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Re: It ain't the tool

Well, for every story there's a counter story I guess. I had a girl give me her number when I was driving a van. And once when I was standing in an alley. You never can tell when random passion will strike.
 

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Mmmm, tongue sandwich on rye w mustard. Haven't had one since I was a child. Ahhh memories.
 

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Re: It ain't the tool

A charm huh?

That means, you had to rub and blow on it for luck, and it still didn't do anything..........
 

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But, where will I attach the charger?
 

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2-strokes are coming back to the street? please share!
 

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On Wednesday my 2006 999S dropped 5k in values.. :(
 

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Education ain't free

It's called education, and at $5000, it's quite inexpensive education at that.

If you're worried about the money, here's a tip: don't EVER buy a rapidly depreciating vehicle with earned income. Between the taxes and the interest, you're getting killed. If you buy a vehicle that's already depreciated, it doesn't hit your income statement.

Earned income is for investing. Investment income is for motorcycles.

Capische?
 

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Re: Education ain't free

I've been buying 4-5 year old bikes for a long time. They usually are barely broken in and go for about 30% of new. Despite all the hype bikes don't change enough year by year for the age to matter much.

Never ever buy the first year's production of any new model. Let someone else do the manufacturers' beta testing.
 

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Re: Education ain't free

I try to buy left over new bikes. Usually save a grand or so that way.
 
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