I’m very jealous that you interviewed Jeremy and haven’t interviewed me. Especially since Jeff said in his interview that I was one of his influences. That makes me laugh like really a lot.
But on a more serious note, did you see the last bike I just finished? It’s called the Green Agenda in honor of environmental wackos. Plus it’s painted green. As far as my bikes go it is the one most likely to punch somebody in the neck. I haven’t got it on the website yet. I can mail you some good images tomorrow if you want ’em.
|oh no it’s an atom bomb!|
I want ’em and Clay, I love punching people in the neck. It’s always unexpected and as they struggle to breathe, you get to think about mercy.
It’s funny you mention Jeff, since I doubt your bikes are like his, where you can’t make straight handlebars or fender struts or working brakes, where the paint bubbles within a month and half the s**t on it is falling off within a mile. I’ve had metal fabricators and welders put in 40+ hours to make the FREEDOM or DEATH MACHINE rideable with working brakes and all the loose bits tightened. Thank *** Limeybikes did his work for half price as a favor but it ****** off Matt, who did tons of killer re-fab to the point where he won’t talk to me any more like I built the f***ing thing and it’s lack of quality is my fault.
My fault was in being drunk and trusting someone who’s hand I’d never shaken.
Therefore, I wouldn’t go around being concerned with Jeff’s word. He got $7,000 worth of money and donated parts and after four months he left me with an unrideable piece of f***ing s**t I am STILL grappling with as of this edit in April, 2011.
Frame jig, anyone?
Regardless, Jeff told me he “knew” you when I informed him I was interested in interviewing you. He made it seem you were this hush-hush hillbilly recluse who wouldn’t be interested when I asked him about it. Since, I’ve figured you’re much too busy to mess with the likes of me and bikerMetric anyway.
Send me pix. I’ll send you some questions. You will be interview #13. That’s a good number and only unlucky sometimes…
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