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Actually *not* precisely, but rather vaguely. Might either of you point to the book on "common courtesy" please? Maybe the same author wrote the bedrock "Common Sense" as well? I propose a one-liner that sums up such thinking and would save readers from ever reading such books: "It's obvious."
Sorry @mongwolf, I intended this reply to come below. I must have clicked the wrong Reply. I have not been able to determine how to edit/delete comments.
Oh well, will paste here and be redundant. Passionate about all topics that I provide attention to, and I believe I speak for you, the author, and coot271. Mostly I am concerned that coot271 brought up a key question that has been swept under disguised responses, first by the author and second by an editor:…
Woah, I must have clicked the wrong Reply button? It was in the correct position while editing, but now appears as a Reply to mongwolf. If editors/moderators can move it to the correct position, please do. Otherwise, please erase it (I have copied the text).
Passionate about all topics that I provide attention to, and I believe I speak for you, the author, and coot271. Mostly I am concerned that coot271 brought up a key question that has been swept under disguised responses, first by the author and second by an editor: "no one forced you to read it..." means…
@Jeff_Barber Logically then, the narrower the tire, the more aesthetically pleased you (and those you represent) will be. I challenge you to simply 1/2 the width of your tire and make a blog entry on convincing others to no longer ride fat. Your use of "100% growth" in this specific case is a misleading argument,…
@coot271 Ok, so you're not into being nice. No prob, the "idiot" tag can be ignored and your pre-emptive personal attacks simply swept away. I strike it up to adolescent postering. Are you an adolescent? Anyways, you have an important point to discuss that is buried w/in the postering: "...don't worry about double tracks". Elaborate…
Jackemeyer   on Aug 1, 2015
added a review of Houston-Mesa Loop
 

Probably my favorite (I'm a beginner) trial at this time. I can ride it for hours and never be bored,...
Jackemeyer   on Jul 24, 2015
added Houston-Mesa Loop
 
Leaving Parking lot, look for brown signs that say "Trail" -- that will keep you dedicated to the 11 miler,...
Jackemeyer   on Jul 24, 2015
added a review of Hawes Loop
 

We (my friends and I) are beginners, alternating between 1990's fully rigid mtbs and intro- Front Suspensions (Trek & Montague)....
Jackemeyer   on Jul 11, 2015
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