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The Canada Forum continues to grow and Steve G , well he is still Steve G.
hahaha - I can appreciate Steve G for the same reasons I don't, either way he was/is one of the voices that made/makes this place spin.

I would argue that age is probably one of the big factors that has led to a drop in traffic. We've all probably calmed down a bit and don't need to natter away like we used to when we were young'ins.
 
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hahaha - I can appreciate Steve G for the same reasons I don't, either way he was/is one of the voices that made/makes this place spin.

I would argue that age is probably one of the big factors that has led to a drop in traffic. We've all probably calmed down a bit and don't need to natter away like we used to when we were young'ins.
I put forward that the slow demise of this particular sportbike forum had a lot to do with the change in,,,,,,ownership and resultant debacle of re-registering problems. I know of 6 persons who said screw it, moved on. Throw in the reduction of general sportbike sales as a % of motorcycle sales, which in general is also dropping. Grey hair is prominent in any bike gathering, pre bat flu. Sportbikes in 2020 are very near the apex of what can be achieved technology wise. They are astoundingly capable machines on the track right out of the box or showroom floor. Riding them on the street of a busy city, or on the currently very restricted speed limits and heavy handed fine structure in BC, unapologetic full race tuck sitting position, I mean geez, I'll take a 150hp + KTM Superduke GT any day. Or any other power house ADV. I took my 'aged' tiny superbike to Squambucks last weekend, my body rejected the whole idea, and a massive glass of red wine was the only thing to make it better.

Views about myself and my views expressed I completely understand are not taken well at all. I'm fine with those views. Persons easily bruised by opposing opinions are the signature of western society in 2020. Easily bruised persona will have a difficult life I think, a classic example of marxist education system's drive to alter western society, the greatest society in mankind's history.
 

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BCSB Bingo:

we gotta drink anytime SteveG drops his favorite buzzwords:

"Western Society"(always mentioned with disdain, as if he's somehow not part of it)
"Anarchy/ist"
"Marxist"
"Bat flu"

...fuck, I'm buzzed already... 3 of 4 in that latest post alone...
perhaps I'll do up a quick post-scraper to grab the full vocab list, ... don't think it'd be more than 500 unique words used anyways
 

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The alternatives you have?

How about the youngest country to ever exist the now defunct anarchist utopia of CHAZ, followed by CHOP? Worked great as long as there was a Dominos Pizza down the street.
 

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thatsa B I N G OOooooo
 

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Still waiting for that shining light example of society which will apex the lifestyle of hard working tax payers within the “Axis of Good” in 2020? Surly you cannot mention the current full slave trade markets of the Middle East? Post USSR dictatorship for life Russia? Come on little fella, the big laughing face emoji much have a better way. Offer it or go back into your dirt hole!
 

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Easily bruised persona will have a difficult life I think, a classic example of marxist education system's drive to alter western society, the greatest society in mankind's history.
Im a bit curious as to how a marxist education system is using a softy approach to alter western society. Sometimes I think you sound like Conrad Black on a bike:)
 

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Im a bit curious as to how a marxist education system is using a softy approach to alter western society. Sometimes I think you sound like Conrad Black on a bike:)
Marxist based educators manipulating young minds to vote for their socialist in a box candidate. Pretty easy to observe and witness at any angle.
 

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aaa yes, the ol' "it's a Marxist based education system because it's run by Marxist based educators" argument. rock-solid reasoning there, Sure-lock

Pretty easy to observe, indeed. "Marx" has been an absolute boogeyman to the crippled conservative right for decades now, "marx man bad"

Your world view is hilariously out of date Steve. "OH shit granpas' going off on communists again"
 

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Still waiting for that shining light example of society which will apex the lifestyle of hard working tax payers within the “Axis of Good” in 2020? Surly you cannot mention the current full slave trade markets of the Middle East? Post USSR dictatorship for life Russia? Come on little fella, the big laughing face emoji much have a better way. Offer it or go back into your dirt hole!
My, oh my, one little smiley face got you THAT worked up?

Suggest you do some extended traveling outside of western countries (no, a week in an all-inclusive doesn't count) and actually experience other cultures and societies, instead of spouting your clearly brainwashed ignorance. But let's be real, you won't dare to step outside your comfort bubble.

PS. Here's one more for you:



Enjoy! :)
 

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My, oh my, one little smiley face got you THAT worked up?

Suggest you do some extended traveling outside of western countries (no, a week in an all-inclusive doesn't count) and actually experience other cultures and societies, instead of spouting your clearly brainwashed ignorance. But let's be real, you won't dare to step outside your comfort bubble.

PS. Here's one more for you:



Enjoy! :)
I’m quite enjoying this. It’s you lads that seem triggered. I claim victory as the person who’s being called childish names. Im
Not about to offer my travel portfolio to you. I’ve seen it all, had 26 machine guns pointed at me and my buds in far eastern banana dictatorships, been dive bombed by cartel Cessnas in far distant southern Mexico, and all facing out. Dead bodies on beaches, in hotel rooms, as part of my work. Entertaining. Just as this simple little thread. ThNkyou for the fun. Please continue.
 

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I claim victory
ok. shutdown BCSB, we're done here. Steve G wins it all!

 
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I miss all the best oil, chain lube, and hayabusa for first bike arguments. Also chicken strips and kawi=junk.
The only thing that get us worked up now is whatever is trending on the 6pm news.
Boy have we aged.
 

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I miss all the best oil, chain lube, and hayabusa for first bike arguments. Also chicken strips and kawi=junk.
The only thing that get us worked up now is whatever is trending on the 6pm news.
Boy have we aged.
50% here don’t even ride bikes, is it any wonder.
 

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I miss all the best oil, chain lube, and hayabusa for first bike arguments. Also chicken strips and kawi=junk.
The only thing that get us worked up now is whatever is trending on the 6pm news.
Boy have we aged.
Everyone knows that the R1 is the perfect starter-literbike
 

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Easily bruised persona will have a difficult life I think, a classic example of marxist education system's drive to alter western society, the greatest society in mankind's history.
what/who do you see as the marxist education system?

do you not see any irony in your statement/proclamation of western society as the greatest in mankind's history?

also wondering if you see any irony in your detestation of Marx considering the influence of his work?
 
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