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Every action or decision requires logic.

 

According to Webster:

Logic noun log·ic \ˈlä-jik\

 

2: Something that forces a decision apart from or in opposition to reason

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Every action or decision requires logic.

 

According to Webster:

Logic noun log·ic \ˈlä-jik\

 

2: Something that forces a decision in opposition to reason

 

Yup! That applies to women.....!! :gator:

 

 

 

 

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what's happened to bruce anyway did he get a forced holiday again? tried contacting him but i've either upset him somehow and he's ignoring me or he just didn't get my messages.

 

:b33r:

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:tup:

 

very rarely visit that part of the forum.

 

glad it's not a forced holiday and hope he changes his mind at some point and starts posting again, i do miss him.

 

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glad it's not a forced holiday and hope he changes his mind at some point and starts posting again, i do miss him.

 

:b33r:

 

I think a lot of us share that sentiment. I sent him a message shortly after his 'self imposed' exile began but, like yourself, did not get a response

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People often complain about the police, but you rarely hear about the positive things they do, such as this incident involving a biker and a frozen carburetor.

Last January on a bitterly cold winter's day, a North Dakota State Trooper on patrol came upon a motorcyclist who was stalled by the roadside. The biker was swathed in heavy protective clothing and wearing a full-face helmet to protect the face from the cold weather.

Whats the matter? asked the Trooper

"Carburetor's frozen," was the terse reply.

"Pee on it. That will thaw it out."

"I can't," said the biker.

"OK, watch me closely and I'll show you." The Trooper unzipped and promptly warmed the carburetor as promised.

Moments later the bike started and the rider drove off, waving.

A few days later, the local State Troopers office received a note of thanks from the father of the motorcyclist.

It began: "On behalf of my daughter Jill..."

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