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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The A-Team Called To Rescue Taiwan Bicycle Industry

According to TBEA Chairman Y.M. Yang, when your industry takes a 20% drop in export volume and if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire the A-Team.

"As TEBA Chairman, I strongly encourage bicycle companies to improve themselves using the methods pioneered by the A-Team." --Y.M. Yang
Industry insiders should expect Taiwanese bicycle manufactures to begin retrofitting their bicycles with homemade flamethrowers, compressed air missiles and attempt daring escapes from board meetings using helium and simple trash bags. The fabrication time will be vastly reduced by introducing a funky base line and focusing on thick bejeweled fingers busily at work.

Taiwanese companies are already looking into replacing their foreign and domestic fabrication specialists and engineers with simply one multitalented "Big Angry Mudsucker", which will be arriving in Kaohsiung Port later this month to avoid the dangers of air travel.

Yang suspects that Taiwan will have no trouble obtaining the services of the A-Team as Taiwan's lack of UN membership would make it difficult to extradite the A-Team to the United States or other member nations where they could be tried for a crime they did not commit.


  1. You a fool, Hannibal! I ain't gettin' on no cyclocross!

  2. Hey, don't mess with Soldiers of Fortune 500!