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  1. I love it, I want it. I have an all original MT-16 and have been thinking of converting to BMW just so I can do 65 MPH. I just need $$$.
  2. I took my Dnepr MT-16 down to the police station to ask if I had to install a seat belt for my 9 year old. They loved the bike but didn't have an answer. I did not install the belts. I didn't because my bike is taxed on toll roads as a vehicle and trailer. even though it's wheel is driven. I have argued and argued, but, the state gets to define what a vehicle's class is, and a MT-16 with full time drive is a car and trailer. So, f-'em. No seatbelts in my sidecar. They are dangerous anyway, better to be thrown out than turned over. And yes, she wears a helmet. Reality is, every cop who has seen it thinks it's cool, and that is most of the fight right there. We are all dads anyway.
  3. I am an ex-smoker, (35 years) and an ex-tobacco farmer. I still have all my tobacco tools. All the gov. has done is shift tobacco farming to outside the US (Philippines). When we farmed tobacco the MSM railed about the "tobacco subsidy". Bull+s+h+i+t!!! For every dollar I made, the US collected 16 dollars in taxes. The powers that be want to maximize taxes on tobacco and alcohol, while pretending to care for the little guy. They want to look good while they fleece us. Phillip Morris has transferred it's production to South America, they have taught the locals how to grow and cure tobacco, and cut their costs in half. That is what it is all about. That is what it has always been about. They tried this in 1906, and starved American tobacco farmers for 3 years, that was the reason the tobacco price controls were first set up. How about I raise an organic pick your own crop. You come to my farm and cut, house and strip tobacco. I'll plant and top. We are looking about $1.25 a pound. You take home your bales and do what you want. I wonder if they would put me in jail if I did this?
  4. Oh, and be sure to give your dog cheese as a surprise now and again. It will focus his mind on you wonderfully. I like to put cheese in front of my dog's nose when he is sleeping.
  5. To get a dog to come when he doesn't want to put a piece of wrapped sliced sandwich cheese in your pocket. When you are ready to put the leash back on, or go home, or get in the car, whatever he does not want to do, take the cheese out. Wait until the the leash is on, the car is entered, whatever. Then unrap it and give it to him in pieces. Never let him see you put the cheese in your pocket, if he does then he will obey only when it's there. Rewards work wonderfully, even for a stupid dog. A smart one, well, your best friend always does want you want anyway. For cats, use a squirt gun. After a while they will stop whatever it is when you go tsk-tsk with your teeth. I like cats, I just can't eat a whole one by myself.
  6. Excellent idea sgtbrown. I am going shopping tomorrow. I wonder if I can spray it through my sunroof of my car?
  7. Yep on the fair trade thing. It's just an excuse for the powerful to globally exploit the poor. Look at Nike. But sometimes the poor want to be exploited, anything for a job. I feel that if you want to sell in this country, there are minimums that we should demand of your social contract. But the goal of the Chinese Communists is to stay in power. Also, they have little or no environmental inforcement, low wages, no health protection, and because everything is "State Owned" they, not the market, get to judge what is economically efficacious. It has always been the their stated goal to be the worlds largest steel producer. It proves the worth of communism in their value system. I am a environmentalist who just doesn't buy the Global Warming argument. It will resolve itself in just a few years anyway. If this non-warming trend of the last ten years continues, Global Warming will be pushed aside by economic considerations. Actually, looking at our economy for the last 6 months, it may be pushed aside no matter what. I'm drinking a glass of Merlot. I'd pour you one but my transporter is on the fritz.
