3rd Annual Fast from the Past Vintage Challenge

Discussion in 'WERA Vintage' started by hinshaw929, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. charles

    charles The Transporter

    We don't consider our four-stroke employees to be "pooper scoopers." We much prefer to call them "sanitation specialists." And Joe is correct about the importance of harmony; this has proven to be a difficult concept for the four-stroke people to grasp, which is understandable, considering that they have only skimmed the surface of 2-stroke understanding. There's a reason, you know, for the tuning fork in the Yamaha racing logo, and it's harmony.

    Fill out an application when you get the chance and we'll consider you for a
    position as given above. We also have positions open for maintenance of expansion chambers, but it requires engineering skills.
     
  2. CharlieY

    CharlieY Well-Known Member

    Jeesh.....those poor triumph guys:(

    Hampster expansion chambers?....sound like there is room for growth in that position...:rolleyes:
     
  3. charles

    charles The Transporter

    We have several operations going at one time. You must start off in the Hampster area to prove your mettle.
     
  4. kenessex

    kenessex unregistered user

    The 2 stroke guys are supervisors because they are well experienced at cleaning up yucky messes and the 4 stroke guys don't take the time to rebuild the scooper after every use.

    Ken
     
  5. Chumbucket

    Chumbucket Well-Known Member

    "Skimmed the surface," sounds so much nicer than, "Driven into the ground like a tent peg," or, "Launched like cottage cheese on a spoon..."
     
  6. charles

    charles The Transporter

    We certainly don't treat our employees like that! Besides, we have nothing in our experience that would warrant such attitudes. Our posture is help, help, help the four-stroke specialists.
     
  7. Chumbucket

    Chumbucket Well-Known Member

    Charles? Honda and Yamaha have won world championships on two strokes and ya know what they do with those bikes? Send 'em to the crusher...Ever wonder why?

    Because they are nobodies dummy...
     
  8. charles

    charles The Transporter

    The personnel at Yamaha and Honda who were responsible for the construction and use of their marvelous 2-stroke racing machines were not, contrary to your bold assertion, "nobodies." Many of them were quite well-known and respected engineers, managers, and technicians, still remembered and held in esteem at their respective companies.

    Just think it through: would Yamaha and Honda permit "nobodies" to honorably dispose of old GP machines? I should say not.

    And why am I a "dummy"? We must remember to be gentlemen at all times, despite the circumstances. In this instance, I shall forgive your indiscretion.
     
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  9. Chumbucket

    Chumbucket Well-Known Member

    My wife procured a can crusher in the kitchen to crush cheap domestic beer cans, Charles. Honda and Yamaha crush those wretched, albiet World Championship winning, oil burning lumps...Do the math...
     
  10. CharlieY

    CharlieY Well-Known Member

    Man, I'm glad Chum and Ken showed up.....It felt like I was getting sucked into a vortex or something for a minute.:beer:

    On the thread topic tho.....WERA and FFTP have done a great job....again.:up:
     
  11. charles

    charles The Transporter

    No vortex going on here, my friend...just the usual war between the 4-stroke addicts and the 2-stroke addicts...and you're right: WERA and FFTP have done a very good job indeed keeping the vintage lamp burning...this season Jin brings out his beautiful H2, can't wait to see that beast on the track...I'm upgrading for more fun to an ol' tatty RZ but I've got to start somewhere...soon, the venerable 'Yellow Peril I' will be up for sale as I leave the world of air-cooled 2-strokes, although I could be tempted by a Scitsu if only a decent frame was available, which it isn't...how does it look for you AHRMA guys showing up for the VIR event in August?
     
  12. Chumbucket

    Chumbucket Well-Known Member

    Yeah, Charley, it's either that or argue about the quality of the dining fare at the Awful Waffle House on the main board...and Chaz is easy...
     
  13. charles

    charles The Transporter

    So it's finally out..you guys 'dine' at Waffle Houses...no wonder....
     
  14. Chumbucket

    Chumbucket Well-Known Member

    Now what's that supposed to mean, Chuckles? You don't like the Waffle House? Why do you hate America, Chaz?
     
  15. kenessex

    kenessex unregistered user

    The volatilized grease that permeates the very air of Waffle House is kind of like the blue haze that eminates from the exhaust of a 2 stroke. This is as close to 2 strokes as I care to get. There is also so much grease on the floor it feels like what it would be like in Charles' garage if the floor wasn't dirt.

    Ken
     

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