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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    Sorry, my life only matters when people who think they have a life lose their mind ranting at fictional personas on the interwebs.
    Good one buddy. You're right, I don't have a life. You seem to be a hotshot around here with some of your posts, arrogance is not a good attribute to have throughout life.

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    What is the specialized bike you talked about above? I thought the recent lot of parts were going to a friend's bike. The way you post was written it sounds like you have two bikes.
    I ride a '03 Specialized Hardrock. I have pictures of it here in this thread. All of the parts that were donatoed are hung on this frame except one tire, I ga\ve that to a friend that needed it.

    Kona I'm with you on the gusset debate. I once weighed my bike with all the gussets. And then removed all the gussets and weighed it again. The weight penalty for gussets was huge. So when I put the frame back together I left the gussets off. My frame is now as light as a feather but a bit flexy.
    Thanks for the laugh DJ. Compared to my last bike this one is overbuilt, but I see what you are saying.

    Target of opportunity. If you don't present yourself as a target there is no opportunity, you know what I mean?
    Got it, thank you. Still, people do not have to be so mean.

    You are a leach on society and I have no issues pointing this out after reading you posts on this site along with the other sites you cry on. As far as you other guys who like Kona's ridiculous posts, get a life.
    Whatever. I actually pity you. You must be going through a rough patch in life right now. You never bothered to get to know me before you judge me. You just base you thoughts on everything you read on the internet. Because everything on the internet is true right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    I ride a '03 Specialized Hardrock. I have pictures of it herein this thread. All of the parts that were donatoed are hung on this frame except one tire, I ga\ve that to a friend that needed it.



    Thanks for the laugh DJ. Compared to my last bike this one is overbuilt, but I see what you are saying.



    Got it, thank you. Still, people do not have to be so mean.



    Whatever. I actually pity you. You must be going through a rough patch in life right now. You never bothered to get to know me before you judge me. You just base you thoughts on everything you read on the internet. Because everything on the internet is true right?

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    Kona, did you forget about the negative rep you left me first? That was my response to it, b*tch tits.

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    I left you the negative rep because of the remarks you made towards me, and you deserved it. I don't give negative rep often. Thought you said you were never gonna talk to me again? Perhaps I should edit my ignore list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    I ride a '03 Specialized Hardrock. I have pictures of it here in this thread. All of the parts that were donatoed are hung on this frame except one tire, I ga\ve that to a friend that needed it.



    Thanks for the laugh DJ. Compared to my last bike this one is overbuilt, but I see what you are saying.



    Got it, thank you. Still, people do not have to be so mean.



    Whatever. I actually pity you. You must be going through a rough patch in life right now. You never bothered to get to know me before you judge me. You just base you thoughts on everything you read on the internet. Because everything on the internet is true right?

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    And the cycle perpetuates itself. I think I'm beginning to see a trend. Good luck with your fight to get fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiretracks View Post
    And the cycle perpetuates itself. I think I'm beginning to see a trend. Good luck with your fight to get fit.
    Yeah, its unrelentingly consistent.
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    I don't understand. What cycle are you talking about?

    I'm out to ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    I was talking about the top tube hurting me in that place that hurts when I straddle the bike, like when I am at a stop and off the saddle. The saddle itself is fine, no complaints there. The bike is geared differently, I've always had a 21 or 24 speed bike, I've rarely had a 27 speed bike. It climbs really well, has many gear combos to choose from.
    Dont worry about the top tube touching your balls when your stationary, imo it doesnt matter, when was the last time you stacked and took out your package on the top tube? ive never done it, its not like your pulling DJ tricks are you?
    Just ride and enjoy bro, everybodies feet should only just be touching the ground if they are on their saddle and its the correct height, the bike looks fine, make the best of it until one day you might come accross another frame, but the bike looks a sweet size for you imo, its better having a size to big than a size to small imo, cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    I was talking about the top tube hurting me in that place that hurts when I straddle the bike, like when I am at a stop and off the saddle. The saddle itself is fine, no complaints there. The bike is geared differently, I've always had a 21 or 24 speed bike, I've rarely had a 27 speed bike. It climbs really well, has many gear combos to choose from.
    Suck it up and deal with the lack of standover height. For those of us who're short it's a luxury that we often don't have...so no sympathy. Adapt to the bike and ride it till you can manage to wrangle a smaller frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Shumway View Post
    Good one buddy. You're right, I don't have a life. You seem to be a hotshot around here with some of your posts, arrogance is not a good attribute to have throughout life.
    Gordon, it's just having a bit of fun with the online medium. Didn't intend for it to be personal. People are often very different in real life than their online personas. Real life has humbled me time and again. And will keep doing so. Then I will die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    Gordon, it's just having a bit of fun with the online medium. Didn't intend for it to be personal. People are often very different in real life than their online personas. Real life has humbled me time and again. And will keep doing so. Then I will die.
    Fair enough and sorry for lashing out. I totally agree about real life versus online. I have met people on here in real life that will be friends of mine going forward and what happens here stays here. Again, I apologize for attacking you and realize it was immature in hind site.