  8. Do you really believe that labor costs, healthcare costs, retirement costs, had less to do with the shift of manufacturing to China, then environmental regulations? Are you suggesting the US should operate under the same air quality regulations as China to be "competitive"? Do you believe a government can "decree" that corporations from other countries will move their manufacturing centers to their country? I know there are those who believe that all it takes is "free trade", and the playing field is automatically level, couldn't be further from the truth. Trade has to be negotiated, a country has the right to "insist" that in order for another country to "cheaply" import products into their country, that country has to "progressively" raise the standard of living of it's workers, so those workers can eventually afford the products of the importing country. The US government has abandoned it's labor force in favor of multinational corporations. Whoa Nelly!!! I never said anything like that. First; There was no "Shift" of manufacturing. Unlike the makiladoras of Mexico, set up by US companies, Chinese Steel manufacturing was ordered by the Communist Chinese Party. "Foreign devils" were never allowed a majority stake for their money. Steel IS a strategic industry, I have not heard of any Chinese steel mills started by US companies. The Communist Chinese are quite well known for ignoring environmental and safety issues. Using the cost savings by exploiting the environment and their worker's health the Chinese have replaced much of the first world's steel manufacturing. Second; I do not believe in "Free Trade". I believe in "Fair Trade". When the US Gov. does free trade, we just trade good American Jobs with environmental and worker exploitation in the second and third world. There has to be a balance. Third; The US Gov. never abandoned it's labor force. They never gave a crap about us in the first place. The US worker can make steel cleaner and cheaper than anywhere else in the world. Why? Because we work harder and more productively. This isn't an opinion but a fact based upon the worker to tons ratio, cost to tons, health to tons. I spend two hours every week in safety meetings. Either our company really cares about us, or the legal and regulatory environment encourages them to do so. Oh, and the air in our mill is cleaner than the inside of your house, that's what they tell us.
  9. The same place all the worn off rubber from our tires go. Actually labor costs have nothing to do with China's steel production. Ten years ago China produced about 100 million tons a year, so did the US. Now China produces about 450 million tons a year, the US about 120 million (or did before this downturn). China is a command economy, this growth was ordered by their Government. Most of the cost differential are subsidies and environmental costs. There are differences in Legacy Costs, but they are minor. Steel is a strategic Industry, and the Chinese have always wanted to outproduce everyone else. Look at the "Great Leap Forward", and how Mao's directives caused the rural Chinese peasants to melt down everything they could to meet their production goals. They melted down their pots and pans to make local production goals.
  10. . Richard A. Muller's Berkeley buddies from the '60s might have been surprised to hear him tell the audience at UC Santa Cruz's Music Recital Hall Wednesday evening that nuclear energy was a viable solution to America's energy needs. If they'd found an empty seat at the first ever Stanley Flatté Memorial Lecture, they might also have raised an eyebrow at some of Muller's other facts — including that the U.S. is not running out of fossil fuels and that tropical storms have not increased over the last century. The popular UC Berkeley physics professor lectured from notes developed for his "Physics for Future Presidents" class at Cal, a class designed for non-science majors. "This is a non-partisan lecture," Muller said, introducing himself to the crowd of students and lifelong learners. "I skip over the math to get to the advanced material." http://planetgore.nationalreview.com/
  11. It would appear that we took more notice of what science implied and began to act instead of going on about rights and freedom. Wow, and maybe not. 8 years ago we had a German Steel Firm visit us. I was chosen to lead them around because I speak german, (yeah ok, badly, but their english was excellent. When we went to dinner one of our hillbilly morons brought up their past; "So, how about them NAZI's, huh?". I was mortified. I tried to apologize but they stopped me; "we have idiots too". Man how embarrasing. We ended up good friends.) One of the discussions was about NOx emissions. They could not believe our emissions were regulated. They didn't even measure their NOx emissions. We not only measured ours, we ran our mill (that costs money, a lot of money) to minimize them. The Germans were astounded. We also measure and try to reduce lead, CO2, bag house dust, etc etc etc. They didn't. We compete against Mexican Steel Mills. They get subsidized electricity, like how about free electricity, that is one of our biggest costs. They don't measure or regulate their pollutants. We have to make and sell steel against these guys. Welcome to the real world of Geopolitics. I am in the trenches every day. I listen to the blowhards about the USA and how polluting it is. Bull######. I live it. You dream it. I know you think you know what you are talking about, but I am right here, every day. It's really bad out here, streel is down 60+%. I am working 32 hours a week. I used to work 48. I am not complaining, steel is a strategic industry, I'll be ok. I am a Master Maintenance Tech and will have a job when you all are in a bread line. Don't worry, I'll help you all out. I am after all a compassionate conservative. And a Denier. Kend dig selv; Mark Andreasen
  12. Visdom uden viden er nytteløs. Viden uden visdom er farligt. Ken I got lots of beer. As to the Steel mugs, these are glass mugs that my Steel Mill puts out as awards for exemplary performance. I have many. Yuk yuk. I rarely get a chance to use 'em. The deep reason I do not believe in Global Warming (Climate Change is just the latest dodge) is that I have learned to never trust fear. And when I see the trumpeting of Global Warming, and the fear mongering of it by our leaders, I know it is more dangerous to believe than to scorn. More dangerous to follow than to dodge. Besides, Dr. Lomborg's point is that solving Global Warming is horrendously expensive, and maybe unnecessary. We can use the money to do much better good now, and in ten years the evidence will point more forcefully either way. So believe or don't, just stay out of my wallet.
