Once you said it was a hobby we all stepped back a bit. You talk as if this is not going to be a hobby but a business choice though. So I have posted positive and negatives about this industry. The meter...well that is what it is. That setup will not do a even a 30 second rolling average of that number. Is it impressive for the product, sure to an extent. However, there are many factors that go into numbers and why/how they were achieved.
As for being fun....I agree with that. I have been in this industry for a very long time and that in it self poses tons of problems. While at home, in the office, or on the road I can see where I have "lost the fun" to some things. At shows and such I still have a blast, but then again it is never about anything but just fun when your at a show. Even when judging...just about having a good time no matter what.
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I'm not sure with Mobile. I have not seen him for a long time actually.
And thanks for the props man. I have to pass it on to some of out build team these days though(all though they just follow instructions haha). I'm to old and slow to keep up with our demand haha.
I had a few wrecks that just whipped out my back. Missing disc space in my lower back, another that is bulging and so on.... Lets just say my youth was great until about 22 or so...then I learned my body is not as indestructible as I thought.
Before anyone starts crying I was driving stupid or drunk or anything. That was not the case. Not a one of my wrecks were my fault.
The two that did the most damage are...
1. Was rear ended while waiting behind a school bus on a rainy day. The impact speed was 77mph(estimated by police)
2. I was ran over by a Jeep Cherokee at an intersection while riding a street bike. We both had green lights and she simply didn't see me before she turned left.
wow that's pretty similar to my wreck. I got nailed at an intersection on my bike. heart surgery, hip surgery, multiple knee surgeries, hands and forearm. Luckily no spinal injury. But I was stuck in a wheelchair for a year. I would not have survived if I was not a weightlifter. The human body is capable of amazing recoveries. I'm not quite the same as I used to be but I can still get around pretty good considering.
may be interested in this type of box pm me info when you get it worked out