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Old 10-05-06, 03:56 AM   #26
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Pffft!
Can ya do me any deals on shipping? To ship anything makes cost as much as buying it from the lbs. But the problem is they dont have it. ie messenger bags. Cheeky transport does reload, but unfortunately no chrome or bailey works. Well chrome will send but its mighty expense.
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Old 10-05-06, 06:44 AM   #27
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Send me a link to what you're looking for, and I'll see what I can do. Except for a Chrome bag. They're lame. Next you'll be asking me to ship you some PBR.
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Old 10-05-06, 04:13 PM   #28
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Send me a link to what you're looking for, and I'll see what I can do. Except for a Chrome bag. They're lame. Next you'll be asking me to ship you some PBR.
PBR???

Not a fan of the chrome eh?

What can you on shipping for one of these? scratch that make it the same size super pro

Can I get a similar sized reload for $210 shipped from Sydney.

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Old 10-05-06, 08:52 PM   #29
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dont worry about it expat, just ordered a reload from Sydney. 215 delivered.

wotcha up to these days?
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Work, play. Getting ready for Halloween. My birfdee is next week too. Send me some NSW heads.
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Work, play. Getting ready for Halloween. My birfdee is next week too. Send me some NSW heads.
Well happy bday for next week. Ill probably be at work all week!
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Old 10-06-06, 01:11 AM   #32
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Work, play. Getting ready for Halloween. My birfdee is next week too. Send me some NSW heads.
You might find it easier to get some Acapulco Gold in Utah
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You might find it easier to get some Acapulco Gold in Utah
nah...ya gotta get into 'Labradore'
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nah...ya gotta get into 'Labradore'
Not heard of that one. I hope it doesn't involve dog ****
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Not heard of that one. I hope it doesn't involve dog ****
ummm actually it does....Classic Cheech & Chong dialogue, goes something like this:

"hey man, you ever tried Labradore, man"
"nah, man, what's labradore?"
" It's Dogsh!t man...mutherf**cker ate my stash, had to follow him around for 3 days with little baggies before I got it back, I think its even better than before, man"
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Well happy bday for next week. Ill probably be at work all week!
You, working? What happened to bludging?

By the way guys, I had to kick that habit when I moved back. I only did it a half dozen times in Oz. Slightly less often than the 8 or 10 beers I consumed over 3 years.
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ummm actually it does....Classic Cheech & Chong dialogue, goes something like this:

"hey man, you ever tried Labradore, man"
"nah, man, what's labradore?"
" It's Dogsh!t man...mutherf**cker ate my stash, had to follow him around for 3 days with little baggies before I got it back, I think its even better than before, man"
Actually I think I remember that one now. It was lost in the fog
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well I posted this in the other place so I'll throw it down here too. I got the bag today. Yay, except it didnt come with a sternum strap. Some pics on flickr if you wanna have a look see.
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Old 10-10-06, 09:47 PM   #39
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That is so exciting.
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That is so exciting.

aint **** all else going on here.
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That is so exciting.
At least kotts is visitinya !!!!!!!
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Old 10-11-06, 03:00 AM   #42
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At least kotts is visitinya !!!!!!!
Somehow I don't think that is any consolation.
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Old 10-11-06, 03:52 AM   #43
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Somehow I don't think that is any consolation.
well expat is welcome any time over at the other place. Seriously I dont know why Expat and Existence just post on both places. I do a couple of forum sites regularly and read/comment on digg a fair bit.

Anyway I like my damn bag
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'Cept I think Expat was having trouble with his profile over there, couldn't post or sumfink. As for Existence, dunno, strange lad that one. (waiting for suitably outraged response)
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'Cept I think Expat was having trouble with his profile over there, couldn't post or sumfink. As for Existence, dunno, strange lad that one. (waiting for suitably outraged response)
Well expat could always make a new account and be called repat.
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You know, you can always lob over there and say hello, it's not like you're being unfaithful or anything.

How's the convalesence going? Have you been staying off the bike? (stupid question, of course you haven't)
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I suppose there's no point in me saying cycling is a no-no at the moment?

Men! (sigh)

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Ah, but I'm not an Idol fan either so I don't see anything wrong with Kott3r not liking it.

In fact, I'd have to consider that being an Idol fan is a little strange, wouldn't I?
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I'm vey proud of the fact that I have never seen even 1 second of any of the 'Idols', 'Big Brothers', 'dancing with anyone, or on anything'.....unfortunately SWMBO is addicted to 'The fattest losers of all time'...I watch cos I'm hoping they'll drive 'em to having a heart attack.....I wanna see the paramedics try & lift 'em. ROFLMAO
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...i was making a joke bout myself... ive never been a 'fan' of idol or any reality tv except i saw bobby flynn one time and yeah he is different.
Ah, it all becomes clear now. Well, I suppose I should confess I saw an episode of "Biggest Loser" once - it involved 2 families of frightening proportions. It was fascinating yet horrible at the same time.
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