Shame on him
Shame on him
3 if you count me inOriginally Posted by mjemec
DIrect Injection TECHnology
Are all these "Other" guys Slovenian?
ast, Demo, Jebediah, Maza, mjemec
Nope. Maza is from Finland (i found that in his profile) and for ast i dont know. But i doubt hes from Slovenia.
Well it is neck and neck between the Aussie's and Yank's, but if it is going to go by our swimmers Olympic performances, the Aussie's will WIN but it will be very close.
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Yep, a finn. Where is Slovenia anyway?Originally Posted by mjemec
I found my way here by google, cause this forum is more informative than finnish forum www.motot.net (which I use more active), because of the knowing users. Tack för dem.
Tipical... Nobody knows where Slovenia is.
(number 13, above Croatia, under Austria, Italy on the West, Hungary on the East). Capital of Slovenia is Ljubljana. Slovenia has about 2 mil inhabitants. AND WE ARE NOT SLOVAKIA!!!
Relax man, noticed that rolleye-smily? No worries, I've been on my geography-lessons.
I'd like to live in a country some day where the name of the country doesn't fit on the map of it.
I know. I just wrote those things so everybody would know where Slovenia is.Originally Posted by Maza
@TiminIndy: there are some good and some bad things with small countries... For instance:
- PayPal doesnt support us so our shoping on ebay is pretty limited etc.
+ We dont have terrorist threats and that stuff...
We re getting more known now we re in European Union. But some people still mix us with Slovakia.
But i cant complain to much cause we live quite good if you compare it with Croatia and other southern and eastern european countries. I think we are on the same level as Austria or Italy just smaller.
Yeah I know what it's like getting your country confused - just like Australia and Austria! I mean it's an easy mistake - we 'just speak different languages and are in different hemispheres on the planet, one group wear lederhosen the others board shorts...
came in at the right time then......
...from Pittsburgh, PA. I have a fully de-restricted 2002 Ditech with just about 9,000 miles on the clock, completely stock except for 5.9g rollers and a kevlar belt. We have LOTS of hills around here, so top-end speed is not as high a priority as low-end grunt, hence the really light rollers. The stock exhaust is (from what I've gathered...) the best for this type of set-up, even if it is an anchor. I still see the high side of 50mph, though.
I really want to re-paint my bike in a fighter-plane replica scheme, either a P-51 Mustang (complete with b/w D-Day invasion stripes...) or an A-10 in flat grey with the sharks mouth/teeth and all. What do you think?
So how is it going down under in AustriaOriginally Posted by MultiplexMan
I am from Switzerland, between France, Germany, Italy and Austria