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post #231 of 240 Old 09-03-10, 15:22
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Probably from What About Bob.
Dipsticks. That's from "Stripes"



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post #232 of 240 Old 09-03-10, 20:45
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Stripes. Released 1981. That explains a lot.



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Stripes. Released 1981. That explains a lot.



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Still a great movie. Bill Murray is hilarious.
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Still a great movie. Bill Murray is hilarious.

No argument there. But I suspect 1981 pre-dates the birth of some of the posters on this thread, hence the lack of familiarity.



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No argument there. But I suspect 1981 pre-dates the birth of some of the posters on this thread, hence the lack of familiarity.



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Imagine if they had to deal with kick starting. Oh, the horror.



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Imagine if they had to deal with kick starting. Oh, the horror.
Predates me. Lol

What's so bad about kick starting?
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Predates me, but still love the movie.

Scott, do you remember when we had to hand crank cars too?
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Imagine if they had to deal with kick starting. Oh, the horror.
Having grown up racing dirt bikes, I'd convinced myself that I missed kick starting. I used to be pretty good at it - even on a Yam TT600 with a Wiseco hi-comp piston.

Then I bought my KTM380EXC. I no longer miss kick starting. It's satisfying when you get it right, but when you're stalled on a snotty hill and so tired you can hardly breathe, you really wish you had that handy little button on the right handlebar...


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Predates me. Lol

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Nothing wrong with kick starting.

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Predates me, but still love the movie.

Scott, do you remember when we had to hand crank cars too?
I'm not quite that old. But I do remember kicking an old Norton Commando 850 back in the day. Fuggin thing sprained my ankle and spit me over the handle bars.



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Address piano movers near me company G&J Moving. / I've just noticed increased e-thugedness on the forum lately. Making an observation. Where it goes from there, IDK, but I'd thought I'd share, I've noticed an increased amount of e-thugedness...





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