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Thread: I was "stumbling" around this morning..

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    I was "stumbling" around this morning..

    before heading down to the shop and found this
    Some amazing works of art here!

    http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/27YkA7...torsports.html

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    He is gifted. Beautiful scooters.
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    Very cool indeed.
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    I'm with Cynthia---Wow!!!

    And to think, I thought my Candy Apple Vespa was pretty Jazzy looking.

    Those are fabulous works of art. One of those would have been a great thing for my driving. I would be so careful driving that they would probably ban me to Pasadena.

    Enjoy,

    Jim

    For quite some time I rode a Vespa to work. One of my patients took it away from me and returned it with a bazillion coats of clear candy apple laquer on it.

    Every evening when I came home there was a line of neighborhood kids waiting at the curb. Everyone had to have a ride before I could go in the house.

    Nice kids, great fun and the "safety police" of today would have put us all in jail. We would fly down the street. My necktie would be flying over my shoulder. The kids would probably be bare armed and bare legged, jumping up and down, and no one had on a helmet.

    Aahhhh the good old days!!
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