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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Cycles

    Quote Originally Posted by happycampyer View Post
    ....except purple...
    RAL 4004 is a good one.
    Claret.
    Just did one in this.
    It is a color you don't see every day.
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    Because friction is inelegant atmo.




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    Practicing safe Sachs atmo.





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    Knobbied for greater sensitivity.
     

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    No. Knobbied for pleasure.
    Quote Originally Posted by happycampyer View Post
    Knobbied for greater sensitivity.
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    1979 called in today atmo.





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    Fork crown looks naked.
     

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    Well, all is really very well according to my opinion.

    read more here -
    Going Number One | RICHARD SACHS CYCLES




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    .

    There's this scene in the film Backdraft in which the character played
    by Donald Sutherland asks, "Did it look at you? Did the fire look at you?"

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    Sideways | RICHARD SACHS CYCLES




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    The units Iím presently involved in are real; but if I do stumble on my way back, let me do it without a name attached.

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    Some folks seem to be born with ambition.

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    --- Behind the Greendoor:

    1956 song
    1972 movie

    only richard knows!!

    ronnie with a smile
     

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    Yeah, I saw that movie when I was about 15 years old. I had become curious about this this stack of VHS tapes I saw up on the top shelf in my parent's closet.

    Nuf said.
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    There is no test one takes for creative license.
    And I never drive without mine close by atmo.

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    My Strawberry Statement

    A recent article on Ivy-Style tells about the so called coat-and-tie-rule and social deterioration at Harvard in the late sixties. I donít know how some angst-ridden and counterculture crusades begin, but we had our version at The Peddie School. When I arrived in 1969, all boys had a dress code for classes, meals, and chapel. Iím not the conforming type, but thought the uniform look was kindaí sortaí cool.

    By the time I graduated in 1971, it was a different environment. Neat was the only standard. Neat, as in no jeans, shirts had to have collars and be tucked in. No sneakers in class. Sideburns were permitted. We still had the crested jackets and school ties for the more ceremonious occasions. During my time on campus I saw the styles ease, as well as other long time standards change.

    And then there was the time some of us took over Longstreet Hall, the schoolís canteen and now part of the library system at Peddie. For two days, we locked ourselves in and protested until that fateful hour we pulled Mr. Roberts, the English Department head, through an open window and allowed him to negotiate on behalf on the administration. We thought we won. They likely thought they did.

    While in Hightstown this October, I saw the current Headmaster, Peter Quinn. I mentioned that Deb had just taken pictures of me on the steps of Longstreet and that I was part of the cabal that owned the building for two days in 1970. He said a plaque now exists inside and speaks to the ordeal. He asked about the siege, since the truth is lost to other stories that have come and gone since.

    I couldnít recall the details. I told Mr. Quinn I thought our group was part of an in-between generation. Too young for the war. Had no first-hand experience with Woodstock or its ilk. And certainly not wise enough to appreciate the events at Columbia, or Kent State, or even Harvard. But we wanted to make a mark as all students do. Locking ourselves in the canteen was our way of saying we care. But about what, who really knows?

    My blue Peddie blazer still hangs in the closet and I wear its several times a year. It reminds me that Iím part of a tradition thatís lasted well over a century and a half. Time rarely passes without me thinking about my days there, even the two I canít remember much about.




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    Occupy Longstreet
     

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    --- "a man must occupy his space at his pace & leave his trace.."

    with a smile, ronnie
     

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    The RS logo Colsinos keep your neck warm, hide hickeys, and will get you on the Best Dressed lists.
    They're also a good place to practice lead out trains according to my opinion. Details here.
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    #brandonneuring circa 1970 atmo -




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