  13. Sorry but I'm done. You either didn't watch or missed the point of: Dr. Lomborg's whole point was that Global Warming, if true, was not what we should be spending our money on right now. The site you link to is a Lomborg denier, he picks and chooses his arguments and looks for straw men to knock down. Time will tell. Oh, just so you know, there is much evidence that within the last 100,000 years the Arctic was free of ice for a while, and yet, somehow, we have polar bears. The real thing to fear is the coming Ice Age, we are a thousand years overdue. If I can help by staving off that with my Dnepr, so I will. And he talks funny cause he is Danish, English is not his mother tongue. Mod dumhed guderne selv kæmpe forgæves. Nat.
  14. Watch this please: watch it, watch watch watch it. really, just watch it. and really, you are playing the old "I don't like what you are saying so you must be and idiot" routine. Not me, I mean the Dr. must be an idiot. And yes of course, I know he is dead. Watch the link. Watch it. really, don't answer till you watch it. Please. I've got 3 cases we have to finish here. Urp. And frosted Steel Mill mugs.
  15. Hey, straight up or ice and water? Watch this please: Ever hear of Bjorn Lomborg: Just watch it. All of it. Please. I'm gonna have a boilermaker (for real).
  16. oh oh oh, good points all, sip. but,,,,,,,,,, wait for it: Dr. Art Robinson didn't start this petition, Dr. Frederick Seitz did. Dr. Robinson just carried it on. And really, does his religious beliefs make him wrong? I'm a Darwinist myself, but that doesn't mean I won't listen to this man. Also, does his beliefs invalidate this petition. It seams to me you didn't even look at my links. Remember: All of the listed signers have formal educations in fields of specialization that suitably qualify them to evaluate the research data related to the petition statement. Many of the signers currently work in climatological, meteorological, atmospheric, environmental, geophysical, astronomical, and biological fields directly involved in the climate change controversy. Really, come on. All they all just Deniers. bet you a beer in ten years that it's all BS. Hey, I've got Bourbon in the closet! PS; Stop the patronizing stuff (Stammon, I will try this "once again".). This is too fun. And remember, either one of could be wrong. Hey, I found the crystal glasses. Oh, I got spring water too. Now where is that single malt.
