I just spent a day with a bike that had been sitting in my living room for the past three years.
The old bike was on a trip with a buddy who bought a bike with it.
The new bike was being used for a job.
They wanted a bike for commuting.
It was on loan.
He didn’t know whether the bike would be there.
We picked it up and, with the help of a friend, went to a mechanic and had it serviced.
I bought a computer and had to replace the laptop on it.
And I had to get the old laptop replaced as well.
The bike is worth $400,000.
I spent $100,000 to buy it, but it was a complete waste.
It has no worth.
I’m glad I bought it instead of buying a computer.
It’s a nice bike, it looks cool, it has great features, and it’s worth $200,000 or more.
It would be much more fun to have the bike sitting in the living room if I hadn’t bought it.
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