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Old 10-22-2008, 02:53 PM   #1
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Old 10-22-2008, 03:30 PM   #2
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if they'd make this thing is a textile jacket I'd get one for my 10 yr old. She rides between 20-100 miles a week with me now. Sure look cool.
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Old 10-23-2008, 08:12 AM   #3
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if they'd make this thing is a textile jacket I'd get one for my 10 yr old. She rides between 20-100 miles a week with me now. Sure look cool.
I sweat it every time the kid rides along. I pick and choose when and where, but you never know... Maybe this is an option.

Oops: 85lbs or less; he's bigger than that!
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if they'd make this thing is a textile jacket I'd get one for my 10 yr old. She rides between 20-100 miles a week with me now. Sure look cool.
Textile?! TEXTILE?! Have you not heard Sachi's lecture on the evils of textile jackets!!!!

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Where is Sachi? I haven't seen a post from her in a while...
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Old 10-23-2008, 08:36 AM   #6
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She is taking a break for a while and revising her moderation rules to be much tougher in the future for anyone that dares to speak the truth.
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Old 10-23-2008, 08:38 AM   #7
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Can we skip that class if we want?
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She is taking a break for a while and revising her moderation rules to be much tougher in the future for anyone that dares to speak the truth.
I thought she'd joined Obama's new Corps of "Observers" at the polls. You know. The ones who challenge overseas military ballots and such. They started during Algore's run and worked hard in Florida. They've only expanded since then.
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I sweat it every time the kid rides along. I pick and choose when and where, but you never know... Maybe this is an option.

Oops: 85lbs or less; he's bigger than that!
I figure that Katelynn won't hit 85 pounds for at least 4 yrs. I know I should ride her around as much as I do, but a lack of 4 wheels kinda limits my choices right now. Funny thing is she seems fine with it. Even when it's chilly. She's a good trooper.
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It's an interesting concept and a good look. If they made it in adult sizes I think it would be quite successfully as it does not seem to be too intrusive.

Once the gas releases from the gas release valves is there any additional prep needed to set it up for a re-use?
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