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Old 03-23-22, 03:13 PM
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Originally Posted by RustyJames
Gray areaÖ.to be determined by the Crapmaster.

I just realized I had the box for 14 days so Iíll be banned ad infinitum. ☹️
I will make up for it since it will be on the road again Saturday morning...it's almost like reversing time...
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Old 03-23-22, 03:15 PM
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Oh Great Crapmasters of today, and those of the past...and those still to come...

What is your ruling on use of crapaterial for the modest machines given gratis to other personages?

EDIT: Final ruling by Augustulus Honkerius Caesar.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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At this time after consultation with my local League of American Bicyclists representative; It has been declared a possibility because you are promoting the activity of bicycling and self reliance for travel of the riding community. So it shall be allowed provided that you replace the removed items with Crap of equal or greater value than what was removed. And furthermore that pictures of the bikes with BOC parts on them identified.
RustyJames,
Not banishment but a requirement to say three 'Hail the " Box O' Crap"s!' and two 'Tullios' amidst the five candles used in the reception ceremony of the exalted "Box O' Crap".
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I am humbled by your generosity Your Honknificence. I will do as asked. There may be a beverage involved again.
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Atonement for my sins. A humble shrine honoring St Tullio.


Crap on brothers and sisters!
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Originally Posted by RustyJames
I just realized I had the box for 14 days so Iíll be banned ad infinitum. ☹️
Even worse.... NO reveal pics, or pics of your haul...
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I was considering playing the lottery, and then decided this would likely be far more interesting and personally profitable....

and I've got a section of my workbench teeming with crap yearning to be free....

So add me to the list, o exalted crapmaster!

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Originally Posted by Reco Very
Even worse.... NO reveal pics, or pics of your haul...
Au contraire mon ami! Post 122 shows the booty I took away.

Youíre right about the reveal. There was parts and stuff.
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Originally Posted by JulesCW
I was considering playing the lottery, and then decided this would likely be far more interesting and personally profitable....

and I've got a section of my workbench teeming with crap yearning to be free....

So add me to the list, o exalted crapmaster!

After careful review It shall be done. Crapmaster Honk
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
Jdawg,
At this time after consultation with my local League of American Bicyclists representative; It has been declared a possibility because you are promoting the activity of bicycling and self reliance for travel of the riding community. So it shall be allowed provided that you replace the removed items with Crap of equal or greater value than what was removed. And furthermore that pictures of the bikes with BOC parts on them identified.
RustyJames,
Not banishment but a requirement to say three 'Hail the " Box O' Crap"s!' and two 'Tullios' amidst the five candles used in the reception ceremony of the exalted "Box O' Crap".
Crapmaster MadHonk (AKA "Your Honknificence")
All hail the great, magnificent and benevolent Crapmaster! We bow to your wisdom!
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My extraction...

Mostly stuff to complete several giveaways...

...whoever put the bells in...Thank you...

...cone wrenches, lugs, saddle bag and mongo brake levers are for me.

If anyone wishes to have the lugs to build a frame let me know. I like them for displays!

Getting the box ready for @BFisher




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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Mostly stuff to complete several giveaways...

...whoever put the bells in...Thank you...

...cone wrenches, lugs, saddle bag and mongo brake levers are for me.

If anyone wishes to have the lugs to build a frame let me know. I like them for displays!

Gettingg the box ready for @BFisher
Bring on the crap! You have a fresh PM in case you forgot the address.
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The bowel movement has been initiated. On itís way to sunny, tropical Wilkes Barre, PA.
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Mad Honk , Supreme Allied Commander of all that is Certifiably Reusable And Perfect parts, I have but one request, sir. Put me in, coach! I've played thrice before and know the rules of engagement, those actions for which I'd be highly ridiculed and/or banned, and the virtue of posting the pictures of one's spoils.
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Just noticed that taking care of covering Brianís and my address did not preclude me from the bonehead omission of covering the mailing label...what a maroon...oy.

On the upside, now everyone has my address to send checks, bike parts and greeting cards.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
...sunny, tropical Wilkes Barre, PA.
Yes, and full of gorgeous women.

And money trees.

And it rains beer. The good kind.
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Originally Posted by BFisher
Yes, and full of gorgeous women.

And money trees.

And it rains beer. The good kind.
Makes up for Rolling Rock...
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Originally Posted by hokiefyd
Mad Honk , Supreme Allied Commander of all that is Certifiably Reusable And Perfect parts, I have but one request, sir. Put me in, coach! I've played thrice before and know the rules of engagement, those actions for which I'd be highly ridiculed and/or banned, and the virtue of posting the pictures of one's spoils.
After careful consideration and your insistence on repeated exposure to the Box O' Crap it has been done. Play on Crap-A Teers! Crapmaster Honk
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jdawginsc Iím glad you can use the cone wrench and the brakes for one of your giveaways.

Who ever put the bells in, nice job. Those are sweet!
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Glad to see some of my crap exit the box!

Everyone should have a set of lugs to fondle. Vintage bells from France are always a winner.

Folks, take one of the BOC stickers from the folder. They make a snappy addition to your builds, and show that you care.

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Since the class level of the BOC seems to have reached the stratosphere, if someone could slip a mixte frame in soon before it gets to me...
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Folks, take one of the BOC stickers from the folder. They make a snappy addition to your builds, and show that you care.
Because most of my stuff is fairly equivalent to whatís in the BOC, itís hard for me to remember what went where - it all looks the same.

But I know for sure that my upcoming build will have shift levers from the BOC. Thatís where the sticker needs to go!Ö if I can find itÖ
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Because most of my stuff is fairly equivalent to whatís in the BOC, itís hard for me to remember what went where - it all looks the same.

But I know for sure that my upcoming build will have shift levers from the BOC. Thatís where the sticker needs to go!Ö if I can find itÖ
I've got a coupla extra in case you can't.
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Originally Posted by gugie
Glad to see some of my crap exit the box!

Everyone should have a set of lugs to fondle. Vintage bells from France are always a winner.

Folks, take one of the BOC stickers from the folder. They make a snappy addition to your builds, and show that you care.

Dang it. Forgot to take some stickers. @BFisher if you happen to think of it, could you put a few in a stamped envelop my way? I was going to slip a few on the teacher bike giveaways.

For some weird reason, I think I remember putting Bell cheapo pads in the box at some point...or is it all mushing together.
@gugie and @RustyJames thanks for the bells (which will go on the teacher giveaways except the French one... I kept for me) and lugs, and the V-brakes and cone wrenches. I needed a single set of Vs since I was struggling to center the ones I installed on a Fisher to give away. The cone wrenches are a good addition to the mobile tool box.

Also, whoever put those beefy levers in, those are awesome. If my chrome KHS wasn't too small for me, they'd be perfect on that.
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I've got a coupla extra in case you can't.
Iíll let you know. I have a feeling Iíd find a lot of things if I just cleaned my shopÖ
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@jdawginsc, Not sure that's allowed. I'll defer to the Crapmaster on that call, @Mad Honk.

One can always have another go around, too.

Play on, fellow crapsters.
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