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Saturday, June 30, 2012

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Akbar Birbal Cartoon Short Films

The stories of Akbar and Birbal pertain to Mughal Emperor in India, Akbar the great (1542-1605) and one of his Nav Ratnas, Birbal. King could not complete his education but he knew the true value of intelligent and educated people so had many learned people in his court or darbar. Birbal was mostly concerned with administrative and military duties yet he was also known for his quick wit, wisdom and abundance of knowledge. He shared a great friendship with King Akbar and the latter was very fond of him. The tales of Akbar and Birbal have continued to delight children and adults alike across the country for generations. These tales are not only entertaining but also contain lots of lessons. 

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Friday, June 29, 2012

Mohabbat Chupao gay kaisay !! By Poetry Khazana

Top 10 Health Benefits of Lemon Water

Top 10 Health Benefits of Lemon Water

Lemon is grown all over the world. Lemon grows in abundance in India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Mexico and West Indies. Unripe lemons are green in color. When they are matured, the color is changed into yellow. Lemon is a must in the kitchen. It is a universally favorite fruit.
Many people often love the tarty flavor of lemon juice in their dishes. But have you ever wondered that you can put this lemon juice to many more good uses than this? Yes! There are enormous benefits of lemon juice and water in your everyday life. You simply need to arm yourself with relevant knowledge and you would soon start valuing this amalgamation more than ever.
Top 10 Health Benefits of Lemon Water
Lemon is an inexpensive, easily available citrus fruit, popular for its culinary and medicinal uses. It is used to prepare a variety of food recipes such as lemon cakes, lemon chicken and beverages like lemonade and lemon-flavored drinks. It is also used for garnishing. Lemon juice consists of about 5% citric acid that gives a tarty taste to lemon. Lemon is a rich source of vitamin C. It also contains vitamins like vitamin Briboflavin and minerals like calcium, phosphorus, magnesium as well as proteins and carbohydrates. Lemon is generally consumed in the form of lemon juice or lemon water. Lemon water makes a healthy drink, especially when taken in the morning. Daily consumption of lemon water provides a number of health benefits like:
  1. Good for stomach
    Lemon can help relieve many digestion problems when mixed with hot water. These include nausea, heartburn and parasites. Due to the digestive qualities of lemon juice, symptoms of indigestion such as heartburn, bloating and belching are relieved. By drinking lemon juice regularly, the bowels are aided in eliminating waste more efficiently. Lemon acts as a blood purifier and as a cleansing agent. The intake of lemon juice can cure constipation. It is even known to help relieve hiccups when consumed as a juice. Lemon juice acts as a liver tonic and helps you digest your food by helping your liver produce more bile. It decreases the amount of phlegm produced by your body. It is also thought to help dissolve gallstones.
  2. Excellent for Skin Care
    Lemon, being a natural antiseptic medicine, can participate to cure problems related to skin. Lemon is a vitamin C rich citrus fruit that enhances your beauty, by rejuvenating skin from within and thus bringing a glow on your face. Daily consumption of lemon water can make a huge difference in the appearance of your skin. It acts as ananti-aging remedy and can remove wrinkles and blackheads. Lemon water if applied on the areas of burns can fade the scars. As lemon is a cooling agent, it reduces the burning sensation on the skin.
  3. Aids in Dental Care
    Lemon water is used in dental care also. If fresh lemon juice is applied on the areas of toothache, it can assist in getting rid of the pain. The massages of lemon juice on gums can stop gum bleeding. It gives relief from bad smell and other problems related to gums.
  4. Cures Throat Infections
    Lemon is an excellent fruit that aids in fighting problems related to throat infections, sore throat and tonsillitis as it has an antibacterial property. For sore throat, dilute one-half lemon juice with one-half water and gargle frequently.
  5. Good for Weight Loss
    One of the major health benefits of drinking lemon water is that it paves way for losing weight faster, thus acting as a great weight loss remedy. If a person takes lemon juice mixed with lukewarm water and honey, it can reduce the body weight as well.
  6. Controls High Blood Pressure
    Lemon water works wonders for people having heart problem, owing to its high potassium content. It controls high blood pressure, dizziness, nausea as well as provides relaxation to mind and body. It also reduces mental stress and depression.
  7. Assist in curing Respiratory Disorders
    Lemon water assists in curing respiratory problems, along with breathing problems and revives a person suffering from asthma.
  8. Good for treating Rheumatism
    Lemon is also a diuretic and hence lemon water can treat rheumatism and arthritis. It helps to flush out bacteria and toxins out of the body.
  9. Reduces Fever
    Lemon water can treat a person who is suffering from cold, flu or fever. It helps to break fever by increasing perspiration.
  10. Acts as a blood purifier
    The diseases like cholera or malaria can be treated with lemon water as it can act as a blood purifier.

