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    Default Re: how we react in emergencies--New Scientist article

    Quote Originally Posted by Yorick View Post
    But you're waaaaaaaaaaay older now
    Indeed; I'm not going to say so, but I doubt he could fold his knees onto an AR80 now


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    Default Re: how we react in emergencies--New Scientist article

    Quote Originally Posted by Horse View Post
    Indeed; I'm not going to say so, but I doubt he could fold his knees onto an AR80 now
    He's probably forgotten it now anyway

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    Default Re: how we react in emergencies--New Scientist article

    Quote Originally Posted by Horse View Post
    "Bigger, comfy" was what I said
    CB500X is pretty comfortable. Wind protection is near-naked, like the CX500. It is a pity they don't make another shaft drive middle weight. I suppose the Deauville was it.

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