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Old 01-05-17, 07:23 AM
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Kinda says it all

This morning 71 folks were visiting Foo... at the same time all the other threads had fewer visitors, including P&R and A&S.

Just seems to say it all.
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Old 01-05-17, 07:25 AM
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Oh, I take it back... classic and vintage had 185.
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You get burned out in most of the other forums after a while.

There are only so many interesting discussions about commuting or long distance or living car free.

P+R *could* be interesting if people would have honest discussions instead of torturing logic to prop up their position. It's just a high school debate class with no teacher present.

C+V is definitely the exception when still talking bikes, as there are a hundred years worth of bikes from all over the world to discuss and view. They all have weird, unique problems to solve, or questions about how to rebuild them, repaint or polish debates and such.

Foo is mostly poking fun at fools, and the supply is endless, and they continue to find new and creative ways to fail.
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Of course, genec! We all wanted to see your valuable contribution, today, to the off-topic sub forum!
Such insight!
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