Monday, January 10, 2011

Side of the Road

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  1. The sauce is supposedly from a movie called Xtro 2.

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  2. At least it was kind enough to move out of the way.

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  3. Xtro, my favorite crappy sci-fi horror film from the 80s. This scene still scares the man juice out of me.

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  4. Haha, this was the first horror film I ever remember watching as a child. Me and my friend (both around 8 at the time) "borrowed" her dad's video of it and watched it during a sleepover at her house. Needless to say a movie where a woman gives birth to a fully grown man is not really 8 year old suitable. XD

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    1. Do you and your friend fuck these days?

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  5. I was too scared to look!

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  6. Buuuuuhhhhhhh, I shat brick when I saw that O__o

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  7. im to scared to look...what is it?

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    1. It's god damn polite, that's what it is ^ ^

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  9. it looked at first like the mighty boosh lol

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  10. You guys are silly. That was just Xavier: Renegade Angel.

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  11. i lold for some reason i was like it be the...uhhh... WTH is that?!

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    1. i LOL'd too :D
      Welcome To the lol club...

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  12. ....at least it wasn't in front of Wal-Mart, using little children to try to guilt me into buying cookies for some goddamn cause I never knew existed.

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  13. I prepared to shit bricks, then I noticed how traffic conscious it is and I lol'd instead

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  14. It was going to kill them...but then thought maybe the people in the car were also bronies...so the monster didn't wanna take that chance of harming fellow bronies. So he looked for non-pedophiles instead.

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  15. Hey, who made a video of me without makeup?!

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    1. *silent audience, someone coughs in the back of the room*

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    2. * There is a pop bottle thrown at the first anon's head.*

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  16. Don't brake for hitchhikers.

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  17. On the outer side of the tube, inspect the inner surface of the tire in that spot to make sure the object that caused the puncture is not still stuck in the tire. Double check the entire inner side of the tire by running your fingers along the entire surface, feeling for obstacles along the way.
    One of the most commonbicycle carbon wheelsbicycle repairs. I personally recommend replacing a tube when you get a leak, but that is not always possible. If done properly, a patch will work just fine. Here’s how it’s done.
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    inspect the outer surface of the tire to make sure there are no sharp objects like a thumb-tack or thorn stuck in the tread.
    Remove Tire
    Remove the valve cap and fully deflatecarbon bicycle wheelthe tube by depressing the valve stem with the hooked end of your tire lever. There are two main types of valve stems, a schrader valve and a presta valve. This tutorial is based on a schrader valve, but I will be covering the different valve types in another tutorial.
    Now it’s time to remove your tire, one side at a time. Choose a section of tire that is away from the valve and hook one of the tire levers under the bead, directly in line with one of your spokes. Pry one side of the tire bead over the edge of the rim, and then hook the end of the tire lever to the nearest spoke. Insert another tire lever two spokes away from the first, and a third another two spokes away. Now the middle lever should fall out, and you can continue the process. When the tire is loose enough you can just run a tire lever around the rest of the rim to pull the whole side over.
    After you have removed one side of the tire, the ICAbike01 other side should come off very easily.
    Now remove the tube from the tire, and trycarbon fiber bicycle frameto keep track of where it was positioned in relation to the tire. Inflate the tube to approximately twice its original size. This will expand the hole making it easier to find.
    Listen carefully to the entire circumference of the tube; you should hear a hissing sound that will indicate where the leak is. As a last resort you can submerge the tube in water and watch for bubbles, but you’ll want to avoid doing this as you’ll need the tube to be completely dry in order for the patch glue to work.
    Once you’ve found the leak, take note ofzipp 404whether it is on the inner or outer side of the tube.

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