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post #2 of 11 Old Nov 10th, 2006, 1:57 pm
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And if people keep speeding... do the bottoms also come off???

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My sig line sez 17 countries, that includes (I'm gonna get flamed here) - possibly the most boring biker country in the world -- won't mention it's name, but if we'd seen similar speed traps, could bin much more fun...

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An idea whose time has come. I'm wondering how to pitch this to my city council?

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I'm bringing my digital projector & laptop to the next Village Council Meeting for a vote. (Show n' Tell!)

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Did anyone else notice the caption that was displayed beneath Heidi's name during the interview?

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Nice set of speed bumps.

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They can put one of those signs in my yard.

Well, maybe not such a good idea, I wouldn't get anything except the yard work done.

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Hmmm, can't find a web reference to "spotlight on the world" or RSFS.
Still, it's a very cute story,true or not
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if the bottoms come off at least youll have a place to park your bike.


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