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Postby Mr Reasonable » Wed Mar 04, 2015 10:04 am

My most recent purchase is a plane ticket. 3 hours notice, and my friend is coming up to see me for a few days. Should be a blast.
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Re: What is your most recent purchase? - pics required

Postby zinnat » Sun Jul 19, 2015 2:40 pm

On 17th, we purchased this Honda scooter for my wife.

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Re: What is your most recent purchase? - pics required

Postby The Golden Turd » Sun Jul 19, 2015 3:00 pm

That isn't a Honda, that is a Chinese manufactured scooter from TANK (what the company was called back in 2008 at least). I had one, and had it imported straight from the factory, had a gouge in the back metal wheelframe and would deflate and pop suddenly, which sucks if your on the highway, woke up in the hospital due to that defect, nice pothole crater in the road where my head hit.

The engine is a exact Honda engine replica.

The guy who runs the website vespa amore looked it over and informed me of this, he is a big scooter expert in the US, and also runs a icecream shop (just cause, not because he needs to).

The TANK factory sells them under slightly different models and "company names".

Very disappointed with my downhill speed, I was getting passed up by minivans full of kids going full speed down steep hills.Don't even want to talk about uphill.
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Re: What is your most recent purchase? - pics required

Postby Zoot Allures » Tue Jul 21, 2015 1:32 am

I just bought this off of craigslist. Got a pretty good deal on it, but I can't pick it up yet because I don't have a trailer big enough to haul it. Plan to do some bass fishing and water skiing with it. I'm really psyched about it.

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Postby A Shieldmaiden » Tue Jul 21, 2015 1:47 am

Very disappointed with my downhill speed, I was getting passed up by minivans full of kids going full speed down steep hills.Don't even want to talk about uphill.


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Re: What is your most recent purchase? - pics required

Postby zinnat » Wed Jul 22, 2015 5:19 am

Turd Ferguson wrote:That isn't a Honda, that is a Chinese manufactured scooter from TANK (what the company was called back in 2008 at least). I had one, and had it imported straight from the factory, had a gouge in the back metal wheelframe and would deflate and pop suddenly, which sucks if your on the highway, woke up in the hospital due to that defect, nice pothole crater in the road where my head hit.

The engine is a exact Honda engine replica.

The guy who runs the website vespa amore looked it over and informed me of this, he is a big scooter expert in the US, and also runs a icecream shop (just cause, not because he needs to).

The TANK factory sells them under slightly different models and "company names".

Very disappointed with my downhill speed, I was getting passed up by minivans full of kids going full speed down steep hills.Don't even want to talk about uphill.


Ted,

You need to understand that you look fool instead of very knowledgeable person in the eyes of others when you start commenting without knowing or confirming enough. You should try to lose this habit. That will be good for you.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of ... s_in_India

Vehicles sold in the Indian market are usually made in India, whether they are from Indian companies or foreign ones, except very exclusive and high prized vehicles. And, right now, almost all major auto companies of the world have manufacturing facilities here, through they do not make all models but only selective ones.

That Honda scooter may look somewhat different to you, but it is not because that is not made by honda. The reason for the difference is that is made exclusively for and in India to suit Indian conditions. It is quite possible that Honda would not be making that model anywhere else in the world.

Secondly, no Chinese manufactured vehicle is ever sold in India for two reasons. First of all, there is important duty up to 200% on imported vehicles. That makes is economically unviable to import vehicles on mass scale. The import duty is less on completely knocked down kits, but even that does not serve any purpose because there is not much difference costwise between manufacturing here and in China.

Do not assume that whatever happens in US, must happen all over the world.

By the way, your guess is right about in some cases of electronic goods, but not for vehicles.

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Re: What is your most recent purchase? - pics required

Postby zinnat » Wed Jul 22, 2015 5:36 am

Secondly, for the record, there is neither any Chinese manufacturing facility in India as of now nor in the process. That is applicable to all verticals, not only vehicles.

