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pintorocket

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Gender: male
Age: 19
Date Signed Up:8/17/2011
Location:Florida
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I like to play guitar and bass and enjoy playing sports.

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#17 - That image scares me.  [+] (2 replies) 04/03/2016 on checkmate atheists. +11
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#30 - Mesmus (04/03/2016) [-]
lux is watching you

all the time
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#40 - pintorocket (04/03/2016) [-]
#44 - They got it backwards.  [+] (1 reply) 01/27/2016 on Webms 9 +5
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#84 - deathcake (01/27/2016) [-]
but he can stop laser blasts with the force
#77 - I just wonder cause if you have to walk to move the bike, your…  [+] (1 reply) 12/13/2015 on Are you Walking or Biking? 0
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#78 - brokentrucker (12/13/2015) [-]
Not really, considering the variable gear ratios, and how many bikes, even single speed, have gears that can "free-wheel". However, reading other comments, apparently it's an electric bike, and the treadmill charges it.
#65 - How do the brakes work on that?  [+] (3 replies) 12/13/2015 on Are you Walking or Biking? 0
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#74 - brokentrucker (12/13/2015) [-]
I can't really tell what kind of brakes they are. The video is a bit too shaky for me, but, no matter the case, all bike brakes work basically the same. You squeeze a leaver, the leaver pulls a cable, the cable pulls the brakes, and they tighten on the rim, or a disc, creating friction and slowing the rotation of the rim. Unless it's coaster brakes. I don't even know how those work. I assume they expand inside the axle hub when you attempt to back-pedal.
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#77 - pintorocket (12/13/2015) [-]
I just wonder cause if you have to walk to move the bike, your walking would really have to be in sync with the velocity of the bike.
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#78 - brokentrucker (12/13/2015) [-]
Not really, considering the variable gear ratios, and how many bikes, even single speed, have gears that can "free-wheel". However, reading other comments, apparently it's an electric bike, and the treadmill charges it.
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