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    Gordon - I would like to apologize for my behavior towards you. It was not right, nor appropriate. No hard feelings.
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    Well I just got back from a ride. I'm beat.

    Today's tunes: ABIII by Alter Bridge, Load by Metallica

    I got in 6.1 miles. It felt effortless mostly because I listened to music this time around. I don't normally take music with me.

    If you are curious why I am squinting, suffice it to say it was bright out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    Dont worry about the top tube touching your balls when your stationary, imo it doesnt matter, when was the last time you stacked and took out your package on the top tube? ive never done it, its not like your pulling DJ tricks are you?
    Just ride and enjoy bro, everybodies feet should only just be touching the ground if they are on their saddle and its the correct height, the bike looks fine, make the best of it until one day you might come accross another frame, but the bike looks a sweet size for you imo, its better having a size to big than a size to small imo, cheers
    I can't recall reading a post on here that was about ball touching, but so full of bike wisdom as well.

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    I was referring to that when I said the top tube pinches me in that sensitive place a few posts ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbmb65 View Post
    He's also a complete moran.
    Don't know about Kona, but you really should spell check when accusing others of being moronic.

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    Yep, I know the feeling. Two of my bikes would be considered too tall for me. I have ridden too small and too large frames quite a bit, and unless the terrain is challenging to me, I tend to prefer the larger frames. It no longer matters what your TT clearance is if you can clean everything...

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    Yeah, I have no issues while out on the trail. No worries!!
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    good job kona keep us updated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Shumway View Post
    Fair enough and sorry for lashing out. I totally agree about real life versus online. I have met people on here in real life that will be friends of mine going forward and what happens here stays here. Again, I apologize for attacking you and realize it was immature in hind site.
    No problem, Gordon. We all have posts we wish we could take back. I have many.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    I was referring to that when I said the top tube pinches me in that sensitive place a few posts ago.
    So the top tube pinched you behind your ear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    Well I just got back from a ride. I'm beat.

    Today's tunes: ABIII by Alter Bridge, Load by Metallica

    I got in 6.1 miles. It felt effortless mostly because I listened to music this time around. I don't normally take music with me.

    If you are curious why I am squinting, suffice it to say it was bright out.
    Great.
    I hope a lot of your questions / concerns were answered along this thread. It seems like you can move beyond that and focus on getting out and putting down some miles (like you noted in your post).

    I like the odo to see what I've done and equate it to how strong or weak I'm feeling but I'm also thinking of days I've went out even though I wasn't feeling strong and didn't bother to see a wimpy mileage count b/c the important thing was Just Getting Out, be it 1.85 miles or 3.25.
    Sometimes the slight headache or blues feeling gets fixed by some moderate exercise.... at least in my case. Yet the first thought was scrapping the ride plan.
    Just keep on and the more you do and post about it, the more positive this thread gets as you keep yourself accountable. Win Win

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    Quote Originally Posted by bachman1961 View Post
    Sometimes the slight headache or blues feeling gets fixed by some moderate exercise.... at least in my case. Yet the first thought was scrapping the ride plan.
    Yup. There have been very few days that I've regretted riding, but there have been many days that I've regretted not riding.
    Sometimes, I question the value of my content.

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    Don't get locked into riding the same loop or route every day, mix it up, go ride up a hill, see some new trail or pavement. Keep it fresh as to not get bored. Increase you mileage in small increments, 10% per week is plenty.

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    One size too big?

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    Don't know about Kona, but you really should spell check when accusing others of being moronic.
    Jeebus man, really?

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    Hey, if you can show me an instance where it's accepted as correct that way I'll rescind my statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    Starting out? I've been riding a mountain bike for many years now.
    then, you should know about frame size and fit, right?

    (posting since 2004)
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    Yeah, I do. I only realized after I traded my GT I-Drive frame for this frame when I got it home that it was a 19". It rides just fine, so no worries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whodaphuck View Post
    Hey, if you can show me an instance where it's accepted as correct that way I'll rescind my statement.
    It is an internet sarcastic insult generally taken from pics like this and is used in many of forums.


