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Off Topic / Another Crazy South African Politician
« Last post by smallengineshop on December 20, 2018, 02:54:45 AM »
If this was just some regular guy I would blow it off as just some nut, but this is a South African politician who is calling for killing whites. Click the link and see it for yourself: Black South African politician urges followers to 'kill whites', saying: 'We will kill their children and their women'

Off Topic / America Is Doomed?
« Last post by smallengineshop on December 17, 2018, 06:25:03 PM »
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I would rather be smoothered in honey and sat on an ant hill, than have to spend one day with this woman. I would rather be ship wrecked on a deserted island with only sand and no trees or animals than spend one day with this woman. I would rather be tied to a rocket and blasted into outer space than spend one day with this woman. I would rather be forced to jog across Africa with no shoes than spend one day with this woman. Anything imaginable would be better than spending one day with this woman.... :)

Please tell me most Americans don't think like her..........
This is the oldest motorcycle goggle ad I've ever seen. Not that I know a lot about goggle ads, but its from 1955 and that's pretty old. Notice it says you get a dozen space shields per box, and it looks like the ad was meant for motorcycle dealerships who had to buy one dozen at a time. The retail price of each goggle or space shield was 96 cents. That seems real cheap compared to today's prices. Can you even buy a candy bar today for less than a buck? It would be priceless to see someone go back in time to 1955 and tell the average person that  today people spend more than a buck for a bottle of water.

Gas prices in 1955 averaged 29 cents per gallon. The average wage per hour was around $1.71. The nationwide minimum wage today is $7.25 per hour. The national average gas price today for regular unleaded is $2.38 per gallon. After doing a quick search online the cheapest goggles I found were $16.20. By comparing wages and the cost of goggles today and back in 1955, it seems like money went farther for most people back than? Even with the lower salary of $1.71 per hour, it looks like people had an easier life.

What I don't understand about our economy are most goggles sold today are made in China to keep prices down. I'm pretty sure the Barnett Space Shield goggles were made in USA and were priced far less than the hourly wage for most people. Today I would need to work 3 hours at minimum wage to afford the cheapest goggles. Back than I would only need to work 1 hour. It seems to me corporations are making more money today and paying workers less. That would agree with recent news reports that say top executive salaries reach record levels while worker salaries have been stagnate or dropping for decades.

Off Topic / South African Land Grab Date Set - March 2019
« Last post by smallengineshop on December 09, 2018, 04:02:05 PM »
South African government agrees March 2019 is the date they can legally take land from White South African farmers without compensation. I guess that's an official way of saying on March 2019, we can steal your land and you can't do anything about it. The left likes to use the words equality and justice when describing land expropriations in South Africa, but more meaningful words are unfairness and theft to describe what's happen to white South African farmers. One honest South African politician went so far as to say “Your time is up, white people”. I can't believe this isn't bigger news in America. Even many YouTubers who like to parrot the news on video won't talk about what's happening in South Africa.

‘Your time is up’ South Africa sets date for white farmer land grabs – March 2019

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A 1955 Goodyear Super Eagle tire, A Truly SUPER Tire! Have you ever noticed how some older motorcycle tires almost look like they belong on car wheels? I think its the tread pattern, but also like the tire in this advertisement, the tires main contact area looks flatter than a modern motorcycle tire. Almost as flat as a car or truck tire. I remember being in a car parked in a drug store parking lot as a kid and looking at this big street motorcycle parked next to me. The only thing I remember is the motorcycle was a Japanese inline 4 cylinder and the stupid tread pattern on the rear tire. Every time I see a motorcycle tire with a car like tread pattern it reminds me of that motorcycle parked next to me as a kid.

Off Topic / White South African Farmers Lose Again
« Last post by smallengineshop on November 30, 2018, 07:08:57 PM »
Will self loathing Western progressives sit idly by and allow land to be taken from White South African farmers? Of course they will, and they will celebrate it by calling it progress. Its just a matter of time before White South African farmers lose their land. It wouldn't surprise me if something similar comes to America given our present course and trajectory. Probably not in my lifetime, but its not looking good for your kids and grand kids. Just my opinion....

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: "Its inevitable that we can use the transition to 100% renewable energy as the vehicle to truly deliver an establish ECONOMIC, SOCIAL and RACIAL JUSTICE in the United States of America."

