Monday, June 20, 2005

Some Hypotheses

1.
If you want to cause mischief, don't do it on a night 90% of the police department is on duty.

2.
If you want to cause mischief and 90% of the police dept. is on duty, at least don't do so a few blocks from a police garage.

3.
Hot metal is hot.

4.
Chain grease drys out your skin.

5.
If the police ask you what you're doing out at 1:00 a.m., tell him you're heading home because your bad knee is acting up.

6.
That rubbing noise is not a good sign.

7.
The maximum number of spokes that can break before a wheel collapses under the weight of the bike is somewhere between 2 and 6. Or when the fishmobile trys to hump your back wheel.

8.
Jumping choppers off of ramps has been and never will be a good idea.

9.
Steel wool, aflame, can burn skin.

10.
The ashy residue of fireworks exploding 3 feet in front of your face has the ability to somehow slip behind your safety goggles and leave a little burn mark.

11.
An acetylene torch is a handy lighter when its time for a smoke.

12.
A chopper can be riden for several miles without handlebars.

13.
Rugged. Mature. Responsible. These are the words that have nothing to do with CHUNK 666.

14.
For better or for worse, it will always break, and you'll always build another.

15.
Put a pickle on it.

16.
Steel is real.