Rideair - Never Ride Flat - Reinventing Bike Pumps



mpre53

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Ah, I get it. I said "public employee" and you think I have one of those nice fat pensions that allow me to retire in my 40s with a high-5 or low-6 figure income.
 

Mr. Beanz

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I hate stupid videos that exaggerate on the issue itself. C'mon, you make some dope get up there and act like a moron trying to pump up a tire with a freaking soccer ball pump.

Then claim one can pump up a tire so that you can get to where you need to be before you fix the flat? That's total garbage. If a tire has a puncture, ti will go flat within seconds.

Totally stupid video!
 

BikeBikeBikeBike

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I've just been reading too much Mr.Money Mustache lately for my own good.
Although retirement to me just means not having to work, will probably work until I am in the grave, but I can always dream of doing what I want and not just punching a clock to make ends meet.
That's exactly what I though Mrpe!
Those damn public sector unions got wages so freaking inflated, it's why College costs so much.
I once had a summer job as a cerk doing data entry with the public sector, made $25 for pure monkey work, work that would only get you $10-$15 in the private sector and every old lady in the place was a cry-baby. Completely turned me against public sector employee's.
I was always under the assumption that public sector jobs were supposed to be easy, low-mid paying jobs that had good benefits and excellent job security.
 

jimmy484

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I suppose this would be a good addition for someone in a wheelchair, but, honestly, a normal healthy, fit adult should have the strength and energy to pump up their own tires. But I wish you luck, because I can definitely see a gap in the market for something like this.