Now The Question Rise,How much should I drink?

In case you are in good health and weigh 70 kg or less, it is advisable for you to have juice of one-half of the lemon squeezed into one glass of water, twice daily. However, if you weigh more than 70 kg, juice of one whole lemon in a glass of water should be preferred. For maximum benefit, this mixture should also be taken two times a day, though you may dilute more lemon juice according to your taste if you wish.
Do not just remain oblivious to the gifts of nature such as this, for you should always try to make the most of them. So, make it a part of your daily routine to drink a glass of warm lemon water in the morning and then open your gateway to enjoy its health benefits.

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Funny Videos

Twin Babies Laugh Hearing Fake Sneeze

Twin babies dancing so cute

Complete Comedy Novel (Guzara nai hota by Mustansar Hussain Tarrar)

Complete Comedy Novel Guzara nai hota by Mustansar Hussain Tarrar My Favorite Writer, Its so Funny I could not control my laughter During Reading This Novel.

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Funny Pictures Which Make You Laugh

Talent man Open 5 bottles with mouth & Drink just in 1 minute

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Pakistani Talent Little Spider boy

Real Pakistan Most Amazing Video

Akbar & Birbal


Main characters in these Video are
Birbal: Raja Birbal (original name: Maheshdas Bhat) was the Grand Vizier in the Mughal court of emperor Akbar. He was part of Akbar's inner council of nice advisors, known as the navaratna. He is also one of Akbar's most trusted members and was appreciated  for his wit and wisdom, often involving humorous exchanges with Akbar. He was the only person other than Akbar who was a Din-i-Ilahi believer.

Akbar: Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar (Akbar the Great or Mahabali Shahanshah) was the son of Humayun, and the grandson of Babur, the ruler who founded the Mughal dynasty in India. At the end of his reign in 1605 the Mughal empire covered most of the northern and central India and was one of the most powerful empires of its age. During the early years of his reign, he had an intolerant attitude towards Hindus and the other religions, but he exercised great tolerance after he began marriage alliances with Rajput princesses. His administration included numerous Hindu landlords, courtiers and military generals. He treated these religious leaders with great consideration, irrespective of their faith, and revered them. He even founded the Din-i-Ilahi (Divine Faith), which included the teachings of all the major religions of the worldbut it amounted only to a form of personality cult for Akbar and started dissolving after his death.

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           Akbar Birbal Cartoon Short Films Part 2

Akbar Birbal Animated Stories - English

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Brief  History:

Birbal was the (Wazīr-e Azam) of the Mughal court in the administration of the Mughal emperor Akbar. He was one of his most trusted members along with being a part of Akbar's inner council of nine advisors, known as the navaratna, a Sanskrit word meaning nine jewels. Birbal was one of only a few persons other than Akbar that were Din-i-Ilahi believers.
Birbal's duties in Akbar's court were mostly military and administrative, but he was also a very close friend of the emperor, who appreciated Birbal for his wit and wisdom, often involving humorous exchanges. These and other stories have become part of a rich tradition of folklore and legend.

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Akbar Birbal Cartoon Short Films

The stories of Akbar and Birbal pertain to Mughal Emperor in India, Akbar the great (1542-1605) and one of his Nav Ratnas, Birbal. King could not complete his education but he knew the true value of intelligent and educated people so had many learned people in his court or darbar. Birbal was mostly concerned with administrative and military duties yet he was also known for his quick wit, wisdom and abundance of knowledge. He shared a great friendship with King Akbar and the latter was very fond of him. The tales of Akbar and Birbal have continued to delight children and adults alike across the country for generations. These tales are not only entertaining but also contain lots of lessons. 

