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Scooters >> Drugs
Scooters that work, yes. Lambrettas ...
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This sure does!

Been trying of a couple days to post a couple pictures taken about a week ago and having no luck. Not complaining about the site in any way as 99% of the problem is I'm sure mine!!!

Maybe some day MY brain will start working again!

So best I can do is resort to text only, and so far this has taken over ten minutes to get this much typed!!

Basic story is wife and I decided to hit a old fasioned handberger stand may 35 miles from out house that was June 26th. I finally got home July 3 or was in the 4th??

What ever problem was no the result of the GTV!! Wife was riding in front with her CanAm Spyder and I was following on her GTV a few miles be for getting there there was some traffic in the town before the stand. Then wife was in forth place behing a ChevtPick-up when light red. She stopped and left good amount to room behind Chevy and we bothe were almost stopped. When a mom in Mazda van was payin more attition of bratts in Van than traffic! She then ran the van into the GTV and pushed me hard into wife on the Spyder! I was planning to post a pictur of the GTV and Spyder but just typing this much has taken hours.

They tell me I lost consinusness at the scean and was air lifted to hospital in Rochester NY about half hour away on road, good thing is my sister and brother in-law live near the site and somehow arraingments were made to git my wife ti th hospital. Other than one good size broose she still is not sure of other than soure muscells Wife seems to be pretty good.

Spyder is suppose to be at our dealer, worst damage I can see in picture in the lrft saddle bag is few inched low on the top mount and the signal lamp looks broken. The GTV did not fair as well! Front sprash guard has big dents where front lougage rack mounts, front fender is split into. Rear end/fenders/lights has damage from Mazda hit. Plus front end may be turned too far to one side.

Sorry about horable spelling and other errors!!
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After posting I now see I did manage to get double post of the rear of Spyder. If anyone has a way to delete that I would be glad for the help. Any help is appreciated, this took most of the afternoon and I know I missed many typos!
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After posting I now see I did manage to get double post of the rear of Spyder. If anyone has a way to delete that I would be glad for the help. Any help is appreciated, this took most of the afternoon and I know I missed many typos!
Don't worry about it. Glad you survived and hope you're fully recovered soon. Scoot can be repaired or replaced, not you and your wife. Thanks for sharing your experience. Rob
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After posting I now see I did manage to get double post of the rear of Spyder. If anyone has a way to delete that I would be glad for the help. Any help is appreciated, this took most of the afternoon and I know I missed many typos!
Done. And well done for achieving so much!
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I seem to spend an increasingly larger part of my life looking for stuff. Enough that simply misplacing something triggers me....

Another story about losing things to (hopefully) make people laugh.

Working in my garage today my reading glasses fell off, and I carefully picked them up and put them somewhere safe. Fifteen minutes later when I needed them, I absolutely could not remember where that 'safe space' was. After a fruitless search of my garage I went inside to grab a spare pair, then stopped to use the bathroom on the way back to the garage. When I stepped into the bathroom, the mirror presented this sight. I really wish I was making this up.
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This sure does!

....

Maybe some day MY brain will start working again!

...

Sorry about horable spelling and other errors!!
Hope you're recovering well, and glad missus is (mostly) unharmed. I wouldn't give a moments concern about the spelling mistakes, they add an air of authenticity to you post. If we read it phonetically, we can hear the effects of your pain medication.
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Basic story is wife and I decided to hit an old fasioned handberger stand may 35 miles from out house that was June 26th. I finally got home July 3 or was in the 4th??
Awwww man, sorry to hear.
Did you ever get a burger?
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Awwww man, sorry to hear.
Did you ever get a burger?
NO! that is one of the worst parts of the trip, even worse is I didn't get any of the good root beer them sell!
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One more or three trys to post a picture of the GTV:
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I'll try again!
Left front
Left front
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That looks as if you might be lucky, and the front fork isn't bent, and the steering column hasn't been pushed out of position. If that's the case, it'd be easy to get this rideable again, less so to get it to look pretty, and even less so to get it back to 'pristine' condition.
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I'll try again!
OOWw, that hurts just to look at it! Glad you weren't both hurt badly!
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Lshansen,

The worst nightmare with both of you involved. My best wishes for your recovery. With the number of these rear end events posted, I have been concentrating on the rearview mirror when stopped. I also stop back a little and look for a escape path. Saved my bacon last year. Car could not stop, so I flew up parallel to the car stopped in front of me. Sure as heck, the car behind me came to a stop just short of the car in front of me. Wow, I almost crapped my pants. Scared me big time.

Really sorry for your ordeal. Be well.

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As already stated, we can replace scoots, you and your wife are more important.
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With the number of these rear end events posted, I have been concentrating on the rearview mirror when stopped. I also stop back a little and look for a escape path. Saved my bacon last year. Car could not stop.....

