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    Oh... And I think you can trade kids, but not outright sell them in that forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indianadave View Post
    This is funny, I don't care who ya are...

    Would anyone like me to re-post the pics of the stuff? It really is pretty cool. I probably will sell it all.
    you're not the sharpest taco in the bunch, are you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by indianadave View Post
    Oh... And I think you can trade kids, but not outright sell them in that forum.
    ha!

    Quote Originally Posted by indianadave View Post
    This is funny, I don't care who ya are...

    Would anyone like me to re-post the pics of the stuff? It really is pretty cool. I probably will sell it all, including the box, since I don't have room in my garage to display it anyway. I've been thinning out the collections to make room to actually do work in the garage. FWIW, I have a collection (well, two) of pedal cars, some old brass fans, old tools, and some old toys hanging on the wall. So I do collect neat old stuff... I'm not just out to make a buck.

    I've also rescued a bunch of older mountainbikes, and fixed them up for friends and their kids. Even if they're older, they're still better than any department store bike.
    I understand but without a paid ad, I still have to delete it as spam. Cool box for sure. Sorry you can't keep it.

    Yeah, glad you fix them up for friends and kids. Better than department store bikes for sure.

    Maybe show us your other stuff....I don't even know what a pedal car is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollister View Post
    you're not the sharpest taco in the bunch, are you?
    I feel like I just explained that somewhere. Must have gotten deleted.

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    Non-sharp tacos = chalupa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    ha!

    I don't even know what a pedal car is.


    Wait ...

    You're not serious are you ?

    I'm getting old

    Damn ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCMDoc View Post


    Wait ...

    You're not serious are you ?

    I'm getting old

    Damn ...

    Fred Flintstone has one?

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    Are chalupas and chimichangas one and the same?

    They need a Post-Ride Meal forum here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed View Post
    Are chalupas and chimichangas one and the same?

    They need a Post-Ride Meal forum here.
    I know chimis, and KentuckyBob here is no chimichanga

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    I remember when chimis were just fried dough filled with whatever we could find. Now you got your "real meat", guac, rice, cheese...not to mention the frozen crap you find in gas station freezers.

    Things were so much better back then...
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    Quote Originally Posted by indianadave View Post
    If you'd have looked at my history on this site, you'd have seen I'm no troll. I was not looking for free information.
    I mentioned I was going to sell the items I'd found, but was thinking of keeping them because they were too cool. I was going to reserach the parts to figure out what they were, but figured you guys would probably jump in before I'd get the chance.
    Nevertheless, Someone jumped to conclusions and my post got deleted.
    If I was going to sell them, I was going to list them here to give you all first dibs.

    I've learned a lot, and shared a lot on this site. I've done more lurking and drooling in this forum though, since my old 98 Trek wasn't "vintage" enough, and just got ridiculed.
    Maybe I'll stick to the Riding with Family and Kids forum, where everyone is much friendlier.

    What was it that you are/were selling???

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    P.S. You can list stuff for free on Retrobike MTB For Sale Forum | Retrobike

    they also have a US Sellers thread

    for fun & for free

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    Quote Originally Posted by klasse View Post
    What was it that you are/were selling???
    Don't be a tool, K.

    For sure retrobike is super awesome, OP. Great bunch of guys.
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    Maybe the parts inside the cabinet that said Musselman brakes were Musselman coaster brakes?
    Seems like an obvious thing to look into!

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    I understand why beer is usually the post ride drink, but why do we insist on Mexican food for a post ride meal?

    I am guilty of this too but I still don't understand it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollister View Post
    I know chimis, and KentuckyBob here is no chimichanga

    One thing about Mexican food I know for sure - it's a lot better to eat than to look at.
    I may or may not be laughing at you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wv_bob View Post
    One thing about Mexican food I know for sure - it's a lot better to eat than to look at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wv_bob View Post
    One thing about Mexican food I know for sure - it's a lot better to eat than to look at.
    Thanks. I needed a good laugh this morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    I understand why beer is usually the post ride drink, but why do we insist on Mexican food for a post ride meal?

    I am guilty of this too but I still don't understand it.
    Because it would be too dangerous for all if it were a pre-ride meal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCMDoc View Post
    Because it would be too dangerous for all if it were a pre-ride meal?

    Chorizo breakfast burrito is hard to beat!
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    People that don't like Mexican food are what are commonly referred to as wrong
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    I don't know what you guys are talking about, but I'm still stuck on whether 'whomever' was used properly, or if it should have been 'whoever'?

    I think he was trying to say "To him (her in this case) whomever deleted my post", so maybe it's right... I don't know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by prefixie View Post
    I don't know what you guys are talking about, but I'm still stuck on whether 'whomever' was used properly, or if it should have been 'whoever'?

    I think he was trying to say "To him (her in this case) whomever deleted my post", so maybe it's right... I don't know...
    "Who” and “whoever” are subjective pronouns; “whom” and “whomever” are in the objective case.


    Now all we have to figure out is if "whomever" in the post title is the subject, or the object of the sentence. I figure in this case it's safe to say if they cared enough to use "whomever", it must be right, right?
    I may or may not be laughing at you.

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    You guys know that everybody on the Internet is a dude.
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