White farmers' legal fight against plans to give their land to black South Africans without compensation is thrown out by country's High Court
Off Topic / Dealership Finance Managers
« Last post by smallengineshop on November 17, 2018, 07:12:02 PM »
I saw a job advertisement for a Finance Manager at a multi line motorcycle dealership that pays $140k to $175k per year. It was hard to believe a motorcycle dealership job pays that much. I wasn't even sure what a finance manager does, so i did some research. They are the last guy a buyer sees when financing a new vehicle. He is the guy who offers to sale the buyer unnecessary items or services like rust protection, undercoating protection, paint protection and VIN etching. He is the middleman between the bank and buyer who finds a loan and interest rate based on buyers credit. He is the guy who tacks on extra interest to the bank interest rate to create additional profit for the dealership. He is the guy who gets loans for people with bad credit with interest rates so high the person won't be able to pay off 40 percent of the principal loan balance after 4 years. If that isn't usury, I don't know what is. He is the guy who handles the document processing fee and vehicle delivery fee, which are often times either inflated or unnecessary. If you turn down all offers made by a finance manager for additional items or services he makes up the loss by increasing the fee amount for document processing and delivery. The finance manager is someone every vehicle buyer should be wary of.

The guy in this video, at 11:10, explains how he got a $10k car loan from a dealership with 28.5% interest. That's like buying a new car with a credit card and making monthly payments. He can thank the finance manager for that one. This is taking advantage of people for profit, and there is no other way to describe it. The buyer is responsible for signing the loan and nobody forced him to sign, but these bankers and finance managers know people are desperate and are more willing to sign bad agreements, so they take advantage of it.

I won't be submitting a resume for any finance manager jobs.

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The Harley Davidson model K motorcycles were introduced in 1952 to compete with the British twins. It used a side valve v-twin engine just like previous Harley Davidson flat head models, but unlike its predecessors, the engine was unit construction, which means one case housed both the transmission and engine. The K model was also the first Harley Davidson motorcycle to have hydraulic dampened front and rear suspension. The model KH was produced in 1954 and was based on the model K, but with many improvements. Those improvements bumped horsepower from 30 to 38 and produced a faster and better performing motorcycle. The K model motorcycles were replaced in 1957 by the Harley Davidson Sportster, which everyone knows is still around today. There is a famous picture of Elvis Presley sitting on a 1956 KH model Harley Davidson (see photo below). Also see the magazine clip below about the 1952 model K mentioned in a British motorcycle magazine.

Page 1 of 2 Advertisement for a 1955 Harley Davidson KH Motorcycle

Page 2 of 2 Advertisement for a 1955 Harley Davidson KH Motorcycle

Elvis Presley sitting on a 1956 Harley Davidson model KH motorcycle

1952 Harley Davidson K model mentioned in a British motorcycle magazine. Notice how they mention how the model K copied many features from British motorcycles, which I think is very true.

Off Topic / Nobody Believes Diversity Is A Strength
« Last post by smallengineshop on November 13, 2018, 07:02:59 PM »

A guy named Ramzpaul posted this photo on twitter with the headline "1914 Paris vs 2014 Paris. 1.4 million French died for this," (WWI, WW2).  Nowhere in this tweet did Ramzpaul make a value judgement. The tweet went viral and received 150,000 views in a short time. All comments were either from the right saying "how bad conditions are in France," or from the left saying "France deserves what is happening to French society/country." Nobody said this is a good thing and diversity is our strength. In other words, nobody believes diversity is good. You either support or push for diversity because you hate the host society/country, or your against diversity because you love the host society/country. Its very obvious who the true haters are by which side of the isle you stand on. The left is rooted in hatred for Christianity, tradition and white society.


KLG Spark Plug Advertisement - Sold at Triumph dealerships

I never heard of KLG spark plugs before finding this advertisement. In short, from what I have read online, KLG spark plugs were first created by a race car driver at the turn of the 20th century, in England. KLG are the initials of the inventor, Kenelm Lee Guinness, and he is recognized for building the first modern spark plug. KLG spark plugs were manufactured until 1989. I think NOS (New Old Stock) KLG spark plugs might still be available, but I don't know for sure. Notice the spark plugs are sold at USA Triumph dealerships, which is also an England company.

I've noticed companies tend to favor part suppliers in their own country. For example, Triumph sold KLG spark plugs in 1955 and Harley Davidson preferred American made Champion spark plugs. Its only when parts can't be found are companies more likely to buy from foreign countries. Manufacturing in your own country is important for many reasons. I've experienced this in my own life and wouldn't have some opportunities to capitalize on if parts were not made in USA.

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