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    Getting out to ride more often and beating diabetes may be a moot point now. Last few weeks my vision has been getting more and more blurry to the point that it gets hard to read big print or focus in on details. Thanks to my diabetes i am losing my sight. Don't know if I can stop it. I know my health care does not cover eye problems. I am scared.
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    Whoa, are you serious? So how long have you had this issue? Kinda surprised you haven't mentioned it until now. What does your doctor have to say about this? Are you sure its the diabetes or could it just be regular eye issues? Obviously hope it's the latter. Just go in and see what the doc says, and don't hesitate - do it ASAP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    Getting out to ride more often and beating diabetes may be a moot point now. Last few weeks my vision has been getting more and more blurry to the point that it gets hard to read big print or focus in on details. Thanks to my diabetes i am losing my sight. Don't know if I can stop it. I know my health care does not cover eye problems. I am scared.



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    It's been going on for the last few weeks, getting worse these last few days. I will talk to my diabetes Doctor on Tuesday.
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    OK, good. Definitely stay on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Shumway View Post
    Good one buddy. You're right, I don't have a life. You seem to be a hotshot around here with some of your posts, arrogance is not a good attribute to have throughout life.
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    Gordon, it's just having a bit of fun with the online medium. Didn't intend for it to be personal. People are often very different in real life than their online personas. Real life has humbled me time and again. And will keep doing so. Then I will die.
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    Fair enough and sorry for lashing out. I totally agree about real life versus online. I have met people on here in real life that will be friends of mine going forward and what happens here stays here. Again, I apologize for attacking you and realize it was immature in hind site.
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    It's like a dang Full House episode up in here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whodaphuck View Post
    Hey, if you can show me an instance where it's accepted as correct that way I'll rescind my statement.

    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgw2jr View Post
    It's like a dang Full House episode up in here!

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    Here's a good reminder for me to review some of the benefits of riding and I'll post the link for kona and anybody else.
    Not sayin' others need this as a motivator b/c you can also use it as 30 reasons to get some friends or family out riding or taking up bicycling.

    If I think of it as 30 reasons to ride, it'll be tough to argue back when I come up with one or two reasons not to.

    30 reasons to take up cycling - BikeRadar

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    Got in 7.3 miles this morning. Vision seems to be OK, not very blurry today.
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    Good to hear. It seems like you've been getting out on the bike fairly often lately so good on you for that. I'd keep that doctor's appointment though, this is serious stuff.
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    have you been checking your BS? If it's high for a long time, and you get it under control, sometimes it takes time for them to re-adjust. Keep your sugars down consistently and you should be OK. Long term, you need to get your eyes checked and see how much damage has been done.
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    I check my BS levels 4 to 8 times a day. My monthly average this month has been 155. Still to high, but manageable.
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    One size too big?

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    I check my BS levels 4 to 8 times a day. My monthly average this month has been 155. Still to high, but manageable.
    Why are you measuring your ******** levels? I'm glad you do, btw.

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    BS = Blood Sugar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    BS = Blood Sugar
    GOB knows this, she was making a joke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    Here is a photo I just took.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    BS = Blood Sugar
    Kona you have been on here long enough it is time for you to get a sense of humour and stop taking things so seriously.
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    One size too big?

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    GOB knows this, she was making a joke.
    A shred of truth makes for a better joke. That is perhaps why I laughed out loud when I read hers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    A shred of truth makes for a better joke. That is perhaps why I laughed out loud when I read hers.
    Lol, I laughed as well - great comedic timing on her part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kona0197
    Getting out to ride more often and beating diabetes may be a moot point now. Last few weeks my vision has been getting more and more blurry to the point that it gets hard to read big print or focus in on details. Thanks to my diabetes i am losing my sight. Don't know if I can stop it. I know my health care does not cover eye problems. I am scared.
    Quote Originally Posted by kona0197
    I check my BS levels 4 to 8 times a day. My monthly average this month has been 155. Still to high, but manageable.
    Do yourself a favor and do some research on your health problems instead of getting beat up on MTBR. YOU have to be the one that becomes an expert on what the signs and symptoms of your disease are, what causes them, and how to prevent them.

    It takes a long time of very high blood sugar to affect your vision. 155 isn't that high. I'm talking blood sugar of 300+. Most diabetics that have consistently high blood sugars have toes, feet and legs lopped off long before their vision goes.

    Quit whining; ride your bike, take the stairs instead of the elevator, park at the far end of the grocery store parking lot instead of circling it 5 times looking for a close spot.

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