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What mud guard / fender should I get for my MTB so that my back doesn't look like it shat itself?
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You should get the KXR SuperGuard JJ-2307 CMTG CyclingFender™
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>>980282
How about 'one that fits your bike' and leave it at that?

Alternately, you can MAN THE FUCK UP and be muddy and dirty like everyone else who like to play in the mud and the dirt, and not look like an autist in the process.
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>>980294
>like everyone else who like to play in the mud and the dirt
Do you still eat glue?

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"Hi, I'm gonna tell you a bunch of really obvious shit but with a very clickbait title! Did you know that tour riders use a team?"

at least they have good production values
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Agreed.
I really only listen to this guys for background noise while I put on my shoes or some shit.
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>>980154
and often very good information and not so obvious as you say, GCNs are bros + fun to watch + based brit harsh banter towards the brick

best yt channel by far basically
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>>980161
>>980154
>>980163
>and often very good information and not so obvious as you say, GCNs are bros + fun to watch + based brit harsh banter towards the brick

like this is a good video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3RG5dztrXM

This is the bikes board
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no you down tube this is for all transportation, including bikes
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>>980000
Quads have spoken
Internal combustion belongs on /o/ with the rest of the inconsiderate cager lifestyle
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>>980143
>inconsiderate cager lifestyle
Anyone who posts such infantile drivel as anything involving the word 'cager' belongs in the >>>/trash/

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Let's say you are me

You are a cyclist but left cycling for 5 years.

You didn't road bike but now you're interested in road biking and competing

You don't have a very big budget

You're not sure if you'll like road biking but you're drawn to it and feel a need to pursue it because you have good legs and endurance and the need for competition.

For $350 you find a 30 year old road bike that catches your eye. It's a Bianchi.

Do you buy it? Pic related.
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No I'd just buy the BD Claris bike.

If I'm spending $350 on a vintage bike it better be damn nice and not just ok.
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Also kickstand. Nope.
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>>979321
personally no, but then again I'm not a poorfag and I am gainfully employed... then again I am stingy and I believe you can find a suitable bike in the $1200 range

Dream Bike Thread

if i had the money this would be on order tomorrow £3500 D:
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sup /n/

/fa/ here

looking for a city commuter bike like the shinola arrow but without the 1000 price tag

i love the geometry and can always add fenders and a rack to it but i wanted to ask advice for any brands you guys might be into

thanks in advance!
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Not trying to be elitist here, but let me ask why you want handle bars like that if you're commuting?

Drops would give you all the hand positions your bike would, but with added options when you inevitably run into headwinds, or your writs get a little sore or something.
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Pappillionaire Classic
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>>978729
not available until august
>>978728
i like upright riding for the comfort

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jul/08/indonesia-traffic-jam-deaths-java-brebes-brexit-junction

Vile cagers will actually defend this
>if I can't have my metal box millions will literally die!
>mass transit isn't efficient!
>bikes are too hard!
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"Twelve people have died after being stuck in a three-day traffic jam in Indonesia at an intersection known as “Brexit” "

IT JUST DOESN'T STOP
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>>977898

>twelve brown people

Brexit still stands as effective.

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Fuck this.
The two buses in this picture are supposed to be fifteen (15) minutes apart. But somehow the first one (operated by Deutsche Bahn) manages to amass an insane amount of delay on its much shorter route, almost every time. In this case, it was almost 20 minutes late.
Somehow, the bus operated by the local transport authority (the second one in this picture) is never more than five minutes late, and mostly on time outside of rushhour. It travels about three kilometers through a densely populated urban area before sharing its route with the other bus.

