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Old March 10th 11, 12:25 PM posted to alt.rec.bicycles.recumbent,uk.rec.cycling,rec.bicycles.misc,rec.bicycles.soc,misc.consumers.frugal-living
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Default Do cyclists suffer from traumatic stress disorder?

On Tue, 08 Mar 2011 17:24:21 +0000, "Just zis Guy, you know?" wrote:

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On 07/03/2011 23:52, Peter Keller wrote:
On Mon, 07 Mar 2011 17:24:51 +0000, Judith wrote:



Members of the medical profession refer to cyclists as "donors". (Daily
Mail)

They make ****ing awful donors.


Now now, Peter, you know full well that Judith is trying desperately to
make that true by repeating it, in lieu of it being actually, you know,
true.



Hello it's Porky Chapman - of Lou Knee and lying fame; set any piglets running this week yet?

Are you just here to stir things up?


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Guy Chapman : 5
Lou Knee: 2

Coincidence?
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Old March 10th 11, 10:06 PM posted to alt.rec.bicycles.recumbent,uk.rec.cycling,rec.bicycles.misc,rec.bicycles.soc,misc.consumers.frugal-living
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Default Do cyclists suffer from traumatic stress disorder?

On Thu, 10 Mar 2011 11:25:46 +0000, Judith wrote:



Hello it's Porky Chapman - of Lou Knee and lying fame; set any piglets
running this week yet?

Are you just here to stir things up?



Hagfishes live in fairly deep water where there is a soft muddy bottom
into which they can burrow. They have no paired fins nor scales; their
eyes are hidden under skin and they are almost blind. The surface of the
skin is particularly slimy since it is copiously supplied with mucus-
secreting glands. Hagfishes feed on some marine worms and crustaceans,
but they are best known for attacking dead and dying fish or fish trapped
in nets. Using the toothlike plates on the tongue and the single tooth in
the mouth, the hagfish bores into the prey's body and eats away all its
flesh and intestines, leaving only skin and bone.


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Old March 11th 11, 01:42 AM posted to alt.rec.bicycles.recumbent,uk.rec.cycling,rec.bicycles.misc,rec.bicycles.soc,misc.consumers.frugal-living
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Default Do cyclists suffer from traumatic stress disorder?

On Mar 10, 4:06*pm, Peter Keller wrote:
On Thu, 10 Mar 2011 11:25:46 +0000, Judith wrote:

Hello it's Porky Chapman - of Lou Knee and lying fame; set any piglets
running this week yet?


Are you just here to stir things up?


Hagfishes live in fairly deep water where there is a soft muddy bottom
into which they can burrow. They have no paired fins nor scales; their
eyes are hidden under skin and they are almost blind. The surface of the
skin is particularly slimy since it is copiously supplied with mucus-
secreting glands. Hagfishes feed on some marine worms and crustaceans,
but they are best known for attacking dead and dying fish or fish trapped
in nets. Using the toothlike plates on the tongue and the single tooth in
the mouth, the hagfish bores into the prey's body and eats away all its
flesh and intestines, leaving only skin and bone.


Even the alligators look like the "good guys" compared to these slimy
fishes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYRr_MrjebA

It seems like the mucus is a defense mechanism, so a cyclist with a
running nose may keep the predatory drivers away. When they blast the
horn at you, you sneeze at them or throw the Kleenex full of it to the
driver. Very interesting.

 




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