Bob Copeland
Yep, always stay off center of the road when riding and especially at stop lights. I had the same thing happen to me about 2 years ago, Bob, and managed to ride up on the sidewalk to the right as the truck that was coming up behind me plowed into the car that was in front of me. Who then hit the car in front of him. Lshansen, I hope both you recover soon, that 's a hell of a thing to happen when going out for a quick bite.
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Yep, always stay off center of the road lane when riding and especially at stop lights. I had the same thing happen to me about 2 years ago, Bob, and managed to ride up on the sidewalk to the right as the truck that was coming up behind me plowed into the car that was in front of me. Who then hit the car in front of him. Lshansen, I hope both you recover soon, that 's a hell of a thing to happen when going out for a quick bite.
FTFY - because the centre of a two-lane road is often the safest place to be, for several reasons.
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My wife's Dad passed yesterday. She has two brothers one older and one younger.

The older brother was living with Dad. We know the older brother and his wife are doing dope. We are thinking meth and heroin/fentanyl. There are three young children, the youngest not yet a year old.

My wife and I called Child Protective services where they live in Carson City. We are of the opinion that the best chance for the parents and the kids is to have them removed from the parents. If family takes the kids they will never stop doping. CPS did not remove the children. It seems like they cleaned up and did just enough to keep the kids from being removed. It won't last.

What really pisses me off is the older brother making the old man's last few years miserable. My father in law was a devout catholic and is hoping family will take the kids but I don't see it happening and don't think it's for the best for the kids or the parents.

The old man was trying to help but I think all he did was enable and by doing so made it worse. My wife's younger brother is fairly well off. He is an attorney and will be handling the paperwork so at least we don't have that headache but the old man did not get his affairs in order before he passed so it is a mess.

Fred was 83 years old. He only found out last December that he had some type of cancer and the family did not find out until just a couple months ago. My wife got to see her Dad on Thursday 4th of July. She said her goodbyes and kissed his forehead.

He at least was not in a lot of pain until right at the end so he did not suffer a prolonged stay in a rest home, he got to die at home. The only really bad part is the older brother making his last few years tough on him.

I need to get a dark suit but don't want to spend a lot of money on something that will be ruined by the fight at the funeral. Thrift store I guess.
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Sorry for your situation. I've found serviceable dress up clothes at our local Goodwill store.

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Sorry for your situation. I've found serviceable dress up clothes at our local Goodwill store.

OFG
Goodwill in the late 80's was our go to for cool looking stuff. I was a skater and dressed straight-edge although I wasn't one. We cut off dress pants and made them shorts. Lots of great socks for cheap there. Dress shirts that you could fashion into whatever you like.

Funny story....my work is slow during the winter and I went to Goodwill and wanted to work for minimum or whatever. They wouldn't hire me because I was caught with weed when I was 17. She said, "This is a Christian establishment". I began telling her that cannabis was a common medicine in Jesus' time, but she was having none of it.
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I was a skater in the late 70's so similar background but a little different time.

I can relate that some people find strange what we might find normal. It is what it is.

It looks like I may be off the hook for the catholic service though, apparently the catholic's in Carson City won't allow a church service without a body and papa Fred is being cremated. We are now supposed to have a memorial service at some later date but it looks like I won't have to be in the same room with my brother in law so that is good.

I can see messing yourself up. I can't see messing up the lives of everybody that ever loved you or did anything for you, being a huge burden to your family, and then bringing three children into this disaster of a life. It's a shame. But then I guess I am describing addiction aren't I.

Even as someone from the wrong side of the tracks though that aint right.
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Why do cruciferous vegetables smell like ass?

Don't get me wrong, I like cruciferous vegetables, and eat a ton of them. Which is why I know that they smell like ass as they cook, especially in the first few minutes of cooking.
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I was a skater in the late 70's so similar background but a little different time.

I can relate that some people find strange what we might find normal. It is what it is.

It looks like I may be off the hook for the catholic service though, apparently the catholic's in Carson City won't allow a church service without a body and papa Fred is being cremated. We are now supposed to have a memorial service at some later date but it looks like I won't have to be in the same room with my brother in law so that is good.

I can see messing yourself up. I can't see messing up the lives of everybody that ever loved you or did anything for you, being a huge burden to your family, and then bringing three children into this disaster of a life. It's a shame. But then I guess I am describing addiction aren't I.

Even as someone from the wrong side of the tracks though that aint right.
I just pop in and out of here and I miss some replies, so forgive me not knowing your situation. A good friend just lost her sister to Alzheimer's. She had to see two sisters of hers that picked the bones clean after their mother died. They were for scraps again. I have a hard time understanding people's motivation, and I also understand that maybe it's not good to understand it. We have enough neurosis unpacking our own brain. My advice is treat yourself good for a day. See how it feels. Don't feel guilty about it. I have not been able to pull that one off in quite some time. If you have any other tidbits to help me understand your situation, feel free to share.
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Another story about losing things to (hopefully) make people laugh.

