Kawasaki KLR Forum banner

1 - 6 of 6 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
663 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
I suggest that an OLD nasty looking Penny be added to the “Smilies”.

When someone adds there 2 cents and you feel like its bad advice, or misguiding. There is no need to start a word war…. Just give a penny back… The point is made, “Thanks for the input but your wrong”..

(This would help me.. I constantly add my 2 cents and sometimes I am WAY off the mark.)
Jake
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
5,518 Posts
Good idea, but I'm worried about the image possibly being "burned" into my computer screen from appearing there so much. Would it be possible to make it, like, bounce around or move in some way to prevent this?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
256 Posts
Jake,
Let's just put a dollar icon in the que. Then we can use it 1/100th as often so palnalp's LCD screen doesn't pick-up a ghost image (yer showing your age) and I only have to admit my mistakes once or twice a week rather than every other post.
Regards
Mark
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
663 Posts
Discussion Starter #4
I'm worried about the image possibly being "burned" into my computer screen from appearing there so much. ?
I agree.... Burned into the screen????? What the hell is he talkin about.??? :stickpoke:

Your TRS80 needs an Upgrade..:12a:

HAHAHAHA... Heres my "Penny" :t1204:
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
5,518 Posts
I heard IBM, the adding machine people, are coming out with a new machine that has a 286 processor and a 40 megabyte hard drive. Man. They say it can even present "graphics" on the screen instead of just green text with a black background.

Also heard Kawasaki came out with a new model called the "KLR650".......Nice bike, but still uses a carburetor! You'd think they'd get with the times. It's all about fuel injection these days. Nobody's gonna buy old-fashioned crap like that.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
256 Posts
If it makes you feel better, it took man from the dawn of history until the early 1900's to move from hand made wheels for horse drawn wagons. It only took another 20 years to get rid of wooden wheels and go to steel. All things being relative, the carborated engine is still only moderately outdated, still about on par with chain drive.
 
1 - 6 of 6 Posts
Top