Erroneous Placementizing of Intricated Devicings L

Dr. Horatio Wiggly Tiggly /

So, before you diddle around with your mopeds, you should perhaps opt to take it to a trained mechanic; or you may find that the accelermatrix in your moped-based vehicular contraption may very well lead to failurization; often times due to erroneus placementizing of quite intricated devices. Just a word of warning to would-be tinkerers.

Horatio Tiggly

Obfuscating Erudition by Pretensious Pontificators

The Moped Gawd /

And............ yer a wankin spankin geek toooooo sweetheart.

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Dr. Horatio Wiggly Tiggly /

Your incorrectatious spelling of "Pretentious" has cancelated any opinionation your argumentatious demenor may have had.

Horatio Tiggly

Obfuscating Erudition by a Pretentious Pontificato

The Moped Gawd /

Only to a wankin spankin geek like you.

They're ... I ficksed it.

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SteelToad /

I read your message, and all I can picture is Don King :-)

Darwins Poster Children.

Reeperette /

These guys could serve as an advertisement for a return the cave and club days.

Technology breeds far more idiots than geniuses.

-Ree

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Dr. Horatio Wiggly Tiggly /

So, you read The Onion's publicatious artication about Don King as well, eh? That is most fortudinous.

Horatio Tiggly

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This guy always makes me laugh..

Exactly what kind of moped do you ride Doctor?

Obfuscating Erudition by Pretentious Pontificator

The Moped Gawd /

They don't let patients ride mopeds.

They even watch them closely when they let them out in the fenced in yard to play.

Re: Obfuscating Erudition by Pretentious Pontifica

I'll betcha he doesn't even know what a carbuerator is.

Retard.

Obfuscating Erudition by Pretentious Pontificator

The Moped Gawd /

Hah!... Even the girls are crackin on ya Horatio Bun Huggly

Re: Obfuscating Erudition by Pretentious Pontifica

he sounds like don king. that's for sure. he's making up words based on real words he's heard and using the as adjectives when they should not. only people who are stupied (e.g. don king) and want to sound "intelligent" but are too stupid to even know that they sound like total morons speak like that. what a crazy loser. or should i say ...

"mayperhaps that said that status quo the individuliazationism of the propertiduous evaluativism of the smartification is interestative, yet stillnessitivismly ridiculousitivious."

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Dr. Horatio Wiggly Tiggly /

I am disgustimated by the lacknisity of you people's sense of humor. Sure, when The Onion makes fun of Don King this way, everybody laughs; but when I do it, everybody thinks I'm an idiot. It seems that out of all of you, Nick was the only one to get it. I'm not trying to be taken seriously, people; I'm just popping in to put some zest into your dull forum lives. AND my post was good advice; before you tinker with your moped, take it to a mechanic first. It SOUNDS like common sense, but you would be surprised at how many people just randomly start taking things apart on their moped. Plus, you people are just resorting to childish name-calling. If you don't like what someone posts, you don't call them, "a wankin, spankin geek", "retard", or "crazy loser"; you just tell them what was wrong with their post, like adults. Or, if you MUST be a dull person who calls other people names, then at least have the imagination to be FUNNY about it, like Moped Gawd's hilarious "Obfuscating Erudition by Pretentious Pontificators". So long.

Horatio Tiggly

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Could this be that last we see of Dr. Horatio Wiggly Tiggly?

That last post was frightening he made a good point. What the hell? Normally when people with fake names come on this forum they are full of moped bashing and name calling. Guess we

Re: Obfuscating Erudition by Pretentious Pontifica

Yes, and the original post that you wrote was ever so adult.

We all got it. You were just not amusing. And your advice about mechanics, while possibly well-intended (though it came off as insulting) is silly; you'd run into bills costing more than the original moped. They're really quite simple machines to work on; even I, the not-at-all-mechanically-inclined type, now knows what her carb is, how to take it apart, and put it back together again...all thanks to Moped Bill, not a mechanic.

Keep yer damn mechanics

Reeperette /

>>AND my post was good advice; before you tinker with your moped, take it to a mechanic first.<<

$60.00/Hour, Minimum 1-1/2 hours for some chump who only knows motorcycle and seadoo engines to fiddle with MY wheels, and prolly leave it worse off in the deal ?!

You have got to be kidding, besides which, the LAST time I took my 'ped to a shop - it never came back !, the shop was busted for choppin mopeds on the side, and mine was never found.

Add into that a suspicion of mine that a certain other local shop (now out of business, thanks-be) was stealing them back and recrating them till they were not "hot" anymore.

I became very suspicious when more then 70% of the mopeds they sold were stolen almost exactly 90days later...and while the Odometer on mine read Zero, the 'ped did not look/feel new....easy enough to put a new odometer on, if you know how.

My reccommendation for those that don't have the technical skill is to find your local "wizard"...every neighborhoods got one, a cranky old longwinded bastard who can fix damn near anything, if you can convince him to try.

I should know...having done that in my time, on BOTH ends of the conversation.

(If you listen to that old bastard long enough, you learn some really neat stuff.)

-Ree

Re: Keep yer damn mechanics

Me and my friend Delemae have a bingo batavus and a garelli we found them and fixed them up ourselves , as for a mechanic u get a mechanic u know to look at it or u talk to ur auto-shop teacher or machine shop teacher

mopeds rule

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