Re: [CR]Mojo, Enlightenment


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To: richardsachs@juno.com
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 20:29:03 -0500
Subject: Re: [CR]Mojo, Enlightenment
From: Richard M Sachs <richardsachs@juno.com>
cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org

i'm replying to my own post. wacky, huh?! david-i just "got it". sorry that i miscued. ya' see, the water was running in the tub. i was set to do a few laps laps in the bubble bath. Vitabath is VERY expensive. i read yer post. was confused. and replied.

it came to me on lap 5. aplologies all around. excuse' moi. mi dispiace. as they said at my yeshiva, "Oi". i won't rush the email next time! e-RICHIE

Richard M Sachs <richardsachs@juno.com> writes: david faulkner wrote: "When folks like e-Richie and Brian Baylis open up, it contradicts the old wisdom that "Those who know do not speak."

huh? why am i part of this? i haven't been part of any thread using the word 'mojo'. e-RICHIE chester, ct

snipped: David Faulkner <dfaulkne@arb.ca.gov> writes: As for mojo, juju etc. I can only say that the Harley folks sum it up well with "If I have to explain, you wouldn't understand." We can share our interest in old bikes .. uh sorry, classic bikes, and our knowledge (and our stuff), but we can't actually define what makes them so great for us. It's wonderful that so many with highly developed densibilities are willing to share their appreciation of what's great for them in old bikes and bike gear. When folks like e-Richie and Brian Baylis open up, it contradicts the old wisdom that "Those who know do not speak." Or is there someone else out there who's keeping silent . .