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by Glenn Franxman, Django Developer / Stunt Programmer.

Possibly my last ride for 2008

posted: 2008-12-14 03:42:27 perma-link, RSS comments feed

Took my motorcycle out today for one last ride. I think the temperatures were in the upper 30's/lower 40's.
It went really well. At one point I was on one of Knoxville's many roads that run parallel to the rail lines and followed alongside the engine of a coal train for several miles. It was pretty cool, but this experience was marred by two things.

First, my winter gloves aren't winter enough. After about 30 minutes of riding my index finger started getting pretty cold and it just spread from there to all of my fingers.

Second, I couldn't get the Llama Llama song and its Obama variant out of my head.

Looks like 2009 is going to be the year I start wiring my bike for sound and either heated gloves or heated grips. I trust heated gloves more and grips require replacing the existing grips, but you can't forget to take the grips with you which is an undeniable advantage.



Mabel commented, on August 21, 2012 at 3:18 a.m.:

The heck with too far back I like my testicles. I want a gosh-darn back fneder or at least some sort of something at the back of the seat to keep me falling off of it!Only an idiot would get on something like that, in the slippery snow, and open it up relying merly on holding onto the handlebars to keep you (and your crotch) off of that heuvos-devouring rapidly moving track.Ouch!I've seen a few streetbikes with similar lack of rear fnederage and always wonder what (if anything) is running through their creator's twisted little retarded heads.Stupid!


Shijie commented, on September 22, 2012 at 10:24 p.m.:

Should be the Street Triple R, winter edotiin' on account of the adjustable forks and radial mount calipers. You wouldn't need heated grips either since that exhaust is so close your rear end would be on fire.Am I the only one that actually likes the twin headlights? I think the alien monocle everyone is throwing on is fugly


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Kalishiya commented, on June 26, 2013 at 6:09 p.m.:

Have you looked at TurboGears2? It has an admin iaentfrce, and is built on top of Pylons. There's also Rum, which provides a db admin UI for SQLAlchemy models, FormAlchemy also quickly turns SA models into an admin tool, and there's Sprox which is used under the hood for TG2 s admin (which should work with fairly vanilla Pylons apps soon I believe).

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