  17. Oh and oh again, read this : http://www.petitionproject.org/gwdatabase/...Of_Signers.html Click on that link to see who signed and what their accomplishments are. They are not hoi polloi Really, you are reading and repeating the Global Warming meme propaganda. "If you do not believe us, you are the enemy, wrong, and evil." At least give the signatories their due. Hey, if you were here I'd get you a beer right about now. Then I'd shut up and listen. Vroom vroom, vrrrrrrrrrr, shift, vrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, shift, clunk, verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, shift, vrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
  18. Oh, and Joe, I guess you didn't look at the links I provided about that petition, So I'll cut and paste for you: Dr. Art Robinson’s Petition Project (Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine) lists over 31,000 scientists that have signed, rejecting claims of human-caused global warming. 9,021 of the scientists hold PhDs. It is evident that 31,072 Americans with university degrees in science - including 9,021 PhDs, are not “a few.” Moreover, from the clear and strong petition statement that they have signed, it is evident that these 31,072 American scientists are not “skeptics.” More than 31,000 scientists across the United States, including more than 9,000 Ph.D.s in fields including atmospheric science, climatology, Earth science, environment and dozens of other specialties, have signed a petition rejecting "global warming," the assumption that the human production of greenhouse gases is damaging Earth's climate. The list of scientists includes 9,021 PhDs, 6,961 at the master’s level, 2,240 medical doctors, and 12,850 carrying a bachelor of science or equivalent academic degree. More than 31,000 scientists have signed the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine petition taking the stance that man-made global warming is not established to be the case by science. Of these scientists, more than 9,000 have Ph.D. degrees Hell, count them yourself: Don R, Rae E. R., Bernard Raab, PhD, F. H. Raab, PhD, Frederick H. Raab, PhD, Kristine J. Raab, DVM, John A. Raabe, PhD, Daryl Raabe, Ashley Rabalais, David D. Rabb, John E. Rabbitt, Steve Rabe, Linda E. Rabe, DVM, Craig Rabeneck, Brian T. Raber, Dennis P. Rabin, PhD, Sidney C. Rabin, MD, M. J. Rabinowitz, PhD, Jack G. Rabinowitz, MD, Thomas A. Rabson, PhD, Louis C. Raburn, Richard L. Racette, Todd L. Rachel, Joseph Wolfe Rachlin, PhD, Kenneth D. Rachocki, PhD, Dennis S. Rackers, Charles W. Raczkowski, PhD, Richard E. Radak, MD, Jerome D. Radar, Richard W. Radeka, Frank Radella, Roger L. Radeloff, Edward L. Rademacher Jr., Robert A. Rademaket, David R. Raden, Robert E. Rader, Nancy R. Radercic, PhD, Thomas S. Raderstorf, Steven R. Radford, Norman D. Radford Jr., Lewis E. Radicke, PhD, Rodney Owen Radke, PhD, Donald Rado, Donald Joseph Radomski, Donald E. Radtke, Michael T. Radvaw, Keith A. Rae, Harold R. Raemer, PhD, Beat U. Raess, PhD, Marvin C. Raether, Hershel Raff, PhD, Bradford J. Raffensperger, Keen A. Rafferty, PhD, Manny K. Rafla, PhD, Jeffrey T. Rafter, John G. Raftopoulos, DVM, Nicholas D. Raftopoulos, Donal M. Ragan, PhD, John R. Ragase, Robert W. Ragen Jr., Ralph D. Ragsdale, Mohsen Khatib Rahbar, PhD, James J. Rahn, PhD, Perry H. Rahn, PhD, Frank A. Raila, MD, Jay M. Railey, Attilio Joseph Rainal, PhD, David E. Rainer, Danny P. Raines, Robert L. Raines, Joe M. Rainey, Robert N. Rainey, James K. Rainforth, Ted Rains, John Ruel Rairden III, Elliott Raisen, PhD, James W. Raitt, MD, DeJan