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Old 08-24-2008, 03:57 PM   #21
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And how do we know they're not gonna be just like every OTHER Pol and break their campaign promise of "No Taxes, Just Death"? Huh? HUH? HOW do we know?!
Zod is still learning puny Terran ways. Rest assured that my campaign promises to bring Death, not Taxes to squishy Terrans is real.

To further Zod's campaign he spent the weekend chain-sawing down trees in his personal forest in preparation for his take over of the Republican Party convention and ascendency to the Nomination. Zod cared not about the squishy Terrans at the Democratic convention. People who are too foolish to arm themselves in a universe as dangerous and uncertain as this are beneath notice.
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Old 05-20-2009, 10:47 PM   #22
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Check it out! Cycle World - Test: 2008 Aprilia SL 750 Shiver
Turns out the SV650 beats the 105cc larger Ltwin in the quarter. Could have something to do with a wet weight (with empty fuel tank) registering in at 470 lbs. Plus for that 750, it isn't running the same output-per-cc that the SV is. I'm not that impressed. Back in the early 90's, the SV650 would have been the most historical thing to hit motorcycling....72hp from 645cc!! That's just insane!! etc. etc. But now it's quoted to be "old in the tooth" and "a little outdated" set along side these newer and less quick machines that cost thousands more. Sounds like the biased ranting of a rich European Ducatisti. Good grief. The formula still stands. For the cost, can anything trump the SV? I doubt it.
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