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/n/ meetup thread

Post location and contact info. Cat6 other /n/iggers.
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>>1173905
Great ass, is it yours?
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>>1173404
SLC standing tf up
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>>1179085
I'm in SLC. What kind of riding do you do/what do you ride? I ride pretty much everything. Road (Madone), mountain (Cannondale Moto), and cruise around the city on my OTS. I'm pretty slow at mountain though, I never do it. Email anon3140@hushmail.com if you want to ride
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>>1173909
and yet my line of work and others around me cant get enough guys to meet the demand
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>>1179706
What work do you do? Because I have no interest in being homeless, or moving, but it's tough finding work where I live.

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Comet is Best Girl.
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>>1179519
I agree.
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>>1179544
*disintegrates*
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>>1179545
Not the Comet 4, that was a reliable and safe jetliner. The other ones weren't.
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>>1179648
>>1179545
>>1179544
They can both be Best Girl, I don't judge.
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comets are cool

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>Get back from daily ride
>Blood is pumping throughout body
>Dong slightly enlarged despite no arousal
>Whip off cycling shorts
>Wiggle enlarged donger around

who else?
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>>1179630
when i get home from riding my dick is basically inverted and tingling... it feels like its about to fall off or somethiongt
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Hot summer cardio ride on the roadie, I get this
>>1179630

Cold winter ride on the communter I get this
>>1179637
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Chibi Peni

Schwinn is synonymous with cheap shitty walmart bikes

Same goes for Raleigh, how the fuck did they mess it up?
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>>1177487
My main bike is a Schwinn, my back up is a Raleigh. Both are from the 70's. Fight me faggot.
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>>1177509
accurate
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>>1177509
>wh*toids strike again
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The correct answer is profit. Companies sell out to Walmart for profit.

I love my pinarello, but if they made some piece of shit for Walmart, I would get a specialized or trek.

The TVs at Walmart on black Friday are shit compared to a high end Samsung
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>>1177487
read the wiki..
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schwinn_Bicycle_Company

little copy and paste for the fuck of it

>Factory and retooling issues
By this time, Schwinn's bicycle factory was completely outmoded in comparison to modern bicycle manufacturing centers in Japan and Taiwan, who had continually invested in new and up-to-date manufacturing techniques and materials, including new joinery techniques and the latest lightweight chrome-molybdenum alloy steel, and later, aluminum.[41][42] The company considered relocating to a single facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma, but financing the project would have required outside investors, perhaps even foreign ones. Schwinn's board of directors rejected the new plant in 1978.[41]

>Labor troubles, bankruptcy and demise
In October 1979, Edward R. Schwinn, Jr. took over the presidency of Schwinn from his uncle Frank, ensuring continuity of Schwinn family in the operations of the company.[43] However, worker dissatisfaction, seldom a problem in the early years, grew with steep increases in inflation.

>Sale to Pacific and Nautilus
In September 2001, the Schwinn Company, its assets, and the rights to the brand, together with that of the GT Bicycle, was purchased at a bankruptcy auction by Pacific Cycle, a company previously known for mass-market brands


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Would you buy this? This may or may not happen, depending on if you guys like it.
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>>1179021
Why not both
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ill be sure to laugh at you fags with your get rekt jersey as i pass your fat asses
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>>1179641
Just because your coasting down the hill gives you no right to laugh at the dudes spinning up it :(
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are u nerds actually gunna make something or not
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that nomads jersey is pretty kino. would buy one if we reran it

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Lets face it.

This is the one and true master tier of transportation.
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>>1177539

>shit efficiency

it's a 2 stroke engine that like runs an hour on a gallon.

You literally can glide on thermals.

YOU FLY LIKE A FUCKING BIRD OVER FAGGOTS LIKE YOURSELF.
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>>1177631
>2-stroke
>pukes
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>>1177640

>11

>bad

choose one.
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>>1177539
>cuts your travel distance from 15 miles to 2 miles
heh nothin personnel kid
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How does one get into paramotor or even paragliding? Looks comfy af

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>"Oh hey Anon! There's one seat left, why don't you join us? :D"
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>>1179607
those sorts of limousines are characterized by a physical partition between passengers and the driver. you can't have people drinking in your backseat in a regular car just because they're not driving- it's an open container offense.
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>>1179610
answered my own question: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Party_bike#Serving_beer

>>1179605
you're essentially right but in the USA it's restrictive to the point of near non-existence
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>>1179611
>you're essentially right but in the USA it's restrictive to the point of near non-existence
Not in the state of Louisiana.
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>>1179305
Drinking and working out. Nice combo.
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>>1179611
You can't have open containers in Wisconsin, but these things are legal and operating in Madison and Milwaukee.

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Bike Buying General

Spring is just about here, shops and craigslist are gonna start getting busy.

Post your local craigslist, height, and what type of riding you're planning on doing.
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>>1179479
What kind of bike did you buy?

