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I can't help but noticing you appear to be using this website as a springboard for your website, I'm sorry but it's just not on old boy, not cricket you see.......
 

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I notice Erasmus' Avatatar-man to be wearing a Mind Control Helmet.

I predict brisk sales of Aluminium Foil Futures.........
I fear he may be nothing but a dupe for the notorious Count Al B. Sickalloverya.....!
 

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Kind Sir, I'm sorry, chronic inhalation of Aviation grade fuel at an early age has addled my former ship mates brain...... less gunpowder in the starter is the obvious solution as the intent is to merely spin the motor, not launch it into flight sans the rest of the bike.

As a Disabled Veteran we make alowances for our Comrade in Arms as any right-thinking organization would. I trust Sir that you will also extend your indulgence, perhaps humoring him in his endeavors........
 

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By all means Sir, do continue.. your knowledge in these matters is beyond dispute.. (wink wink nudge nudge) more gunpowder it is!!

I'll just wait over here behind this rather formidable stone ediface while you give her a test fire shall I?......
 

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Appearantly he's b*ggered off with the loot like the rest of them.......
 

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An integrated vapor release may not be such a ludicrous idea after all. Not to exploit my tradesman background but I have on many occasions worn the heavy duty OD green military issue coveralls, or "Mean Greens" as they were called.... In point of fact it's safe to say I fairly lived in them for a number of months at a time while Defending the Frontier of Freedom and Keeping the World Safe for Democracy aboard US Naval vessels

Owing to their weight and thickness they could be somewhat uncomfortable in the hot confines of a shipboard engineering space so we naturally being fit young men, in hotter climates wore little if anything underneath them. Given the somewhat pedestrian nature of shipboard cooking flatulence was often an issue and it was indeed dissagreable to break wind in your coveralls and have the vapors waft out around your neck, having nowhere else to vent.

Often times due to the thickness of the material the "gas pocket" would remain entrapped therein for an astonishingly long time, to the point that a fellow would have forgotten all about his little time-bomb until he took a break and upon sitting down with cigarette and coffee in hand was treated to a rather pungent reminder, owing to the bellows effect of the maneuver upon the garment.

Thus an Integrated Vapor Release Saddle would be a jolly good idea from both a health standpoint and simple common decency as the vapors take on a certain staleness over time.
 

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I believe adequate ventilation and a canteen menu not so dependent on cabbage, brussel sprouts and corned beef would alieviate the worst cases of inadvertant spontaneous combustion....

We of course offer dear Titus our sympathies on his unfortunate anal immolation, we trust with time and care he'll be able to make the nesseccary adjustments to continue living a productive life.....
 

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Coogans Bluff while generally a stinker does have an excellent chase scene involving two Bonnies around NYC's central park. There's always ElectraGlide in Blue as well staring Robert Blake as a Motor Officer who wants to become a detective, excellent footage of flatside Shovelheads beating about the bush in Police livery...

Mad Max is always entertaining as the baddies blast around on natty looking mid 70's UJM Cafe` Racers...
 
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