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Hi Robin Faichney -
>So designers and manufacturers don't count in your cosmos?
Of course they count. (Jeez....)
They are the ones who actually put that meme out there. In sight. Usable.
>the skills of balance are inherent in the species.
>But the idea of riding a bike is not.
Until it is, with the meme of the bicycle ready to mount.
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