The Federal Judicial Center is presenting its annual Supreme Court: The Term in Review (2011-2012) video program, a discussion of the high court’s decisions most likely to affect the work of federal judges. Our faculty of legal experts includes Dean Erwin Chemerinsky (University of California, Irvine — School of Law), Professor Evan Lee (University of California – Hastings College of Law), Professor Laurie Levenson (Loyola Law School), and Professor Suzanna Sherry (Vanderbilt University Law School). This year’s program will examine the Court’s decisions in areas including the First, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendments, Sentencing, Federalism and the Federal Courts, Civil Rights and the constitutionality of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. (August 2012) Video Rating: / 5
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Overall, this scooter is a blast! It’s so much fun to ride, quick to learn, easy to transport, and pretty affordable for what you get.
I highly recommend!
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It goes super fast and far, flys over all-terrain, and way more fun to ride!
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The KLR is the ultimate “dual” sport motorcycle. Truly a 50-50 bike, it can do anything you *need* to do on the road, and anything you *need* to do in the dirt. Keep in mind, it doesn’t do anything you may *want* to do, such as take a super-tight corner, jump a tabletop, or tackle REALLY gnarly singletrack with finesse, but most anything can be done with the right mods/tires.
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So you might ask me, “If the KLR is so perfect, why did you move to a DRZ400?” This video might help explain: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBn5cfxjRoQ
I spend MUCH more time in the dirt than on the road. Cagers scare me to death, and I don’t want to trailer a bike to the local trails, so I preferred a “street legal dirt bike” that’s basically good for short commutes and getting me to the dirt without the hassles of a trailer.
That being said, when it comes to longer range travels, I truly despise the open freeway/highway on a dual-sport motorcycle. ANY dual-sport motorcycle. To get to far-off destinations I would much rather trailer a dirtbike and enjoy the comforts of a car/truck.
When it comes time to circumnavigate the globe or make my Alaska-to-Argentina adventure, the KLR will be a top contender for my bike of choice.
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