I really wish I was making this up.
Ugh! Every flippin' day for me.

[sigh]

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So I took the plunge and have gone back to school. The university I'm attending has fully online classes (it also has an actual physical campus with live, in-person classes). They work on a trimester system, where each term of the trimester is eight weeks, with each week being a Module. To help replicate the classroom experience, we have Discussion Board requirements - we have to create one Discussion post per module by the Thursday of that week, and reply to two other students' posts by Sunday of that week. The Modules run Monday-Sunday.

This is all well and good, but their interface sucks donkey nuts.

There is no way to easily navigate back and forth between posts, other than using the browser's Back button, or clicking the link to that week's Module at the top of the page. Either action reloads the page from scratch, forgetting where you had scrolled to. And the navigation is even worse if you're on a mobile device. One would think that a university that has UX and UI courses would make sure that their own website wasn't a pain in the ass to use.

And another thing that is pissing me off about going back to school...

There is no set policy on what writing style format we are to use. Like I said, I'm taking two classes. One instructor is requiring us to use APA, the other is requiring MLA. Luckily I have downloaded Word templates for both formats, so it'll be somewhat simple to deal with, but I shouldn't have to. The school should select one format and stick to it.

Other than that, everything's great.
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Well, yesterday, TBH...

Was home all day, trying to paint part of the laundry room so I could put some things back, wedged behind the furnace for a while....somehow got to look like I'd been painting all week.

In the meantime, had plans to make some pita breads and hummus, so as painting wound down for the day, went after that. Put some olive oil on the griddle, then when transferring it accidentally bumped the dispenser, which of course tumbled to the floor and shattered, leaving a good cup or more of oil amongst the glass shards. Livid emoticon That stuff is a bear to clean up! Anyway, the pita's didn't "pop" but I'd given up on details.

On to the hummus....fortunately didn't cause any immediate problems, but the food processor's bowl apparently was in the process of giving up the ghost, so replacement is in order....

Managed to tip over the recliner before the debacle of a day was over....
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Not your day.

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Not your day.

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Staying in bed seems advisable in hindsight.
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Well shit. Someone nicked the Primavera out of the shed last night.
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Well shit. Someone nicked the Primavera out of the shed last night.
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fuck.

actually, I'll say it again. FUCK.

PS, I hope there was no curry on the hook that they also got
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Well shit. Someone nicked the Primavera out of the shed last night.
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Dude, that sucks!

Any surveillance footage?
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Well shit. Someone nicked the Primavera out of the shed last night.
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Assholes! That's very upsetting. 😡
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The correct answer was D.
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Well shit. Someone nicked the Primavera out of the shed last night.
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That has got to be one of the worst feelings. If you need a posse, I'm sure you can find volunteers here.
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The correct answer was D.
Huh…I wonder if maybe D was supposed to be "all of the above"?
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Huh…I wonder if maybe D was supposed to be "all of the above"?
No.
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The correct answer was D.
Ha! That looks like a typical FAA exam. Same answer and one is wrong, go figure. 🤨

Hope your knee is doing better.
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Ha! That looks like a typical FAA exam. Same answer and one is wrong, go figure. 🤨

Hope your knee is doing better.
It isnt but thank you

Just one more month til surgery. Only took em five!! Government run health care is the bomb diggity.
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It isnt but thank you

Just one more month til surgery. Only took em five!! Government run health care is the bomb diggity.
I here you. Told my buddy he needed a colonoscopy. Bingo, cancer near the exit. Been three months and doctors haven't scheduled surgery yet. My buddy is a nervous Nelly to begin with but he's freaking and already lost 25 lbs. Civilian health care is silly too.
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LX190 Friday afternoon special, [s]Primavera[/s], S50, too many pushbikes
Joined: UTC
Posts: 10343
Location: Hermit Kingdom
 
Veni, Vidi, Posti
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LX190 Friday afternoon special, [s]Primavera[/s], S50, too many pushbikes
Joined: UTC
Posts: 10343
Location: Hermit Kingdom
UTC quote
besupa wrote:
That has got to be one of the worst feelings. If you need a posse, I'm sure you can find volunteers here.
I've had worse feelings this week (recovering from the flu). I'm still sick enough that putting all the pieces together took a while.
jess wrote:
Dude, that sucks!

Any surveillance footage?
Neighbours have cameras that aren't connected.

It's school holidays, likely the local young bikie hoodlums from around the block. My teenagers are scouring tictok etc...

Hopefully they figure out the immobiliser makes it not worth their while and dump it without any significant damage.


It hasn't had much use this year since I commute on an ebike now and have the vintage to play with on the weekend but I did ride it in to work a couple of times last week and man it rides nicely. Crying or Very sad emoticon
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