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Old September 8th 17, 04:51 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On 08/09/17 14:32, Bod wrote:

Oh dear, you have a comprehension problem. Let me try to simplify the
word *choose*; *choose* means you have a *choice* where to live.
This discludes people who cannot *choose*, meaning that they do *not*
have a *choice*.


Welcome to Nugent's Wacky World.

(From my history lessons, I recall that many of the ancestors of the
present incumbents were not very happy about moving to the region but
didn't have any choice in the matter.)

People who *choose* to live in an area where they have seasonal
hurricanes are either stupid or ignorant of the dangers.


We have plenty of those in this country. They buy a house in the country
without realising that farmers have tractors or that chickens make
noises at sunrise.
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Old September 8th 17, 04:58 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On 08/09/2017 16:51, TMS320 wrote:
On 08/09/17 14:32, Bod wrote:

Oh dear, you have a comprehension problem. Let me try to simplify the
word *choose*; *choose* means you have a *choice* where to live.
This discludes people who cannot *choose*, meaning that they do *not*
have a *choice*.


Welcome to Nugent's Wacky World.

(From my history lessons, I recall that many of the ancestors of the
present incumbents were not very happy about moving to the region but
didn't have any choice in the matter.)

People who *choose* to live in an area where they have seasonal
hurricanes are either stupid or ignorant of the dangers.


We have plenty of those in this country. They buy a house in the country
without realising that farmers have tractors or that chickens make
noises at sunrise.

Another thing that many idiots do, is to build wooden houses in the
middle of forests in areas that are prone to wildfires and then wonder
why their houses get burnt down.
Many of these houses are burnt down on a yearly basis in parts of
America and Australia etc.
Some people have the brains of rocking horses.
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Old September 8th 17, 05:02 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On 08/09/2017 16:33, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 16:30:29 +0100, Bod wrote:

On 08/09/2017 15:47, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 15:39:11 +0100, Bod wrote:

On 08/09/2017 15:15, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 14:51:21 +0100, Bod wrote:

On 08/09/2017 14:32, Bod wrote:

I have a friend on the Gulf of Mexico side of the peninsula.
They have 500 mies to drive to be safe from Irma.

Quite a job on a bike, as I'm sure you will agree.

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I doubt the intelligence of people who *choose* to live in an
area where hurricanes are a regular occurrence.

What, the WHOLE of the sub-tropical area around the Gulf of
Mexico
and the Carribean?

It should be unpopulated wilderness, should it?

I said those who "choose" to.

The whole of the population of the Caribbean, Mexico and the
Central
American states, plus Texas, Lousiana, Mississippi, Alabama,
Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas?

What, ALL of them?

Can you not understand the word "choose"?
Are you silly enough to want to move to a well known hurricane
area
to live? Perhaps you would prefer to choose a home on a flood
plain
for your home?
There are many that choose to live in these volatile areas for tax
avoidance reasons, ie..greed, in which case I find it hard to
drum up
any sympathy for them. The same applies to the thousands who
*choose*
to go on holiday in the hurricane seasons. Fools, that's what they
ar


You have the weirdest of ideas about the people who live around the
Gulf. And their reasons for living there.
*
Oh dear, you have a comprehension problem. Let me try to simplify
the
word *choose*; *choose* means you have a *choice* where to live.
This discludes people who cannot *choose*, meaning that they do
*not*
have a *choice*.
People who *choose* to live in an area where they have seasonal
hurricanes are either stupid or ignorant of the dangers.

Just to be clear. I DO feel sorry for the people who have no
*choice*,
ie; the ones who are natives and born there who do not have the
means to
move to a safer district.

They can walk!

You too have a comprehension problem. If they can't afford move,
walking
won't help them.

Moving isn't expensive if you do it yourself.

Most indigenous people on those islands only have shacks.


Which you can build anywhere.

Explain to me how these island people walk to safe districts hundreds of
miles away carrying their possesions across the seas!
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Old September 8th 17, 05:12 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On 08/09/2017 17:10, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 17:02:37 +0100, Bod wrote:

On 08/09/2017 16:33, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 16:30:29 +0100, Bod wrote:

On 08/09/2017 15:47, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 15:39:11 +0100, Bod wrote:

On 08/09/2017 15:15, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 14:51:21 +0100, Bod
wrote:

On 08/09/2017 14:32, Bod wrote:

I have a friend on the Gulf of Mexico side of the
peninsula.
They have 500 mies to drive to be safe from Irma.

Quite a job on a bike, as I'm sure you will agree.

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I doubt the intelligence of people who *choose* to live
in an
area where hurricanes are a regular occurrence.

What, the WHOLE of the sub-tropical area around the Gulf of
Mexico
and the Carribean?

It should be unpopulated wilderness, should it?

I said those who "choose" to.

The whole of the population of the Caribbean, Mexico and the
Central
American states, plus Texas, Lousiana, Mississippi, Alabama,
Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas?

What, ALL of them?

Can you not understand the word "choose"?
Are you silly enough to want to move to a well known hurricane
area
to live? Perhaps you would prefer to choose a home on a flood
plain
for your home?
There are many that choose to live in these volatile areas
for tax
avoidance reasons, ie..greed, in which case I find it hard to
drum up
any sympathy for them. The same applies to the thousands who
*choose*
to go on holiday in the hurricane seasons. Fools, that's what
they
ar


You have the weirdest of ideas about the people who live
around the
Gulf. And their reasons for living there.
*
Oh dear, you have a comprehension problem. Let me try to simplify
the
word *choose*; *choose* means you have a *choice* where to live.
This discludes people who cannot *choose*, meaning that they do
*not*
have a *choice*.
People who *choose* to live in an area where they have seasonal
hurricanes are either stupid or ignorant of the dangers.

