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From: Gary S Gevisser [mailto:gevisser@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Monday, February 23, 2009 9:53 PM
To: ‘Dan Nicholas’
Subject: RE: 2003 Ducati ST4s

Dan, this is rather boring for a math professor, someone who should pride yourself on logical thought processing.

Obviously “sum” [sic] would say that I dont have my target audience, which is what French-Canadian wife says.

As long as you have money to accomplish what you want, how shallow can you get it?

I guess you have money to survive today?

Tomorrow, I am going to explain to Mr. Obama how I would advise the Chinese to handle the bankruptcy proceedings of the United States, not to suggest that these people who set the scholastic levels wherever they go which includes the next battlefield, need my help; but it should help you and your French-Canadian girlfriend “get real”.

Gary

[Word count 911]

From: Dan Nicholas [mailto:dantnicholas@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, February 23, 2009 8:26 PM
To: Gary S Gevisser
Subject: Re: 2003 Ducati ST4s

Gary – I’m not that political of a person. I follow American politics because every radio talk show, news paper and T.V. broadcast station crams it down my throat and I do want to be informed. Therefore I resist listening and watching most of them. During the Presidential Election I was involved watching the T.V. and listening to the radio but the biased media was to much for me. What ever happened to equal unbiased coverage for anything. You use to get “fined” swinging one way or the other but today scratching someone else’s back or plane padding ones pocket with $$$$ gets you most anything you want, it sickening. Quality representation and equality is non existent today. I voted on principle not color or style (lesser of two evils). I would have voted for a dog if I think it would have supported my values and economic principles. I find peace in avoidance. My girlfriend also French Canadian thinks Americans get to heated up about to many stupid things out of ones control. I reply that it’s ones defiance that sets the agenda for reform. I personally try not to get to emotional “try to change the things I can and accept the things I can not”. That pretty much sums it up. Life is to short and there are to many cool things to accomplish before it’s over. Be well……………….

On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 7:21 PM, Gary S Gevisser wrote:
Thanks I will read it first thing tomorrow.

I would like to hear your thoughts on what I just began broadcasting. I will send you a copy.

From: Dan Nicholas [mailto:dantnicholas@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, February 23, 2009 7:11 PM
To: gevisser@sbcglobal.net
Subject: 2003 Ducati ST4s

Hey Gary – How are you! I have had pretty good luck with my 06′ Husqvarna TE 610 that I purchased from GP Cycle so far at 11,575 miles and climbing. I ride mainly on the road and by no means can I compare it to a Ducati but last summer I bought a KTM SuperEnduro 950 R which is fairly fun. I find it a little heavy compared to my Husky but oh the power a 950 puts out in comparison to a 610. I did not want to rant to long, I read your mail as you sent it out and enjoy your options especially when you talk cycles. I want to pass on a review that I ran across and I’ll sign out on that note: http://downwardspiral.net/motorcycle/ST4sreview/ . Take care and good luck with your bike.


Dan T. Nicholas

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