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  1. Thread: Parallel Parking

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    That's not what I asked. I asked if you thought...

    That's not what I asked. I asked if you thought that ALL private property should be subject to confiscation at the drop of a hat or just cars. You now state that you don't agree that it should....
  2. This hardly ever happens. Almost all deaths in...

    This hardly ever happens. Almost all deaths in war happen to people who don't even see the enemy or know that they are around.
    By the way, wars and accidents are both preventable.
  3. Thread: Parallel Parking

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    So should the government be able to confiscate...

    So should the government be able to confiscate ALL private property at the drop of a hat?

    This might be a prime example of what BarracksSi was saying earlier. "It only illustrates that many of...
  4. Thread: Parallel Parking

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    What?

    What?
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    That's a great looking bike at a really nice...

    That's a great looking bike at a really nice price. Seems strange though that a quality frame and fork cost less than a set of bar ends! I sure wish that somebody would introduce a reasonably...
  6. Thread: Idiot cyclist sues

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    Actually the one I found was of a thief who...

    Actually the one I found was of a thief who robbed a homeowner then sued for loss of income (like your original claim). It's not on your list but it was thrown out of court. Of those on your list,...
  7. Thread: Idiot cyclist sues

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    The only such lawsuit that I've been able to find...

    The only such lawsuit that I've been able to find happened in Milwaulkee and it was thrown out of court. Do you have a link to any successful one?
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    "Now there were no pedestrians anywhere near the...

    "Now there were no pedestrians anywhere near the crosswalk and no cars in sight from any direction. The only way a problem could have arisen was if a passing airplane dropped a car from the sky on...
  9. Thread: Bike Vandalism

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    A tire will often pick up a nail, causing a slow...

    A tire will often pick up a nail, causing a slow leak that's not apparent until much later. The nail will partially seal the hole and you won't notice the air leak until you come back to get your...
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    These things seem to happen every day to some of...

    These things seem to happen every day to some of us yet in over 40 years of riding on the public roads, I've never, and I mean NEVER, been told to "stay in the bike lane" or to "get off the road" or...
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    It's not quite as simple as this. Air resistance...

    It's not quite as simple as this. Air resistance will increase exponentially with speed but rolling resistance will increase linearly. Since speed will probably be much higher going downhill than...
  12. Thread: Cassette Question

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    Shimano SLX cassettes have some wide ranges (to...

    Shimano SLX cassettes have some wide ranges (to 34 or 36 teeth I think). You'll need a long cage derailleur but these should work with your 105 crankset.
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    I've built a couple of bikes with internally...

    I've built a couple of bikes with internally geared hubs (though my LHT has a derailleur) and I think you'll have no trouble with this combination. Pay attention to rear axle spacing (135mm on the...
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    I've never met any cyclist that had that opinion....

    I've never met any cyclist that had that opinion. In fact I've never met any non-cyclist that holds that view either. Just make sure that you can merge smoothly without cutting someone off, then...
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    Because cars have unique VIN numbers and they are...

    Because cars have unique VIN numbers and they are registered by the state. Car owners pay for these registrations. This makes it easy to maintain a list of cars that are reported stolen. The...
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    Cops won't devote any more time to looking for a...

    Cops won't devote any more time to looking for a stolen car than for a stolen bike or anything else. Stolen cars are recovered more often because they are often abandoned after a joyride or after...
  17. Very true. You've been super lucky thus far but...

    Very true. You've been super lucky thus far but a complete tear-down will let you check for hidden frame rust, scored bearing races, etc. and solve some problems before they become major issues. ...
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    Holy s&*t. i'M GLAD i'VE GOT LESS THAN 50 LBS OF...

    Holy s&*t. i'M GLAD i'VE GOT LESS THAN 50 LBS OF KIDS TO HAUL!
    Seriously, when it comes to touring, headwinds can be much worse than weight. The bottom line is that weight and wind are the enemy...
  19. Thread: Speakers

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    Please, stop now. You do not understand the huge...

    Please, stop now. You do not understand the huge undercurrent of hatred that exists for those who subject others to their music. There is nothing in this world that triggers loathing like this...
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    Congratulations on picking up what must be the...

    Congratulations on picking up what must be the all time best deals in bike frames. I've built up two of these and have only one complaint - a less than durable paint that will scratch very easily.
    ...
  21. Thread: Winter sucks

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    So the Riders gear up for a losing season in...

    So the Riders gear up for a losing season in Bangladesh as well?
    Go BLUE! :lol:
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    If you're really 50lbs. over, then a 42/28 is...

    If you're really 50lbs. over, then a 42/28 is still a tough gear to pull in steep hills. I can't imagine someone telling you to stay with a 12-25 cassette.

    My LBS experience has been almost...
  23. Thread: REALLY slow leak

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    You're my new hero. I've had a few that went to...

    You're my new hero. I've had a few that went to double digits but none with 19 patches. With all the goatsheads out here I'd be spending a couple hundred a year on tubes if I didn't patch them.
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    Poll: What's the difference between a 'buzz' and a...

    What's the difference between a 'buzz' and a 'near buzz' and why would I report a 'near buzz' to the police?
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    Some things become real obvious once they're...

    Some things become real obvious once they're explained to you.
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