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Old 08-12-19, 01:01 PM
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Poster above suggested acetone. Not a great idea on plastic or some paints. Denatured alcohol is much safer.
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Old 08-13-19, 01:13 PM
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Not Murray, not a former high-profile performer. More like mid-profile and well known for impacting cycling in different ways than just riding. I think I'll leave the sticker, just because it's non-obvious and I am sure I'll do a poor job of removing it and it's a nice bike.

I appreciate the comments.

Documentation is there in terms of purchase papers. I'll probably put them away somewhere. In 2005 I got a set of wheels built by a weird-looking, extraordinarily grumpy guy for an old Puegot XP-10, and that guy turned out to be Sheldon Brown. I had no idea 'what that meant' until someone directed me to his website (great site!) and asked if I had provenance. I said "no," and he looked at me funny and I looked at him funny, and then not long ago I found the Wheelworks papers in a box of old Campy stuff my dad shipped to me once.

It's weird, you can probably tell I have very, very little intersection with the world of cycling, but it's like it keeps bumping into me.

Anyhow, thanks, it was a genuine question.
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Old 08-13-19, 02:03 PM
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@Danhedonia, pics? Pretty please?
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Old 08-13-19, 02:11 PM
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Originally Posted by livedarklions View Post
Hope he doesn't get all huffy about it.
You can do what you like if you are a "free spirit".
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Old 08-13-19, 02:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Danhedonia View Post
Not Murray, not a former high-profile performer. More like mid-profile and well known for impacting cycling in different ways than just riding. I think I'll leave the sticker, just because it's non-obvious and I am sure I'll do a poor job of removing it and it's a nice bike.

I appreciate the comments.

Documentation is there in terms of purchase papers. I'll probably put them away somewhere. In 2005 I got a set of wheels built by a weird-looking, extraordinarily grumpy guy for an old Puegot XP-10, and that guy turned out to be Sheldon Brown. I had no idea 'what that meant' until someone directed me to his website (great site!) and asked if I had provenance. I said "no," and he looked at me funny and I looked at him funny, and then not long ago I found the Wheelworks papers in a box of old Campy stuff my dad shipped to me once.

It's weird, you can probably tell I have very, very little intersection with the world of cycling, but it's like it keeps bumping into me.

Anyhow, thanks, it was a genuine question.
Is there a reason you are being so vague? I mean, did they threaten you with legal proceeding for giving up the name, or maybe bodily injury? Was he an Italian rider who has connections or something?
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Old 08-13-19, 05:22 PM
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And he still leaves the community hanging.
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Old 08-13-19, 06:42 PM
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Actually, this person is indeed famous for legal action!!!!! LOLOLOLOL. The bike's nothing to get too excited about - a Giant TCR from a while back. Pics won't thrill you.
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Old 08-13-19, 06:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Danhedonia View Post
Actually, this person is indeed famous for legal action!!!!! LOLOLOLOL. The bike's nothing to get too excited about - a Giant TCR from a while back. Pics won't thrill you.
Jackie Chiles or Johnnie Cochran?
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Old 08-13-19, 09:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Danhedonia View Post
Not Murray, not a former high-profile performer. More like mid-profile and well known for impacting cycling in different ways than just riding. I think I'll leave the sticker, just because it's non-obvious and I am sure I'll do a poor job of removing it and it's a nice bike.

I appreciate the comments.

Documentation is there in terms of purchase papers. I'll probably put them away somewhere. In 2005 I got a set of wheels built by a weird-looking, extraordinarily grumpy guy for an old Puegot XP-10, and that guy turned out to be Sheldon Brown. I had no idea 'what that meant' until someone directed me to his website (great site!) and asked if I had provenance. I said "no," and he looked at me funny and I looked at him funny, and then not long ago I found the Wheelworks papers in a box of old Campy stuff my dad shipped to me once.

It's weird, you can probably tell I have very, very little intersection with the world of cycling, but it's like it keeps bumping into me.

Anyhow, thanks, it was a genuine question.
Cycling would probably bump into you less if you didnít create ridiculous, attention seeking fake teaser posts on a cycling forum
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Old 08-14-19, 12:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Danhedonia View Post
Actually, this person is indeed famous for legal action!!!!! LOLOLOLOL. The bike's nothing to get too excited about - a Giant TCR from a while back. Pics won't thrill you.
Pee Wee Herman of Pee Wee's Fun House?
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Old 08-14-19, 12:48 PM
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I'm not seeking attention. If you think your attention is the object of my efforts, feel free to ignore. My idea of ridiculous is sitting in a chair somewhere, thinking a stranger has a need for your attention. We all have our perspectives.
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Old 08-14-19, 01:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Danhedonia View Post
Actually, this person is indeed famous for legal action!!!!! LOLOLOLOL. The bike's nothing to get too excited about - a Giant TCR from a while back. Pics won't thrill you.
Could it possibly be Kato Kaelin? Judge Lance Ito? Judge Judy? Justice Brett (I like beer) Kavagnaugh?
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Old 08-14-19, 04:47 PM
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Could it possibly be Kato Kaelin? Judge Lance Ito? Judge Judy? Justice Brett (I like beer) Kavagnaugh?
They're all about to be topped. Judge Jerry (Springer) is coming to TV this fall.

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Old 08-18-19, 08:38 AM
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I'm not seeking attention. If you think your attention is the object of my efforts, feel free to ignore. My idea of ridiculous is sitting in a chair somewhere, thinking a stranger has a need for your attention. We all have our perspectives.
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Old 08-18-19, 08:53 AM
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