Just got clapped...



Volnix

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for posting this rifle over a fat *****'s head..

She's fat.. She a bad person.. Good rifle. Where the problem yo?

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Froze

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You probably need to be clapped again since it's extremely demeaning to do that over anyone's head including even Kim Loon Yuck, but especially over a woman just because you don't like her body type, which would be similar to you not liking someone's skin color, which means you're prejudice.
 
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Volnix

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It was this anonymous application in which I managed to become disliked and cyber bullied and **** by a

1. A transgender something.

2. A very obese mom of two posting her tits drunk. (which has various boyfriends and a husband). I actually liked this one but she got mad at me because I didnt like her sexually.

3. An Australian wannabe bdsm wannabe posting drama about how terrible her child hood was because of her dad had porno or something? Also kinda chubby. Kinda kray, lives in a teddy bear themed room, like a ****ed up childhood thing because she thinks she suffers for regression (only one who suffered was me watching her post spider gag pictures).

Ok, I had a nice time here... Thus the 3000 post of which I managed to make so I wanted to ask.. Are these people for real in the states? Are there lots of them or did I manage to step in their official application?

Oh and I didnt post it over her head as in edited it or anything Isis-esque like that.. I just made a reply to her post with a picture of it.. Like in a "Stop f"ckin up my posts I'll kill ya" kinda thing.. :D

Hey Froze, how are you btw?
 

Froze

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I'm fine actually thanks for asking, been riding as much as possible, busy with running a business that when up and going strong in about 7 years will be my retirement thing, and I work "part time" at another job waiting for SS benes to start when I reach 70 in 7 years (i have to wait till 70 to collect because even my business is producing too much income to get the benes when I'm 65, which was part of my plan anyways).

I went on my longest ride since leaving California 14 years ago two weeks ago; did a ride from South Haven state park in Michigan to Kalamazoo MI and back on the Kal Haven trail which was about 90 miles on a mostly rails to trail route.

What's been going on with you Volnix besides the cyber bullying stuff?
 

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I'm fine actually thanks for asking, been riding as much as possible, busy with running a business that when up and going strong in about 7 years will be my retirement thing, and I work "part time" at another job waiting for SS benes to start when I reach 70 in 7 years (i have to wait till 70 to collect because even my business is producing too much income to get the benes when I'm 65, which was part of my plan anyways).

I went on my longest ride since leaving California 14 years ago two weeks ago; did a ride from South Haven state park in Michigan to Kalamazoo MI and back on the Kal Haven trail which was about 90 miles on a mostly rails to trail route.

What's been going on with you Volnix besides the cyber bullying stuff?


You can get full benefits at 66 and make any amount without penalty.
 

jhuskey

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up to what age? or is that limitless? The government has to get us one way or another![/QUOTE

Until you die or your income drops below $85,000 a year and I believe it's something like $177,000 per couple.
 

Volnix

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I'm fine actually thanks for asking, been riding as much as possible, busy with running a business that when up and going strong in about 7 years will be my retirement thing, and I work "part time" at another job waiting for SS benes to start when I reach 70 in 7 years (i have to wait till 70 to collect because even my business is producing too much income to get the benes when I'm 65, which was part of my plan anyways).

I went on my longest ride since leaving California 14 years ago two weeks ago; did a ride from South Haven state park in Michigan to Kalamazoo MI and back on the Kal Haven trail which was about 90 miles on a mostly rails to trail route.

What's been going on with you Volnix besides the cyber bullying stuff?


I'm fine.. I only ride for commuting lately.. that double flat ride on my other post was one of the few ride-rides I made lately..

Btw, if you are still reading about tires check Spesh's Roubaix Pro.. 23-25s , very smooth, quite tough!! Fast too.. the double flat was the only flat I had but I suspect that I must have run over something even more pricky then the anonymous app trans guy..

Aaaaah Pention.. probably never be getting one of those my self.. :D

I'm ok.. mostly swimming and gardening.. I'm doing some snorkeling now and might go fishing tomorrow.. found a spot full of these: :D

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Froze

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I bought a pair of those Spesch Ruby pro tires last year when they had the two for one sale, I haven't used them yet so I can't comment on them. I got them to replace my Hutchinson Intensive tires on my main road bike because I thought they would be close to wearing out after 3,000 miles, but nope, I'm using them all season this year and put another 2,000 on them and they still look good (I currently run mostly 23's and weigh 170#'s). I'm really impressed with those Hutchinson tires, not one flat either, nor any cuts, and I ride city streets and county roads.

