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Welcome to Scoottoronto - the website for the writings and musings of Jamie Leonard
Sycophant, Genius, Madman, Entrepreneur. All of these words contain letters also found in Jamie's name.

Who is Jamie?
Jamie is a motorcycle and scooter enthusiast and writer.

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He's an occasionally published writer, and a sometimes upright motorcyclist. He's got a sense of humour so dry that it occasionally gets packaged in small paper packets and used to protect electronics. He's capable of consuming vital oxygen from the air around him, thus ensuring that plants feel useful.

Details of his life are sketchy, but it is safe to say that he was in fact Born. (Since he has a website, this proves he in fact exists.) After this, things get relatively murky for a while because frankly we weren't paying much attention but a lot of things involving school and diapers and angry goats happened.

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Where does Jamie write?
CMGonline, fortune cookie inserts, bathroom walls...

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He's had work published in small community newspapers, poetry published on occasion, and many ranting letters sent to various organizations, several of which contained coherent sentences at various points. Except of course for the letters to the "Chihuahua Fanciers Monthly" magazine. Those were a little on the foaming at the mouth side of things.

Jamie also self-publishes a monthly newsletter which, to save time, he puts directly into the bird cage as a liner. This is considered a bit odd by some, as he doesn't in fact own any kind of bird.

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Preparation continues for the MBSR scooter rally. Including the legal work necessary to avoid involuntary commitment afterwards.

Almost ready for the trip to France later this year - including confirmation of renting the sidecar rig. Asymmetry - the only way to travel.

The Ural is out and about after some air filtering issues - apparently the glue used in manufacturing them these days is... less effective than flour paste and hope.

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