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Old 08-25-2008, 03:37 PM   #1
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Old 08-25-2008, 03:54 PM   #2
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Why is it every time I see the "QLINK" brand, I think it's something that should be associated with Kosher Sausages?
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Old 08-25-2008, 05:00 PM   #3
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Why is it every time I see the "QLINK" brand, I think it's something that should be associated with Kosher Sausages?
I'm glad I'm not the only one that thinks it sounds like a deli product.
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Old 08-25-2008, 05:04 PM   #4
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QLINK Commuter 250; Offering the Finest in 1982 Scooter Design
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Old 08-25-2008, 05:18 PM   #5
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Default This is really a large urban area thing isn't it?

A Steve Guzman production. I've been threatening something like this. Something to zip around town, go get the grocerys ect... I don't think they sell stuff like that around here though[That's my excuse and I'm sticking with it. Add to list of things that aren't really going to get purchased]. There's a Kymco dealer and a Suzuki dealer in the next "city" over. I don't think I've seen a scooter at the Kymco place in a year. I don't go to the Suzuki place cause I'm not allowed to drool on the 'Stroms anymore and FJRs aren't stocked, or available to drool over anymore.

QLINK = Kosher deli? Man you guys are weird.
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Old 08-25-2008, 08:39 PM   #6
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Every time I think about these scooters, and apparently Qlink is offering a Chinese scoot of fairly decent quality, I just think of the 80 year old Chinese women who were sent to the concentration camp this week for complaining to the police about not being compensated for their land that was confiscated to build Olympic venues. I know that any action I take is pointless and that Chinese products are everywhere, but even though it's almost meaningless I'm still going to avoid Chinese products every time I have a choice. F*** China and F*** the Olympics.

People can go on and explain how wrong I am and how it doesn't matter and they may be right. I don't care. Oh yeah. No 7-11 Citgo gas either. F*** that Chavez lunatic.
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Old 08-26-2008, 04:25 AM   #7
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Every time I think about these scooters, and apparently Qlink is offering a Chinese scoot of fairly decent quality, I just think of the 80 year old Chinese women who were sent to the concentration camp this week for complaining to the police about not being compensated for their land that was confiscated to build Olympic venues. I know that any action I take is pointless and that Chinese products are everywhere, but even though it's almost meaningless I'm still going to avoid Chinese products every time I have a choice. F*** China and F*** the Olympics.

People can go on and explain how wrong I am and how it doesn't matter and they may be right. I don't care. Oh yeah. No 7-11 Citgo gas either. F*** that Chavez lunatic.
I read a few articles about the China Olympics situation and there was post after post going on about how great china is and how biased the reporting is.

The fact is that the Olympics were built on slave labor.
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Not sure if I read your coordinates right. Looks like you're somewhere near Kyrgyzstan (43.47,76.4, and you're definitely not going to find a good scooter out that way. A good horse and cart? Maybe.

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A Steve Guzman production. I've been threatening something like this. Something to zip around town, go get the grocerys ect... I don't think they sell stuff like that around here though[That's my excuse and I'm sticking with it. Add to list of things that aren't really going to get purchased]. There's a Kymco dealer and a Suzuki dealer in the next "city" over. I don't think I've seen a scooter at the Kymco place in a year. I don't go to the Suzuki place cause I'm not allowed to drool on the 'Stroms anymore and FJRs aren't stocked, or available to drool over anymore.

QLINK = Kosher deli? Man you guys are weird.
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Old 08-26-2008, 04:37 PM   #9
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lat then long all are positive values. "Kyrgyzstan"? bite your tongue
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