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Old 01-19-21, 09:02 PM
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Some may say I live in a fantasy. I've shat in high cotton and slept under bridges.
There's something special about holding a piece of history "
My 1969 Islander 32 Sailboat 1/17, couldn't afford the docking went to a good home
. 1972 H2 Kawasaki ,tried to kill me
. 1964 John Lennon" In His Own Write" ,will never let go
and know the magic I feel working on the bicycle man/women's finest land machine ,the sailboat has the tie.
. This forum has some of the finest builders/artists and I don't want to alienate myself/anyone. The web has given us the ability to share skills and let others know that if you're looking for something with providence/history put it out there .
. When money is not an issue, there is an artist ready to build you something that has a soul.
. "you may say that I'm a dreamer but I'm not the only one "
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without art, man/woman would forget life and rapidly whither. living but not alive
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You won't find much disagreement here with the idea that custom bikes are cool.
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That was...confusing.
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That was...confusing.
Yeah, I tried to clean it up for him.
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Look here brother...who you jivin' with that Cosmik Debris?
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Look here brother...who you jivin' with that Cosmik Debris?
rip fz
ohh yeaaah....lol

"...he says talks with "god". i ain't the one to say "no", but who'll be the first one to go?" tom waits
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That was...confusing.
does it make you wanna ...cut yer ear off?.......haha...ha...ha

maybe there's lead in his paint....
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...which raises the questions:
What is larger than the universe?

and

What is smaller than an atom?

Jus' sayin'
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What is smaller than an atom?
Proton, neutron, electron?
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But will they outlive the Poly-carbonated-biphenyls? I live in an environment contaminated with them and we have spent 50 years trying to eradicate them. Maybe more neutrons added to the molecules? Perhaps the art is in the way the molecules fold over upon themselves... Smiles, MH
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If it’s about art and science, you have to check out David Edward’s work: David Edwards, Ph.D
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Proton, neutron, electron?

"an atom" IMO, sounded more artistic than "proton, neutron, electron"

But see--- there's an answer for both of my questions.
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Orthodoxy, Part 3.

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Hmm, was H. Tano an artist, manufacturer, or distributor?
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Hmm, was H. Tano an artist, manufacturer, or distributor?
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Hmm, was H. Tano an artist, manufacturer, or distributor?
They were a kickstand.

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Originally Posted by pastorbobnlnh View Post
...which raises the questions:
What is larger than the universe?

and

What is smaller than an atom?

Jus' sayin'
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They were a kickstand.

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Ah, the old crimped chainstays model. But I think that was made by Bridgestone.
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Ah, the old crimped chainstays model. But I think that was made by Bridgestone.
You mean the Bridgestone Croissant?

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Proton, neutron, electron?
muon, strawberry quark, alpha, beta and gamma particles (what would the world be without radioactivity? ) etc... I do affirm pastorbob's sentiment though.
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