Huawei may be the first Chinese co. to have production facility in India for mobile phones and other electronic products. It has been applied for the licence and that is under process.

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Re: What is your most recent purchase? - pics required

Postby Mr Reasonable » Wed Jul 22, 2015 11:21 pm

Zin, you're lucky because everything that the Chinese make, at least the stuff they send to the US is total shit.
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Re: What is your most recent purchase? - pics required

Postby zinnat » Fri Jul 24, 2015 5:03 am

mr reasonable wrote:Zin, you're lucky because everything that the Chinese make, at least the stuff they send to the US is total shit.


There are two types of Chinese manufacturers: originally Chinese cos and MNCs, which have units there.

There is no issue with the second category but quality is lot of concern in the case of first ones. They do not produce quality stuff and their whole focus is to keep the price down in order to become more and more competitive in the world market.

Almost a decade ago, Indian market was also filled with cheap Chinese small electronic goods, like mobiles, games, watches, calculators, fancy lights, toys etc. Though, China was never able to break here into big consumer durables like TV, fridge, ac, washing machine, not even fans.

Chinese cos still dominate here in some items but they are not very significant like toys, fancy lights and calculators. The most important market of mobile phones is now again dominated my Indian cos, which have been come up over the time, though only in lower segmant. Higher range of mobiles are dominated by MMCs like Nokia, Samsung and Apple

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Re: What is your most recent purchase? - pics required

Postby The Golden Turd » Fri Jul 24, 2015 6:04 am

I am right, I've seen that exact scooter on sale for 699 back in 2012 in Honolulu.

I owned the tank here in West Virginia, but was looking for a scooter in Hawaii as I wanted to be able to live more inland and drive to work (was working in a icecreme shop then, prior to security).

I highly doubt the Chinese licenced a knock off of a Japanese Honda to the Indians. Your defence sounds absurd.... I'm stupid for not knowing India knocked off a Chinese knock off of a Japanese Knock off of a Italian design of a scooter made by a American after WW2?

Vespa was started by a American GI in Italy after WW2, the Japanese had followed suit, Chinese not too long ago started knocking off clones of Japanese junk, and now you claim near identical scooters in India are unique? At best, its a knock off of a knock off of a knock off, and I'm hardly convinced the Chinese aren't sneaking stuff in like they do here, your import customs is less advanced than it is here.

And you know I read several Indian News Sites, they have business sections. I can hardly know everything happening economically around the world, but if I was a investor, I definitely would have a substantial edge in terms of knowledge from the business news I come aceoss. Not a fan of the stock market.

If anything, its you who put too much stock in financial motivations for international diplomacy and alliance making. Countries reject or ignore profit motivations in their dealings all the time, US used it as a tool to end the Cold War, not as the means of spurring our economic engine, that happened as a result. A lot of Marxist leaning ideologists aren't aware that Diplomacy amoung Capitalists can be motivated for other reasons that market economics. We were not explicitly founded on Capitalism, and have needs beyond it, and a history of traditions long preceding its modern emergence detailing how competent government is guided and administered. You always get excited pointing to India buying weapons in the short term = US concessions and Indian Influence over the US. India sits in exactly the same ignored, irrelevant strategic position now as before. Its always ignored the US, and the US always have ignored India. Sometimes hostile words or dick headed policies towards each other, but usually we can get along even when befriending one another's enemies. We more or less know deep down inside we won't ever go into a serious war with one another.

As a result, US is concerned about Pakistan, which is a Hugh money drain, and Afghanistan.... likewise a money drain, and are enthusiastic whenever the Chinese inquire about building roads or mining there. Why? Flow of wealth stabilizes those shitholes, decreases terrorism in the long run (more jobs, increased taxation and development, population better educated and less militant) and gives us a light to the end of the geopolitical tunnel. We drop more money on trying to encourage economic growth and bombing militant factions than India can ever supply to the US in trade. The Marxist assumption that we can be trained and lured with a little money is a joke, or that we are that one dimensional. We have a lookout of generations ahead, its why we try so absurdly hard in fostering military pacts in Oceana looking for crashed Malaysian planes. Eventually they will be a powerhouse Bloc, and we will be a cherished part of it. We fight pirates around the world, liberating even hostile national ships because we have a sense of ethics and of the very long term.