General...
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>The Granite State Poll, conducted by the UNH Survey Center from January 27-February 6, 2011, showed overwhelming support for the Capital Corridor project generally, and strong support from all areas of the state and across all political parties and ideologies.[10] There is also strong support for the project among the business community in Nashua and Manchester, including the respective chambers of commerce and New Hampshire Businesses for Transportation and Infrastructure. Local elected officials of both parties have also expressed support for the project,...
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>>976919
I've seen two, at times even three buses of the same line, one right behind the other
REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>976929
Could you elaborate what the problem here is? Politicians not keeping their promises after the election?
>>976931
Are you sure they don't just send twice or thrice the number of buses for larger crowds? I've seen that happen around here, especially with school buses.

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>if you could
what stops you, OP?
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>>975839
the railroad police, always keeping a playa down

;_; it's over guys.

http://www.1chan.net/rail/
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>>974839
>as the owner of the site, I am personally accountable and liable for any abuse or illicit content that occurs.
But that's wrong
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Well, time to take off that invisibility cloak and settle in permanently then.
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I can't believe it...

No more Corny either.

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Why do people get so mad at Grant when Shinola is the real enemy?
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>>970178
How is Shinola the real enemy? Shinola doesn't write books about shitty proud to be a hardcore casual shittier is better ideology.

Shinola makes watches, and they contract Waterford to make luxury branded bikes.
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>>970181
Shinola doesn't make watches any more than they make bikes

The brand was created by a rich guy who read a study that showed consumers would gladly pay a steep markup on anything stamped "made in Detroit"

So that's what he sells. He bought an abandoned factory to stamp "Detroit" on stuff
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>>970185
And how does that make them "the real enemy"? Since when have there been American made movements?

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Who pla/n/espotting here?
post gear and photo's of your catches
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Links:
https://planefinder.net/
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Pilot here, into casual planespotting with my S5. Glad I got to rise beyond the causals around me and actually do something with my hobby.

Remembering my flight sim days really is enough to make me cringe.
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>>982345
neat, I just ordered a dedicated spotting scope and tripod, already got binoculars and I love to lay outside with this weather in my comfy chair and look up to the planes, pic related

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What are /n/'s thoughts on a bike GPS? I recently got into cycling and would like to do longer rides than simply riding around the local neighbor hood 5 times but I'm terrible with navigation and sometimes even manage to get lost with GPS. I also panic easily and I don't want to venture into an unknown area and get lost. I was looking at various garmin models and figured I would go all out with their top of the line model, the edge 1000, granted I would have to save and pinch pennies for a few months to afford it but I figure it would be worth it to just go for...
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i use a cheap blu phone on the bars as my gps. 40$. bike gps is not that great and costs way more.
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>>982176
820 just came out, so you should see how that stacks up with the 1000. 820 no longer has a micro sd card slot, 32GB internal storage which should hold a lot of maps.
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>>982176
Are you shilling for Garmin or something?

GPS on a bike is only really useful for loading pre-determined routes into so you don't get lost on a long ride or somewhere you're not familiar with. I've got a Joule GPS (which the upgraded me to for free when two non-GPS Joule's came up defective) and 95% of the time the GPS itself is turned off because I know where I'm going.

>I also panic easily and I don't want to venture into an unknown area and get lost.
Maybe...
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Thinking about picking up unicycling and would like to eventually take to trails.

Is this a good one? I'm 5'7", 165 lbs. Never unicycled before, but used to be into road and mountain biking.

I'd also like to replace my longboard with the unicycle for my commute if things go well.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik/5680243164.html
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Looks good. But you should consider changing that uncomfortable saddle for a noseless moon saddle
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>>982020
I figured $325 is a lot to drop on a unicycle, considering I don't even know how to do it yet.

But then I figured, worse case scenario I could try to resell it.

Another thing I need to worry about is getting some crash gear; knees, gloves and helmet. Maybe elbows too
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>>982020
Are you fucking around? I don't think you can ride a nose-less unicycle, can you?

