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View Poll Results: How do you feel about the coming new year?
It will be better than 2006 and previous years. 13 54.17%
It will be about the same as last year, I need a drink. 5 20.83%
It will be better than pie, and I like pie. 2 8.33%
It sucks already. Why do you have a friggen poll? 4 16.67%
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Old 12-30-06, 10:16 PM   #1
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The Happy New Year Thread

2007!

Happy New Year. I think you're all rad just for lovin' bicycles. We can agree to disagree on the rest, but if you like bikes, then I think you're cool.



May 2007 be the start of great things!
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Old 12-30-06, 10:18 PM   #2
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But it's still 06?

I'm stoked for 07. I'm going to ring in the new years with some changes. Yayy.

and some hugs hopefully.
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Old 12-30-06, 10:23 PM   #3
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happy new year to you too serendipper.
and to all of you, all of us
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Old 12-30-06, 10:24 PM   #4
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Did you vote the first one bdg? I voted the first one.
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I voted with the majority, Happy New Year ya'all
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7 is my lucky number!!!!!!!!!!!
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Did you vote the first one bdg? I voted the first one.
yes I did, couldnt be any worst then last year, I spend it with you guys on the couch with my achille's torned.
so yeah Im up for a good year!
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Optimistic. I have to be.
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Optimist => Glass if half full
Pessimist => Glass is half empty
Engineer => Glass is twice as big as it needs to be. How inefficient.
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Optimist => Glass if half full
Pessimist => Glass is half empty
Engineer => Glass is twice as big as it needs to be. How inefficient.
Danno => Who needs a glass when you can drink out of her belly button.
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I feel it will be a better year. I can think of a couple people I know who could really use a good year (VV being one of em).
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I feel it will be a better year. I can think of a couple people I know who could really use a good year (VV being one of em).
With friends like you in the picture, how could next year not be better? Thanks
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Thanks. Just being honest.
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And that's a good thing.
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It still feels the same.
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It still feels the same.
Um...hey, man....that's 'cause it is the same!

It's not 2007 yet...
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Always one in the crowd. Too funny, "off the road and whereever."
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7 is my lucky number!!!!!!!!!!!
Well that'd be great if it was the year 7. This is 2007 baby! Yeah!

I think it'll be a great year for me if I can take the initiative and get my life in order. I need to find a good job, and do well in school...then it'll be a great year.

2006 was pretty boring for me. Nothing that exciting really stands out. Hopefully that'll change this upcoming year.
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I had a few really exciting things happen this year, but other than that... meh..

I am going to turn 20 this upcoming year. For some reason thinking about being 20 makes me feel old.
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Well that'd be great if it was the year 7. This is 2007 baby! Yeah!

I think it'll be a great year for me if I can take the initiative and get my life in order. I need to find a good job, and do well in school...then it'll be a great year.

2006 was pretty boring for me. Nothing that exciting really stands out. Hopefully that'll change this upcoming year.
"School." Hm... Did you post on my "Spring Classes" thread?

Sometimes boring is good. As long as it ain't bad. Dig?
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I had a few really exciting things happen this year, but other than that... meh..

I am going to turn 20 this upcoming year. For some reason thinking about being 20 makes me feel old.
That was a funny year for me, too. So was 30, but in a different way.

Hm.... Idea for new thread. Siu will be so happy -- another VV thread!
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"School." Hm... Did you post on my "Spring Classes" thread?

Sometimes boring is good. As long as it ain't bad. Dig?
Actually, I don't think I posted in that thread at all, sorry.

Yeah, atleast nothing bad happened to me this year. I think I'm going to have to take some chances this upcoming year in hopes of something good happening.
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Lets see....... I turned 40, did a great mtb festival with hambone40,24 hour race with hambone40 and girlscout13. Did a couple of killer weekends with some guys from mtb forum( Gastro,Hambone girscout,Flak,never)....good times. Ended up this year with a great Backpacking trip to Shining Rock Wilderness with grlscout.I'm starting out this year with some flyfishing so I hope this year is as good as the last.
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2007!

Happy New Year. I think you're all rad just for lovin' bicycles. We can agree to disagree on the rest, but if you like bikes, then I think you're cool.



May 2007 be the start of great things!
My brother just emailed me from the Philippines and he says 2007 is a great year (It's 07 there now!)
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