Scooterism

wally scooter I feel that one of the greatest things the internet has to offer is access to vast reservoirs of information. Services like Yahoo and Google sort through this vast reservoir and quickly display the most pertinent for you. Sometimes though, vast isn’t vast enough and even Google can’t find something for you when it just isn’t there; as was the case with the HDTV antenna setup in my previous post. Google has already served up the information to quite a few people. I hope it helped them.

Scooterism is my way of referring to all things scooter related; where I go, things I enjoy about scooters, problems encountered and solutions I’ve come up with. I will attempt to maintain the Scooterism page as well as mix in some informational posts that I think might be of interest to fellow scooterists. This will also provide an occasional and welcome diversion from the normal political stuff.

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4 Comments.

  1. Scooterism has taken my workplace by storm. In less than a year we went from 1 scooter in our office parking lot to 5. I have to admit that I have scooter envy because I haven’t been able to sale my wife on the idea of getting a scooter yet. Still working it though…

  2. I went for three years without a motocycle.
    then in 2003…
    My Wife said I was gettin’ to be a cranky B@#$%&*! and I needed to get one.
    She didn’t need to tell me twice,
    but before I was half way out the door she said, “wait a minute A$$@#$%!
    this time, no hardtail and the second seat better be as comfortable as the operators seat.

    4 hours later I showed her my 2002 Indian Chief.

    This weekend, though I found a real nasty shovelhead hard tail bored out to 93 cubic inches (so it’s 17inches smaller than my Indian, oh well!) and fell in lust.
    Nice apehangers, hardtail, forward controls, no passenger seat, and LOUD.
    My wife’s response?
    She thinks I should Trade my ’56 Dodge for a new Sportster for her.
    She finally wants to learn to ride!!!
    WAY COOL!!!!!

  3. Yeah, I’ve seen your Indian Chief bike. It looks pretty sweet. I’m guessing that something bad ass like that is required in order to obtain the Terrorist hunting permit you have posted on it as well. Something tells me that a skooter won’t cut it, even with tricked out wheels and a windscreen.

  4. yeah, I don’t know if I could get away it; scooters just aren’t scary enough to sport terrorist hunting permits. My fish on the rear fender is radical enough for a scooter.

    I’m sorry to hear about the loss of your truck; when is your wife taking delivery on her Sportster?