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Busted by F-Tard Security riding to my office

Old 01-05-08, 08:21 AM
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Originally Posted by KEGNASTY View Post
I Feel You Jm Keep It Up Just Dont Get Busted Again
Holy **** this thread just got the kegnasty stamp of approval. this is officially epic.
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Old 01-05-08, 01:49 PM
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if you want to go to work and stay on your bike just become a f*ckin courier/messenger, its not that hard. ur just like the security, complaining about nothing, its only "50 yards" so cop on and get off your bike, cant be that hard can it?
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Old 01-05-08, 02:29 PM
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I think the OP should be fired, out of a cannon, into the sun.


...but he should still visit from time to time. Otherwise this thread might die and I would have to be productive.
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Old 01-05-08, 03:40 PM
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He has really given the name "jet" a bad rep, darnit
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Old 01-05-08, 04:13 PM
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what it boils down to is that your superior told you to stop riding your bike in the building... when you get fired come back and tell us how much of a man you are.... maybe you'll be able to find a messenger job and ride all day... (except for the snow days of course)
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Old 01-05-08, 04:34 PM
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What do you think would happen if someone went to your house and rode their bike down your hallway because "no ones ever there so early" but someone just happened to be there this one time? they would sue your stupid ass (not calling YOU a stupid ass, just generalizing) for letting said person ride the bike in your hallway thats what would happen. Know read this carefully, they would sue YOU, Its not about anyone getting hurt or not letting you ride down the hall, its about insurance not covering a "bike vs ped" in the building!
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Old 01-05-08, 04:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Jet-man View Post
Here is the EM.

I commute to work daily unless it's snowing - so I've missed several days this winter thus far. I'm able to open the doors and ride all the way to my office w/o unclipping.

I get to work around 6-630 and never see anyone and pass zero people in the hall to get to my office. The urge to reply 'get a F-ing life you sack of S civilians' was pretty strong, but I with held ....
Dude, you are totally getting a bum deal. You know, it's a slippery slope - they take away your rights to ride inside privately-owned buildings, next thing you know, none of us are going to be able to ride our bikes through the hallways at work. Don't keep silent about this discrimination and harassment! There are organizations to help you, and you really ought to get in touch with them. They need to be embarassed!

http://www.bikeleague.org/

http://bicyclecolo.org/index.cfm

If worst comes to worst, there's always legal representation. I've had the pleasure of meeting Bob Mionske, and I can guarantee he'd find your situation fascinating. Check it out.

Just remember - you're fighting the good fight for all of us out here!
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Old 01-05-08, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by donnamb View Post
Dude, you are totally

http://www.bikeleague.org/

http://bicyclecolo.org/index.cfm

If worst comes to worst, there's always legal representation. I've had the pleasure of meeting Bob Mionske, and I can guarantee he'd find your situation fascinating. Check it out.

Just remember - you're fighting the good fight for all of us out here!
Don't forget

http://www.hallwaybikerrights.org/

http://www.insidetheofficepedalersfreedom.org/

http://www.cubiclecat1racers.net/

http://shutupsecurityguardyourenotmydaddy.com
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Old 01-05-08, 05:09 PM
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I like to crap in my wastepaper bin. I only do it early in the mornings, when there's nobody there (except this one time, when Debbie from accounts came in early), but those f-tards have told me I can't. Damn commies! I used to be a soldier!


I think the whole thing of referring to people as "civilians" is HI-larious. I would laugh my ass off at you if you said that as a soldier. As a civilian yourself, I might just do myself an injury guffawing. What an ass!
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Old 01-05-08, 05:12 PM
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on a forum like Security Guards- Hallways and Office Buildings theres a guy posting something like "Busted some F-tard hipster for riding in my hallways"

"I watch people commute to work every day, and at 6-6:30 every morning, some ******* rides his bike through the hall. I have the urge to yell out 'get some F-ing respect you F-ing civilian', but I restrained myself. We saw him on the CCTV riding down 11A into the NOC area. He doesn't value the lives of office pedestrians! What an S-stain. I wrote a short letter detailing his offences, and of course, have received no reply. All high and mighty, what an ass.

I hope he crashes on our carpeted halls and carpet burns himself to ****. "

******* is ***ed but not dick? I'll never understand this crazy place.


Oh, and XXXX company is a massive beer brewery on the east coast of Australia. Just so you know.
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Old 01-05-08, 05:13 PM
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Not only that, but I'm sure the Denver Post would want to know about this fascist company.
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Old 01-05-08, 05:16 PM
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how is this thread still going?!
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Old 01-05-08, 05:27 PM
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Um, winter in the Northern Hemisphere?
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Originally Posted by andrewssohip View Post
how is this thread still going?!
Likely because you bumped it.
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I suggest that you just keep riding your bike in the building no matter what anyone tells you. Please post to let us know what eventually happens.
He will no longer have free internet during the day.
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Jet-Man: Post a picture of yourslef so we can photoshop it into Nathan-Fabian-Epicness.
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Originally Posted by donnamb View Post
Dude, you are totally getting a bum deal. You know, it's a slippery slope - they take away your rights to ride inside privately-owned buildings, next thing you know, none of us are going to be able to ride our bikes through the hallways at work. Don't keep silent about this discrimination and harassment! There are organizations to help you, and you really ought to get in touch with them. They need to be embarassed!

http://www.bikeleague.org/

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If worst comes to worst, there's always legal representation. I've had the pleasure of meeting Bob Mionske, and I can guarantee he'd find your situation fascinating. Check it out.

Just remember - you're fighting the good fight for all of us out here!
Please, Please tell me your joking!?
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Originally Posted by ilikebikes View Post
Please, Please tell me your joking!?
I'd never joke about having met Bob Mionske.
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Originally Posted by donnamb View Post
I'd never joke about having met Bob Mionske.
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Originally Posted by piwonka View Post
i'm lucky if i can walk my bike onto the regular elevator without being told to use the service elevator. do you really think you should be able to ride in the halls. don't be dumb,
I always shoulder my bike.

Anyhow, the school campus here has an extensive underground tunnel system. I'd love to bike in the tunnels here because it takes up to 15 minutes to walk!
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Old 01-06-08, 09:27 AM
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I love how more and more people are showing up at this thread and reading it with the same amount of incredulousness that we all did when it was originally posted.
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I am glad my wife lets me keep my bikes in the basement, or I'd have to call her out on teh internets.
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Originally Posted by shogun17 View Post
Oh, and XXXX company is a massive beer brewery on the east coast of Australia. Just so you know.
Northern east coast, thank you - it's a Queensland brew. Because once you get below Brisbane, it's all about Toohey's.
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