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  #41  
Old November 13th 03, 05:01 AM
Mojo Deluxe
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"Paladin" wrote in message ...


Mojo Deluxe wrote:

"kantspel" wrote in message
...

newsgroup is over 90% full
of the most arrogant and rude people I've never personally met.


Key words Benjamin Spanklin, "I've never personally met". You've
never personally meet anyone here because you are a coward and always
will be a coward. Keep hiding, spanking, flailing and whatever you do
so well behind your keyboard, it's obviously all you have.

JD

Of all the folks in here, JD is the one I'd like to meet most. I can't
help but be curious what the real person is like. Whether your a
keyboard jerk or the real thing is an intriguing mystery.
holds up "sticks & stones..." sign

I got the inside scoop, he's the real thing.


Hah! You brown-noser, he's just a tough talking 15yr old mtndewd etard

poser!

No way! I got all the poop from someone on the inside!

I lump him in with that whole CO group of wannabes. For pictorial proof,
check out his website, or Anthon's pictures, or Matt's, you'll get the
picture.

He's got a web site?


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  #42  
Old November 13th 03, 03:05 PM
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snip

irc, the "las vegas bike shop" question came up before, (last year) with
ultimately the same shop mentioned, by Paladin. Is it groundhog day?

Penny


That must be it. I thought I was stuck in the twilight zone. But
figgerd, hey, yank my chain, I'll holler.


Paladin


The question came up in August 2003. You can view the thread he

http://tinyurl.com/uuky

- khill

  #43  
Old November 13th 03, 07:35 PM
JD
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kantspel wrote in message ...
newsgroup is over 90% full
of the most arrogant and rude people I've never personally met.



Key words Benjamin Spanklin, "I've never personally met". You've
never personally meet anyone here because you are a coward and always
will be a coward. Keep hiding, spanking, flailing and whatever you do
so well behind your keyboard, it's obviously all you have.

JD


Of all the folks in here, JD is the one I'd like to meet most. I can't
help but be curious what the real person is like. Whether your a
keyboard jerk or the real thing is an intriguing mystery.
holds up "sticks & stones..." sign


It'll never happen because of distancing myself from the crowd. Keep
guessing if it makes you happy though.

JD
  #44  
Old November 13th 03, 07:36 PM
JD
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"Mojo Deluxe" wrote in message ...
"kantspel" wrote in message
...

newsgroup is over 90% full
of the most arrogant and rude people I've never personally met.


Key words Benjamin Spanklin, "I've never personally met". You've
never personally meet anyone here because you are a coward and always
will be a coward. Keep hiding, spanking, flailing and whatever you do
so well behind your keyboard, it's obviously all you have.

JD


Of all the folks in here, JD is the one I'd like to meet most. I can't
help but be curious what the real person is like. Whether your a
keyboard jerk or the real thing is an intriguing mystery.
holds up "sticks & stones..." sign

I got the inside scoop, he's the real thing.


The only scoops you have ever gotten was had by picking up after your
hound dog in the backyard of your trailer.

JD
  #45  
Old November 13th 03, 08:08 PM
Mojo Deluxe
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"JD" wrote in message
om...
"Mojo Deluxe" wrote in message

...
"kantspel" wrote in message
...

newsgroup is over 90% full
of the most arrogant and rude people I've never personally met.


Key words Benjamin Spanklin, "I've never personally met". You've
never personally meet anyone here because you are a coward and

always
will be a coward. Keep hiding, spanking, flailing and whatever you

do
so well behind your keyboard, it's obviously all you have.

JD

Of all the folks in here, JD is the one I'd like to meet most. I

can't
help but be curious what the real person is like. Whether your a
keyboard jerk or the real thing is an intriguing mystery.
holds up "sticks & stones..." sign

I got the inside scoop, he's the real thing.


The only scoops you have ever gotten was had by picking up after your
hound dog in the backyard of your trailer.

I have a cat, and she is not allow in my trailer. She does a fine job of
hiding her p0op, so there is no need to scoop anything.