Rajcic, Robert P. Raker, MD, Michael R. Rakestraw, MD, Carl G. Rako, Francis Rakow, John M. Rakowski, James Arthur Raleigh, PhD, Charles F. Raley, PhD, James A. Ralph, Dean C. Ralphs, Michael Ram, PhD, Ganesier Ramachandran, Colin Stokes Ramage, William W. Ramage, Periasamy Ramalingam, PhD, George Ramatowski, Dario Ramazzotti, C. L. Rambo, Frederick H. Rambow, PhD, James A. Ramenofsky, MD, William Ramer, Professor Ramers, PhD, Harmon Hobson Ramey, PhD, Rafael G. Ramirez, PhD, Sonia R. Ramirez, MD, Guadalupe Ramirez, Apolinar Z. Ramiro, John J. Ramm, Simon Ramo, PhD, Roy E. Ramseier, Robert A. Ramser, Jerry Dwain Ramsey, PhD, John E. Ramsey, Walter B. Ramsey, Madeline K. Ramsey, Benjamin F. Ramsey, Mark Ramsey, Thomas E. Ramsey, Milton H. Ramsey, Alvin O. Ramsley, Lawrence Dewey Ramspott, PhD, Paul Ellertson Ramstad, PhD, Andrea L. Ramudo, Patricia Ramudo, John Ramus, Shahida I. Rana, Hugh Rance, PhD, David Rancour, PhD, James Rancourt, PhD, Phillip Gordon Rand, PhD, Charles L. Rand, Joseph Lindsay Randall, PhD, Charles Addison Randall, PhD, William J. Randall, PhD, Greenfield A. Randall, P. Randall, Byron K. Randall, Charles C. Randall, Robert T. Randall, Roberta B. Randall, Ann Randolph, PhD, Spencer G. Randolph, Jack E. Randorff, PhD, Robert C. Ranew, William P. Raney, PhD, Jesus J. Rangel Jr., Margene G. Ranieri, PhD, Tom Rank, PhD, Thomas J. Rankin, John W. Ranocchia Sr., C. J. Ransom, PhD, W. R. Ransone, PhD, David C. Ransower, Charles G. Ranstrom, Eero Ranta, MD, Navagund Rao, PhD, Gujar N. Rao, PhD, Vinod E. Rao, Alan M. Rapaport, MD, Irving Rapaport, Stephen C. Rapchak, Stephen C. Raper, Thomas Raphael, PhD, David E. Rapley, Henry Rapoport, PhD, Robert E. Rapp, MD, Donald Rapp, Bob Raser, Mamunur Rashid, PhD, Marco Rasi, PhD, Amram Rasiel, PhD, Karel Frantisck Raska Jr., PhD, Daren H. Raskin, Miriam Rasky, Lowell W. Rasmussen, PhD, James B. Rasmussen, Alvin L. Rasmussen, Arthur L. Rasmussen, DVM, Thomas R. Rasmussen, Mark Rasmussen, Ned S. Rasor, PhD, James Rasor, Howard E. Rast Jr., PhD, J. R. Ratcliff, Lee Ratcliff, Mike Ratcliff, Bhakta Bhusan Rath, PhD, Tom C. Rath, Carlisle Baxter Rathburn, PhD, Dennis Rathman, PhD, Hukum Singh Rathor, PhD, Andrew A. Rathsack, Steven T. Ratliff, PhD, Oscar Davis Ratnoff, MD, Gregory K. Ratter, Charles H. Ratterree 3rd, Egan J. Rattin, Michael S. Ratway, Alfred Ratz, PhD, Michael P. Rau, Jack G. Raub, Richard Travis Rauch, PhD, William R. Rauch, Lee Raue, James P. Rauf, Joseph R. Raurora, Donald O. Rausch, PhD, Kent Rausch, PhD, Gerald W. Rausch, PhD, Arthur A. Rauth, Steven L. Rauzi, Richard J. Ravas, PhD, Ann Rave, PhD, Francis Harvey Raven, PhD, Nancy C. Raven, Shea B. Rawe, Martin A. Rawhouser, Michael Rawley, Carroll J. Rawley, Kyle Rawlings, PhD, Richard G. Rawlings, James W. Rawlins, PhD, Stephen Rawlinson, Marvin L. Rawls, James H. Rawls, Stanley R. Rawn Jr., Sylvian Richard Ray, PhD, Malcolm H. Ray, PhD, Michael B. Ray, PhD, Clifford H. Ray, PhD, Michelle B. Ray, Anatoly D. 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Rechtien Jr., Robert H. Reck, MD, Craig R. Reckard, John A. Recks, Geoffrey Recktenwald, PhD, Charles W. Rector, PhD, Walter T. Rector, W. Rector, J. B. Red, Jory Ty Redd, PhD, John G. Reddan III, Mark Redden, Larry K. Reddig, Jack L. Reddin, MD, Foster Kinyon Redding, PhD, William M. Redding, James V. Redding, James D. Redding, James A. Reddington, Damoder P. Reddy, PhD, George R. Reddy, Richard L. Reddy, Harold J. Reddy, Allan G. Redeker, MD, Immo Redeker, John W. Redelfs, MD, Jamie Redenbaugh, William M. Redfield, John G. Redic, K. Redig, Robert Harmon Rediker, PhD, Brian Redlin, Thomas