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Old 09-18-2019, 05:56 PM   #170
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Join Date: Oct 2006
Chapter/Region: MAIC
Location: WV
'19 Imp Ltd Wagon


Originally Posted by Calamity Jesus View Post
I only skimmed this wall of text, but congrats on buying your first motorcycle? If you didn't buy one.. it's time to. No car will give you the visceral thrill and exposure to nature that a motorcycle will.
Really? Do tell. And about the left handed advice... definitely defining.

I happen to know a little about motorcycles, too. Thirty five years worth of sportbikes were my adrenalin fix after I sold my race car.

And although my last is still in my garage, it has sat unridden for more than a decade while I explored cars again. Done with that phase I've moved on, but you wouldn't know that. It takes reading and comprehension instead of a giggle and poke.

Too little time to do one thing at the expense of learning new, my boy. Wear one pastime out and move on. Try it. Maybe talk a few of the others here to try it with you. The unfunny childishness in this room, far too much sophomoric snark, and the moral ethics of a clan gets stultifying at times. A vacation would do your type good.

Sometimes walls of text are mirrors reflecting you back at you. But if all you see is the other dog, go ahead and bark. It's cute.

Meanwhile, I like talking about Imprezas... it is NASImprezaOC after all.

But you are right about bikes. Every road is one first learned on my bikes, over 75k in this state's mountains alone have imprinted in me a connection with the surface and texture of all of them. Driving my car on them is memories revisited. Not as thrilling, not as life threatening, and not as poignant... but able to satisfy things impossible in the saddle. Peace along the corridors of passage, in place of fury and madness. Everything has a place and a time.
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Last edited by SeeeeeYa; 09-18-2019 at 06:18 PM.
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