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    If I left my garage door open like that here in Phoenix Arizona, my wife wouldn't have been able to pull that prank on me... Because it's likely all my bikes and whatever they can get their hands on ... would be gone... I check my garage door every day before going to bed... I also make sure all garage door openers are inside the house... EVERY DAY like a religon...

    You are lucky to live in a place where you can be lazy about keeping your garage door open...
    fat old man ... fueled by Mexican pastries....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyjack View Post
    So, how long will you be keeping your wife locked in the basement?
    hahahahahahahahaha

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    Bird, all that matters in situations like that is that you and your loved ones are ok. Stuff is stuff, but you can't replace people. And hey, new bike shopping time!

    Quote Originally Posted by MtbAZ44 View Post
    You are lucky to live in a place where you can be lazy about keeping your garage door open...
    I live like 5 miles away from Bill Gates. How the **** that happened I have no idea, because I grew up in the hood, am a college dropout and have never had any kind of solid career plan. It probably doesn't hurt that a state trooper lives across the street and has his cop suv parked in front of the house. Better to be lucky than good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MtbAZ44 View Post
    I also make sure all garage door openers are inside the house... EVERY DAY like a religon...
    +1. I even bought me a garageio so it tells me on my phone if I do leave the garage door open by accident.

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    Glad it was just a joke. Losing a new bike would really suck.

    My heart always skips a bit when I go out in the garage first thing in the morning to go riding and find one of the kids has left the garage door open all night. I've got like $12K to 15K worth of bikes in there besides my motorcycle and tools etc. Luckily we live in a small town on a quiet street.... but still. It only takes one dishonest person walking by.

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