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Post  deminimis on Mon Jul 27, 2009 11:15 pm

Didn't know this forum existed, but unfortuantely, I'm probably on the downhill side of BRP ownership. I got into the BRP because it is hands down the best bike out there for dual sporting, in my opinion. After making mine into a respectable DS bike, I'm finding more and more I don't need a DS. I just need a dirt bike. So with that, I think I'll be a former BRP owner at some point. Would like to keep it, but maintaining 6 rides is just too much (not to worry, only 3 are strictly my bikes, the others are the kids' bikes and wife's (well, sort of her) Raptor. So, with that, hello! Of course, with the economy the way it is, I may find myself a BPR owner for some time to come. Great site, by the way!!



PS: Don't ask about the BPR replacement.
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Welcome, sorta...

Post  Bump on Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:19 am

what part of Oregon?

FINALLY! SOMEONE ELSE WHO APPRECIATES BPR!!!!!!!
(Bit-precise reasoning (BPR) is a new and promising trend in automated theorem proving. Traditionally, many theorem provers approximate bit-vector arithmetic by unbounded integers or even floating-point. Such approximations fail to model the boundary
behavior of bit-vector arithmetic (overflows and underflows) accurately. In addition, reasoning about non-linear operators over unbounded integers is particularly problematic (undecidable). Recent advances in bit-vector arithmetic decision procedures indicate that BPR could become a practical method capable of handling both boundary conditions and nonlinear operators precisely.)

deminimis wrote:Didn't know this forum existed, but unfortuantely, I'm probably on the downhill side of BRP ownership. I got into the BRP because it is hands down the best bike out there for dual sporting, in my opinion. After making mine into a respectable DS bike, I'm finding more and more I don't need a DS. I just need a dirt bike. So with that, I think I'll be a former BRP owner at some point. Would like to keep it, but maintaining 6 rides is just too much (not to worry, only 3 are strictly my bikes, the others are the kids' bikes and wife's (well, sort of her) Raptor. So, with that, hello! Of course, with the economy the way it is, I may find myself a BPR owner for some time to come. Great site, by the way!!



PS: Don't ask about the BPR replacement.
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Re: Humm, I'm always a day late it seems

Post  deminimis on Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:30 am

Bump, its not nice to make fun of people that suffer from piglexia.
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Post  deminimis on Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:48 am

Oh yea, approx one mile east of the Gorge Scenic Area, along the OR/WA border.
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Now THAT is funny!

Post  Bump on Tue Jul 28, 2009 8:53 pm

Much funnier that my silly post!

deminimis wrote:Bump, its not nice to make fun of people that suffer from piglexia.
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