R. Redman, Larry Redmon, PhD, Erick L. Redmon, Jack Redmond, PhD, Robert F. Redmond, PhD, Bernice E. Redmond, MD, Philip O. Redway, Kent Redwine, PhD, Ronnie G. Reece, Cynthia A. Reece, Thomas Binnington Reed, PhD, Sherman Kennedy Reed, PhD, C. Reed, PhD, Max E. Reed, PhD, Allan Hubert Reed, PhD, Donal J. Reed, PhD, David A. Reed Jr., Roger G. Reed, Jack Reed, Bart J. Reed, Tom Reed, Philip W. Reed, Kenneth R. Reed, Joseph Arthur Reed, MD, Issac R. Reed, Larry D. Reed, MD, John G. Reed, Bruce B. Reeder, Steven Reeder, MD, Harold J. Reedy, Lester R. Reekers, O. W. Reen, PhD, Eber O. Rees, PhD, Norman Van Rees, Richard W. Rees, Michael R. Reesal, PhD, James A. Reese, Joe W. Reese, John L. Reese, Dale O. Reese, Harold G. Reeser, Floyd K. Reeser, Douglas A. Rees-Evans, William O. Reeside, Paul Reesman, Gerhard Reethof, PhD, Harold Frank Reetz, PhD, G. George Reeves, PhD, Roy Franklin Reeves, PhD, Homer Eugene Reeves, PhD, Dale Leslie Reeves, PhD, Terry A. Reeves, Donald Reeves, D. F. Reeves, Dean D. Reeves, MD, Nancy Reeves, Horace A. Reeves, Richard G. Reeves, Chester Q. Reeves, W. R. Reeves Jr., John A. Reffner, PhD, Robert G. Refvem, Gary K. Regan, Frank J. Regan, James A. Reger, M. Loren Regier, Steven A. Regis, David W. Rego, Carl J. Regone, William G. Regotti, Frederick C. Rehberg, David W. Reherman, Larry M. Rehg, Allan Stanley Rehm, PhD, Thomas R. 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Ryan, PhD, Edmond P. Ryan, PhD, Kevin M. Ryan, Daberath Ryan, Michael J. Ryan, Terrell B. Ryan, DVM, James Ryan, Julian G. Ryan, Jeffrey W. Ryan, Michele M. Ryan, Timothy M. Ryan, Casey J. Ryan, C. B. Ryan, William F. Ryan, Willis C. Ryan, Terry W. Ryan, Fredrick J. Ryan, Charles Joseph Ryant Jr., PhD, George E. Ryberg, John A. Rybicki, Robert G. Rydell, Elliott Ryder, PhD, David Frank Ryder, PhD, Paul H. Rydlund, Kathleen Rygiel, Lee Chester Ryker, PhD, Debra J. Rykoff, PhD, Robert R. Ryland, Michael A. Rynearson, Robert P. Rynecki, James M. Rynerson, MD, George M. Rynkiewicz, Lester M. Ryol, PhD, John W. Ryon, PhD, Edwin L. Ryser, Carroll J. Ryskamp, Gregory Ryskin, PhD, Faina Ryvkin, PhD, Peter A. Rzepecki, PhD, Alicja M Kirkien Rzeszotarsk, PhD, M. Kirkien Rzeszotarsk, PhD, Waclaw Janusz Rzeszotarski, PhD Etcetera, etcetera. Global Deniers all.
  19. I think if your side is going to argue against the established scientific community, your going to have to do better than that. The established scientific community is making a lot of money off global warming. How about this, no global heating since 1995. The 800 year lag between rising temps and greater CO concentrations, with temp rising first. The correlations between Sun activity and temp rise. The reality is Anthropomorphic Global Warming is a self reinforcing meme. It is doing a lot of damage. We can wait ten years and see. In ten years the evidence will be obvious one way or another without much effect either way. Ever hear of Bjorn Lomborg: Look, it's very simple. everyone wants to fear this, follow this, trumpet this to the skies. Whenever that happens my bullsh-t detector goes off. And when words like "Denier" are bandied about (like racist, Nazi or fascist), emotional labels with real social stigma, I just know there is a large element of mob fear behind it all. The reality is some of us have lost their trust in God and have woken up to realize mankind's responsibility for itself. And it scares them. The quickest, cheapest safest solution to CO emissions is to bring back nuclear power and reprocessing: http://www.spectrum.ieee.org/feb07/4891 And I don't have a side, other than our's.
