Oh, the virus they made and sent to us was a test to see what they can get away with. Then next virus, #3, will be deadlier and quicker. The don't have to attack us, that would destroy all that we built. All they need do is kill us all, wait 6 months and come on over in ship loads to scrape our remains up, pile it all up in the ovens, and burn us up. They have our land, property, cars, cities, farm land, water, resources, and every thing else all in one neat little package. Think Adromina Strain.
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I started on bikes when in 1965 my parents "insisted" I get a Sears Compact motor scooter which my mother. while I was gone took to do some shopping and wrecked it. They got my money back and I went to the Honda shop and bought a CL-50 C110 new for $195. It took me here and there for almost a year. After that I got my first Sport 90 for $436.80 and I promptly wrecked it 3 days later when I went off the road avoiding a huge dog. The Honda dealer needed parts and mine became a parts bike as he gave me another for an extra $100. I had two more S-90's before I got a car. Then the military came and while in it I had a Yamaha 125 and sold it later on when I got another car. Bikes stopped for a while until I got on a CL350 and on the way home a spark plug came been helixed in and came out. I traded that back and got another one. After that another LD360 until I had kids. While living in Key West I purchased a super bike at the time, a CL400F and rode it in Key West and when I moved to Puerto Rico. While there it was a death defying act to ride it in their traffic and more than once I had to perform some pretty snazzy driving to keep from getting killed. Then the day came when I went end over end, busted my collar bone and the bike ended up on top of me with little hurt on it, but I was hurt. After a few weeks and with 3 daughters and a wife depending on me, I grew up and sold the bike. The desire is still there but the big head says no now days.
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