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Old 03-15-2012, 05:41 PM   #167241
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Lol. modded lawnmowers.

I was gonna cut my grass today but I picked up a shift at work.

we have a Honda self propelled mower. It is really nice, you just engage the clutch, no more pushing the lawnmower around the yard. My dad found it on the side of the street, someone was gonna throw it out because the control for the drive speed was broke. He just went to the lawnmower shop and bought the part for like $20.

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Lol. modded lawnmowers.

I was gonna cut my grass today but I picked up a shift at work.

we have a Honda self propelled mower. It is really nice, you just engage the clutch, no more pushing the lawnmower around the yard. My dad found it on the side of the street, someone was gonna throw it out because the control for the drive speed was broke. He just went to the lawnmower shop and bought the part for like $20.

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if i saw any lawnmower on the curb for trash i'd grab it. rebuilds are super easy and you can power stupid stuff with them!
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That doesn't even matter. Walk to work for great success.
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you then, are not embracing true ways of california!
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Old 03-15-2012, 05:49 PM   #167248
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LOL, walk from Riverside to Irvine? I know people in shape that would give that challenge a resounding "No".
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you then, are not embracing true ways of california!
It's true. I bought into the car culture thing, but I'm quite rebellious when it comes to commuting.
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LOL, walk from Riverside to Irvine? I know people in shape that would give that challenge a resounding "No".
So Chad just needs to bring work and home closer together.
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It's true. I bought into the car culture thing, but I'm quite rebellious when it comes to commuting.
being able to walk to work != commuting
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So Chad just needs to bring work and home closer together.
although most homes in Riverside are mobile, Chads is not.
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So Chad just needs to bring work and home closer together.
So you want him to stay away from Irvine and remain cooped up in the nothingness of Riverside?
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LOL, Kalim "bought into the car culture"..that's Socal. :doingitwrong: Norcal has hippies and nekkid gheys.
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it's the trickle down effect from Oregon

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At least not in California. You should have seen the looks on people's faces when I told them I walked a quarter mile to work when I was in my old apt complex. lol
It's now a mile, but still no biggie.
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LOL, walk from Riverside to Irvine? I know people in shape that would give that challenge a resounding "No".
not a problem on the bike trail if you wanted to do it one way

but both to and from work....... hell no.
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