  20. Oh, and yes of course, Welcome aboard Slowjoe. Sorry I called you Smoky-joe, i got into typing and lost my mind. You can tell I think Global Warming is a crock of poop. A self reinforcing meme. Doomed to fail, hopefully before it causes too much damage. Another beer please.
  21. I smoked for 35 years, started at 15. Wonderful drug tobacco is. I have been clean for 4 years, I want to be there for my grandkids, even though the men in my family usually live (healthy) past 85 years and smoke. Actually they smoked what they grew, store bought is bad for you. Anyway we all need to quit. Ken, I'm sorry, I wasn't yelling at you, just using someone else's rant about you as a illustration. I agree with you, really. Oh, and smoky-joe or whatever, what about the petition claiming that there is NO evidence of "Anthropomorphic Global Warming" signed by 37,000 Scientists. http://theclimatebet.com/2008/06/04/31072-...rming-petition/ and http://whatthecrap.wordpress.com/2008/05/1...ing-hypothesis/ and http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2018538/posts and http://earlytoday.wordpress.com/2008/05/22...warming-agenda/ and http://objectivistindividualist.blogspot.c...009-global.html and Well you get the point. They must all be deniers. There are two issues. ONE, Is Global Warming Real? TWO, Is it caused by man? If one isn't true, then two is invalid. If one is true, then two does not necessarily follow. Even if one and two are true, that doesn't make it a bad thing. A bad thing would be the return of a Ice Age, which by the way is 1,000 years overdue, on a schedule going back half a million years or more. Which is worse, 5 degrees hotter and Washington DC under water. Or 30 degrees colder and Chicago under a 100 feet of ice. Humm, actually I kinda like the latter. Or maybe both. Who cares, bring on Ragnarok. That's Gotterdammerung for you Anglo-Saxon pinheads.
  22. touched a nerve here? I mean no personal offense; on the other hand, you're getting kind of nasty for what started as a civilized discussion. Really?? How about this: Ken; you're a nice guy, highly skilled at what you do, and mostly wrong on this. In fact, hardly anybody agrees with you, and nobody who actually knows anything about it. What do you mean, personal offense? You started it. Really, grow up. Who made you god of the world? You want something to prove? Prove this. The rate at which CO2 increases temperature is based upon concentration, and we are well past the amount that increases. Don't understand? It's a logarithmic curve, and additional CO2 means almost nothing. Look at our history: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1644060/posts and this (pay attention to the start of the rise): http://gristmill.grist.org/story/2006/11/20/21248/499 Oh, and you expect Global warming to end life as we know it: http://globalwarmfacts.com/html/co2-temp.html Knock it off. Get off your high horse. We all need to talk about this, and you're not helping. I figure since I am a Viking (Andreas'sen) I have a place in Valhalla, so this world serves me.
  23. Well I ride armed, but that's ok. I would never pull it unless someone was actually trying to get me. And yes I ride legally armed. 35 some odd years ago I had a brain dead driver shove me off the left side of the road. No awareness, nothing. He was a teenager like me. I broke his windshield with my 1964 BMW R69S tire pump. I then tried to hit him further. I may have, not sure, 65 mph and slinging a tire pump is distracting. He went into the right side ditch. I-95, just past the Indian Field exit. I'm older now, calmer. Maybe. Pay attention. Or I will. I need to go take a nap.
  24. One; I like Yuri, every thing he has sold me has been right on. but I have done due diligence on each item. Two; I'm in Southern Indiana, Madison IN. I don't have a trailer and am not driving more that an hour. That will get me to Florence, right over the river. Any suggestions? I would love a Dnepr Ural meet. As long as we all understand that Dnepr is the real bike and Ural is the cheap post USSR capitalist running dog copy. ###### you on the running.
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