An apology

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Dude, did I tell yall how much I like my new high volume 26x2.4 CST Rock Hawk tires with ESP! ?
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These suckers are super rugged! Really soak up the bumps! Have superior traction! And just generally look like they'd kick .... and take names!
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I REALLY love them!
They are so choice. If you have the means, I highly recommend them
 
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So, does the ESP help Virginia read other bikes' thoughts? That frame is so rad!
Thanks! Po-Boy version of the Sawyer.

The esp helps her anticipate sharp objects that may puncture a lesser tire, and make small adjustments to avoid being poked by them?

Oh....sorry for the thread diversion.:blush:
 
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Lately, I have been guilty of posting on Build Threads things which are not build-related. To all the builders, I am sorry. Moving forward, I will try to keep my comments directly related to the bike, or to a comment that the builder has made. I'm sorry for all the thread hijacks and sidetracks.
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I've always erred on the side of comedy...
and with things like poverty and war going on in the world
it's nice for some diversions, but diversions from my diversions... look a squirrel, hey how'd that get in my cup and yesterday I...
No wait that wasn't me.

it was Merle.
 
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Thanks. I tend to be verbose, and not great with social cues, especially with the disconnected nature of online communication. I never realize I've crossed a line until it's WAY BACK in the rearview mirror.
 
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