A few million, a few billion.... yes, money is nice, were not stupid and won't intentionally stop most trade, we have a system that encourages it.... but that rarely sets our foreign policy concern. We won't trade or sell our best weapons with many long term allies even. Some countries like Myanmar and North Korea we won't even trade with.
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Re: What is your most recent purchase? - pics required

Postby zinnat » Fri Jul 24, 2015 6:36 am

Turd Ferguson wrote:I am right, I've seen that exact scooter on sale for 699 back in 2012 in Honolulu.

I owned the tank here in West Virginia, but was looking for a scooter in Hawaii as I wanted to be able to live more inland and drive to work (was working in a icecreme shop then, prior to security).

I highly doubt the Chinese licenced a knock off of a Japanese Honda to the Indians. Your defence sounds absurd.... I'm stupid for not knowing India knocked off a Chinese knock off of a Japanese Knock off of a Italian design of a scooter made by a American after WW2?

Vespa was started by a American GI in Italy after WW2, the Japanese had followed suit, Chinese not too long ago started knocking off clones of Japanese junk, and now you claim near identical scooters in India are unique? At best, its a knock off of a knock off of a knock off, and I'm hardly convinced the Chinese aren't sneaking stuff in like they do here, your import customs is less advanced than it is here.

And you know I read several Indian News Sites, they have business sections. I can hardly know everything happening economically around the world, but if I was a investor, I definitely would have a substantial edge in terms of knowledge from the business news I come aceoss. Not a fan of the stock market.

If anything, its you who put too much stock in financial motivations for international diplomacy and alliance making. Countries reject or ignore profit motivations in their dealings all the time, US used it as a tool to end the Cold War, not as the means of spurring our economic engine, that happened as a result. A lot of Marxist leaning ideologists aren't aware that Diplomacy amoung Capitalists can be motivated for other reasons that market economics. We were not explicitly founded on Capitalism, and have needs beyond it, and a history of traditions long preceding its modern emergence detailing how competent government is guided and administered. You always get excited pointing to India buying weapons in the short term = US concessions and Indian Influence over the US. India sits in exactly the same ignored, irrelevant strategic position now as before. Its always ignored the US, and the US always have ignored India. Sometimes hostile words or dick headed policies towards each other, but usually we can get along even when befriending one another's enemies. We more or less know deep down inside we won't ever go into a serious war with one another.

As a result, US is concerned about Pakistan, which is a Hugh money drain, and Afghanistan.... likewise a money drain, and are enthusiastic whenever the Chinese inquire about building roads or mining there. Why? Flow of wealth stabilizes those shitholes, decreases terrorism in the long run (more jobs, increased taxation and development, population better educated and less militant) and gives us a light to the end of the geopolitical tunnel. We drop more money on trying to encourage economic growth and bombing militant factions than India can ever supply to the US in trade. The Marxist assumption that we can be trained and lured with a little money is a joke, or that we are that one dimensional. We have a lookout of generations ahead, its why we try so absurdly hard in fostering military pacts in Oceana looking for crashed Malaysian planes. Eventually they will be a powerhouse Bloc, and we will be a cherished part of it. We fight pirates around the world, liberating even hostile national ships because we have a sense of ethics and of the very long term.

A few million, a few billion.... yes, money is nice, were not stupid and won't intentionally stop most trade, we have a system that encourages it.... but that rarely sets our foreign policy concern. We won't trade or sell our best weapons with many long term allies even. Some countries like Myanmar and North Korea we won't even trade with.


