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    Quote Originally Posted by fastale
    If it is, then that is one tiny couch back there...
    Could be green screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biohazard74
    Here is my entry for this contest

    http://miami.craigslist.org/brw/bik/1655048011.html
    needs more chins. What exactly does he mean by chins?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaLD
    needs more chins. What exactly does he mean by chins?

    "WILL INAGOSTROBULL RELLY DONT KNOW HOW TO SPELL IT BUT YOU KNOE WHAT I MEAN"

    No, no I really dont know WTF you mean. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by ataylor
    "WILL INAGOSTROBULL RELLY DONT KNOW HOW TO SPELL IT BUT YOU KNOE WHAT I MEAN"

    No, no I really dont know WTF you mean. LOL
    sounds like a broken english trying to say "its negociable" haha
    What mountain bike forum do pirates use? .....



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    Hmmm...

    stolen bike - $1 (osu/columbus)

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    Date: 2010-03-16, 8:51AM EDT
    Reply to: sale-htwjt-1646380982@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

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    Silver/light purple titanium steel frame
    Caliper brakes - the left one was difficult to use, would stick alot.
    Sticker of "HELLO my name is Jennifer" on frame near the seat
    Squishy gel cushion thing on seat
    Simple gears... they were kinda jank (rusty, hard to tell what gear I was in, sometimes they changed long after I'd turned the thing on the handle)
    Only one reflector on one wheel, can't remember which
    Please call at 9377501536 if seen or found

    Stolen 3/15 on W 9th Ave


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cday1616
    stolen bike - $1 (osu/columbus)

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    Date: 2010-03-16, 8:51AM EDT
    Reply to: sale-htwjt-1646380982@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

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    Silver/light purple titanium steel frame
    Caliper brakes - the left one was difficult to use, would stick alot.
    Sticker of "HELLO my name is Jennifer" on frame near the seat
    Squishy gel cushion thing on seat
    Simple gears... they were kinda jank (rusty, hard to tell what gear I was in, sometimes they changed long after I'd turned the thing on the handle)
    Only one reflector on one wheel, can't remember which
    Please call at 9377501536 if seen or found

    Stolen 3/15 on W 9th Ave


    •Location: osu/columbus
    •it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests



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    Am I missing the "WTF!?" on this one?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    stolen bike with a name on it?

    seemed legit to me, but maybe not....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cday1616
    stolen bike with a name on it?

    seemed legit to me, but maybe not....
    maybe I'm not gettin' what yer spittin' but,
    It's reads to me that someone, possibly Jennifer, had their bike stolen and they took an ad out to raise awareness in hopes of it's return.

    The '$1' is commonly used on CL to denote a notice (in this case a stolen bike) or solicitation For example, "Rear Derailleur - $1" could mean that someone is needing that part or "Carpenter - $1" could be someone looking for a job in the employment section.

    It's just basically a means of trying to get someones attention.
    And a commonly used and clever marketing tool.
    Last edited by highdelll; 03-25-2010 at 11:50 AM.
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    good point highdell...you are wise beyond your years....

    as for me, just startin to learn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaLD
    needs more chins. What exactly does he mean by chins?
    If I knew, I would not of posted that link. Lol I posted it because I have absolutely no idea wtf he is trying to say about anything in that ad. maybe he is asking for a heavy set woman? What the hell do I know?
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    gell seat cover

    Sounds like a good deal to me.
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    Funny how anthropomorphic people get in describing machines....
    Took me a day, and finally a look at the pic of the bike:

    From now on when I mention...

    CHIN - I mean chain
    CHIN BACK THINGY- rear derailleur
    2 NEW ARMS- crankset
    THE THING- chainring, and or cogs
    CUP HOLDER- everything else

    Seriously considering going from grandsalmon to INAGOSTROBULL

    (..actually nothing anthropomorphic going on at all, I've worn out....my THINGY, haven't you?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartland
    Sounds like a good deal to me.
    I think the real winner here is the EX-husband

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartland
    Sounds like a good deal to me.
    It would be worth more used....

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    yet another...

    I think this thread is evidence that I spend too much time lurking on cl....

    But I couldn't pass this one up. I think the poster is taking his inspiration from this guy:

    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    Manly Bike for Sale
    Date: 2008-07-22, 10:18AM PDT

    Bike for sale


    What kind of bike? I don't know, I'm not a bike scientist. What I am though is a manly guy looking to sell his bike. This bike is made out of metal and kick ass spokes. The back reflector was taken off, but if you think that deters me from riding at night, you're way wrong. I practiced ninja training in Japan's mount Fuji for 5 years and the first rule they teach about ninja biking is that back reflectors let the enemy know where you are. Not having a rear reflector is like saying "**** YOU CAR, JUST TRY AND FIND ME".


    The bike says Giant on the side because it's referring to my junk, but rest assured even if you have tiny junk that Giant advertisement is going to remain right where it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heartland
    I think this thread is evidence that I spend too much time lurking on cl....

    But I couldn't pass this one up. I think the poster is taking his inspiration from this guy:
    Are those "throwing stars" tin foil!

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    Anyone wanna join a bike gang?

    http://nh.craigslist.org/bik/1658786877.html

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    What could possibly go wrong?

    http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/bik/1674091191.html

    Rail Cycle (Bicycle for riding on Railroad Tracks) - $400 (Pittsburgh Area)


    1984 Rail Cycle bicycle. This is bike that attaches to railroad tracks and allows you to ride along them.
    They are no longer being made, and are a pretty unique item.
    Email me for details.

    No moss...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffw-13
    What could possibly go wrong?
    Actually, those are pretty cool.
    There are tons of old rails across the country that are now defunct.
    Old mining routes, logging passages, just old railways etc. (the railbike system is adjustable to fit different gauges)
    These tracks often pass through territory that is away from most major civilization and where there is not access otherwise.
    Plus rails are gentle in grade and smooth so you can cover alot of miles and see alot of sights that no one else gets to see all that often.

    Of course it is extremely foolish to use these on a live track/railway.





    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Understatement of the year!

    Trek 6000 needs work - $125 (Huntsville)

    The frame is in good condition and has several other good parts. I believe the shock is still in working condition. Please email any questions and include Trek in the title.





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    Thanks for clearing that up!

    Timberline GT Mountain Bike - $125 (West Asheville)

    Date: 2010-04-04, 1:00PM EDT

    Two wheeled human powered vehicle. 21 speed push button transmission. Seat and handlebars for driver to sit and steer. Delivery available.

    Location: West Asheville


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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    Actually, those are pretty cool.
    There are tons of old rails across the country that are now defunct.
    Old mining routes, logging passages, just old railways etc. (the railbike system is adjustable to fit different gauges)
    These tracks often pass through territory that is away from most major civilization and where there is not access otherwise.
    Plus rails are gentle in grade and smooth so you can cover alot of miles and see alot of sights that no one else gets to see all that often.
    I agree, pretty cool and there is literally 100 miles of unused track where I live. But remember, even defunct tracks are on private land and you may find yourself in the slammer. Railroad Co's are very powerful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jnthomps08
    Two wheeled human powered vehicle.
    haha!
    lovin' that description
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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