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About Vulcan_Rider

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  • Birthday 04/03/1987

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    Matt
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    2000 Kawasaki Vulcan Classic fi 1500

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  1. Let the market run its course. If your company needs to be bailed out then you failed to set up your company properly or you have a shit product that cant hold it's ground. If they die then other companies gain a larger market share which in turn will have them looking to put more dealerships and factories here. Look at the auto industry, Toyota employs almost as many Americans as Chrysler. If I had my way then GM and Dodge would have folded instead of the government bailing them out. If a company, especially those the size of Harley or GM or Dodge, cannot manage to set themselves up for success and adapt to the market then they need to die and let those with better product and/or business structure continue to thrive.
  2. I feel like anyone who is in the market for an adventure bike would not even give the Harley a look. This thing is going to flop hard.
  3. I talked to him and he is not comfortable with it. But he did say there probably is or will be openings soon.
  4. I will see him tomorrow so I'll talk to him about it and let you know.
  5. My friend works for Cleveland Clinic in their accounting department and he says they are almost always hiring. The Rona may have put a damper on things but I would check to see if they are hiring.
  6. Don't you have to slap the other person in the face with it before you throw it down?
  7. Most of these situations are completely avoidable and I saw what was going to happen before it ever did. #1 rule I tell any new rider I meet is to ride like you are invisible, nobody sees you, nobody looks for you, nobody knows you are there. Don't get me wrong most of these drivers were fucking idiots but as a rider you have to understand you will never win that battle.
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    Adam Corolla Show Adam and Dr. Drew Show (basically loveline if you remember that show) Hollywood Babble-on (Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman doing a hollywood news type show with a mix of pop culture and geek stuff) Alan Cox Show (afternoon radio show in Cleveland)
  9. sent to the 2 that ignored me and a nicer version to the one that responded.
  10. Isn't there a place in Columbus called the Oasis or something close to that? I seem to remember a meet up where that place was discussed.
  11. My pizza shop delivers to them pretty often. I keep telling my drivers to ask for a tip in non cash form. I miss Pinky's, that place had no rules. I was in there at 16 drinking and enjoying the stage. Now that spot is a lexus dealership...damn gentrification.
  12. As it turns out the gun my dad has is an m&p 9c not a shield. Went to fin to look at the shield and the difference between a double stack 9c and single stack shield was huge. The gun felt comfortable so I bought it. After the rebate I'm looking at $383 for the gun, speed loader, 3 boxes of range ammo and a box of Hornady critical defense I do still have some extra cash so may just end up back at fin for the bodyguard
  13. This I'm a cheap ass (not hi point cheap but still cheap) that's why I was looking at these 2. I know they are quality guns and they are a great price at the moment.
  14. I have been looking around for a good gun to conceal carry. It just so happens that Fin Feather & Fur is having a pretty damn good sale this month with a couple of great deals on Smith's. Great price on both guns I'm just not sure which to go with. I like the idea of a 9mm because I already own a Glock 17 and buying the same rounds for 2 guns seems convenient plus I like the 8+1 capacity with the extended mag. However the few times I shot my dad's 9mm shield I did not really like it, I did not like the grip and at the time just straight up didn't like the way it shot. When I shot his gun it was the first few times I went shooting and he had a large backstarp on it. Since then I have bought my own gun and am waaaaaaay more comfortable shooting. Since I have a lot more range time and experience I have not had the chance to shoot a shield 9mm again. The bodyguard seems like a nice small gun for easy concealment but I'm not sure if it will be too small for comfortable shooting and dont really like the idea of a 6+1 capacity. Any thoughts on either of these guns? In case you were wondering here is the link to the flyer. https://www.finfeatherfur.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/May_DirectMailer2017_WEB.pdf
  15. I just got a response. I emailed 3 and only 1 responded (well their assistant did) and it took 9 days. Matthew, This is definitely something that the Representative will look into. We understand your argument, as well as the argument from the other side vouching for more awareness. We will do some research, and hopefully come up with a fix to this issue. Thanks, Brandon Brandon Sagraves Legislative Aide | Representative Steve Hambley Rep69@ohiohouse.gov
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