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Kevin K
PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2006 6:21 pm  Reply with quote
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Anyone know anything about these?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Bajaj-Vespa-Stella-scooter-Classic-Wide-Whitewall-Tire_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ34284QQihZ020QQitemZ300054002050QQrdZ1
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Zack would never put those things on his scoot but Skreech would. You bet he would. That wacky bastard.

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It seems he only sells 'amazing products' so I be they are the best.
I wonder if he has one of these with Don Knotts?

Don Knotts Rules


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Don Knots does in fact rule. What was that movie he was in where he turned into a fish? Was it the incredible Mr. Lipit? I don't know but who could forget Mr. Furley from Three's Company? Classic comedy and so much better than The Ropers. Remember the spin off "The Ropers"? That shit sucked but not as bad as the "Very Special" episodes of "Blossom" where blossom had to convice Six that she was too young to have sex with her drug addled boyfriend. How about Charles in Charge? Buddy Lembeck is a comic genius. And last but not least the loveable Mr. Belvedier. Life is more than mere survival. Indeed.

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Does anyone remember the local guy who was a Barney Fife impersonator?
He had an old Ford police car signed by Don Knotts.
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He's still around isn't he? Saw him in N. St. Paul not too long ago.

Oh and to actually answer your question, I havn't heard of those, I'd wait till you see at least one other 'good' shop sell them before giving them a try. Is that same company that makes the stock Bajaj tires?

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One of the guys here actually bought the VESPA that the Barney Fife imitator (Tribute-payer?) used to ride around on.

Topher got a picutre of 'Barney' on the bike after he'd had it running again.

Just to turn this full circle.

And I can't believe that Chris hasn't mentioned the most talented actor and musician on TV- Alan Thicke. How many other people do you know that not only starred in a sitcom, but wrote the friggin' theme song?
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nate wrote:
And I can't believe that Chris hasn't mentioned the most talented actor and musician on TV- Alan Thicke. How many other people do you know that not only starred in a sitcom, but wrote the friggin' theme song?


Are you high? How could you possibly put Alan Thicke on the same level as Don Knotts and Buddy Lembeck, jeeze. Besides he's Canadian and we all know how Chris feels about Canadians (other than dayn and julie)

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I wonder if there'll be an Alan Thicke bonus on the Mad Bastard Rally.
Cranadians...pfft.

And, returning to topic, I wouldn't buy a pair of tires off of Ebay--just wondering if anyone knew anything about them. I'm starting to worry that I'll burn up my Continental W/W's before Scooterville gets anymore!
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Stop with the negitive vibes...
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Matty wrote:

Are you high? How could you possibly put Alan Thicke on the same level as Don Knotts and Buddy Lembeck, jeeze. Besides he's Canadian and we all know how Chris feels about Canadians (other than dayn and julie)


Don Knotts was a great actor, god rest his soul- but Alan Thicke is the total f'n package. I mean, Briney Spears is a pop culture icon, but she doesn't write her music AND she can't act. I mean, Alan Thicke can friggin do it all.

And I can't believe you guys are so racist as to be down on Canadians. Unless you're talking Quebecois, at which point I'm right there with you. They're like French Texans, which is mindboggling.
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How do you say YEE-HAW! in french?
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Nate do you want my spy vs spy card game? sorry, no chaos orb card.
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nate wrote:
but Alan Thicke is the total f'n package.


I'll give him the song writting credit, he did do the Differnt Strokes, Facts of Life and Wheel of Fortune theme songs but as an actor he is a little weak.

Don has been on the Love Boat AND Fantasy Island and starred with Dom Delouise in Cannonball Run II, Alan can't even come close to touching that!

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Does that mean you can get French Texas toast in Quebec ?
Mmmm...thick, eggie goodness.
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