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Sup /n/

So I went to the local bike shop (there is only one I know of in Radford VA I know of) for the first time. My front brake was making a weird sound when being used. No squeaking just a kinda soft scraping sound at regular intervals. Also I had it adjusted as far as it could go without dragging but the length of pull on was still long as hell. Pads are fairly worn but not completely worn out yet.
Anyways I take it into the shop and the dude says he can't hear the sound and my brakes are fine. I think "ok, good. Was probably a fluke or some shit. I can...
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>>982000

No.

Braking primarily with the front is objectively correct riding technique. Rear brake is for speed modulation. Front is for stopping.

The shop monkey you talked to was an ignorant faggot, like basically all bike shop employees.

The good news is that you found out how bad your LBS is without it costing you anything. Whatever you do, NEVER let them work on your bike.
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>>982000
Bike shop people are retards. Didn't you see the bike shop thread where people complained about retards, their main user group?
Just learn how to fix your bike yourself
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>>982000
Using the front brake is perfectly safe if you have conventional brakes. It only became a meme to avoid it because of all the freds and their disc brakes which can lock the front wheel with only one finger. It's a liability disaster that will probably sink many of the biggest players in bike manufacturing in the coming years

The guy at your LBS is obviously a fred, that's why I do my own repairs. I refuse to support ignorant leeches who prey on yuppies with too much money

LAWN MOWER GENERAL

>What Mower do you use
>What Mower is good

I use a Kohler push mower

Kohler is for faggots
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The charking and sometimes my grillmaster

>Second day of riding
>Been out for about 20 minutes
>Already pretty tired
>See another biker in the distance
>Some dude in his 70's
>Comes flying past me
>Try as hard as I can to keep up with no joy
>See him ride off into the sunset

God damn it if that's not motivation I don't know what is. That...
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>>981788
>get pic related
>start training this year
>start racing as a Cat-5 next Spring
>get your 10 mass start races in for your automatic upgrade to Cat-4
>train MOAR
>ride 6 days a week every week of the year
>start winning races
>train even MOAR
>upgrade...
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>>981788
He was probably 40 but all those hours out in the sun have destroyed his skin.
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>>981795
You are probably a virgin but all those cocks in your ass have destroyed your sanity.

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>Why do you need all those gear ratios? Are you weak?
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If I'm weak you should be able to keep up this 10% grade on your "fixed-gear" "bicycle right?
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>>981750
because i live where there's hills to climb and descend
because i'm not a messenger wannabe
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Because my daily ride isnt round the corner to the benefits office with a side of starbucks.

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I can't make up my mind. The CAAD 10 is from 2011 SRAM Force for 1500$ CAD and the CAAD 12 at around 2200$CAD. What would you recommend as a first serious road bike?

>pic related
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>>981715

Get something with disc brakes.
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>>981715
>10 speed for $1500
lol
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>>981717
What would be a better price? CAAD 12 worth it?

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what kind of bike / bike it is this?
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>>981608
Basically a motoped. Pretty sweet.
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>>981608
why not just get a dirt bike instead of crippling yourself with batteries?
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>>981628
Being near silent, and having no smelly emissions is quite nice, but sure.. they can't compare to the peak power and range of a gas bike. Ebike & dirt bike owner here.

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Lol just found this sticker, pretty funny http://www.redbubble.com/people/officialpokemon/works/22493037-jdm-as-f-ck?asc=u
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>>981340
I don't understand, it's a japanese novice driver sticker, but with some kind of words underneath?
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>>981946
In japan it means student driver. In foreign countries such as the US it means that your car is JDM(Japanese Domestic Market)

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Are tire sealants worth it?
also tire repair discussion in general.
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shameless bump
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>>981225

You don't need a general for a simple tube replacment

Carry one tube and patch kit with you, tadaaa..
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http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/us/en/schwalbe-marathon-touring-tyre-greenguard/rp-prod69133?gs=1&gclid=CjwKEAjwk6K8BRDM3aCSkdCtzSQSJAA3Vf38zefhzwOf_9GEKOfdjLQkWHW4mePvXZMFTt9rYInyRhoCck7w_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds


why are you not aware of reinforced tires

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well /n/ ?
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>>981031
Well what? Use your words.
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>>981031
literally why
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>>981031
8/10 would ride

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Anyone have any experience with motorised trail bikes? I'm considering buying a basic 80cc motor kit and attaching it to pic related.
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Have fun when your frame and rims explode.

