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Old December 10th 04, 01:21 AM
half_pint
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Default Female cyclists.

Whilst I agree ,in genera,l the females are (on average) lovely people
do we really need them clogging up our highways with their lack
of positionl awareness?

I post this as an open question, I have no view either way myself :O|

I had better not post this actually.

regards

galf_pint.


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Old December 10th 04, 01:28 AM
garryb59
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On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 01:21:57 GMT, "half_pint"
wrote:

Whilst I agree ,in genera,l the females are (on average) lovely people
do we really need them clogging up our highways with their lack
of positionl awareness?


Sheesh man....you could always have your back to the mattress for a
change. Must be a Government directive out there somewhere...


Garry
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Old December 10th 04, 08:38 AM
Peter Clinch
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half_pint wrote:
Whilst I agree ,in genera,l the females are (on average) lovely people
do we really need them clogging up our highways with their lack
of positionl awareness?

I post this as an open question, I have no view either way myself :O|

I had better not post this actually.


Actually, I'm glad you did. It's taken you from the point where I was
only 99% sure you were a troll rather than just a naturally clueless
phenomenon of utter wrongness up to the magic 100% mark, so now I can
safely ignore you.

Pete.
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Old December 10th 04, 09:11 AM
Helen Deborah Vecht
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Peter Clinch typed


half_pint wrote:
Whilst I agree ,in genera,l the females are (on average) lovely people
do we really need them clogging up our highways with their lack
of positionl awareness?

I post this as an open question, I have no view either way myself :O|

I had better not post this actually.


Actually, I'm glad you did. It's taken you from the point where I was
only 99% sure you were a troll rather than just a naturally clueless
phenomenon of utter wrongness up to the magic 100% mark, so now I can
safely ignore you.


Half_pint isn't just a troll; he writes three paragraphs with so much
internal logical inconsistency that I doubt I'll have any fun playing
with him.

Nul points.

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Old December 10th 04, 09:14 AM
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Peter Clinch wrote:
half_pint wrote:


I had better not post this actually.


Actually, I'm glad you did. It's taken you from the point where I
was only 99% sure you were a troll rather than just a naturally
clueless phenomenon of utter wrongness up to the magic 100% mark,
so now I can safely ignore you.


Beat me to it. I wasn't quite as sure; there seemed a real possibility
he was merely suffering from a personality disorder. This calculated
troll removes that doubt.

--
Dave...

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Old December 10th 04, 09:58 AM
Jon
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"half_pint" wrote in message
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Whilst I agree ,in genera,l the females are (on average) lovely people
do we really need them clogging up our highways with their lack
of positionl awareness?

I post this as an open question, I have no view either way myself :O|

I had better not post this actually.

regards

galf_pint.


I am totally for female. cyclists!

Following a nice, fit female cyclist in her lycra is always guaranteed to
put another 1 or 2 mph on my average!

:-)



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Old December 10th 04, 09:59 AM
Eiron
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Jon wrote:


I am totally for female. cyclists!

Following a nice, fit female cyclist in her lycra is always guaranteed to
put another 1 or 2 mph on my average!


Round here they all look like Margaret Rutherford in tweed suits,
their bicycles have wicker baskets, and they are still faster than me!

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Old December 10th 04, 10:09 AM
Dave Larrington
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Peter Clinch wrote:

Actually, I'm glad you did. It's taken you from the point where I was
only 99% sure you were a troll rather than just a naturally clueless
phenomenon of utter wrongness up to the magic 100% mark, so now I can
safely ignore you.


I suspect that this may be someone else pretending to be half_wit for the
purposes of joke comedy trolling. /Why/ anyone should want to be mistaken
for the original half_wit, however, is a question best considered while
drunk.

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Old December 10th 04, 10:19 AM
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Jon vaguely muttered something like ...
"half_pint" wrote


I apologise for the 'piggy back' but I have hal****wit kf'd ...

I have no view either way myself :O|


You troll this wrongly, the sentence should be "I have no CLUE either way
myself"

I am totally for female. cyclists!

Following a nice, fit female cyclist in her lycra is always guaranteed to
put another 1 or 2 mph on my average!


I am totally in agreement. Even the more well-padded ladies look better
than even the best male riders ...

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Old December 10th 04, 10:47 AM
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In article , half_pint wrote:
Whilst I agree ,in genera,l the females are (on average) lovely people
do we really need them clogging up our highways with their lack
of positionl awareness?

I post this as an open question, I have no view either way myself :O|

I had better not post this actually.

regards

galf_pint.



I dare you to say that withing hearing (and punishment) range of
any of the female cyclists I know. They tend to have excellent spatial
and positional awareness.
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