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Old 10-23-2012, 07:07 PM   #15586
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So you're saying it's like those old jokes:

Why is the bride smiling so much at her wedding? She knows she's given her last BJ.

Or how do you stop a girl from screwing? Marry her.
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Old 10-23-2012, 07:20 PM   #15587
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So you're saying it's like those old jokes:

Why is the bride smiling so much at her wedding? She knows she's given her last BJ.

Or how do you stop a girl from screwing? Marry her.
you seem to know a lot about this stuff.
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Old 10-23-2012, 08:52 PM   #15588
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Why is the bride smiling so much at her wedding? She knows she's given her last BJ.
If she's planning on having kids right away it's because she won't have to accept buggery as a form of birth control.
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Old 10-24-2012, 06:43 AM   #15589
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Since I've moved here about 6 months ago, I'm still amazed every time I see people, couples even, riding with no helmet. According to my unscientific observation survey, it seems to be predominantly cruiser riders. I always wonder, WTF are they thinking (or not thinking)? Based on the gouges on my helmet, it certainly saved me a few headaches, at the least.

Been riding previous to NY's helmet law, and always wore a helmet even back then. Hey, ya' gotta' protect your second most important organ!
Everytime i'm in CT, someone always has to comment on why I'm wearing gear and a helmet?

"It's not necessary in this state pal"
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Old 10-24-2012, 07:34 AM   #15590
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My GF is looking for a temp sublet for November, and possibly Dec as well.

If you have a room, know of a roommate that will be away, etc, please send me a PM.

$$ limited to 800 max

thanks in advance! (pickings are getting slim and really expensive out there)
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Old 10-24-2012, 11:21 AM   #15591
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So you're saying it's like those old jokes...
You know what the married version of foreplay is? A half-hour of begging.

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"It's not necessary in this state pal"
Shiite drive me crazy...Every time I see a helmetless rider I just scream in my head: "WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY?" I support helmets being a choice, but I just don't get it.
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:00 PM   #15592
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So, I don't know if you guys have read this post or not but, this is my current status: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...2&postcount=11

Since all I have to prove the bike is mine is the title (signed over) and a handwritten bill of sale, I was left without a license plate to drive it home. So, someone told me that you can "borrow" plates from friends and so you appear on the up-and-up. Of course I'd never do this...

I went back to Brooklyn via the L (past midnight, that train is a nightmare... first, it runs every 22mins, so if you miss it, you're f'ed and, at odd-hours in the morning, those overpaid MTA union'ers powerwash the entire platforms which causes the trains to INCH from station to station to make sure that no half-tard (not smart enough to be a full-on retard) left his lunch pail on the track. So, I took the cover off my friend's bike and started to screw his plate back on and have my headphones in and I hear "WHOOPWHOOP" and an unmarked Impala rolls up and both doors open with plain-clothed officers.

"Hey Mr. Suspicious, whatcha doin' there?" (direct quote, I kinda laughed because I knew I was doing nothing wrong...)
"I'm putting a plate back on my friend's bike."
"Putting it BACK on? Where is your friend?"
"Yeh, he's sleeping and I didn't want to wake him because he let me [I stopped myself there from self-incrimination and just trailed off]"

Went through the whole check my ID, yadda yadda and, I guess because I look to not be a motorcycle thief (reverse profiling? ) They didn't think twice about my story. FWIW, I still had my jacket & gloves on and they could see my mega dorky argyle sweater and collared shirt from my open jacket.
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:09 PM   #15593
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Fully enclosed gyro stabilized electric bike, $24K

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/11/te....html?hpw&_r=0
I could joke about the black male member and gay imagery in that pic, but it's off topic
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:30 PM   #15594
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I could joke about the black male member and gay imagery in that pic, but it's off topic
Hmm, I think you're imagining things no one else here has, maybe the joke's on you.

Are there any closets you'd like to tell us about?
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:46 PM   #15595
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S...Since all I have to prove the bike is mine is the title (signed over) and a handwritten bill of sale, I was left without a license plate to drive it home. So, someone told me that you can "borrow" plates from friends and so you appear on the up-and-up. Of course I'd never do this...

..."Putting it BACK on? Where is your friend?"
"Yeh, he's sleeping and I didn't want to wake him because he let me [I stopped myself there from self-incrimination and just trailed off]"...
I will remember this line for next time I'm out stealing plates.

As you just bought a Honda w. < 40K mi, you probably won't be needing a new bike soon. Nevertheless, NYS DMV does offer temporary in-transit plates: http://www.dmv.ny.gov/register.htm#temporary

It also sounds like you didn't get the bike insured prior to driving it. This is a bigger no no than not having it registered. All you need to get insurance is the VIN.

Glad your fall didn't turn out worse!
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:53 PM   #15596
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I could joke about the black male member and gay imagery in that pic, but it's off topic
I looked really hard and long for this imagery, but it didn't come.
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Old 10-24-2012, 04:10 PM   #15597
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I will remember this line for next time I'm out stealing plates.

As you just bought a Honda w. < 40K mi, you probably won't be needing a new bike soon. Nevertheless, NYS DMV does offer temporary in-transit plates: http://www.dmv.ny.gov/register.htm#temporary

It also sounds like you didn't get the bike insured prior to driving it. This is a bigger no no than not having it registered. All you need to get insurance is the VIN.

Glad your fall didn't turn out worse!
Since I have a moto permit from NJ, I am going to take an NJTransit back to my parent's house tonight and head to the DMV tomorrow morning to get it reg'd & insured from either Rider (in Springfield, NJ) or Gieco. I knew I shouldn't have ridden it in the rain last night but, being young, dumb, and full of... incompetence... , I did it anyway. Just a slightly bruised ego and bent clutch lever. It's currently chained & covered in front of my apartment until I get all necessary paperwork.
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Old 10-24-2012, 04:59 PM   #15598
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...and head to the DMV tomorrow morning to get it reg'd & insured...
It will need to be insured BEFORE you can get it registered.

Also, check on whether NJ will require you to pay sales tax.
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Old 10-24-2012, 05:54 PM   #15599
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Okay, awesome! Thanks for the words of wisdom. I dread lines & offices & people sitting behind desks with their names on plastic placards. Wish me luck tomorrow!
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Old 10-24-2012, 07:00 PM   #15600
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Uninsured in NY is an unclassified VTL misdemeanor, in other words, an actual crime, not a traffic violation.

I've seen people go to jail for that. Definitely not something to play around with.

Count yourself lucky and don't repeat. Your interaction with the cops could just as easily have turned sour.
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