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    New stoker....

    Not sure what the training wheels are for, but some days I could use a stoker like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chain
    Not sure what the training wheels are for, but some days I could use a stoker like this.
    The owner seems a little obsessive so the wheels are probably FMWs instead of FMPs
    If there wasn't a wrong, there wouldn't be a right...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chain
    Not sure what the training wheels are for, but some days I could use a stoker like this.
    I'm not sure I'd say that to your wife if I were you
    Of course I'm sure...that doesn't mean I'm right.....

    "There's no sense being stupid unless you show it."

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    Do robots need TT helmets?

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    Well. That's not at all what I expected.

    I always find video clips on a newsradio website disconcerting.

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    Not interested until it's available in Carbon.

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    seats too high anyways...
    I know we just met and this is crazy....

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    Does it pedal through after 'coasting' has been called...twice...After the brakes have been applied and speed is near zero...While I'm trying to put a foot down to keep us upright...At a light...In Traffic...Then blame the obvious result on the captain?

    If not, put me down for one.
    A good habit is as hard to break as a bad one..

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