The only time I'd expect them to tell you about the valves is if you buy an entry level road bike at a dedicated LBS.

Big box store, no. Midrange or high end, no.
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>>1178837
n+1 is always a good idea. But if you're going to go with a real road bike , why not go with something more aggressive rather than something like your existing ride? Have you tried riding a few different bikes to get a feel for this?

>>1178838
>>1179049
Geometry won't work, And that changeover is begging for part compatibility problems. I'm also betting that price isn't a crucial issue here.
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>>1179490
Hol up what????
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>>1179489
Giant contend sl 2. Tubeless.
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>>1179479
I mean, you can see the threading poking out the top of the valve, and the valve is knurled which is only ever done for fingers to grip and twist something.
even with schrader, if the pump head isn't seated right and the air isn't flowing, you can immediately tell. getting that feeling from presta would lead one to closer examination and fiddling, which there's only one thing to fiddle. pretty sure that's how I figured it out, but I honestly don't remember, I would have been like 15 back then.
But anyway I guess it's forgivable, there's no reason you should have known even if the discovery seems trivial to me personally.

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here's some new oc for you transit /n/erds
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>>1178286
Our "Glider" bus will be implemented later this year, and so far it looks like the bus stops for the Glider have been built in the locations where the bus will just be using a bus lane. There will be sections where the buses are using segregated lanes with kerbs to keep cars and other traffic out, but for the most part, it's going to be using existing bus lanes....
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>>1172351
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>>1179078
kek, saved
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>>1173205
>just slightly lower
Vast majority of theft dollars are spent on administration dumb dumb
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>>1178418
Ah shit. Malmö has those same buses larping as trams. Godspeed

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Does anyone here like Baldwin/Lima-Hamilton diesels?
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Bump bc it's gotta survive
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Bump supporting my elders
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>>1085150
There are threads on /j/ from like 2006 still
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I thought this thread disappeared for a while. Did it ever get archived and then come back? The Rock island threads were the oldest for a while

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is this or the lockheed a better hercules?
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Yes.
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>>1179485
Por que no los dos?

Professional planning simulations and outreach edition.

Old thread: >>1156353
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>>1179158
>Poland currently have no real woodland or wildlife left because of the insane post Soviet expansion the private citizens where allowed.
It was reduced from 40% at the end of 18th century to 20% after WW2. Currently it's around 30%, the wildlife is rich, too.
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>>1179158
Nice goalpost moving an non-arguments you got there, pal
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>>1177769
That's realistic. Your supply simply ends up getting constrained and the realtor jew just jacks up house prices in the area
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>>1179449
>your supply ends up getting constrained
Building more housing ("increasing supply [of housing]") is the literal exact opposite of "constraining" supply
unless of course you're assuming a scenario in which population growth far exceeds the supply that can be offered solely via low-density development where the "supply" you refer to is land and not housing units
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>>1179459
unless of course you're assuming a scenario in which population growth far exceeds the supply that can be offered solely via low-density development
that's what i'm assuming

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Will there be a drone delivery in the future?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gK2UPyoxhgI
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>>1175547
Very funny.
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>>1175575
Idiot!
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>>1168221
Here is the breakdown of the technology generations:
Generation 1: Basic remote control aircraft of all forms
Generation 2: Static design, fixed camera mount, video recording and still photos, manual piloting control
Generation 3: Static design, two-axis gimbals, HD video, basic safety models, assisted piloting
Generation 4: Transformative designs, Three-axis gimbals, 1080P HD video or higher-value instrumentation, improved safety modes, autopilot modes.
Generation 5: Transformative designs, 360° gimbals, 4K video or higher-value instrumentation, intelligent piloting modes.
Generation 6: Commercial suitability, safety and regulatory standards based design, platform and payload adaptability, automated safety modes, intelligent piloting models and full autonomy, airspace awareness
Generation 7: Complete commercial suitability, fully compliant safety and regulatory standards-based design, platform and payload interchangeability, automated safety modes, enhanced intelligent piloting models and full autonomy, full airspace awareness, auto action (takeoff, land, and mission execution)
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>>1169040
>it will never the economical
Lmao bruh u rly think passenger trains are economically feasible without subsidies?
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>>1179476
>Lmao bruh u rly think passenger trains are economically feasible without subsidies?

Without subsidies? Yes, if you were to deliver gold, or NEVER.

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Quick Trivia question.

What is a "777 FO"?
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>>1179512
A person trained and qualified as copilot in a Boeing 777 airliner.
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>>1179512
FO is a "First Officer" which is a Co-pilot.
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>>1179513
>>1179517

Thanks guys, I just heard it in passing and didn't quite get the context.

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ITT: Images that give you an erection
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>>1178668
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I've become obsessed with looking at military aircraft on adsbexchange.com

the amount of activity in the last week is disturbing. US spec ops in malaysia, NATO. All this Syria shit.
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>>1179514
I suppose I should post one of the planes I like.
A Globemaster.



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