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Old 12-04-2012, 07:38 AM
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I've always wanted to try one! I like pretty much anything with wheels lol. I just don't have any place to ride one to justify buying. Maybe ride it down my driveway to check the mail, but that's about it.

I don't get the "dorky" stigma these things have associated with them. Remember back in the 80's and early-mid 90's when computers were "dorky"? Yeah, that kindof changed. Video games, same way. I was a "dork" for reading forum pages that I copied/pasted to my Palm Pilot and read them at lunch, but now what do you see? Everywhere you look someone has their phones out doing something when them at every moment. Social and cultural stigmas are retarded. Do what you like, it shouldn't matter.
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Old 12-04-2012, 08:26 AM
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... it has been very helpful in running my business (riding it from one warehouse to the other),
Now THIS seems like a PERFECT use for a segway - light transit for larger distances than you would care to walk (or it would just take too long), but you don't really need a golf cart. Kudos!
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Old 12-04-2012, 09:49 AM
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This is true of any car, bicycle, shopping cart, or whatever. Do you think it's MORE true with segways? Just wondering.
I think they are pretty neat and if I could think of anyway to use one I wouldn't hesitate buying one.

The tourist just don't know what they are doing and lack sidewalk etiquette. It's not the segway.
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hahahahaha Guaranteed to make you (namely me) to fat to fit in my Lambo!!! I need all the exercise I can get!!!
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i would rather ride a bike actually. better to get more excercise.

i think segway makes a great deal of sense for sightseeing. i wish they have them for rent in europe, where walking is really too much at times.
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I would really like to ride one sometime but I agree with bike riding for sightseeing.
I can see how it would be Ultra useful going from warehouse to warehouse. I have often thought I needed a Goped (gas powered scooter) for going from the office to our warehouse.

Damn, now I wanna get one just to try it out....
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