Seriously though, early on, I was offered a free clue by someone regarding
your riding skills, and knowledge of mtb'ing. I took them seriously, as I
thought of them as a decent enough person, that would not lead me
on.....unless you're willing to dispel the information I recieved as just
rumor.

Whether you like me or not, or flame me or not, or what you think of me
makes no difference. I'll still sleep soundly at night, as I'm sure you will
too, JD.

  #46  
Old November 13th 03, 11:52 PM
BB
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On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 13:08:36 -0600, Mojo Deluxe wrote:

Seriously though, early on, I was offered a free clue by someone regarding
your riding skills, and knowledge of mtb'ing. I took them seriously, as I
thought of them as a decent enough person, that would not lead me
on.....unless you're willing to dispel the information I recieved as just
rumor.


Then post it, and see if it matches up with the experience of the numerous
people who've seen his riding skills personally.

--
-BB-
To reply to me, drop the attitude (from my e-mail address, at least)
"It's a shallow life that doesn't give a person a few scars" - Garrison Keillor
  #47  
Old November 13th 03, 11:55 PM
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kantspel wrote in message ...
Paladin wrote:


kantspel wrote:

I'm going to be in Las Vegas in early Dec for a week. Can someone
save me the time of googling and recommend a good place for bike
rentals out there?


YEP, last shop on left side of the road that leads west to the Red Rocks
area. Can't be more specific, but you can sure find it from there.

They're good folks, but iirc, you'll get a Fisher.

Paladin

Thanks, amazing how many replies it takes to get something useful. Any
hints on the name so I can hit them up for more info?


The owner's name in 2000 was Mack, he was (is?) a really good guy who
stayed late for some travelling dirt bags, fixed what we'd broken, and
didn't exercise his right to screw over the tourists. Very cool
experience.

Paladin
  #48  
Old November 14th 03, 12:05 AM
Mojo Deluxe
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"BB" wrote in message
...
On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 13:08:36 -0600, Mojo Deluxe wrote:

Seriously though, early on, I was offered a free clue by someone

regarding
your riding skills, and knowledge of mtb'ing. I took them seriously, as

I
thought of them as a decent enough person, that would not lead me
on.....unless you're willing to dispel the information I recieved as

just
rumor.


Then post it, and see if it matches up with the experience of the numerous
people who've seen his riding skills personally.

I do not post e-mails.

Who are you, btw?

  #49  
Old November 14th 03, 07:48 PM
JD
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"Mojo Deluxe" wrote in message ...
"BB" wrote in message
...
On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 13:08:36 -0600, Mojo Deluxe wrote:

Seriously though, early on, I was offered a free clue by someone

regarding
your riding skills, and knowledge of mtb'ing. I took them seriously, as

I
thought of them as a decent enough person, that would not lead me
on.....unless you're willing to dispel the information I recieved as

just
rumor.


Then post it, and see if it matches up with the experience of the numerous
people who've seen his riding skills personally.

I do not post e-mails.


Nobody said you had to post an email, coward.

Who are you, btw?


Blaine is sombody, you're not. Get it?

JD
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Old November 14th 03, 11:04 PM
Mojo Deluxe
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"JD" wrote in message
m...
"Mojo Deluxe" wrote in message

...
"BB" wrote in message
...
On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 13:08:36 -0600, Mojo Deluxe wrote:

Seriously though, early on, I was offered a free clue by someone

regarding
your riding skills, and knowledge of mtb'ing. I took them seriously,

as
I
thought of them as a decent enough person, that would not lead me
on.....unless you're willing to dispel the information I recieved as

just
rumor.

Then post it, and see if it matches up with the experience of the

numerous
people who've seen his riding skills personally.

I do not post e-mails.


Nobody said you had to post an email, coward.

JD, if you're going to try and yank my chain, find a ladder so you can reach
it.

Who are you, btw?


Blaine is sombody, you're not.

Right. I'm Mark. You're JD.

Get it?

Unfortunately.....not lately.

Hey, thanks for the inadvertent input of yours on my saddle choice.

 




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