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    I have for quite some time not been able to post or read stuff on TB, Coming back here and looking at the pub I am convinced...



    And some of them are MODERBYTERS - If the shoe fits wear it!
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    Hey! If we make the assumption that 20% of the world population are dumb, it stands to reason that 20% of poster on TB must be dumb and 20% of Modderwaters must be dumb and 20% of the Committee must be dumb. Of course, it also means that 20% of our family members must be dumb. Even worse, it means that there is a 20% chance that you, or I, or both are dumb!

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    i ARE DUMB..
    Nothing is more terrible than to see ignorance in action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richardvz View Post
    i ARE DUMB..
    You know me. I never argue!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    You know me. I never argue!
    I'll fight you on this one....
    Nothing is more terrible than to see ignorance in action.
    — Goethe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richardvz View Post
    I'll fight you on this one....
    Sorry. I never fight with pretty gurls.

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    You guys should sleep more...
    It's not how fast you can ride --- it's how fast you can STOP!

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    Smile Biking Safety

    Preparation

    Riding a motorcycle happens between your ears. By looking the right way you pull the bike through the curves. Other things on your mind will only distract. A biker should be very awake.Besides... when half asleep you miss most of the fun. Forget about riding with a hangover. Alcohol and traffic do NOT match! Use of a GPS or a roadbook is also a distraction. Not only dangerous on paved ways but also off road. Several top 5 Paris-Dakar riders had to withdraw because they crashed while using their roadbook or GPS...
    Preparation of the route - if only globally - makes riding more easy. Always plan the trip you make: where am I going. Most of the time a brief look at the road map is enough. Roadbooks can be of assistance. Write large enough to be able to read villages and road numbers. Use arrows to mark points where you have to branch off. Looking at a map before leaving prevents riding the wrong way which leads to searching instead of biking.
    Finally it makes sense to look at the weather. Do I put on my rain gear at home or can it be left at home... Some idea about the weather prevents surprise from sudden hailstorms, autumn leaves and icy exits of motorways. It prevents you from being surprised by people that don't know what is happening outside their cars.

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    HA HA HA!!! Dum de dum dum dum!!!

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    :bustanut: :bustanut: :bustanut: :bustanut::bustanut:
    When in doubt, Gas It! It may not solve the problem, but it WILL end the suspense!

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    Default duh

    Not all of us can be brain surgeons or helicopter pilots ops:
    some of us are merely scooter drivers...
    Lost it down the highway.
    Down the dotted line.
    You were going your way.
    I was going mine.

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    From a very sincere point of view...

    I thank everyone for being individuals, because if we were all the same this world would be very boring. I thank you for your insight, your advice and your ideas, keep them coming. I know you have the ideals and goals of THINKBIKE at heart, and know that in the end the 1 person on a bike who has never heard of THINKBIKE will more than likely be the beneficiary of our hard work.
    And in the big scheme of things, we did good, all of us.

    So hope to see you all around, its been interesting to say the least.
    Enjoy the rest of the weekend, stay safe...

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    There is something 'missing' in that poster... but if I post it here... this thread will be deleted... i'll give u a clue though....

    it starts with M and ends with R
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSteel View Post
    HA HA HA!!! Dum de dum dum dum!!!
    See what moderation does? If there was none, BlueSteel would have humned:

    bum tee tee bum tee tee bum ....

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