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Hellllp. My bike Computer is acting funny(3 posts)

Hellllp. My bike Computer is acting funnyDel O Groman
Feb 11, 2002 10:59 AM
ANyone know if the government has a weapon that allows them to tap into my thoughts through my bike computer? I'm wearing protective gear, but you never know. I might have to remove it if there is the possibility that they are tracking me through it. On a more positive note I'm going to start selling my protective suit. It sheilds the user from electromagnetic radiation from high power utility poles. It will cost about $500 but will be well worth it.
Get a carbon-fiber bikeMe Dot Org
Feb 11, 2002 4:48 PM
The Government uses the ferrous metals in bike frames as an antanna to transmit real-time information about your biking habits, as well as your thoughts back to a top-secret computer in Normal, Illinois.

You'd better give me your current bike. I know how to dispose of it so that the government will not know that you are wise to their plans...
Keyhole-14 satellites can track a steel bike from space!Tig
Feb 12, 2002 10:28 AM
The old KH-10's and 12's phased array radars were fine for trucks, tanks and artillery, but the 14's and beyond are wonderful for tracking steel bikes. I'd talk about the thought recording devices, but I just heard a heavy knock on the doorndvjvknksd

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