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  1. If drivers complain about your light being too...

    If drivers complain about your light being too bright that means it's working as planned. I couldn't care less either if it annoys anybody. No week passes by without several pedestrians and cyclists...
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    I just tend to err on the side of caution,...

    I just tend to err on the side of caution, sometimes perhaps too much. But for me getting to work 10 minutes later is a fair tradeoff for some extra safety. And yeah, definitely, my Roubaix doesn't...
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    I don't recall a tall guy on a folder wearing a...

    I don't recall a tall guy on a folder wearing a red helmet :) I'm sure, I'd take notice! So I guess our rides don't overlap.

    I remember once in Winter I rode over the WillyB bridge entirely by...
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    It depends on the commute too. I pass two metal...

    It depends on the commute too. I pass two metal bridges (one is a draw bridge) with unprotected gaps, some run alongside, they can swallow a 32 tire. I'd be afraid to ride on a road bike. All it...
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    I also try to ride every day. I live in Queens...

    I also try to ride every day. I live in Queens and work in Manhattan so we ride the opposite ways. Although I had a long break this Winter due to surgery. I mostly ride over the Williamsburg bridge...
  6. To me it's "crazy" to sit in the traffic on the...

    To me it's "crazy" to sit in the traffic on the way to work. But that seems what the majority thinks of as "normal" so go figure.
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    Just started commuting regularly again several...

    Just started commuting regularly again several weeks ago after recovering from a messy gallbladder surgery. Pretty nice weather for riding for the last couple of weeks. After the Sandy storm we had...
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    I have a carbon Specialized Roubaix with Apex...

    I have a carbon Specialized Roubaix with Apex group. I love this bike for weekend rides but I wouldn't commute on it for these reasons:

    1) Has no ability to carry any significant cargo. I don't...
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    Second picture is the cutest:)

    Second picture is the cutest:)
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    I'm so glad to see you're recovering so well. I...

    I'm so glad to see you're recovering so well. I can't even begin to imagine what you and your family have gone through. I had a bad gallbladder surgery last Fall and I was in a hospital for 5 days...
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    Yeah, I'm in NYC and I can see the site now....

    Yeah, I'm in NYC and I can see the site now. Uff...
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    Neil, did you try running diagnostics on the...

    Neil, did you try running diagnostics on the drive? Each major manufacturer has a diagnostics utility. The only catch usually is that it can't be connected to a RAID controller in any RAID mode. And...
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    Besides the fact that I am going through...

    Besides the fact that I am going through withdrawal not getting my daily fix of journal reading... I can easily wait until the site is fixed:) good luck Neil, don't feel bad, you're doing awesome job...
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    Thanks for the feedback. Yeah, the pain was...

    Thanks for the feedback. Yeah, the pain was unbearable. I'll have nightmares for a while. Mine was also badly infected and there was a chance of rupture which can be problematic.

    I'm 45yo, but...
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    A lot of people can adjust to eat almost normal...

    A lot of people can adjust to eat almost normal diet without a gallbladder, but for most it means low fat diet or bad diarrhea since there isn't enough bile avialble to digest large amounts of fat....
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    Thanks a lot. That's definitely good news to me :)

    Thanks a lot. That's definitely good news to me :)
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    Cycling without gallbladder?

    So I suddenly found myself without a gallbladder. It was a messy surgery, the damn thing was badly infected, so it'll take a few weeks to recover. But now I wonder how lack of the gallbladder and...
  18. No helmet will protect your entire face from the...

    No helmet will protect your entire face from the sun. I wear 50sfp sunblock that's made for face, doesn't itch, on long dayrides and never get burns. Wear a thin HeadSweats skullcap under the helmet...
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    You're certainly entitled to have your own...

    You're certainly entitled to have your own opinion.

    OP, try Butt'r.
  20. Precisely. However, when confronted and you point...

    Precisely. However, when confronted and you point at the camera, they may be more likely to STFU and leave you alone as suddenly their anonymity disappears.
  21. Denver? Mmmm. I'm jealous.

    Denver? Mmmm. I'm jealous.
  22. You'd have to build up a lot of muscles to notice...

    You'd have to build up a lot of muscles to notice significant gain from cycling.
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    The latest "version" of my Kommuter with Inertia...

    The latest "version" of my Kommuter with Inertia Designs pannier, Wald basket and Topeak Trunk.

    http://a-world.net/files/cycling/2012/07/26/01.jpg
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    We need laws that would actually force the police...

    We need laws that would actually force the police to investigate crashes properly and punish cops severely for botched investigations. Otherwise all these laws are pretty much useless.
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    Yeah, this is awesome. I haven't checked their...

    Yeah, this is awesome. I haven't checked their Facebook page in a couple of weeks. This is great news. Yeah, the doctors did an amazing job but I guess he was very lucky too. The injuries were...
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