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Old 07-25-06, 02:21 AM   #851
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anyone one got one of those back 'hanger', inverter things?

I wonder if they can be stored in such a way that they don't take up too much space.

She'd store much better in a king size bed than on that rack thing


and re the Menzies thing AUS, USA, dyslexia sukcs
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and re the Menzies thing AUS, USA, dyslexia sukcs
Not if yer a member of the DNA (National Dyslexic Assoc)
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anyone one got one of those back 'hanger', inverter things?

I wonder if they can be stored in such a way that they don't take up too much space.


can you buy her seperate?
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Old 07-25-06, 06:30 AM   #855
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Just went and saw 'Jindabyne'. Not recommended for second date material. Well made, good thought provoking stuff though. Doesn't pull any punches regarding gender relations, communities, race relations, relationship relations...
Got the conscience working but. I did explain to the Seppo last night that she didn't have necessarily have to tip at all if she really didn't want to. Oh and the snog was mutual. No apologies for the Lancebashing though.

I've used one those upsidedowny things. Does work quite well for the back, and yes you do feel the blood pressure in the head, but that's not necessarily a bad thing is it?

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Old 07-25-06, 06:34 AM   #856
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That's the bizarrest sex-aid I've seen in quite some time.
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Got the conscience working but. I did explain to the Seppo last night that she didn't have necessarily have to tip at all if she really didn't want to. Oh and the snog was mutual.

How are these things related?
Just having a laugh, you're a bit disjointed.

Autonomy Day on Friday I can't Wait. Now if I was a Yank I would Celebrate the uni's independance by blowing some of it up
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Just having a laugh, you're a bit disjointed.

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I'm addressing that problem as we speak. It may not help though
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Kotter, in Utah we also celebrate July 24 - Pioneer Day. We blew up more stuff.
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Kotter, in Utah we also celebrate July 24 - Pioneer Day. We blew up more stuff.
I was hoping you would reply.
Can you ship me over some crackers by Thursday arvo?
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anyone one got one of those back 'hanger', inverter things?

I wonder if they can be stored in such a way that they don't take up too much space.

nice rack....
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Is this a bad design for a cycling jersey?
http://www.cafepress.com/buy/Bicycli.../fpt_/c_/hlv_t
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The other day I gaffered 5lbs to each of my rollerblades and hung off my homemade chin-up 'bar', but i could only last a couple of minutes.

Thats not bad though. My longest chinup was 3min something, but that was back as a teenager, and certainly not with any weights strapped to my bloody ankles. As regards the upsidedowny thingy though, you relax while you're on it and you upper body weight does a very nice job of stretching you out; it gets more effective the more you relax. Much different to hanging your weight from your tensed arms. Try one in a shop or something if you get the chance.
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Old 07-25-06, 03:15 PM   #864
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Ahh, the life of a Uni student. Drink till you puke young kotter! Then do it all over again.

What events are you entering? Iron man? Boat races?
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I was hoping you would reply.
Can you ship me over some crackers by Thursday arvo?
Quick drive to Fyshwick should sort that out.
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The porn capital of the world also sells crackers? There's an odd juxtaposition for you...
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Is this a bad design for a cycling jersey?
http://www.cafepress.com/buy/Bicycli.../fpt_/c_/hlv_t
Hmm, it's interesting. I would venture to suggest that your chances of success with the opposite sex may be somewhat diminished whilst wearing this design.

"Honk if you're a witless porcine sodomiser" would be equally effective but a little more subtle.
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Old 07-25-06, 04:45 PM   #869
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yeah. I was thinkin I wouldn't hang on such an angle, but i might just stick to my big rubber ball.

What's the traction contraption you had? Some kinda weighted shoe thing -- but what supported your upper body?

The other day I gaffered 5lbs to each of my rollerblades and hung off my homemade chin-up 'bar', but i could only last a couple of minutes.
It's two big foam "boots" that you put your lower legs in, then they velcro up tight....looks like you've got two broken legs. You lie in bed, the foot end on a couple of blocks so it's raised slightly, and attach these special plastic bags you fill up with the requisite amount of water to reach a set weight (I was 15lbs per leg) to a stirrup-thing that goes under the sole of your foot. The bags then hang off the end of the bend, stretching you out gently. 1-2 hours a day....I'd just watch TV and fall asleep.

Didn't really feel it doing much, was pretty sore afterwards. But then I went down like a bag of dirt a week later and it was all change.
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"Honk if you're a witless porcine sodomiser" would be equally effective but a little more subtle.
That reminds me of an MP3 I heard a while ago. Does anyone remember the "Abdominizer" and their terrible infomercials? Someone emailed me an MP3 that was a spoof of that ad for a product called the "sodomiser". I wonder if I can dig it up from somewhere.
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Karl Menzies is getting some good results over there in the US. I remember seeing him ride the Lygon St stage of the HeraldSun Tour a couple of years ago when he got brought into a team as a last minute replacement. And then proceed to rip everyone's legs off!!

Hilts just won the Gastown GP....Aussies flying.
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http://www.audiocomedy.net/fakeads/sodomizer.shtml
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Hilts just won the Gastown GP....Aussies flying.
Chaddy just won the Mt Holly Invitational too !!
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**** that was funny vette!
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That reminds me of an MP3 I heard a while ago. Does anyone remember the "Abdominizer" and their terrible infomercials? Someone emailed me an MP3 that was a spoof of that ad for a product called the "sodomiser". I wonder if I can dig it up from somewhere.
Hmmm...bet you got some interesting results when you googled for a product with a name like that

Very funny skit though.
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