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Tale of Birbal 4

Akbar Birbal Stories 1 (The Sadhu)

Akbar came to the throne when he was only thirteen years old. 
In the years that followed, he built on of the greatest empires 
of his time. He lived in unimaginable splendor. He was surrounded 
by courtiers who agreed with every word he said, who flattered him
and treated him as if he were a god. Perhaps it was not surprising that 
Emperor Akbar was sometimes arrogant and behaved as if the whole
 world belonged to him.

One day, Birbal decided to make the great emperor stop and think 

about life.

That evening as the emperor was going towards his palace, he noticed 

a Sadhu lying in the centre of his garden. He could not believe his eyes.
A strange Sadhu, in ragged clothes, right in the middle of the palace 
garden? The guards would have to be punished for this, thought the 
emperor furiously as he walked over to that Sadhu and prodded him 
with the tip of his embroidered slipper.

"Here, fellow!" he cried. "What are you doing here? Get up and go 

away at once!"

That Sadhu opened his eyes. Then he sat up slowly. "Huzoor," he said 

in a sleepy voice."Is this your garden, then?"

"Yes!" cried the Emperor. "This garden those rose bushes, the 

fountain beyond that, the courtyard, the palace, this fort, this empire, 
it all belongs to me!"

Slowly that Sadhu stood up. "And the river, Huzoor? And the city

And this country?"

"Yes, yes, it's all mine", said the emperor. "Now get out!"

"Ah", said the Sadhu. "And before you, Huzoor. Who did the garden 

and fort and city belong to then?"

"My father, of course", said the emperor. In spite of his irritation, he 

was beginning to get interested in the Sadhu's questions. He loved 
philosophical discussions and he could tell, from his manner of speaking, 
that the Sadhu was a learned man.

"And who was here before him?" the Sadhu asked quietly.

"His father, my father's father, as you know."

"Ah", said the Sadhu. So this garden, those rose bushes, the palace and 

the fort all this has only belonged to you for your lifetime. Before that they
belonged to your father, am I right? And after yours time they will belong 
to your son, and then to his son?

"Yes", said the Emperor Akbar wonderingly.

"So each one stays here for a time and then goes on his ways?"


"Like a dharmashala?" the Sadhu asked. "No one owns a dharmashala. Or the shade 

of a tree on the side of a road. We stop and rest for a while and then go on. And 
someone has always been there before us and someone will always come after
 we have gone. Is that not so?"

"It is", Emperor Akbar quietly.

"So your garden, your palace, your fort, your empire... these are only places you will 

stay in for a time, for the span of your lifetime. When you die, they will no longer belong 
to you. You will go, leaving them in the possession of someone else, just as your 
father did and his father before him."

Emperor Akbar nodded. "The whole world is a dharmashala", he said slowly, thinking

 very hard. "In which we mortals rest awhile. That's what you are telling me, isn't it? 
Nothing on this earth can ever belong to a single person, because each person is 
only passing through the earth and must die one day?"

The Sadhu nodded solemnly. Then, bowing to the ground, he removed his white beard 

and saffron turban and his voice changed. "Jahanpanah, forgive me!" he said, in his 
normal voice. "It was my way of asking you to think about..."

"Birbal, oh, Birbal!" the emperor exclaimed. "You are wiser than any philosopher. Come,

 come at once to the royal chamber and let us discuss this further. Even emperors are
 but wayfarers on the path of life, it is clear!"

Akbir & Birbal Stories

Birbal Stories are very famous and popular in India among all ages of people. They are also called by another name Akbar-Birbal Stories

There was a Mogul Emperor in India, Akbar The Great (1542-1605). His full name was Jalaludden Mohammed Akbar Padshah Ghazi and he ruled India from 1560 to 1605. He himself was illiterate, but he invited several learned people in his court. Among these people, nine were very famous and were called Nav Ratna (nine jewels of the Mogul Crown) of his court. Among these nine jewels, five people were more famous - Tansen, Todarmal, Abul Fazal, Maan Singh and Birbal. 

