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    I like my Tea like my Scotch, shaken, not stirred...

    I like my Tea like my Scotch, shaken, not stirred
    http://image.toutlecine.com/photos/z/a/r/zardoz-1973-08-g.jpg
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    Ive posted this on other treads but here it is...

    Ive posted this on other treads but here it is again.
    http://i639.photobucket.com/albums/uu111/blockflute1/DSC_0358_zpsvedopulb.jpg
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    I prefer the Speyside and Highland whiskeys like...

    I prefer the Speyside and Highland whiskeys like Glen Morangie and Highland Park. Dont mix Talisker and Oban... you get Taliban.
  4. It does 28's fine with only a little force...

    It does 28's fine with only a little force rquired to get a fully inflated rear tire in. There clearance for the brake bridge and fork crown is very small with 28mm tires.
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    Get a cookbook called Silk Road Cooking: A...

    Get a cookbook called
    Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey: Najmieh Batmanglij
    It is vegetarian and has recipes from across Asia.
    Beans like lentil, Garbanzo, Fava all make tasty dishes in...
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    No ..... This ...

    No ..... This
    http://www.bikeforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=446245&d=1429561582
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    The engraving appears to read Titan

    The engraving appears to read Titan
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    My 1st gen Lambert used a Campy crank puller and...

    My 1st gen Lambert used a Campy crank puller and wrench. It also had std english thread cups. I transferred the bottom bracket and crankset to my wife's Mercian after we bought that frame.
  9. That ribbing is the result of the facing tool. ...

    That ribbing is the result of the facing tool. It's for her pleasure.
  10. Thread: Bruce Jenner

    by Wulf
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    One of the TG people I knew was a friend and...

    One of the TG people I knew was a friend and musician that played in the same chamber group as me. I was unaware of her TG status for two years ( I thought she was a really homely woman). What...
  11. It is fun to note that the bikes and kit has not...

    It is fun to note that the bikes and kit has not changed so much since then.
  12. Thread: Mixing groups

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    I'd go with the Modolo; itallian, high quality,...

    I'd go with the Modolo; itallian, high quality, style.
    My first 'good' bike was a Windsor Pro frame I bought 2nd hand and built it up with the following
    Sugino Mighty crank
    Berthet pedals
    Camy...
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    Fashion your own pin-spanner by using a metal...

    Fashion your own pin-spanner by using a metal coat hanger. Bend a length of it in half and bend the ends (last 1/4 inch) 90 degrees
  14. Get 2 pieces of threaded rod that will go thru...

    Get 2 pieces of threaded rod that will go thru the holes in the hacksaw blades. Then get some spacers like pieces of tube or nuts and alternate blade/spacer/blade....... tighten with a wingnut at...
  15. What did Little Joe do after Virginia City and...

    What did Little Joe do after Virginia City and his time as a family man in Minnesota.
  16. Thread: Replicas..

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    I was once looking through an antique arms shop...

    I was once looking through an antique arms shop here in California. I noticed a knife in the counter that looked familiar and the label stated that it was an authentic 18th century longhunter knife...
  17. Thread: Your first date

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    My last first date: 1975 Berkeley, I took a...

    My last first date: 1975 Berkeley, I took a girl living at the same dorm out for a night at the Starry Plough Irish Pub. Thy had live music and little girls step-dancing. The Guiness was flowing...
  18. It looks like El Cajon ends south of Swarthout...

    It looks like El Cajon ends south of Swarthout and the route goes under the fwy into Devore.
  19. Thread: Almost There

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    Almost There

    Ive posted about my project which is nearing completion after a year and a half. Most of the gear was purchased on the CV sales forum or Craigslist in an effort to keep the total price down....
  20. The seat cluster treatment looks like an Olmo,...

    The seat cluster treatment looks like an Olmo, Frejus. I am not aware of any bike of the 50s, early 60s with thru-toptube cables so its probably a repaint. The decals are not correct for the age of...
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    My wife has a Mercian that was built for someone...

    My wife has a Mercian that was built for someone else.
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    If you have a dishwasher, remember to punch out...

    If you have a dishwasher, remember to punch out the plug so the hose from the dishwasher feeds the disposal. If you get the same brand you had, the pipes should match up.
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    So ... Lygie, Garlatti, Bianchi and Tommasini. ...

    So ... Lygie, Garlatti, Bianchi and Tommasini. You are in good company.
  24. My son says I'm just too cheap to buy new stuff.

    My son says I'm just too cheap to buy new stuff.
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    If the pedals are not wide enough, you can get...

    If the pedals are not wide enough, you can get extenders which set the pedals out about 1/2 inch from the normal position. I dont know if they are available in French though.
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