Ted,

As I said before, I am no match for your extraordinary mind, which can calculate 1+1 as 3 because of its fertility. I am not that capable.

By the way, my reply was meant to clear misunderstanding of other posters, not you. You are beyond me by all means.

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Re: What is your most recent purchase? - pics required

Postby Arcturus Descending » Fri Jul 24, 2015 5:25 pm

Zoot Allures wrote:I just bought this off of craigslist. Got a pretty good deal on it, but I can't pick it up yet because I don't have a trailer big enough to haul it. Plan to do some bass fishing and water skiing with it. I'm really psyched about it.

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Postby Arcturus Descending » Fri Jul 24, 2015 5:36 pm

Sports bra

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Well you asked - but size will not be revealed.
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oh and this too...


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Postby The Golden Turd » Fri Jul 24, 2015 9:10 pm

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Just arrived in the mail, my Army 3 piece Gortex cold weather sleeping bag kit, you can sleep in the rain in this and it will keep you dry.

I ordered it after Zoot said he was losing his van, as long as you have one of these, life is very good.

I used to sleep next to logs in thunderstorms, with a umbrella popped over my head head listening to my IPod oblivious to the thunder, quite dry and warm inside. Not to mention a month straight up at Fort Greeley, Alaska out near Mt. McKinnley.

And Zinny, I will continue to be right, despite your sarcasm in affirming I'm right. You can't take being right away from me, as a American, I am above all restraints of logic. So move over, and clear a way for the truth.

And 1 + 1 = 11, not 3 dumb dumb. All you gotta do is put two ones together. They don't teach you math in India, now do they. Had your country learned to count, they would of learned Crore isn't a number. I can count to a hundred trillion zillion, and never came across no damn crore. The numbers just don't exist differently just cause your a different country.
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Postby Arcturus Descending » Tue Jul 28, 2015 4:00 pm

:lol: You really do need to stay out of the rain (at least sometimes) unless of course you're feeling the urge to go dancing. You can be so funny.

Stay warm and dry.
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Postby The Golden Turd » Tue Jul 28, 2015 4:38 pm

I'll sit in the rain if I want to, you can't stop me.
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Postby Arcturus Descending » Tue Jul 28, 2015 4:50 pm

Turd Ferguson wrote:I'll sit in the rain if I want to, you can't stop me.


lol I probably could if I really wanted to. :evilfun:



Anyway, I did say sometimes. Personally, I do love the rain. I dance in it myself when all others are going in.
Care to dance? Or do you have two left feet? :lol:
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Postby The Golden Turd » Tue Jul 28, 2015 8:20 pm

Fine, geeze. I'll mail you some sperm if that's want you want, no need to constantly hit on me, making me feel like a piece of meat.

I have a soul, a spirit, a need to be free. I don't want to be caged, or chained.

No welfare payments, just baby batter.
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Postby The Golden Turd » Tue Jul 28, 2015 8:25 pm

Wait no.... you may just be a gay guy conspiring to be a woman all in the hopes I'd fed ex you some sperm. I don't want that stuff from me going into a guy.

Deal is off.
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Postby Mr Reasonable » Wed Jul 29, 2015 10:57 pm

Arc, that looks like about a 34C.
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Postby zinnat » Sat Aug 08, 2015 7:28 am

My recently purchased sleepers, which are extremely light and tasty too.
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Postby zinnat » Sun Aug 09, 2015 1:01 pm

This Charger of my netbook reached today by mail. It took me almost more than two months to find the exact supplier and he also took 10 days to deliver.

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BTW, for the satisfaction of Turd, it is really Chinese.

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Is that you, Arc?

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Postby Zoot Allures » Sun Aug 09, 2015 2:43 pm

Wait a minute. Something isn't right here. If that's you, then who took that picture?

Wife: Hey honey, I need you to take a picture of me in my new sports bra so I can post it on ILP."

Husband: What a great idea, dear!
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