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Old 02-26-14, 02:43 PM   #26
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There's a guy in San Fran that drives around with a giant bra ball.....Towed behind his Cadillac with a trailer....It's a must see thing for me...


Is that a happy fellow or what....
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Old 02-26-14, 04:04 PM   #27
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I was going to offer up the Police Dept. of the City of New York.

Tough enough to ride there at times, even with a lot of bike paths and designated lanes, but the street cops can be as anti-cyclist a group as any I've heard of. Generally though, if you follow ALL the rules of the road, you lessen your chances of being harassed.
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Old 03-01-14, 02:47 PM   #28
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Beware of monsoons in Arizona in the summer. I don't know where else they have them but know for sure they have them there.
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For mosqitoes, it would probably be more efficient to list where they don't exist.
steady on-shore wind on the Coast keeps them at bay ..

the still air amongst the trees and lakesides is another story .
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Beware of monsoons in Arizona in the summer. I don't know where else they have them but know for sure they have them there.
Throughout southwestern US. The moisture flows up into Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. You can almost set your watch by the afternoon thunderstorms.
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