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Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' at netrider.net.au started by Ljiljan, Apr 27, 2012.
Thank you TAC, I will continue to decide my speed.
Just remember.. if anything does go wrong, mash your rear brake and continue straight on towards the problem
Confronting your problems is the manly thing to do after all.
Listen to the TAC, they are always right, it wont kill you.
Fvckhead TAC morons.
Why worry about TAC Lilly... after all, you're in Sydney and unless you get whacked by a VIC registered cager (which I'd never wish). Happened to Julia and in the end, it amounted to nothing seeing how the popo ended up deciding Julia was at fault (which she wasn't).
I love the physics!
(so does Deadsy)
Physics helped me live as I had to emergency stop during a corner at 68km\h. Luckily i'm in NSW and we dont have TAC physics up here.
Steven Hawkings has a lot to answer for.
8 Kays over, in his wheel chair,
I can run at 8 KPH.
Friend of mine visited Cambridge and while riding around on a pushie nearly took out Stephen Hawking. Maybe TAC physics is his revenge.
All this whining about TAC is setting off all the adword triggers, so I'm now being told that slowing down wont kill me on other sites I'm browsing. Please come up with a code to complain about the gubbment, and try and get tits into your thread titles.
And in other news:
Scientists in Australia have made a huge leap towards creating an 'invisibility cloak' by masking a large, free-standing object in three dimensions.
Professor Imadick from the Savakitten Institute has announced the findings in the prestigious scientific journal Bollocky Fisics.
"We've been working on this problem for decades", He said. "We were about to give up and then by chance, we saw the new TAC advertisment."
"There is a vital piece of information in that footage, and by using it, we have made large moving objects completely disappear from view."
"Apparently, an object moving at exactly 68 km/h becomes much harder to see. We haven't worked out why it occurs, but armed with this new knowledge we hope to have a commercialised 'invisibility cloak' within the next five years"
Great to see physics has brought our interstate riding brothers into class as guest students....
They know everything that's right and are the only ones who can correctly teach us how to ride...
Ooooh, got a few paper planes, snow balls, old sandwiches to throw at Mr TAC Teacher when he's facing the blackboard to share with you...
I'll have my slingshot tomorrow....