1. Tansen ... A Great Singer
2. Dasvant ... A Great Painter
3. King Todarmal ... A Financial Wizard
4. Abdu us-Samad ... A Brilliant Calligrapher and Designer of Imperil Coins 
5. Abul Fazal ... A Great Historian ( whose brother was Faizi )
6. Faizi ... A Great Poet
7. Mir Fareh-ullah Shirazi ... Financier,Philosopher,Physician & Astronomer
8. King Maan Singh ... A Great Man known for His Chivalry
9. Birbal ... A Great Man known for His Valuable Advice

Akbar's son Prince Sultan Salim, later known as Jehangir wrote that nobody could make out that Akbar was an illiterate. Akbar was a very hard-working King. It is also said about him that he slept only three hours a night.

Birbal (1528-1583) is surely one of the most popular figures in Indian history equally regarded by adults and children. Birbal's duties in Akbar's court were mostly administrative and military but he was a very close friend of Akbar too, because Akbar loved his wisdom, wit and subtle humor. He was a minister in the administration of Mogul Emperor Akbar and one of the members of inner council of nine advisors. He was a poet and an author too. 

It is believed that he was a son of poor Braahman of Trivikrampur on the banks of River Yamuna. According to a popular legend, he died on an expedition toAfghanistan at the head of a large military force due to treachery. It is also said that when Birbal died, Akbar mourned him for several months.

The exchanges between Akbar and Birbal have been recorded in many volumes. Many of these have become folk stories in Indian tradition. Birbal's collection ofpoetry published under the pen name Brahm are preserved in Bharatpur Museum, Rajsthan, India.

Many courtiers were jealous with Birbal and often plotted for his downfall. 

Tale Of Birbal

Emperor Akbar once ruled over India. He was a wise and intelligent ruler, and he had in his
court the Nine Gems, his nine advisors, who were each known for a particular skill. One of
these Gems was Birbal, known for his wit and wisdom. The story below is one of the examples
 of his wit. Do you have it in you to find out the answer?

A farmer and his neighbour once went to Emperor Akbar's court with a complaint.
'Your Majesty, I bought a well from him,' said the farmer pointing to his neighbour, 'and now
he wants me to pay for the water.'
'That's right, your Majesty,' said the neighbour. 'I sold him the well but not the water!'
?The Emperor asked Birbal to settle the dispute.
How did Birbal solve the dispute?
'Didn't you say that you sold your well to this farmer?' Birbal asked the neighbour. 'So, the
well belongs to him now, but you have kept your water in his well. Is that right? Well, in that
case you will have to pay him a rent or take your water out at once.'The neighbour realized
that he was outwitted. He quickly apologised and gave up his claim."

Tales of birbal 2

Akbar Birbal Stories 2 (The True King)

The King of Iran had heard that Birbal was one of the 
wisest men in the East and desirous of meeting him 
sent him an invitation to visit his country.

In due course, Birbal arrived in Iran.

When he entered the palace he was flabbergasted 
to find not one but six kings seated there. All looked 
alike. All were dressed in kingly robes. Who was the real king?

The very next moment he got his answer. Confidently, he approached the king 

and bowed to him.

"But how did you identify me?" the king asked, puzzled.

Birbal smiled and explained: "The false kings were all looking at you, while you 

yourself looked straight ahead. Even in regal robes, the common people will always
look to their king for support."

Overjoyed, the king embraced Birbal and showered him with gifts.

Tales of birbal 3

Akbar Birbal Stories 1 (The Sharpest Shield and Sword)

A man who made spears and shields once came to Akbar's court.

"Your Majesty, nobody can make shields and spears to equal mine," he said. "My shields are so strong that nothing can pierce them and my spears are so sharp that there's nothing they cannot pierce."

"I can prove you wrong on one count certainly," said Birbal suddenly.

"Impossible!" declared the man.

"Hold up one of your shields and I will pierce it with one of your spears," said Birbal with a smile.

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Monday, June 25, 2012













Jo na Mil Saka Usay Bhool Ja (Romantic Peotry)

Sunday, June 24, 2012

First Night

First Night

There are many misunderstandings or misconception about the first night of Marriage in our culture(Society). The biggest misunderstanding about first night of marriage (Suhagraat) mubashrat (intercourse) is considered most compulsary otherwise “Valima” the groom’s treat will not be Count Halal.

