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Offline MoaningLisa

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PA to Atlanta to ATX
« on: December 09, 2014, 08:29:28 PM »
on saturday, I get kicked out of the dorm hall for winter break.

I was doing a top-end reseal kit on my car, the professor in charge of the lab found out I wasn't an automotive student, and kicked me out. the kids that were left working on my car somehow managed to fuck it all to shit. it misfired when they got done, now apparently it won't even start. I'm pissed, but being pissed isn't going to get me to Texas.

I have family in Atlanta, which is about 12 hours due south of here.

Atlanta to Texas is about 16 hours.

all stated times are always about 1/3rd faster when on a bike...this 1978 CB750 I found on craigslist



anyways, its going to be 38 degrees and dry here on saturday, idk about the rest of the way.

I have good biker gear, facemask, helmet, jacket, gloves...

I am going to buy a couple of those "hot hands" instant heat packets to put on my nuts or in my gloves or wherever to keep from freezing to death.

go ahead and tell me I'm fucking crazy, its what everyone tells me about this...except allweather bikers, who are used to this kind of shenanigans.

I'll keep y'all updated
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Re: PA to Atlanta to ATX
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2014, 08:31:53 PM »
Good luck man.  That's a load of crap.  Welcome to the bureaucracy that is higher education.

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Re: PA to Atlanta to ATX
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2014, 10:33:20 PM »
38 degrees isn't bad at 35-40. At 70, it's going to suck balls. Add a couple layers of thermal inside of a leather jacket. You want no wind getting through, and you want to trap as much existing heat as possible. Thick ass snowmobiling gloves with the hot packs are a good idea. You do not want your hands to go numb. Keep your neck wrapped up too. No exposed skin at all. Wear thick hiking type socks, and zip your pant legs shut. The extremities are where the cold will start.
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Re: PA to Atlanta to ATX
« Reply #3 on: December 10, 2014, 12:11:38 AM »
I have 2 pairs of wool socks, sweat pants, gym shorts, thermal underwear, jeans and good boots for my lower half, and a shirt, a zip up hoodie, pull over hoodie, and a ski jacket. I have a facemask and full face helmet, with good gloves. definitely getting a scarf or something.
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Re: PA to Atlanta to ATX
« Reply #4 on: December 10, 2014, 12:19:29 AM »
Just buy a car

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Re: PA to Atlanta to ATX
« Reply #5 on: December 10, 2014, 12:21:14 AM »
I have 2 pairs of wool socks, sweat pants, gym shorts, thermal underwear, jeans and good boots for my lower half, and a shirt, a zip up hoodie, pull over hoodie, and a ski jacket. I have a facemask and full face helmet, with good gloves. definitely getting a scarf or something.

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