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    The TNT fuss - it could be worse

    For those who have been concerned about the changes to Turner's suspension design I say relax. At least you aren't riding one of these around .
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    Is that a folding bike? Dig the name & graphics!

    ..."TNT" does sound better though...
    ...every day sends future to past...

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    LOL, excellent.

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    On par with drinking one of these!

    http://www.usbeerstuff.com/microl/pa/wa.htm

    Potentially lost in translation!

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    Praise the lord, at least it's not the Old Spazzo. That's the endearing nickname we bestowed on my cat just before we had to put her down. We don't really have any functioning drapery in the house anymore, but that's a long story.

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    HA! Duncan, you in korea (korean lettering on the warning sticker)? gotta love the english wording foreign companies use: one of the new korean guys in my program wore this shirt that said "nice and sleazy". He didn't know what sleazy meant. I dunno if i was able to directly translate, but i think he got the point. I haven't seen him wear it since
    Where are u in korea? i was there end of May visiting my extended family.. first time there in 8 years (and over the legal drinking age).. night life is crazy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by unfluid one
    gotta love the english wording foreign companies use: one of the new korean guys in my program wore this shirt that said "nice and sleazy". He didn't know what sleazy meant. I dunno if i was able to directly translate, but i think he got the point. I haven't seen him wear it since
    That reminds me of these shirts:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan
    At least you aren't riding one of these around .
    Rigid fork, eh? Kind of make you wonder what the Old Spazzo looked like.


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    i swear. you guys crack me up! im diein over here! weeeeeeeeeeeeee!
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    engrish

    this reminds me: www.engrish.com



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    are you givin me crap again mk? just cuz i type like a hick doesnt mean i AM a hick. think of all the "g's" i save!
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    Quote Originally Posted by unfluid one
    HA! Duncan, you in korea (korean lettering on the warning sticker)? gotta love the english wording foreign companies use: one of the new korean guys in my program wore this shirt that said "nice and sleazy". He didn't know what sleazy meant. I dunno if i was able to directly translate, but i think he got the point. I haven't seen him wear it since
    Where are u in korea? i was there end of May visiting my extended family.. first time there in 8 years (and over the legal drinking age).. night life is crazy!
    There are certainly some interesting sights over here - looks of cool and quirky stuff. I'm in Seoul at the moment but thinking of picking up another university job out in the countryside next year. Mountain biking around Seoul is great. Keep in touch in case you ever come over here and need to borrow a bike or find places to ride.
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    I love the tee shits Engrish.com sells....!

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