Date: Wed Oct 8 15:21:48 2008

Author: Bill Norwood

Subject: What to do with a Bicycle

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Hi Instructors and TA's and other physics guys,



Just a momentary distraction, and I promise to get back to work:



What are 6 things that one could do with a bicycle once he and it commence
getting old?



1. Hang it up in the garage.

2. Admire it and remember.

3. Give it to a starving college student.

4. Etc.



This link leads to another option, and it's very much about energy,

which has something to do with physics, I heard.



http://www.mtairy-messenger.com/cgi-bin/coranto/viewnews.cgi?id=EkkklylAykAv
FDpTEK



Cheers, Bill Norwood


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Hi Instructors and TAís and other physics =
guys,



Just a momentary distraction, and I promise to get =
back to
work:



What are 6 things that one could do with a bicycle =
once he and
it commence getting old?



1. Hang it up in the =
garage.

2. Admire it and =
remember.

3. Give it to a starving college =
student.

4. Etc.



This link leads to another option, and itís =
very much
about energy,

which has something to do with physics, I =
heard.

http://www.mtairy-messenger.co=
m/cgi-bin/coranto/viewnews.cgi?id=3DEkkklylAykAvFDpTEK<=
o:p>



Cheers, Bill Norwood







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