You think a bike like that can handle an 80cc engine?
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>>980992
I've seen it done on even cheaper bikes so why not?
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>>980995
Because bisykles are generally designes for carrying people and some amount of cargo. Attaching a 30-50kg object that causes the bike to move nearly 100kmh to a sub 500 money currency bike with alu frame could prove to be problematic in some areas.

Not that I have any personal experiences with this.

Knock yourself out, break a leg etc etc.

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What do you guys think about hilliness effecting city's potential for cycling-friendliness..

I hear that Seattle is quite hilly yet has a high cycle mode-share. Also San Francisco. How come? Can the hills mainly be circumvented? Are the hills overstated? Do people just sweat it out?
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>>980970
Delete this
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>>980970
I live in a neighborhood in SF with a lot of hilly streets, which makes biking a pain in the ass. There is this route across the city called the wiggle that makes it easier since it's flatter, but that doesn't really do anything for my neighborhood.
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Umm... gears?

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>tfw you will never tour quaint 1950s English countryside lanes with a cutie-pie

Good clip btw. Something in there for the trainfags too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPkT0paGEnQ

Any other old films of cycling back in the day? Bonus points for utility or touring.
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>Ride on lads, catch you at the next pub
>Just going to lay Edith in the heath
>Tally ho

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1QxYOx4_Nc

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Reminder that gen 1.1 is the ONLY true /n/ jersey.
>based on gen 1 design, not some stupid forced meme like "nomads"
>replaces death cage "buses" with "boats"
>incorporates board color
>free of design flaws (such as the rear sprocket being too low on gen 1)
>looks far better than any other /n/ jersey
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>>980296
>being such an autist that you'd actually wear a 4chan jersey in public where people can see you
You will NEVER have a girlfriend. EVER.
Enjoy your foreveralone life.
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>>980298
>being this butthurt
It's insecure faggots like you that will never have a girlfriend, faggot.
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>shilling your shitty jersey this badly
>intentionally making your shitty jersey include autistic "GET REKT"

So did anyone see that TrainSpotting Live show? One episode in and it's already getting shit on for using old footage.

>The BBC has admitted it went off the rails when it failed to highlight that it was using five-month-old footage in Trainspotting Live. During the show, which aired on BBC4 on Monday night, host Peter Snow excitedly told viewers that there was live footage of a diesel locomotive travelling along a track. “We’ve just seen one going past,” he said. “There we are, Class 66.”

>However,...
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>>980118
>went off the rails
>excitedly told viewers
>“excitement of a live broadcast”

Well, I know what I'm watching on catchup this weekend.
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Ep 2 is airing right now and they just addressed this fuckup.
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>>980135
>Ep 2
My bad it was Ep 3, and also the final episode apparently.

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Which you choose?

https://www.sportchek.ca/categories/equipment/cycling/bikes/mountain-bikes/product/gt-karakoram-elite-orange-mountain-bike-2016-331947436.html

https://www.sportchek.ca/categories/equipment/cycling/bikes/mountain-bikes/product/orbea-mx-20-275-mountain-bike-black-331952763.html

Or should I go to a bike shop with giant, trek, Kona and the other bigger names.

I want to bike trails and race.
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Go to an LBS. Sportchek sells some premium bikes, but expect walmart tier service when it comes to assembly and maintenance.
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>>979817
I have a long biking backround so maintenance isn't an issue. I can take it to the lbs if need be.

Just looking to get back into biking. I don't need the best. I just want to get back out there and see where it takes me.

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do you accept this meme?

made in Finland
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holy shit i typed the wrong board in the address bar shit dammit b and n are next to each other top kek
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This is not how memes work.


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