First night of Marriage                         
I don’t know since when we have been following such so called traditions. The first night of Marriage is all about care and share. The groom shows his care & love to the bride and they promise to care each other and share joys and sarrows together.
Remember at First night of Marriage
There is no need to learn dialogues for first night of marriage.
She is human she needs care (Love) not SEX. It is her first night out of her own home where she spend teenage.
Wedding Night or Marriage Night or First Night in a newly wed couple’s Life is full of love, romance, happiness and joy also filled with anxiety, nervousness,
hesitation and many questions about future. But with proper guideline and information bride and groom can make their first night unforgetable and memorable in future. Now a days for many couples, the first night is quite unpleasant as they could not satisfy each other. If ther marriage is an arranged one then it will be very much difficult to free at once and be motivated on the wedding night itself but every body should remember one thing that sex is not at all important on the first night, what more important is? to get to know each other better and try to take care of each other while taking it easy. In order to know how to win wife’s and husband’s first night, groom and bride can also begin with touching and kissing and exploring each other and have secret love only if when they are ready and comfortable for it. How to win wife’s first night love in a husband’s life? First night is always filled with anxiety, nervousness, hesitation and there are many questions which creep up in the back of couple’s mind but with proper guidance & information they can make their first night memorable.
Marriage night under pressure is not good and it leads to bitterness and disappointments. Couple should make sure that both of them understand each other and respect each other’s feelings and desire’s. However for a couples, who know each other, first time is easier since, they know each other’s likes and dislikes, mood, nature, feelings, and are more comfortable with each other. And “feeling good” should last past the se’x itself. And that means have safe se’x so you don’t have to worry about getting pregnant or catching some horrible disease.
Many women and men develop crazy theories about female orgasm which is not actually associated with ejaculation and they often hold themselves
responsible for anything that goes wrong in their married life. In order to know how to win wife’s and husband’s first night, couple should know that there are many chances that a woman or man may not be able to achieve full orgasm and love. But by the passage of time they can understand each others feelings and
So, chill your first night of marriage with care and passion.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Wall of Death

Todays Joke!!!!

Laughter is the best medicines.

Ek baar ek ladka rastey mein chalte chalte ek gadhe ke samne gir gaya.
Tabhi ek ladki ne use chhedte hue kaha, “Apne bade bhai ka aashirwaad le rahe ho kya?”
Ladke ne palat kar jawab diya, “Sahi farmaya bhabhi ji.”

15 months old Very Cute Baby Going Down stairs so Cute!

There were 2 Sardar Jees going for fishing. One of the Sardar Jee notices a boy drowning. He looks up to the sky and says “Hey Raba please protect the small boy
The other Sardar Jee bravely gets up and dives into the water to rescue the boy.
When the Sardar Jee gets near to the boy he notices lot of people has surrounded him.
The Sardar Jee asks nervesuoly “Oh Gee Hoya?
The man, who was a producer replies “Tu meri shooting kurab gurthee

Bicycle History









"A Short Illustrated History of the Bicycle.

Vehicles for human transport that have two wheels and require balancing by the rider date back to the early 19th century. The first means of transport making use of two wheels, and thus the archetype of the bicycle, was the German draisine dating back to 1817. The term bicycle was coined in France in the 1860s

The Walking Machine

In 1817 Baron von Drais invented a walking machine that would help him get around the royal gardens faster: two same-size in-line wheels.The machine became known as the Draisienne or hobby horse. It was made entirely of wood.


The Velocipede or Boneshaker

The next appearance of a two-wheeled riding machine was in 1865, when pedals were applied directly to the front wheel. This machine was known as the velocipede ("fast foot"), but was popularly known as the bone shaker, since it was also made entirely of wood, then later with metal tires, and the combination of these with the cobblestone roads of the day made for an extremely uncomfortable ride. They also became a fad, and indoor riding academies, similar to roller rinks, could be found in large cities.

