I get to the client this morning...my boots are soaked, my crotch is wet(and yes, I had wet weather gear on but apparently in Australia that doesn't mean anything...Anyway, I park the bike but don't get the stand out completely... the bike topples and I try to steady it. But my wet boots can't find any grip on the slippery floor. Bike lands on its side. I struggle to get it back up again...assess the damage...luckily only the gear lever is bent... End of the day, back in the garage. All suited up. Bag on the Ventura rack. Bike in neutral. Press ignition...NOTHING! &%$#@$! What did I bugger up when the bike fell... OK, time for a running start. Push the bike to the far end of the garage. Put it in 2nd. Start pushing it, getting to a decent speed. Hop on, release clutch, give some throttle...nothing! I do this about 3 times... By this time I'm gasping for air... A colleague and fellow biker comes down. First he offers a hand to push. I decline noticing his nice suite. He then suggests that maybe some water got into the tank. So switch to reserve. Nothing. He then looks at my kill switch...flicks it on...bike starts.... I look at him and say, "If this ever gets out, you're a dead man!"