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30-06-2020, 02:14   #9166
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My bike heritage is all japanese
Thats alright,as long as you enjoy the ride.
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30-06-2020, 02:17   #9167
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Thats alright,as long as you enjoy the ride.
Do you do a build to order type thing? There's a few harleys around here but the owners seem to change them a lot. Keep buying and selling.
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30-06-2020, 03:02   #9168
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The Buell was all about handling, made it a great commuting bike, if they made it any shorter it'd be a unicycle. As far as Japanese bikes are concerned I've had Suzuki, Honda and Yamaha. Never owned a Kawasaki or any British, German or Italian bike. Not a bike fan of anything I have to lie forward on. If I go back to bikes eventually I'll get something cheap and easy first.
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It's super short the guy loves town commuting on it becuase of its turn and torque
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Back to the grind today
Looks grey out, like my mood!
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Just finishing up, night off but back in tomorrow, feeling that grey
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Up a few hours, watched Transformers
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Deskside with coffee.

Early bout of motivation has diminished, hopefully coffee will get the motor running again.

Doubtful though.
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Struggling almightily to stay awake toda.........zzzzzzz
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30-06-2020, 11:03   #9175
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Couchside, this is what I got in the post
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Deskside after being internet MIA for a few days - took a long weekend

Tunes - Metallica released their discography on the MQA format and it's an auditory treat. Safe to say all my neighbours are listening to them too.

Hope everyone is well
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30-06-2020, 12:47   #9177
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Roadside in a minute...

...to pick up a patch work computer from a friend. The casing from a server, RAM from an old computer, mainboard and chip from another one. Will look like a street dog. Who cares if it works!😄

Just have to buy a wifi dongle as i am using the wifi network of my neighbour. Cheap git i am.😂

🚲 plus trailer. 😜
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30-06-2020, 12:57   #9178
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...to pick up a patch work computer from a friend. The casing from a server, RAM from an old computer, mainboard and chip from another one. Will look like a street dog. Who cares if it works!😄
I have a simliar yoke for running Kali, works a treat!
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To misquote Morrissey, every day is like Monday.

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I fell over on the landing. I normally laugh these things off but it really got to me today. The random tripping over or losing my balance was a frequent feature up to early adolescence and it always made me feel like an idiot - 'slow and stupid' like one particular primary teacher so kindly put it. Well, I don't know if it's the lock down or what but it's happening with increasing frequency again. And it reminds me that in truth I am not 'quite right'. I worry about getting out and about again and making a fool of myself publicly and I worry about tipping down the stairs or out of the bath or off a footpath and doing myself some real damage. I know I need a kick up the hole. Dyspraxia us really not a big deal but I'm feeling picked on by the universe today. Why wasn't I gifted with the grace and freedom of movement o a gazelle? Or just normal, like everyone else?

OK. That self pity is not warming me to myself. I most likely have Dyspraxia from being oxygen deprived at birth. If the worst that happened to me as a result of that was being a clumsy, dithering, oaf I'm actually very, very lucky. Feel free to contribute your own reality checks on pity party here.
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