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    4 fast, 4 furious

    is skidding the human-powered drifting?
    drifting has roots in japan.
    fixed gear culture has roots in japan.

    fixed gear is 'hip' for bike geeks, as is drifting for car geeks.

    fast and furious 4: alleycats and racing caps?

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    Put down the bong and go to sleep.

    Edit: lol berzerkely

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    i got a bullethole in my car when i was in berkeley. cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liverunbike
    is skidding the human-powered drifting?
    drifting has roots in japan.
    fixed gear culture has roots in japan.

    fixed gear is 'hip' for bike geeks, as is drifting for car geeks.

    fast and furious 4: alleycats and racing caps?
    track bikes on the street culture started in new york/jamaica, not japan. fixed gear "culture" started in 19th century europe because it was the earliest style of bicycle. njs culture, on the other hand...

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    Quote Originally Posted by liverunbike
    is skidding the human-powered drifting?
    drifting has roots in japan.
    fixed gear culture has roots in japan.

    fixed gear is 'hip' for bike geeks, as is drifting for car geeks.

    fast and furious 4: alleycats and racing caps?

    I would like to call you ********....but i cant cause its offensive.


    Although i would like you to do your homework.


    Get back with us when you know what your talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andre nickatina
    track bikes on the street culture started in new york/jamaica, not japan. fixed gear "culture" started in 19th century europe because it was the earliest style of bicycle. njs culture, on the other hand...
    I'm not sure who's stupider, the OP or you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoozyMcliverRot
    I would like to call you ********....but i cant cause its offensive.


    Although i would like you to do your homework.


    Get back with us when you know what your talking about.
    Too much caffeine?

    That's a bit harsh.
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    you are all stupids

    the op has a well formed argument

    write the screen play and pitch it to japans vin diesel
    not a 2ksuck'r

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    Just call me SK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyle!
    i got a bullethole in my car when i was in berkeley. cool.
    i put a bullethole in your car when i was in berkeley.
    Save the cheeseburger. Save the world.

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    new york/jamaica.

    hmm.

    here?
    the hipster myth.

    i practice vagabondery.

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    i really don't care about who screwed up what facts, alls i know is i got WAAAAAY excited when i saw the previews for tokyo drift because i had been doing that on my bike on a daily basis for a while. i remember cheering and clapping during the previews in the theater and then shouting "ride a bike!!!"

    i'm an awful, awful date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andre nickatina
    track bikes on the street culture started in new york/jamaica, not japan. fixed gear "culture" started in 19th century europe because it was the earliest style of bicycle. njs culture, on the other hand...
    agreed..sorta.

    Fixed on the streets in Jamaica...not because of a 'street culture', but because that's all there were there and that's all you grew up riding.

    Jamaica, the island, not Jamaica, Queens...hardly any fixed gears here.

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    As long as Lil' Bow Wow is in it...

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    I drift with Van Dessel.
    I ride with pants so tight that they're spandex.
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    I drifted off to sleep reading this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenskeletons
    i'm an awful, awful date.
    PHALSE. 'member that time that you got drunk and ****ed all over every **** and then you **** **** the ****er **** with ****? that was pretty hott.

    edit. damn language filter. how is anybody ever supposed to communicate?
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    the hipster myth.

    i practice vagabondery.

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