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05-15-2009 07:52 AM
CAG
Quote:
Originally Posted by esq'z me View Post
Nope, third time was not.

3 strikes at the plate. I'm on the bench for the rest of the game.

Gina is my mistress. She makes me very happy.
You're just out for one inning. Don't sit out the whole game.
05-15-2009 01:13 AM
BlessedMV
Third Times the Charm???

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Originally Posted by CAG View Post
I know, Ed. I like the one I have too. You should get one.

I know you've had two already, but maybe "third time's the charm".
Guy's, this reminds me of the time I got a haircut and the barber next to me was talking to a customer he knew in H.S. The customer said, "hey, you married so and so from High School, how is she doing? The barber explained that their marriage did not work out. The customer, as Carl suggested, said Third times a charm. To this, the barber said, "Yeah, but seven's my lucky number."

Back on point...

I would buy the Senna.
05-14-2009 11:00 PM
Randarosa
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Originally Posted by CAG View Post
Rats. To rich for my blood.

Besides, you are a nice looking couple and look happy.
Hell, Caggy, at $5.0M, she's too rich for Peter as well.

And Ed, you're NOT on the bench for the duration. Stop saying that. We'll not hear that shit here.....
05-14-2009 10:42 PM
esq'z me
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Originally Posted by CAG View Post
I know, Ed. I like the one I have too. You should get one.

I know you've had two already, but maybe "third time's the charm".
Nope, third time was not.

3 strikes at the plate. I'm on the bench for the rest of the game.

Gina is my mistress. She makes me very happy.
05-14-2009 10:37 PM
CAG I know, Ed. I like the one I have too. You should get one.

I know you've had two already, but maybe "third time's the charm".
05-14-2009 10:34 PM
esq'z me Hey.....you already have one....unless you're living in a very rural part of Utah, that's all you are allowed, Carl.
05-14-2009 10:32 PM
CAG Rats. To rich for my blood.

Besides, you are a nice looking couple and look happy.
05-14-2009 10:19 PM
Reopropf
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Originally Posted by CAG View Post
How much? Any pics?
Carl,

Lawyer says ~$5,000,000.
05-14-2009 07:32 PM
DB Graves There's a reason these bikes are coming down in price...before you buy a Desmo, ask 2-3 owners how much of their bike's "life" has been spent in the shop. Plus, if price is an issue...wait a year and you'll be able to buy one for $30K
05-14-2009 06:57 PM
ASM
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Originally Posted by Timster View Post
yes if i would look for a tambo the new one for 40k would maybe my choice. but then again for 40k you get a used Desmosedici with 1500 miles. its on ebay right now from a dealer in colorado. Also if i would register the tambo i would instantly loose 6-7k. I actually want to ride the bike not just look at it.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Ducat...ht_1204wt_1108
Wow....that must definitely hurt...>35% loss after 1,500 miles...
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