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2006 Honda Goldwing

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I saw your article with the airbag on the Goldwing. Looks ridiculous to me. Maybe the industry or whoever thinks a cycle needs a airbag should try a suit. This way when the rider hits the ground his suit will inflate and the rider can go bouncing down the road like the Michelon Tire man.
 

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Like R. Crumbs "Inflatobus" in Zap No.1 "Rain, let's go home and think about fried chicken..."
 

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R.Crumb is a God, I've had a Mr. Natural tat on my arm since I was 17....

Actually the guys a whack, there was a show about him on IFC a few years ago, the whole family is coo coo for frikken' coco puffs. Hell of an artist though, he totally defined an era
 

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Yep, since all I can do anymore is read and watch the tube, I unearthed all my original ZAP comix, Mr. Natural, The Snoid, XYZ, Big A$$ Comiz, etc. I stole my Uncle's Zap no.1 when I was about 12, that comic book, MXA & Dirt Bike Magazine (Super Hunky) changed my life.

Still have the Zap, and most of the old DB mags. Right now I'm going outside to smoke a doob. Self medication is awright!

Next Thursday, I'm going to see if I can pilot a Chang Jiang sidecar rig (they have a hand shift on the right side). Danger is my business....
 

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Next Thursday, I'm going to see if I can pilot a Chang Jiang sidecar rig (they have a hand shift on the right side). Danger is my business....
I've moved and lost my ass too many times to have anything like that left except some old Triumph and Harley factory service manuals that are pure gold.

Well, you already crossed the Rubicon, may as well give the Chang Jiang a wizz. Ya' know there was a guy 'round here back in the day with no legs had a HD 45 servicar, he used to keep his chair in the back. He'd pull up, spin around and yank his chair out, slide in and party on........come to think of it I guess that might not work for you. His spine was intact so he could swivel his hips around, he just left his legs in Viet nam
 
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