Just to be clear. I DO feel sorry for the people who have no
*choice*,
ie; the ones who are natives and born there who do not have the
means to
move to a safer district.

They can walk!

You too have a comprehension problem. If they can't afford move,
walking
won't help them.

Moving isn't expensive if you do it yourself.

Most indigenous people on those islands only have shacks.

Which you can build anywhere.

Explain to me how these island people walk to safe districts hundreds of
miles away carrying their possesions across the seas!


It ain't hard to build a boat.

Jeez!!!
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Old September 8th 17, 05:38 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 17:18:17 +0100, Birdbrain Macaw (now "James Wilkinson"),
the pathological attention whore of all the uk ngs, blathered again:
..

Jeez!!!


Oh come on, you're handy enough to have been a plumber. You must be able
to make a boat.


Prick.

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Old September 8th 17, 05:39 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 16:49:36 +0100, Birdbrain Macaw (now "James Wilkinson"),
the pathological attention whore of all the uk ngs, blathered again:


Point out the grammar mistakes for me!


You'll be birched if you do another one wrong.


Yes, you two are definitely Beavis and Butthead! LOL

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Old September 8th 17, 05:39 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 17:10:32 +0100, Birdbrain Macaw (now "James Wilkinson"),
the pathological attention whore of all the uk ngs, blathered again:


Explain to me how these island people walk to safe districts hundreds of
miles away carrying their possesions across the seas!


It ain't hard to build a boat.


Sociopathic idiot! tsk

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that was extremely vicious. I walked into his house and picked it up, then
cuddled it. He said he'd never seen it do that in 10 years."
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Old September 8th 17, 06:08 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Just to be clear. I DO feel sorry for the people who have no
*choice*,
ie; the ones who are natives and born there who do not have the
means to
move to a safer district.

They can walk!

You too have a comprehension problem. If they can't afford move,
walking
won't help them.

Moving isn't expensive if you do it yourself.

Most indigenous people on those islands only have shacks.

Which you can build anywhere.

Explain to me how these island people walk to safe districts
hundreds of
miles away carrying their possesions across the seas!

It ain't hard to build a boat.

Jeez!!!


Oh come on, you're handy enough to have been a plumber.* You must be
able to make a boat.

You're as thick as two short planks! These islanders have no water, no
food, no sanitation and are desperate.
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Old September 8th 17, 06:36 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On 08/09/2017 18:17, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 18:08:36 +0100, Bod wrote:


Just to be clear. I DO feel sorry for the people who have no
*choice*,
ie; the ones who are natives and born there who do not have the
means to
move to a safer district.

They can walk!

You too have a comprehension problem. If they can't afford move,
walking
won't help them.

Moving isn't expensive if you do it yourself.

Most indigenous people on those islands only have shacks.

Which you can build anywhere.

Explain to me how these island people walk to safe districts
hundreds of
miles away carrying their possesions across the seas!

It ain't hard to build a boat.

Jeez!!!

Oh come on, you're handy enough to have been a plumber.* You must be
able to make a boat.

You're as thick as two short planks!* These islanders have no water, no
food, no sanitation and are desperate.


Then WTF are they doing there in the first place?

And why do they need sanitation to build a boat?* The raw materials are
pretty easy to find.* Even someone on "I'm a celebrity get me out of
here" could manage it.* Hint: you don't need a hardware store to build a
boat.

So let's get this straight. They are starving, have no water, but you
expect them to build a boat that will be able to travel about 500 miles
over rough seas through two force 4 hurrricans (Irma and Jose).
You are definitely round the twist.

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Old September 8th 17, 06:57 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Bod wrote:
On 08/09/2017 18:17, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
On Fri, 08 Sep 2017 18:08:36 +0100, Bod wrote:


Just to be clear. I DO feel sorry for the people who have
no *choice*,
ie; the ones who are natives and born there who do not
have the means to
move to a safer district.

They can walk!

You too have a comprehension problem. If they can't afford
move, walking
won't help them.

Moving isn't expensive if you do it yourself.

Most indigenous people on those islands only have shacks.

Which you can build anywhere.

Explain to me how these island people walk to safe districts
hundreds of
miles away carrying their possesions across the seas!

It ain't hard to build a boat.

Jeez!!!

Oh come on, you're handy enough to have been a plumber. You must be
able to make a boat.

You're as thick as two short planks! These islanders have no water,
no food, no sanitation and are desperate.


Then WTF are they doing there in the first place?

And why do they need sanitation to build a boat? The raw materials
are pretty easy to find. Even someone on "I'm a celebrity get me out
of here" could manage it. Hint: you don't need a hardware store to
build a boat.

So let's get this straight. They are starving, have no water, but you
expect them to build a boat that will be able to travel about 500
miles over rough seas through two force 4 hurrricans (Irma and Jose).
You are definitely round the twist.


It's been quite a while since I've agreed with you, but I agree here.
Even so, you must realise that the psychotic Hucker has now sunk as low as
to troll you.


 




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