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Old 10-15-2013, 12:26 PM   #5701
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Does your other half know that you took a picture of her having a pee, and posting it here.

Washing her hands and yes.
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Old 10-15-2013, 04:09 PM   #5702
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Wife of 18 years and 3 amazing children and she keeps getting better with age...



I wouldn't say she loves motorcycles unfortunately and she would never ride one herself but she knows I love them and just shakes her head every time I buy and sell one. She has done a lot of head shaking this year. This FJR was bike #4 that I bought and sold this year. Picking up my new VStrom at the end of the month soon as I have time away from work to fly up to Boise and ride it home...

The new to me Vstom in Boise waiting to be ridden home. 07 with 3500 miles on it. Sitting on the showroom floor of Happy-Trails.
Nice & Nice

Perhaps we should do an inmate plus spouse ride . . . nice and easy Gunlock loop with a stop for pie in Veyo!
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Old 10-15-2013, 04:38 PM   #5703
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Here's another of my little women acting as a Iphone holder. Who needs Techmounts

And I thought my wife was the only gal that did that, has about the same size phone holders too, , She's not from Arkansas is she, I thought it might be a southern girl thing,
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Old 10-15-2013, 05:25 PM   #5704
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There's a lot of breast cancer going around now with very young women. The one thing many have in common is where they keep their cell phones. NO BULLSHIT. Tell your ladies to keep their phones elsewhere.
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Old 10-15-2013, 05:40 PM   #5705
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Washing her hands and yes.
She washes her hands in her own pee?!? Gross!
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Old 10-15-2013, 10:56 PM   #5706
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Since the kids we don't get out 2 up often but managed to do it on a Thanksgiving outing courtesy of my daughter's 70!!

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Old 10-15-2013, 11:32 PM   #5707
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perhaps we should do an inmate plus spouse ride . . . Nice and easy gunlock loop with a stop for pie in veyo!

"in"
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Old 10-16-2013, 06:49 AM   #5708
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Let me know. Back to work for a few days. Then back to St Geo. in a week or ten days.
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Old 10-16-2013, 06:49 AM   #5709
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There's a lot of breast cancer going around now with very young women. The one thing many have in common is where they keep their cell phones. NO BULLSHIT. Tell your ladies to keep their phones elsewhere.
Absolutely. I think there was a CDC bulletin about it. Cell phones emit low levels of radiation constantly. Levels supposedly deemed "safe" to be held to your face. However, one report stated breast tissue is far more susceptible to low levels of radiation then facial tissues.
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Old 10-16-2013, 08:02 AM   #5710
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:03 AM   #5711
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I believe that the only time you would have to be concerned is when the phone is transmitting, not receiving. So unless one is using a headset and mic setup, having the phone stuck in a nice "padded" location like the one shown shouldn't be a problem.

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There's a lot of breast cancer going around now with very young women. The one thing many have in common is where they keep their cell phones. NO BULLSHIT. Tell your ladies to keep their phones elsewhere.
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:24 AM   #5712
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I believe that the only time you would have to be concerned is when the phone is transmitting, not receiving. So unless one is using a headset and mic setup, having the phone stuck in a nice "padded" location like the one shown shouldn't be a problem.
Some studies are being done and early findings show it's the radiation. Transmitting or receiving is netting close to the same levels and breast tissue is much more susceptible to cancer cells being formed. Not to hijack the thread, just a polite warning to those who know people that store their phones in their bras, shirts etc.

Back on topic, I don't have any pics with the wife and either bike that I can share without offending people. I'll take some soon. Realized I actually have almost no photos of her, me or us without the kids!
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:53 AM   #5713
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I believe that the only time you would have to be concerned is when the phone is transmitting, not receiving. So unless one is using a headset and mic setup, having the phone stuck in a nice "padded" location like the one shown shouldn't be a problem.
The phone transmits burst all the time, not just when your having a conversation. There is a whole bunch of conversation that goes on between the phone and the towers all the time. .

Now it has not been ruled "conclusive evidence" that it causes cancer...... but even as a Ham radio operator, I have to maintain a book about what "near field" and "far field" RF exposure I create and on what frequencies....
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:57 AM   #5714
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Transmitting or receiving is netting close to the same levels and breast tissue is much more susceptible to cancer cells being formed.
Nope, simply not true. Transmitting and receiving are very different levels. You dont even have to have a cell phone to be exposed to the receive levels. Cell towers, much like radio towers, broadcast a signal at a certain frequency range. The signals are there, regardless of the presence of the phone or radio receiver. Each antenna has 3 transmitters, transmitting at slightly different frequencies with 120 degrees of coverage each. Put all the towers together, and you end up with a coverage map that looks like "cells", hence the term "cell phone."

Smart phones are IP devices, which is how they discern which packets on the signal are intended for them, and which ones are not. It has nothing to do with the frequency itself, since all carriers work off the same frequency ranges.

However, smart phones are NEVER truly idle. Smart phones, even when untouched, will transmit short bursts of RF EMF/EMR to communicate with the tower. The more apps and widgets you have, the more frequently this is happening. The phone will transmit most frequently when connected to WiFi. This is due to how a WiFi router works as compared to a GSM/CDMA network. Surf the net or sync your email, and you'll see strong steady blasts of RF EMF.


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Old 10-16-2013, 10:17 AM   #5715
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Nope, simply not true. Transmitting and receiving are very different levels. You dont even have to have a cell phone to be exposed to the receive levels. Cell towers, much like radio towers, broadcast a signal at a certain frequency range. The signals are there, regardless of the presence of the phone or radio receiver. Each antenna has 3 transmitters, transmitting at slightly different frequencies with 120 degrees of coverage each. Put all the towers together, and you end up with a coverage map that looks like "cells", hence the term "cell phone."

Smart phones are IP devices, which is how they discern which packets on the signal are intended for them, and which ones are not. It has nothing to do with the frequency itself, since all carriers work off the same frequency ranges.

However, smart phones are NEVER truly idle. Smart phones, even when untouched, will transmit short bursts of RF EMF/EMR to communicate with the tower. The more apps and widgets you have, the more frequently this is happening. The phone will transmit most frequently when connected to WiFi. This is due to how a WiFi router works as compared to a GSM/CDMA network. Surf the net or sync your email, and you'll see strong steady blasts of RF EMF.


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I guess YOU should be conducting one of these studies then. A lot 15-19 year olds ARE getting breast cancer and the cancer's are actually metastasizing exactly where they regularly keep their phones. (Near or at their chests) Coincidence I guess?

It would stand to reason based on this (The more apps and widgets you have, the more frequently this is happening. ) that teenage girls are therefor more likely to have cancer develop due to their choice of storage. Thanks for the cellphone lesson though.

This is off topic for this thread. MORE PICS PLEASE.
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