally learned why they wanted...

    Saving Mr. Banks, finally learned why they wanted to fly that kite.
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    Well, I'm a daily commuter, so I have a lot of...

    Well, I'm a daily commuter, so I have a lot of miles (10,000+ on the Vanguard before I sold it and then 20,000+ on the Slipstream so far), but I can't tell you what touring at 75-100 miles a day for...
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    Ryan Vanguard? Longbikes Slipstream? Linear? ...

    Ryan Vanguard? Longbikes Slipstream? Linear? Turner? Infinity?

    http://i118.photobucket.com/albums/o85/WilburBudDark/misc/cookie_sharing_dog_zps6372246c.jpg
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