Arizona Sons of Liberty

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Comment by Bruce Gilbert on September 3, 2012 at 2:42pm

Michael,  Sorry you been havin the grief with it. Mine needs to have the front end pulled and new fork oil etc. That bearing does seem to take a beating along with the whole front end. I will replace it after hearing of your troubles with it.   I hit  rough cattle guards often,,,I imagine the race is hammered by now.  Hope it comes together okay for ya.

Comment by Michael Baram on September 2, 2012 at 12:21pm

Bruce, I see from your pic we have the same machine.
This is the second time in four months I've needed a repair. First I rode to Utah and came back needing a new steering head bearing, now I came back from Utah (by car) and this happens.
The message is clear. Stay out of Utah.

Comment by Bruce Gilbert on September 2, 2012 at 11:56am

Impersonalization of personal transportation to where a man loses his ability to reasonably "fix" his own,  usurps and denies him his independence,,,and has the overall effect of in essence removing ones nuts.

Comment by Michael Baram on September 2, 2012 at 11:48am

I used to drive Volvo 240s. Built like tanks....hell, they looked like tanks. But I could do most of the work myself (plugs, oil, brakes). Now they require a graduate degree in computer science just to open the hood, and when you do, you can't even see the ground below the engine. I miss the "bricks".

Comment by Michael Baram on September 2, 2012 at 1:36am

Well, we replaced the battery (the old one was definitely kaput) and the bike still won't start. The mechanic sprayed some starter fluid into the intake and it turned over until the fluid was gone, so the fuel is not getting to the cylinders.
The tank is clean as a whistle inside, even after 34,000 miles, so he doesn't think it's the fuel filter, but he'll check it out. What he thinks might be at play is the cam position sensor not passing info to the computer. But in 25 years of working on bikes he's never seen one this clean with a fuel issue...all I know is that I'm going to have to stop eating for a while to pay for all this.

Comment by Jim Williams Az on September 1, 2012 at 4:37pm

Thank you Gary.Nicely hidden Bro.And Yes Gene,they timed the news just right.Late on a Friday just before a long week end hoping no one would notice.Seems to me like Andrew Thomas should be able to get his license back. They took it for the same reason they were investigating Joe.We need to get behind our local people now more than ever.Thank God for Sheriff Joe and his determination not to give in or compromise.

Comment by Michael Baram on September 1, 2012 at 3:54pm

Other countries shut down on election day to allow everyone an opportunity to go to the polls. And I vote by mail, early voting.
I don't see this as giving anyone a specific advantage unless they vote every day of those four.
Besides, it takes a couple of days for the dead to rise and crawl to the voting booth (at least in Chicago).

Comment by RJ on September 1, 2012 at 3:10pm

Anyone care to kick this thought around or help flesh it out?

There have been Amendments to the United States Constitution to assure equitable voting rights based on race, sex, religion, etc.  Because the Constitution stresses voting equality, I have a problem with DOJ's Decision in Ohio to allow them to vote, in person, over a span of 4 days.   

The Federal Courts' Decision to give the citizens of Ohio the ability to vote in in person in the presidential election over the span of 4 days, instead of the single election day that the rest of the country is provided, gives voters of that state a distinctly unfair advantage. Voting inequities are more than unfair, they contradict the intent of Constitution of the United States of America.  It amounts to gerrymandering along political lines.

I don't have issue with week-long LOCALl votes, if that is what a state wants, but federal election voter's rights MUST be equal in order to avoid the dilution of an individual's rights.

I'm feeling ornery about this but would appreciate other thoughts. -- RJ

Comment by Paul Calaway on August 31, 2012 at 11:47am

Happy Birthday to you both , Wendy and Jim. Wendy dont get over charged. Stay Safe .

Comment by Jim Williams Az on August 31, 2012 at 11:33am

Thank You Wendy Hope you are enjoying the trip.God Bless and Ride safe.


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