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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiznaz
    Both do if you can make it look like you're working.

    Pro-Tip: For a long thread, copy and paste the thread contents into a memo in word with letterhead at the top. For responses to threads, type them up in the email client and then copy and paste them to the thread!
    That's so excesssssssive.... opening a word document with a letter head
    professional forum reader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRaffic Jammer
    for brad?
    i'd be waiting for you too schnookums, but we haven't met!

    (note to self: use "quotes" when referring to other posts)

    in other news, one week left until cRiTiCaL mAsS...

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    ^^ *winkies* ^^
    TO CAVERN!!!! have a great week-end yo!
    safety is now!!!

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    'guess I better get home before I miss out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lymbzero
    That's so excesssssssive.... opening a word document with a letter head
    professional forum reader.
    well if you're going to spend more than a couple minutes on it... I have a shortcut on my taskbar to open a new memo letterhead formatted word doc. I have even printed out a thread on scrap paper before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiznaz
    well if you're going to spend more than a couple minutes on it... I have a shortcut on my taskbar to open a new memo letterhead formatted word doc. I have even printed out a thread on scrap paper before.
    Usually if I check the forum at work, it's bike related anyhow, so no big deal.
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    everyone wish Operator a happy 21st birthday!
    (sorry if you meant to keep this private, man, but I had to let it out)
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    Quote Originally Posted by operator
    Newspaper are teh evil.
    Quote Originally Posted by lymbzero
    Such primitive forms of communication
    ouch. my whole career, flashing before my eyes!



    happy birthday op. for your birthday i will find you a white/persian girl wearing nothing but a bib.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canice
    ouch. my whole career, flashing before my eyes!



    happy birthday op. for your birthday i will find you a white/persian girl wearing nothing but a bib.
    print media has been active in its current form for something like 700 years. since martin luther published his first bible. primative? yes. still relevant? yes. i don't think the printed word is going anywhere.

    EDIT: i like bikes (that's for you wes).

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    Happy birthday to operator.... gods, I'm old enough to be your dad! (shudders)....

    oh.... and son of a ***** must pay.... (I'm watching Big Trouble in Little China - my favourite line)

    The rest of the movie is sucking pretty bad (never watch a movie you have fond memories of), but that line is better than make my day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by operator
    truneo that tuned park internal nipple wrench work ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremywhitehorn
    print media has been active in its current form for something like 700 years. since martin luther published his first bible. primative? yes. still relevant? yes. i don't think the printed word is going anywhere.

    EDIT: i like bikes (that's for you wes).
    Nothing wrong with print media....its the publishers of print media that are the problem for the most part.
    I also enjoy two wheeled, non-motorized vehicles.
    I miss Frank Magazine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavernmech
    Nothing wrong with print media....its the publishers of print media that are the problem for the most part.
    I also enjoy two wheeled, non-motorized vehicles.
    I miss Frank Magazine.
    what are you talking about, canadian journalism depends on conflicting interests between editors and publishers to keep things interesting. eg: drunkards like the walrus' editor-and-defacto-publisher ken alexander to mix it up with his psychotic tirades and surreptious rewrites that lord over the entire magazine! wait, maybe i wasn't supposed to say that... read the ryerson review of journalism spring issue, there will be more delightful anecdotes on this guy

    media conglomerates are scary. it took me until last week to finally see outfoxed, about fox news, and was totally floored. while i don't think the situation here is quite as bad (god bless the saving graces of public media outlets like the cbc), we have our own monopolies. for example... canwest owns three of the top newspaper dailies in BC: the vancouver sun, the vancouver province, and the victoria times-colonist. and a myriad of smaller ones

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    It is a chilly night with the wind out there. But the wind is good in dispersing my wind. Too much homemade 6 bean salad with roasted garlic, bacon, avacado and corn is dangerous. Tasty though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tovi
    everyone wish Operator a happy 21st birthday!
    (sorry if you meant to keep this private, man, but I had to let it out)
    Ok, it didn't work. 365 days till the next tour, and I will have my on CC by then. Shiznaz I applaud your ninja bikeforums browsing tactics.
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    Back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somnambulant
    I like bicycles.
    I must agree & caesars as well!
    HOT!

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    Yes...... A hozan bike truing stand went from $68 to $198 in 30 seconds..... holy lick.... I have two bottles of vino in me...

    And my media hard drive seems to have crashed.... damn you ext3!!!! more coherent tomorrow...
    Quote Originally Posted by operator
    truneo that tuned park internal nipple wrench work ??

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    I must admit im one of them peeps that snipe in the last seconds. Also Ive been looking in on ps2's, & coming down to the last seconds people are paying (bidding) more then they are worth in store new, crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canice
    canwest owns three of the top newspaper dailies in BC: the vancouver sun, the vancouver province, and the victoria times-colonist. and a myriad of smaller ones
    not to mention their other media monopoly, global TV and now CHUM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavit8
    holy lick.... I have two bottles of vino in me...
    A few parts red cap ale one or two parts jagermeister whoo hoo.
    Cheers all

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweep242
    A few parts red cap ale one or two parts jagermeister whoo hoo.
    Cheers all
    it must be saturday night with all the drinking going on here. i had a beer for my part but now i'm going to bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremywhitehorn
    i'm going to bed.

    A most excellent idea.

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    Happy Birthday Rob!!!!!

    The SS MTB is nice an' smooth...mmm like butta. I'm going to try the 42x16, the 18 is really spinny.
    Thanks Keith!!!! wooohoooo

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRaffic Jammer
    Happy Birthday Rob!!!!!

    The SS MTB is nice an' smooth...mmm like butta. I'm going to try the 42x16, the 18 is really spinny.
    Thanks Keith!!!! wooohoooo
    after the first dumping of snow i floped my flip flop hub over to the 42x18 and quite like it, spinny or no. i have to agree though, if you like to ride fast the 16t should do you well, it's about a 71" gear. actually probably less if you're running a wide tire on 650c.

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    finally finished the winter bike. not much to look at but i think it'll get the job done. i don't think my urbanite will last with winter being locked up outside all day.

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