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Old 02-21-2008, 05:28 AM   #61
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Haha, that's a new one on me.
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Old 02-21-2008, 05:59 AM   #62
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Well, apparently the most important thing is that you PARK it and people are incredulous. And here I thought motorcycles were for riding.

And I have a CLS550 and I'm charming.
... about being charming. He successfully charms thousands of elderly out of their life savings each year. I've even seen him charm the tip back from a barmaid so quickly that it never hits the table. A master!
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Old 02-21-2008, 06:34 AM   #63
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... about being charming. He successfully charms thousands of elderly out of their life savings each year. I've even seen him charm the tip back from a barmaid so quickly that it never hits the table. A master!
Hell, Buz is so smooth the barmaid tips him! His only failing in life is lack of basketball skills. He's been called out by an ex-poster who claims to be able to beat him one-handed.
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Old 02-21-2008, 06:37 AM   #64
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Hell, Buz is so smooth the barmaid tips him! His only failing in life is lack of basketball skills. He's been called out by an ex-poster who claims to be able to beat him one-handed.
He can't bench press very well nor is he very handy with a broom handle.
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Old 02-21-2008, 06:55 AM   #65
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Maybe you were like one of those my t!ts-are-bigger-than-yours that so many gals get into!
Ha! I drove mine! The Mondial had a back seat so I could take my kids when we went out places. I called it my "family car."
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Old 02-21-2008, 06:56 AM   #66
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A fluff piece? The Rob Report is the only magazine so far that has taken the time to visit and interview Christian Travert in an effort to understand the V-REX.

The Rob Report understands that the V-REX is the product of a design genius and an engineering genius passionately working together to create something that is beyond what has ever been produced before. The fact that the bike is in production and can be had for $40k is unfathomable.

I'm 47 and have been a motorcycle enthusiast my whole life. I have never seen or ridden anything like this before. The V-REX is a once in a lifetime occurrence that happened because of a chance meeting on the Internet between two geniuses. It's as simple as that.

You wanna' spare the hyperbole, I just ate. As I said it looks like it would be fun to ride but "a chance meeting of two geniuses" .............

I bet you're from California huh?
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Old 02-21-2008, 07:00 AM   #67
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You wanna' spare the hyperbole, I just ate. As I said it looks like it would be fun to ride but "a chance meeting of two geniuses" .............

I bet you're from California huh?
Maybe they could hook up with a third genius up in Seattle and really get this thing off the ground!
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Old 02-21-2008, 07:11 AM   #68
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Maybe they could hook up with a third genius up in Seattle and really get this thing off the ground!
The Stabucks Homologated Grunge-O-Saurus 5000. Now with full-frame-trapezoidal-double-leaf-hyper-suspension.
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Old 02-21-2008, 07:21 AM   #69
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The Stabucks Homologated Grunge-O-Saurus 5000. Now with full-frame-trapezoidal-double-leaf-hyper-suspension.


That's sooo last Tuesday dude, the Magnetic Levitation Suspension is the latest....for just $ 56k we can set you up with hurkin' big magnets that are polar opposites to the Earths own magnetic field. By increasing the field excitation via a rheostat you can raise or lower the bike for whatever road conditions are anticipated.

you wanna avoid going over train tracks though......
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And be sure to empty all pockets of any loose change. Not recommended for those with metal dental work, joint replacements, or head plates.
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