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Old 09-24-2005, 16:01   #1 (permalink)
David M
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Took the Sled out this afternoon to blow the cobwebs out of her.
My real intention was to heat up the new starter I put on it
last weekend, and see how well it turned over when it was hot
(very well, thanks!).

Sitting at a stoplight, a kid in his fart can Honda pulled up
and farted. He started inching forward as the light got ready
turn green, I just sat there. When it turned, I put my foot into
it, just a little. His poor little fart can was screaming,
I was barely turning 4000 rpm in first gear.
I could not see him behind me, but I could hear the fart can.
I was leaving him until I lifted when traffic slowed
in front of me. Of course then he blew by me so I guess he thinks he
"won"...


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David M (dmacchiarolo)
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