 The High Wheel Bicycle

In 1870 the first all metal machine appeared.The pedals were still atttached directly to the front wheel with no freewheeling mechanism. Solid rubber tires and the long spokes of the large front wheel provided a much smoother ride than its predecessor. The front wheels became larger and larger as makers realized that the larger the wheel,the farther you could travel with one rotation of the pedals. You would purchase a wheel as large as your leg length would allow. This machine was the first one to be called a bicycle ("two wheel"). These bicycles enjoyed a great popularity among young men of means (they cost an average worker six month's pay), with the hey-day being the decade of the 1880s.

Because the rider sat so high above the center of gravity, if the front wheel was stopped by a stone or rut in the road, or the sudden emergence of a dog, the entire apparatus rotated forward on its front axle, and the rider, with his legs trapped under the handlebars, was dropped unceremoniously on his head. Thus the term "taking a header" came into being.

The Pnuematic-Tired Safety

The pnuematic tire was first applied to the bicycle by an Irish veterinarian who was trying to give his young son a more comfortable ride on his tricycle. This inventive young doctor's name was Dunlop. Sound familar? Now that comfort and safety could be had in the same package, and that package was getting cheaper as manufacturing methods improved, everyone clamored to ride the bicycle. This 1898 Yale uses a shaft drive to dispense with the dirty chain.

The bicycle was what made the Gay Ninties gay. It was a practical investment for the working man as transportation, and gave him a much greater flexibility for leisure. Ladies, heretofore consigned to riding the heavy adult size tricycles that were only practical for taking a turn around the park, now could ride a much more versatile machine and still keep their legs covered with long skirts. The bicycle craze killed the bustle and the corset, instituted "common-sense dressing" for women and increased their mobility considerably. In 1896 Susan B. Anthony said that "the bicycle has done more for the emancipation of women than anything else in the world."

Bicycling was so popular in the 1880s and 1890s that cyclists formed the League of American Wheelman (still in existence and now called the League of American Bicyclists). The League lobbied for better roads, literally paving the road for the automobile.
Pnuematic-Tired Safety

The High Wheel Tricycle

High Wheel TricycleWhile the men were risking their necks on the high wheels,
ladies, confined to their
long skirts and corsets, could take a spin around the park on
an adult tricycle.
These machines also afforded more dignity to gentlemen such
as doctors and clergymen.
Many mechanical innovations now associated with the automobile
 were originally invented
for tricycles. Rack and pinion steering, the differential, and band
brakes, to name a few!

The High Wheel Safety

High Wheel SafetyImprovements to the design began to be seen, many with the
small wheel in the front to eliminate the tipping-forward problem.
 One model was promoted by its manufacturer by being ridden
down the front steps of the capitol building in Washington, DC.
These designs became known as high-wheel safety bicycles.
Since the older high-wheel designs had been known simply as
bicycles, they were now referred to as "ordinary bicycles" in
comparison with the new-fangled designs, and then simply as

The Hard-Tired Safety

The further improvement of metallurgy sparked the next
Hard Tire Safety innovation, or rather return to previous design. With
metal that was now strong enough to make a fine chain
and sprocket small and light enough for a human being to
 power, the next design was a return to the original
configuration of two same-size wheels, only now, instead
 of just one wheel circumference for every pedal turn,
you could, through the gear ratios, have a speed the
same as the huge high-wheel. The bicycles still had the
 hard rubber tires, and in the absence of the long,
shock-absorbing spokes, the ride they provided was
much more uncomfortable than any of the high-wheel
designs.Many of these bicycles of 100 years ago had
 front and/or rear suspensions. These designs competed
 with each other, your choice being the high-wheel's
comfort or the safety's safety, but the next innovation
tolled the death of the high-wheel design.

The Kid's Bike

Introduced just after the First World War by several manufacturers, such as Mead, Sears Roebuck, and Montgomery Ward, to revitalize the bike industry (Schwinn made its big splash slightly later), these designs, now called "classic", featured automobile and motorcyle elements to appeal to kids who, presumably, would rather have a motor. If ever a bike needed a motor, this was it. These bikes evolved into the most glamorous, fabulous, ostentatious, heavy designs ever. It is unbelievable today that 14-year-old kids could do the tricks that we did on these 65 pound machines! They were built into the middle '50s, by which time they had taken on design elements of jet aircraft and even rockets. By the '60s, they were becoming leaner and simpler.

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