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A road safety film that doesn't patronize?

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Re: A road safety film that doesn't patronise?

I totally agree. Love it. Oh even the use of the antique V-Twin was great. :)
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Re: A road safety film that doesn't patronise?

Pretty cool film.
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That was good. I'm sure everyone will agree the bike was gorgeous. A modern classic.
That wouldn't go over well in the states....

It actually shows somebody RIDING!
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What left /right thing shock...its you guys have things the wrong way around!

That is a good video
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On a separate note, how about a new poll? I think we're done with the naked bike poll.
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The Republicans aren't for Kerry. They are for Nader.
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Well done

Just watch it in the mirror if the right/left thing is an issue

Used to see lotsa folks riding safely whilst I was living in UK.
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Right I forgot about that :)
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Great film. Please tell me that I wasn't the only one to get a hard on from watching/listening to the 999.

Francis
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You weren't. I have a CD from the English Mag Bike that has nothing but sounds of different bikes on it. Even though the Ducati is an antique (V-Twins are dead in racing) I love to listen to it over and over. My wife says if KPaul ever needs help (not that I every do being the Great Motorcycle Prophet) she will just put on that CD.

KPaul

GMP
Patronize not patronise.

Am I the only one to notice this? Just because we have a moron for president shouldn't mean we all dummy down to brain-dead status.
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Not where I come from. It's not my fault that you don't write english properly on your side of the atlantic!

Damn colonials... pah!
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The bike reminds me of the bird plop at the end.
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I'm sorry to have confused Tony Blair with bush, but heck, Blair has his nose so far up George's arse that you can't tell where George ends and Tony begins.
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Point.
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