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Discussion in 'Welcome to the World of Motorized Bicycles' started by paul, Nov 6, 2009.
everyone welcome barelyawake as our newest addition to the mod squad
You da man!
Oh, no...just when things were starting to settle down...This is gonna take some getting used to
You know I'm kidding.
Welcome aboard, Barely. You'll do good.
Welcome barelyawake, glad to have you with us.
good choice, seeing as how he's the only guy on this forum at 3am...
wait, how would i know that?
I WILL DESTRO... omg, wrong movie O.O
Thanks all, I'll do what I can I'm flattered to say the least!
Now you gotta drink more coffee!
Congratulations on your making rank!
It is a perfect choice seeing how he's like the motor kit master,lol. Seriously tho he can diagnose motors over the internet, he really knows everything about these motors, and he's a great teacher. Congrats and thanks for all the help.
Yer too kind rkorson, I'm flattered - but I gotta point out I learn somethin' everyday on this forum, some of it I knew & some of it I didn't - even so there's always a twist I hadn't thought of.
“No man knows less than the man who knows it all”
I think that you will do a good job and iy will keep you occupied this winter when snow in neck deep to a tall giraffe up there in Maine. I spent 3 years in the Limestone - Caribou area (1969 to 1973) when I was in the Air Force.
Saved me a lot of typing.
Congrats fo'sho' Mr. Awake
it will give you something to do while it is too harsh outside to ride
Maine winters are rough !!!
I think we all should move to Az. I like it when I get to go there never been to Maine
may go some day I hear the lobsters are good!
welcome to the moderator job your $10,000.00 check is in the mail.
Now I can be even more lazy!!!
I will happily trade 1/2 this ModMoney for a winter vacation in Arizona (I needz print up a batch first tho)...
How about this for just 1/4 of that grand... stay in northern Minnesota in the Superior National Forst in a 1957 Spartan Aircraft Trailer which isn't all that much colder than where you are and it has a dock on a frozen lake! Southern exposure for that dock site, too. Cut your own firewood and sleep very close to the wood stove. Only a 12 mile walk to town. Town has a bicycle shop shut down for the winter, two hardware stores and a public library. All this for just $250.00.Think of it! I'll be back in April so it is only available until then. Avoid the crowds of Arizona... act now!
That sounds great and I'd love it! All 'cept the "isn't all that much colder than where you are" part o.o
Colder? orly... Just what I was lookin' for