On 03/07/2011 05:16 AM, Niki Kovacs wrote:
Le 06/03/2011 19:01, NoOp a écrit :
Your analogy doesn't work. Nor does it make any sense. Oh, and I bought
my first Ducati in 1968...
In 1968 I was one year old, and I vaguely remember sitting on my dad's
But my analogy is still partially correct, in that nowadays I
sometimes chase the odd sports bike on my battered BMW R100R on our
South French mountain roads. I've been a bike courier for a few years,
which somewhat affected my driving style.
I didn't know there were so many beta testers on this list. Duly noted.
Cheers from a happy Ubuntu user,
When I read the comment it brought to mind two bikes I had. One was a
Kawasaki KZ-400 twin. Small, light, quick and agile. About as much fun
as you can have with your clothes on around town, but get it out on the
highway and it wore you down in no time. The other was a KZ-750 four
cylinder. Big, heavy, powerful, haul your butt down the road so fast the
telephone poles looked like pickets in a picket fence, but you could
ride all day on the highway.
"A good moral character is the first essential in a man." George Washington
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