Today's tires are a lot better than they were just 15 years ago, I have a pair of low cost Panaracer Stradius Sport that came with my 2013 Lynskey but I moved them to my commuter, and those darn tires are wearing extremely well with no flats or cuts as well. Geez, I remember back 20 years ago and more never being able to ride a tire to complete wear out because the either the tread or sidewalls would get compromised (except for the Spesch Armadillo's, those were tires made for a tank). Tires are a bargain today especially the when you can find $40 to $65 tires on sale for half off or more and will run to they wear out with perhaps no flats along the way, plus they're lighter in weight then they use to be, better rolling resistance, and handle better in rain and stopping in the dry;.tires from 15 years and back were slippery when things got wet. The one thing about modern technology that has improved immensely for bikes is tires.

Tubes seem to have gotten worse, the valve cores don't hold up like they use to, most, if not all have removed the washer or rubber grommet from the base of the stem so now there are more tubes ripping at the base (usually from someone "sawing" with their mini pump), and still have the same inconsistencies in tube thicknesses they've always had.
 

Volnix

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I bought a pair of those Spesch Ruby pro tires last year when they had the two for one sale, I haven't used them yet so I can't comment on them. I got them to replace my Hutchinson Intensive tires on my main road bike because I thought they would be close to wearing out after 3,000 miles, but nope, I'm using them all season this year and put another 2,000 on them and they still look good (I currently run mostly 23's and weigh 170#'s). I'm really impressed with those Hutchinson tires, not one flat either, nor any cuts, and I ride city streets and county roads.

Today's tires are a lot better than they were just 15 years ago, I have a pair of low cost Panaracer Stradius Sport that came with my 2013 Lynskey but I moved them to my commuter, and those darn tires are wearing extremely well with no flats or cuts as well. Geez, I remember back 20 years ago and more never being able to ride a tire to complete wear out because the either the tread or sidewalls would get compromised (except for the Spesch Armadillo's, those were tires made for a tank). Tires are a bargain today especially the when you can find $40 to $65 tires on sale for half off or more and will run to they wear out with perhaps no flats along the way, plus they're lighter in weight then they use to be, better rolling resistance, and handle better in rain and stopping in the dry;.tires from 15 years and back were slippery when things got wet. The one thing about modern technology that has improved immensely for bikes is tires.

Tubes seem to have gotten worse, the valve cores don't hold up like they use to, most, if not all have removed the washer or rubber grommet from the base of the stem so now there are more tubes ripping at the base (usually from someone "sawing" with their mini pump), and still have the same inconsistencies in tube thicknesses they've always had.

Couldn't agree more.. the sidewalls of the gp4000s - ii was what got me enraged and moved to the Vittoria pro techs which had a sawn sidewall, but the Roubaix ones just have a thicker sidewall.. makes sense! And they are not knocking the seat uppity in the bumitty every time you get over a gap..

Maybe that has something to do with the extra width too but the tread is supposed to be 23..

The tubes are indeed ****.. the only ones I found to be kinda descent without costing more then 5 euro-hapinesses were the Vredestine ones.. about 5 euro, talc'd and no saws so you can probably patch them a few times, I know I did..

Sorry for the bad pic: I bought these ones..

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Froze

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I just get my tubes from my LBS since they cost the same on the internet. I buy Spesh tubes because the LBS will sell me 3 and then get 1 for free; they may not be as good as the Verds but most of my mini pumps now have hoses which eliminates the sawing thing which I never had an issue with sawing anyway, so I buy the Spesh more due to being local when I need a set. I still have one direct connect pump left in my collection of mini's, nice pump too, one of the few on the market (though that pump I have is no longer made unfortunately because it was the only pump SKS had back then and even up to now that will reach 110!) that will make it to 110 psi without blowing apart of just won't squeeze in anymore air, most pumps will fail at pumping between 65 to 80 psi even though they brag they can get to 160.