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Old 03-06-2007, 09:31 AM   #31
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Well for the same reason that somebody can be a Amazing Welder and have no idea of design or the other way around were you can have amazing understanding of bigger pictures stuff but have no idea how to weld...

Remenber just because you know how to make brick walls does not make you a Arquitect .

And YEs I did go to a "ivory Tower" School for about Nine years and I'm really glad it happend that way, since I learn how to think of concepts more than imidiate solutions.
I was discussing debate, not the science behind engineering and design, furthermore, I would have never guessed you had a degree after looking at your spelling errors. Now get out and turn a wrench and put an immediate end to that gas leak While I debate about your 9 year degree
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Old 03-06-2007, 02:36 PM   #32
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This would be much better dealt with in old school.

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So, is this where I would start a thread about bringing this bike back to life? (stripping, bracing and coating the frame, suspension options, wiring, etc.) or does this belong in Old School? I don't plan on starting a new thread for each phase of the build but if the "Masters" would care to to follow, I am quite sure their input would be appreciated.

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Old 03-07-2007, 04:58 AM   #33
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I was discussing debate, not the science behind engineering and design, furthermore, I would have never guessed you had a degree after looking at your spelling errors. Now get out and turn a wrench and put an immediate end to that gas leak While I debate about your 9 year degree
Yo Mamma, this is The Garage, not The Café, so talk shop of rot op :-)
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Old 03-07-2007, 07:20 AM   #34
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I was discussing debate, not the science behind engineering and design, furthermore, I would have never guessed you had a degree after looking at your spelling errors. Now get out and turn a wrench and put an immediate end to that gas leak While I debate about your 9 year degree
Dude, he isn't a native English speaker, and IS probably smarter than 99% of us!

Just an FYI!

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Old 03-07-2007, 09:28 AM   #35
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Old 03-07-2007, 12:03 PM   #36
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I was discussing debate, not the science behind engineering and design, furthermore, I would have never guessed you had a degree after looking at your spelling errors. Now get out and turn a wrench and put an immediate end to that gas leak While I debate about your 9 year degree
Do you Know what Dixlexia is...!?!?, I'm being hunt by this since i was born, but I manage to delelope collateral ways to increase other sense, like a blind will be better at hearing, so lets not even go there.

Can you draw like this...!?!?


can you think about thing like this..!?!?


when you do,, when we can talk, if not I forgive you since is not your fault you can only write , like is not my fault I can only draw.

besides go and read Nikola Tesla or René Descartes Biografy and you will learn how they were varelly able to communicate with the comun man but with out them this world will be much less evolve.

Or take for example the many developers of the Steam engine over the centuries most of them THINKERs , but not exactlly shopworkers

i can produce at least 20 other names of Brilliant man of sciences and thinkers, that were totally unable to life a normal life, many times because they were a Little to head of their time.
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Old 03-07-2007, 05:29 PM   #37
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Do you Know what Dixlexia is...!?!?, I'm being hunt by this since i was born, but I manage to delelope collateral ways to increase other sense, like a blind will be better at hearing, so lets not even go there.

Exactly, *don't* go there, even if e wan'ts it so bad

Come on i know how hard it is communicating with people who are all about form, missing the function, but hey, it's *their* loss.
So shall we try to keep the Garage for the thinkers and The Toolers, and leave blabbermouth in yo mamma ?

My experience with Dyslexia is that posting and reading in Fora helps a lot, so come on post more about your Tooling


P.S. verry nice Drawing, but how about mass centralisation :wink
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Old 03-07-2007, 06:28 PM   #38
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Do you Know what Dixlexia is...!?!?, I'm being hunt by this since i was born, but I manage to delelope collateral ways to increase other sense, like a blind will be better at hearing, so lets not even go there.

Can you draw like this...!?!?


can you think about thing like this..!?!?


when you do,, when we can talk, if not I forgive you since is not your fault you can only write , like is not my fault I can only draw.

besides go and read Nikola Tesla or René Descartes Biografy and you will learn how they were varelly able to communicate with the comun man but with out them this world will be much less evolve.

Or take for example the many developers of the Steam engine over the centuries most of them THINKERs , but not exactlly shopworkers

i can produce at least 20 other names of Brilliant man of sciences and thinkers, that were totally unable to life a normal life, many times because they were a Little to head of their time.
I apoligize as I was not aware of your disability. However, that makes you no less, nor no more of a common man, reguardless of your extensive college. I will not pursure this any further, by popular vote.

By all means continue about your tooling!
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Old 03-07-2007, 07:11 PM   #39
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Ricardo, is this your latest design, or just a tease?

Jim

Edit, looking again, I see that it doesn't use the K1200 swingarm, nevermind!
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Old 03-17-2007, 01:55 AM   #40
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Whatever happened to blood, sweat and gears?
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Old 03-17-2007, 01:58 AM   #41
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So talk shop of rot op :-)
You're funny.

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Old 03-17-2007, 02:00 AM   #42
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Do you Know what Dixlexia is...!?!?
Ricky, you should use this as your sig! Brilliant!
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Old 03-18-2007, 02:27 PM   #43
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Old 07-31-2012, 05:18 AM   #44
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these days people just giving up to race against the factories teams. (what I see is that they not any harder for you and I to beat these days ) getting the trophy done and let's get paid
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Old 11-20-2012, 04:22 AM   #45
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Probably in the wrong place, and apologies if that is the case, but here's my collection of US and Canadian motorcycle licence plates. My aim is to get one from each state/province and I'm about halfway there. Unlike the UK, the US has completely different rules when it comes to licence plates. These don't stay with the bike for it's life but stay with the rider and must be surrendered at the end of the day. We can go to the local Halfrauds and get a set made up provided we provide proof of ownership whereas in the US, the local authority stamp them from aluminium so are standardised. I also have plates from Iceland, Norway, France, Belgium and Costa Rica. You can see what states are missing so donations gratefully received (not car ones though as these are larger).
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