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Old August 17th 16, 05:20 AM posted to rec.bicycles.soc
John B.[_6_]
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Default The high cost of mountain biking!

On Mon, 15 Aug 2016 17:33:04 -0500, "EdwardDolan"
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"John B." wrote in message
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Well, back again with your fantasies. What do they call it? Of yes,

"augmented reality". Of course that is an oxymoron as reality can't be
augmented, but I suppose it sounds a lot more technical than "Pipe
Dream", or "dumb ass dream", which would otherwise apply to you and
the other trekkers in their artificial "primitive" forest.

No wilderness on earth is pristine. All have been touched by mankind.

I mean, standing around with the trekking boots and the trekking pole

and the trekking jacket and the trekking pants, saying "Where's the
path?" "It can't be that dirt path there. Why that is all muddy and
I'll mess up the shine on my boots".

No one knows what you are blathering about. But I know you for the fool that
you are.

Than the Mountain Bikers come by all covered with mud and mire and

everybody has an excuse that they need to go home and watch TV. "Oh!
We can't trek now the trail is all messed up".

The only mess I know about is YOU!

No "trekkers" here just a bunch of effete fools.


Better to be effete than a destroyer of wilderness values.

Your juvenile sophistry will get you no where with me or with anyone else
with a brain in his head. Try something different, why don't you?

Mountain bikes have wheels. Wheels are for roads.

Trails are for walking. Whatís the matter? Canít walk?

Ed Dolan the Great Ė Minnesota


Hey Duddly, the other day I mentioned that I was wondering about you.
Whether you actually believe your stuff or whether you were lying.

And then you mentioned the Great God Vanderman and how smart he was
because he was a doctor. In fact you equated a doctorate with great
mental powers.

Somehow I seem to associate "Berkeley" and a doctorate in psychology
with the good doctor, so I did a search. Unfortunately Berkeley,
Psychology Department seems to have no record of any Vanderman, nor
can I find a reference to Berkeley granting a Doctorate in any subject
to a "Vanderman".

There seems to be something a bit weird here. A Doctor with no school
records?

Would you care to comment on how Vanderman can have a doctorate and no
school records the award of such a diploma?
--
cheers,

John B.

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