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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    You would think so, but the stats are actually a little over 50% not, a little less than 50% is. It's very regional. The entire west coast has super-low rates, but the midwest/Bible belt has very high rates.

    Angie, coming in with the weiner modification expertise.



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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by 00clone View Post
    Angie, coming in with the weiner modification expertise.
    Whoops. You just threw up the bat signal.


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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by Al_4_State View Post
    I'm thinking the people that rip on bike attire haven't ridden very much. I always used to think the same way, and then I started biking. They're pretty god damn comfortable and make the experience a lot more enjoyable. You can buy shorts that prevent the genitalia from being prominently displayed. Granted, there are a lot of fairly hefty bikers that don't ride all that far/much and like making it look like they're into it, but if you're riding more than 20 miles in a sitting on a regular basis, you want bike gear.
    This. Its a night and day difference in comfort.



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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by 00clone View Post
    Angie, coming in with the weiner modification expertise.
    It is totally a huge topic on pregnancy boards. Along with piercing babies' ears, and other things deemed to be modifying the baby. Huge hot button issue.


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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    It is totally a huge topic on pregnancy boards. Along with piercing babies' ears, and other things deemed to be modifying the baby. Huge hot button issue.
    I'm getting my baby a tattoo right after it comes out of the shoot. Don't want the poor thing to have to feel that pain later in life.



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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    It is totally a huge topic on pregnancy boards. Along with piercing babies' ears, and other things deemed to be modifying the baby. Huge hot button issue.

    probably more controversial than formula vs. non



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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by Al_4_State View Post
    I'm thinking the people that rip on bike attire haven't ridden very much. I always used to think the same way, and then I started biking. They're pretty god damn comfortable and make the experience a lot more enjoyable. You can buy shorts that prevent the genitalia from being prominently displayed. Granted, there are a lot of fairly hefty bikers that don't ride all that far/much and like making it look like they're into it, but if you're riding more than 20 miles in a sitting on a regular basis, you want bike gear.
    i like throwing a sock in there sometimes to see if i get any "extra" looks..


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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    You would think so, but the stats are actually a little over 50% not, a little less than 50% is. It's very regional. The entire west coast has super-low rates, but the midwest/Bible belt has very high rates.
    I'm going to assume close to 100 percent agree it's totally gross looking though?

    Sorry fellas that haven't been snipped. But it looks like a turtle and it's weird.



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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckd4735 View Post
    This. Its a night and day difference in comfort.
    At first I thought this comment was about getting "cut."



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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    This thread is so chaotic that it makes me want to rent Snakes on a Plane.



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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by cowgirl836 View Post
    probably more controversial than formula vs. non
    I agree - and that's such an enormous deal that it's hard to imagine this being a bigger deal, but it totally is.


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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    I don't understand why people are so pissy about this. I didn't want to read everything and maybe this has been brought up, but anyway.

    I bike every weekend and a lot during the week. I bike during the day. I like taking my son in his burley. He is 3 years old. We will stop at El Bait Shop sometimes to meet someone for lunch, or Mullets. Sometimes we will stop in Confluence. I don't know how the atmosphere at 11 am- 4pm is such a bad thing for a kid. I spend money either buying a drink or food, my kid has water, milk, or whatever. He doesn't run around with his head on fire.

    How is that bothering the 21-26 year old drinking population?? I don't see people at these places that early partying it up.

    Unless it's a small town bar that serves food, I never take my son into a bar after 5 pm.

    Too many of you people have your underwear and head planted firmly up your ***. I don't see how this is an issue. Most parents will have their kid out of the bar before the drinking party crowd is there. I haven't seen any negative side effects from my 14 year old nephew who has been in probably more bars then most with us while on bike rides.


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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by bellzisu View Post
    I don't understand why people are so pissy about this. I didn't want to read everything and maybe this has been brought up, but anyway.

    I bike every weekend and a lot during the week. I bike during the day. I like taking my son in his burley. He is 3 years old. We will stop at El Bait Shop sometimes to meet someone for lunch, or Mullets. Sometimes we will stop in Confluence. I don't know how the atmosphere at 11 am- 4pm is such a bad thing for a kid. I spend money either buying a drink or food, my kid has water, milk, or whatever. He doesn't run around with his head on fire.

    How is that bothering the 21-26 year old drinking population?? I don't see people at these places that early partying it up.

    Unless it's a small town bar that serves food, I never take my son into a bar after 5 pm.

    Too many of you people have your underwear and head planted firmly up your ***. I don't see how this is an issue. Most parents will have their kid out of the bar before the drinking party crowd is there. I haven't seen any negative side effects from my 14 year old nephew who has been in probably more bars then most with us while on bike rides.
    ...I think more people agree with you than not, so the anger is a little misplaced.


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    Re: Kids in a bar/Thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by dmclone View Post
    Sorry to rehash this old subject but I was thinking about the kids in bars topic the other day while leaving El Bait Shop. I was thinking to myself that 10-15 years ago I rarely saw kids in bars in Des Moines. Then it hit me....smoking.....I think the ban on smoking gave parents the go ahead. Thoughts?

    I'd also like to ban bicyclists from bars. They are almost always fat, wearing tight shorts, and smell of sweat. They give exercise a bad name. Thoughts?

    I hate being a dick on a message board or internet tough guy, but you are an idiot. As long as people are out and working out and biking it's a good thing. Clothing makes it more comfortable as others have said. More and more people are biking and I hope that makes people like you move to somewhere remote.


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