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Red Hydrogen One Ti pre-order customers will get a free Aluminum Hydrogen One

Anyone who pre-ordered a titanium Red Hydrogen One will get a free Aluminum model since the Ti have proven difficult to manufacturer.  They will also receive the Ti model they ordered once they start shipping.  Personally I’ve got to wait for the aluminum model to be available through Verizon and AT&T on Nov. 9th.  I haven’t been this curious about a phone in a while.  Especially interested in the camera.

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eBikes are an admission of weakness. Yes, only weak people ride eBikes.

There’s your answer.  That’s about as simple as it gets.  If you’ve finally made the decision to buy and ride an eBike you have no choice but to accept why you did:

  1. You’re lazy.
  2. You’re out of shape.
  3. You have a physical condition you cry about and use as an excuse.
  4. You’re a lazy commuter. Note; Commuting is almost the only excusable use of an eBike.
  5. You complain about your old age and geriatric condition.

I personally know people in their 80’s and others missing limbs who ride “analog” or “acoustic” bikes as the lazy hipsters no call them.  And don’t you dare for a fucking second say anything about how you can now “go places and enjoy cycling” because you’re “pedaling just like they are” in reference to those who are tough and have strength.  Ebikes are for the weak and therefore their riders must accept being labeled as weak.  So when you’re called a Pansy Cranker or Sissy Spinner you simply say “Thank You” and ride along.  You have no right to argue against your weakness and you will not be considered a real cyclist under any conditions.  Most likely you can’t or won’t even be able to handle the bike under speed because you are not a conditioned or disciplined rider who got yourself to that speed.  Motor+Pedals = Moped.  Amazing some eBike riders will argue this.   These are the ones who are physically and mentally challenged.  Understand that real cyclists don’t hate your eBike.  We hate their weak riders.

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SalesForce will FINALLY support SMTP authentication.

It looks like Salesforce.com will finally support SMTP authentication in their Winter 2019 release.  Well, at least they’re only a decade late.

https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/winter19/release-notes/rn_sales_productivity_email_relay_auth.htm?edition=&impact=

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Google is still failing at digital metric conversion.

Let’s see if they can finally get this correct.  It’s really starting to bother me.

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Found a bit of gravel in Wendell.

Found a bit of gravel in Wendell.

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Because the Mingo mulch couldn't get any worse. Now they make it mud.

Because the Mingo mulch couldn't get any worse.  Now they make it mud.

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Where's this new bridge across Lake Crabtree going?

Where's this new bridge across Lake Crabtree going?

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Goose on the Nuese

NRT Slowdown

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You can't see, feel or hear the deafening wind.

You can't see, feel or hear the deafening wind.

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The Mingo Creek detour is good times on a cross bike right now

The Mingo Creek detour is good times on a cross bike right now

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