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Old 09-30-2010, 02:22 PM   #61
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It's risky behavior, as police can easily spot and ticket folks who do this--the wires make tell-tale sparks against the concrete at night. I don't know if it's the same on your coral-shell trails in the Sandwich Isles.
I'm not sure-- I could never lean my head far enough out the window at night to see. I tried sitting on the door frame to get a better angle but my right hand wasn't strong enough to keep the broomstick on the accelerator and I didn't want to take my left hand off the doorframe.

HPD is hell on wheels with speeders and DUIs, as they should be, but otherwise you really have to annoy them to get their attention.


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I think you should ask your mechanic his (her?) opinion on your pants problem:

You must be kidding! He'd want to approach the problem with a wrench and an acetylene torch!

You can't enlighten the unconscious.
But you can hit'em upside the head a few times to make sure they are really out...
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You must be kidding! He'd want to approach the problem with a wrench and an acetylene torch!
Yep, he might say "looks crappy, has a lot of miles on it, better replace something"


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