fechter wrote:Tornados can help with tree removal.
nutspecial wrote:It's also the first time I've seen someone quoting their self, quoting their self, quoting their self. Everything has now lost meaning as if falling into a paradoxical moon bathed wormhole in the pantry.
nutspecial wrote:It's also the first time I've seen someone quoting their self, quoting their self, quoting themself. Everything has now lost meaning as if falling into a paradoxal moon bathed wormhole in the pantry.
Hilarity!dogman dan wrote: Cold and plastic can be interesting. I once climbed a very tall mountain, and got out a PVC plastic poncho, to make enough shelter to roll a joint to smoke on top. When I opened up the poncho, it shattered into pieces the size of a postage stamp and blew away.
DAND214 wrote:I sure hope you get this paradise done, before you have your stroke
No, he likes ALL trolling.amberwolf wrote:So it took you THREE THREADS for the same thing to decide to listen to what people were telling you?
Do you just like trolling by dragging out replies from people?
https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 6#p1270399Debunker wrote:... so the big idea is settle the e-bike to gay-mode in the city (PAS and the lower power mode) and switch to full power for off-road fun.
Sunder wrote:You know, tribal leaders in rural Pakistan said pretty much exactly the same thing, when laws prohibiting honour killings were imposed on them.flat tire wrote:In this case following the law is WRONG so following the law is not what is important. You have no ethical obligation to follow stupid laws
Good to see your maturity of thinking is at the same level.
AF7JA wrote:I read that article. I think the article is better summarized as "the technology, and infrastructure, for the elimination of fossil-fueled vehicles will be present within eight years." That makes for a far less sensationalistic article; but I suspect it will be more accurate.
It's a normal bicycle at the moment, which means that putting a front wheel drive on it makes it ALL WHEEL DRIVE. That is, assuming the rider isn't just a useless sack of fail.
Just use care when nailing cells together!latecurtis wrote:However even if I do order the LiPos I will still be building a large LIFEPO4 pack also as I KNOW I have the woodworking skills needed to accomplish it.
latecurtis wrote:No. I did not know that.Seems like you cut off the pedal chains on most every bike, then struggle to ever get one put back on.
You do know that you don't have to cut the chain to remove the rear wheel ... don't you?