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Re: C-14 information summary
« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2011, 05:29:51 pm »
Yeah, I have not read anything from Cap'n Bob but he might be here under a different name. Just one more unfortunate thing about this forum changing so drastically is that some people will change their 'names' and we will not recognize them. That is an OK think to do of course but it kind of wipes out any rapport or familiarity built up between posters in the past.

I'll see Bob in a week or talk to him sooner and find out if he has abandoned this playing field or not.  :)

Brian

Rumor has it he did find this new website. But like B.D.F. has suggested, he didn't use the same name. I think he might have just used "Bob" since it was available. Maybe to keep a lower key now? Maybe to keep separate identities between two similar forums? Maybe just because his name is Bob and that user name was available with this brand new forum?  ;)


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Re: C-14 information summary
« Reply #16 on: May 12, 2011, 08:07:18 pm »
So 'New Bob', if that really is your name, tell us a little about yourself. Do you like the color blue? Do you like KiPass? Do you find five gears are more than enough on a motorcycle? Do you feel that Michelin makes one of the best tires available for motorcycles, specifically the PR2?

<ROFLMAO> the icon for the little guy rolling around on the floor does not seem to be working.

Good to see that you made it back over here. New folks are going to have questions about things like KiPass and without you.... well, let's just say that without you no discussion about KiPass can be complete.

<I need the little guy rolling on the floor again>

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Rumor has it he did find this new website. But like B.D.F. has suggested, he didn't use the same name. I think he might have just used "Bob" since it was available. Maybe to keep a lower key now? Maybe to keep separate identities between two similar forums? Maybe just because his name is Bob and that user name was available with this brand new forum?  ;)
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Re: C-14 information summary
« Reply #17 on: May 12, 2011, 08:17:03 pm »
The Kipass universe is back to normal.

Let the games begin  :popcorn: :popcorn:
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Re: C-14 information summary
« Reply #18 on: May 12, 2011, 09:05:58 pm »
So 'New Bob', if that really is your name, tell us a little about yourself. Do you like the color blue? Do you like KiPass? Do you find five gears are more than enough on a motorcycle? Do you feel that Michelin makes one of the best tires available for motorcycles, specifically the PR2?

 :rotflmao:  the icon for the little guy rolling around on the floor does not seem to be working.

Good to see that you made it back over here. New folks are going to have questions about things like KiPass and without you.... well, let's just say that without you no discussion about KiPass can be complete.

 :rotflmao:

Brian

Fixed it for you Brian...  ;D

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Re: C-14 information summary
« Reply #19 on: May 13, 2011, 03:22:25 am »
 Blue is a nice color depending on the shade. I've seen some really nice blues over the years. Come to think of it, my eyes are blue.
 What is this Kipass that you speak of?
 Most motorcycles have at least five gears. Is it enough? I guess it depends on the bike and the gearing. But I find that no matter how many gears there may be, I'll probably be trying to shift to a higher gear anyway!
 Michelin has always been a better known tire manufacturer. I truly do not know whether or not they are better tires. I'm sure they are like a lot of things with motorcycles. Your opinion changes as you use them. Some probably like them, some probably prefer Shinko's. That's just how it goes. Although I have purchased michelins for my motorcycle (and have them now). I can't say whether or not they are the best tires of motorcycles? I guess it would depend on the criteria for what would be considered best!
 As far as the pr2 goes. I have heard both good and bad about the pr2. I makes me wonder about the wide swing of opinions on one particular tire! Maybe I should run automobile tires. I have heard they work pretty good and wear great. But then again, others have been less enthusiastic about them!
 So B.D.F., after reading your post, I have to ask. (and this is not meant in a bad way) You said  "<I need the little guy rolling on the floor again>".  Do you like rolling on the floor with smaller guys or was that in reference to something else that I don't understand how to respond to. I'm not into things like this, so hopefully you were not referring to me! But it's OK if you are. I try not to judge people and afford everybody the right to pursue the lifestyle that you feel comfortable with. But if you do not prefer rolling on the floor with smaller guys. Could you please explain the meaning. You see I am new to this forum (as you can probably tell by my post count).

Bob



So 'New Bob', if that really is your name, tell us a little about yourself. Do you like the color blue? Do you like KiPass? Do you find five gears are more than enough on a motorcycle? Do you feel that Michelin makes one of the best tires available for motorcycles, specifically the PR2?

<ROFLMAO> the icon for the little guy rolling around on the floor does not seem to be working.

Good to see that you made it back over here. New folks are going to have questions about things like KiPass and without you.... well, let's just say that without you no discussion about KiPass can be complete.

<I need the little guy rolling on the floor again>

Brian

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Re: C-14 information summary
« Reply #20 on: May 13, 2011, 05:05:42 am »
Yeah, the writing style looks very much like Cap'n Bob on his best but 'in disguise' behavior. We'll see but I think you overplayed the 'what's KiPass' shtick.  ;)

Brian



Blue is a nice color depending on the shade. I've seen some really nice blues over the years. Come to think of it, my eyes are blue.
 What is this Kipass that you speak of?

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Re: C-14 information summary
« Reply #21 on: May 13, 2011, 08:46:14 am »
Yeah, the writing style looks very much like Cap'n Bob on his best but 'in disguise' behavior. We'll see but I think you overplayed the 'what's KiPass' shtick.  ;)

Brian

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