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    as usual...

    i don't know what to title this post.....not that it really matters cause this first portion is just me typing words like betong (swedish for concrete), oil cap and then just thinking about what words to type but not actually typing them.....like french burnt peanuts (very delicious)......

    at some point i figure i should just get to the point or reason for this post......but i hate that sort of stress that comes when i feel that someone is expecting me to do something......i then do nothing at all......and that's a very relaxing sort of feeling......

    of course....then i start thinking about food. that's a lie. when i say i'm thinking about food i'm really just thinking about bacon. just bacon. cake is good. but not in the same way bacon is good. although a close second would have to be cake that has a frosting that is so god damned sweet that it turns my teeth soft for a few hours after eating it.....

    a few days ago, while preparing to mail out some pirated DVDs, to people who's names will be listed at the end of this posting, i came across this link......

    a quick look through at both clothing and hair styles and i seemed to understand that maybe these dance bands were the style foundation for both bands like spandau ballet AND motorhead.......

    in closing....
    It’s impossible to rate welding/brazing quality by looking at a finished frame joint, even an unpainted one. Files, sandblasting, and a good paint job can take care of that. Such a joint will look stellar unpainted, but won’t last. Yet people all the time look at frames and say, “Nice welding/brazing…” The point isn’t to make you paranoid, just to stop saying things like, “That’s nice welding/brazing,” when you see a painted/unpainted frame. -- Grant Petersen

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    Is it Just me, or does the guy on the far left look just like Mark? I didn't know you were Sveeedeesh, man.




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    It’s impossible to rate welding/brazing quality by looking at a finished frame joint, even an unpainted one. Files, sandblasting, and a good paint job can take care of that. Such a joint will look stellar unpainted, but won’t last. Yet people all the time look at frames and say, “Nice welding/brazing…” The point isn’t to make you paranoid, just to stop saying things like, “That’s nice welding/brazing,” when you see a painted/unpainted frame. -- Grant Petersen

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    Whew, for a minute there I thought it was 3rd degree burns from the cooch-bong.
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    TangerineDream...it'a good thing you reminded me about the cooch bong cause i still need to upload that to youtube and figure out what to name it so it doesn't get removed 5 seconds after it's up......
    It’s impossible to rate welding/brazing quality by looking at a finished frame joint, even an unpainted one. Files, sandblasting, and a good paint job can take care of that. Such a joint will look stellar unpainted, but won’t last. Yet people all the time look at frames and say, “Nice welding/brazing…” The point isn’t to make you paranoid, just to stop saying things like, “That’s nice welding/brazing,” when you see a painted/unpainted frame. -- Grant Petersen

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    Thanks C,

    The Motorhead vid took me back...


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