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Old June 14th 16, 08:42 AM posted to rec.bicycles.soc
John B.[_6_]
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On Tue, 14 Jun 2016 01:15:06 -0500, "EdwardDolan"
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"John B." wrote in message ...

On Sun, 12 Jun 2016 22:06:28 -0500, "EdwardDolan"
wrote:

"John B." wrote in message ...

On Sun, 12 Jun 2016 03:47:28 -0500, "EdwardDolan"
wrote:

"John B." wrote in message
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Edward Dolan wrote:

Trails are for walking.

And yet another gem of wisdom from the master's voice...... well
except for the Taimiami Trail is 275 miles of paved road, or The
Skechewaug Trail, up there in VT. or maybe The National Old Trails
Road, also known as the Ocean-to-Ocean Highway, which was established
in 1912,It was 3,096 miles long and stretched from Baltimore, Maryland
(some old maps indicate New York City was the actual eastern
terminus), to California. Much of the route follows the old National
Road and the Santa Fe Trail.

The above response should tell anyone still left on this newsgroup what an
idiot John B.(Bull****ter) is, or do you think those are the kind of trails
that are being discussed here? He not only wants to deconstruct words, but
he also thinks he is being witty, not realizing that he is just being dumb
and stupid. It is why I will continue to treat him with nothing but
contempt.


Ah yes.... another gem of wisdom from the lips of the great Dolan, who

has been treating us to his theme song "Trails are for walking; Whatís
the matter? Canít walk?" for some years now. Has his little ditty ever
mentioned foot trails, walking trails or even snake tails [trails]? Nope, not a
single peep out of his pristine lips.

All messages are in some kind of context. The fact that you canít figure out the context just tells the world what a dummy you are.


Certainly. But here you are singing Do Wacka Do Wacka Do", and if some

one questions that you say "Oh, you should have known what I meant".

If you canít figure out the context without being told what it is, then you are too god damn ****ing stupid for this newsgroup, and most likely, for any and all newsgroups.


Strangely enough my spelling checker argues that "What's" and "can't"

are misspelled words. And, again strangely, my dictionary doesn't seem
to list either of the two words and my Thesaurus says "Queried string
not found in thesaurus!" when I query either word.

You had best get a new dictionary. And a spell checker must be used by someone with some education.

Whatís the matter? is short for What is the matter? Canít walk is short for Can not walk? Ever hear of the apostrophe? I suggest you stick to your low brow culture and not meddle with a genius like me.

Ah well...




John B.(Bull****ter) still does not know what is meant by ďtrailĒ in the context of these threads on this newsgroup? His ignorance it truly unconquerable!


In the context of this message?


In the context of this newsgroup, you god damn ****ing moron!

The following **** has been deleted as it is too idiotic to merit a response from someone so Great as Myself.
[...]


Of course you deleted it.

You see, anything that depicts Edward as he actually is, in all his
naked glory, warts and all, must obviously, to nearly everyone, be a
filthy, nasty, damned, stinking, lie.

A lie? Of course Sir.

Anything that does not depict "the Great", in all his imagined glory,
must be a lie!

Another problem that "the Great" has is that in Ed's world words
aren't definite. They have, what one might call, "moveable meanings"
which allow Dolan to slide them around and claim and argue that they
mean "this" today... and "that" tomorrow.

"The Great" (as he describes himself) also imagines that he is a
unique and superior creature however Lewis Carroll described him way
back in November 1864, when he reported the conversation a little girl
had with an egg.

The Egg says, "When I use a word, he said, in rather a scornful tone,
'it means just what I choose it to mean, neither more nor less."'

The little girl replies, "The question is, whether you can make words
mean so many different things."

Imagine that, a tiny little small girl revealed "The Great" as a
buffoon a hundred and fifty years ago.

The Great that was?
--
cheers,

John B.

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