redflasher wrote:We always get at least one UDF everytime we stop. Surprisingly, about half of them so far have identified the GearUP as a URal. One guy from Egypt wanted me to let him "test drive" my rig. He was so insistent that I finally just fired up the GearUP and drove away from him. He was middle aged, dressed nicely, and probably harmless.
Ain't it wierd? One guy when he asked what year it was called me a liar when I told him.
One couple followed us into a grocery store and cornered us by the tomato bin. The woman told us they saw us on the highway. The guy wanted to talk about his GoldWing and the woman just wanted to talk.
Ohhh...about 2 months ago an older couple stopped me in the strip mall parking lot claiming to have seen me on the road numerous times and was trying to follow me home several times. I gave each a ride and phone number, never to hear from them again.
What year BMW is that? Gets old don't it?
How fast does it go? That question seems to be lower on the list
Do you like riding in the sidecar? My wife is getting tired of this question...*chucklin*
Did you travel to Russia to buy it? Never had this one before
Why didn't you buy a Harley? I always tell them I'm not brand specific.
I try to size up the questioner and sometimes just make stuff up. Some appear sincere and others seem to be just trying to bait me.
So, I might just tell them what they want to hear. Whether it's true or not.
I haven't had this problem yet
The essence of the mind is not in what it thinks, but how it thinks. Faith is the surrender of our mind; of reason and skepticism to put all our trust in someone or something that has no good evidence of itself. That is a sinister thing to me. Of all the supposed virtues, faith is not.