Cormee: Isn't this a repeat?
KidneyStone: Ugly, no windshield, don't see any cargo areas, no backrest...nope/old guy. Touring bikes for me//and a hopped up Sportster for bar hopping.
Abe Vigoda's Ghost: [www.wired.com image 660x439]I'm thinking that's just a Sybian with wheels and a handle bar.
lmxloco: ...and you'd buy oneNope.
Fish in a Barrel: lmxloco: ...and you'd buy oneNope.
Whiskey Dickens: Man, now I want to buy it just to piss off all of you opinionated old men.
bikerbob59: Fish in a Barrel: lmxloco: ...and you'd buy oneNope.Nope
fluffy2097: That's gonna sell about as well as this.[upload.wikimedia.org image 850x610]
Uncle Tractor: [i560.photobucket.com image 640x480]
Dr Jack Badofsky: No gauges?! Who the hell thinks that's a good idea? How the hell do you tell when the charge is getting low?/Did not RTFA//Would much rather have a Britten
Psylence: Dr Jack Badofsky: No gauges?! Who the hell thinks that's a good idea? How the hell do you tell when the charge is getting low?/Did not RTFA//Would much rather have a BrittenBritten was taken from the motorycling world far too soon.
DjangoStonereaver: For some reason, this quote comes to mind:Ken Thompson has an automobile which he helped design. Unlike most automobiles, it has neither speedometer, nor gas gauge, nor any of the numerous idiot lights which plague the modern driver. Rather, if the driver makes any mistake, a giant "?" lights up in the center of the dashboard. "The experienced driver", he says, "will usually know what's wrong.For those of you who aren't computer types: Ken Thompson was one of the principle designers of theUnix operating system (the model which Linus Torvalds stole from was inspired by when he designedLinux), and Unix is justifiably legendary for the uninformative terseness of its error messages.
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