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This is a discussion on The case for working with your hands. within the NEW MEMBERS READ HERE! forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; Originally Posted by grandpaul I personally think a logical, legible, polite response, or NO response, is always best. Sadly, these days, I'm in a significantly ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandpaul View Post
    I personally think a logical, legible, polite response, or NO response, is always best.

    Sadly, these days, I'm in a significantly distinct minority (or so it seems from nearly 20 years on internet motorcycle forums)
    Respect runs both ways...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcw View Post
    Respect runs both ways...
    Actually it doesn't, on many occasions. Everyone does have a choice though as to how to or not to respond to negative commentary. It's hard when someones being a dick not to point it out. Then again leaving them to throw mud by them self is usually more amusing in the end. And you don't get any on ya. win win.
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    I secretly like to see the raging responses when a polite answer sets people off.

    I just take another sip of my coffee, and click on the next thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grandpaul View Post
    I personally think a logical, legible, polite response, or NO response, is always best.

    Sadly, these days, I'm in a significantly distinct minority (or so it seems from nearly 20 years on internet motorcycle forums)
    I actually prefer this over the love fest on other forums, for the project section or bike related stuff anyway....

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    My new clutch cable for the Sprint just came in. I will indeed use my hands to put it on tonight. Good times.
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    What a load of twaddle.
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