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    van 8
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    saturn 4 - kids car
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    honda 160 2
    honda 160 2
    honda 160 2
    yamaha ttr125 1
    bultaco alpina 1
    ossa mar 1
    ossa pioneer 1
    honda ct90 1
    john deere 1
    weed wacker 1
    leaf blower 1
    chain saw 1
    husqvarna 400 1
    compressor 2
    power washer 1
    snow thrower 1

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    I love the smell of castor oil in the morning, but I have a Honda....

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    This is almost like a contest, but I'm now thinking the winner is Xander. Doesn't look like he has a lawn to mow, or snow to clear, and he must have some decent public transportation; Little time maintaining a house & yard or vehicles, and probably cheap insurance bill.

    Boy, sounds good.


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    I was thinking the exact same thing about xander but I am glad to see some of you with less than me.

    -Kyle

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    As they say, the grass is always greener. I sold my car when I came to Boston, and subways are pretty decent here so the life ain't bad.

    The downside is no workshop space, a short riding season, and hell, I LIKE having shit to maintain. I'd love to have a house and a yard just to have an excuse to putter around a garage, build a deck, lay tile, grow some tomatoes...

    I figure whoever came up with this philosophy about your possessions owning you doesn't understand the tinkering nature of man. Having things to fix creates purpose.

    My brother got me into old Hondas when I was 15. A couple years back he bought himself an SV650 - told me he was sick of having to work on his bikes and he wanted something he could just ride and not have to worry about it. I nodded my head in agreement, even as I was thinking to myself, "well then, what's the point in having it?"



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    Ok, lets give this a shot
    8-'73 Dodge Dart
    8-spare 360 sb
    8-spare 400 bb
    6-'98 Ranger
    8-'01 Chevy 1/2 ton
    4- '07 Honda
    4- '78 KZ1000
    2- '47 Indian
    2- '01 Indian
    2- '74 Cl360
    2- Cushman scooters(x2)
    2- Honda ct200 (x2)
    1- Ct70
    4- Lawnmowers(x3)
    3- Smowblowers(x2)
    1- "chopper" the rototiller
    1- Go kart
    2- weed eaters
    3- small motors bolted to a board waiting for something
    2- air compressors

    I believe that totals up to 73 cylinders, but I counted all my spares so I could feel good about myself.


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    quote: As they say, the grass is always greener.
    Shut the fuck up, bitch. I'd give up a nut to live in Boston. Altlhough you guys did just give us one of the most boring World Series in recent memory. It was over before I even got a chance to catch a game. Last year I watched my Tigers lose the series at Cask & Flagon (tavern of my worst nightmare), and all those lovely Bostonians were cheering for 'em right along with me, despite cheater Kenny Rogers (he's awesome). I only wish I'd had my bike while I was there.

    Any time you're looking for a lawn to mow, a driveway to shovel, or a garage to clean out, let me know. You've got a free place to stay in Detroit-ish.


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    Hey and Jude who beat your poor little tigers last year in the series? The St Louis Cardinals. Second most dominate team of all time, right behind those money spending whores in the Bronx. St Louis Cardinals fan born and raised.

    -Kyle

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    ... And I enjoyed my one visit to St. Louis, too. Your Hockey team sucks, too.


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    Yes it does and so does our football team too 0-8 baby how are you enjoying mad mike up there?

    -Kyle

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