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    Um, we seem to have a shortfall of comprehension here.

    The "knee pads" are knee sliders, used to gauge levels of lean and occasionally, to "save" the bike from a low-side (type of crash).

    And I will be linking a pic

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    Re: American Homeless people

    Quote Originally Posted by LozHinge the Unhinged View Post
    Um, we seem to have a shortfall of comprehension here.

    The "knee pads" are knee sliders, used to gauge levels of lean and occasionally, to "save" the bike from a low-side (type of crash).

    And I will be linking a pic
    Shortfalls in comprehesion are my specialty, I get them explained to me in every thread.

    So do the pads move or something? mini-gyroscopes? Are these segway pants?


    Edit: Oh a link! doing. Motors on your bikes! that's cheating, and they say Americans are lazy. Also, the pads don't seem to be doing anything.


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    Re: American Homeless people

    The pads also double as launchers for mantra magic missiles. Over time, the pads wear down to nothing and require replacement (also when you need to load up more missiles).

    And yes, I am American so I do have a motor on my bike. It is indeed laziness

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    Re: American Homeless people

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevinator View Post
    Shortfalls in comprehesion are my specialty, I get them explained to me in every thread.
    Yet you never improve!
    Quote Originally Posted by LozHinge the Unhinged View Post
    And yes, I am American so I do have a motor on my bike. It is indeed laziness
    Obviously false. Americans don't actually race their 'crotch rockets'; that's a European thang.

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    Re: American Homeless people

    An American who races crotch rockets ... I must ponder this apparent paradox

    "Help us, Kenny Wan Kenobi!"

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    Re: American Homeless people

    Quote Originally Posted by jmervyn View Post
    Obviously false. Americans don't actually race their 'crotch rockets'; that's a European thang.
    It's true! We're too fat to go fast.

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    Re: American Homeless people

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevinator View Post
    It's true! We're too fat to go fast.
    Speak for yourself, chubs! My whole family is cursed with skinny genes.

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    Re: American Homeless people


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    Re: American Homeless people

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    Sad that.

    Of course, it looks like someone watched "Fight Club" too many times...

    Thing is, there's always a simplistic way to view the problem, and then there's the reality.

    Quote Originally Posted by N.J.News
    The story of Hillman, who grew up in New Jersey and served in the Army, turns out now to be far more complicated than the feel-good holiday story of a gift by a generous cop to a down-on-his-luck street person.

    City officials said Hillman is not homeless and has an apartment paid for through federal housing vouchers. He receives veterans and disability payments. Yet he continues to live on the streets, they said, and has a history of turning away help.

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