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Old October 4th 11, 10:12 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
Edward Dolan
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Default ANOTHER Injured Mtn. Biker Rescued West of Bend, Oregon


"SebastianW" wrote in message
...
On Oct 3, 2:52 pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:
"charley" wrote in message

...
[...] all you two pathetic souls can do is muck up a google group. you
have

not now nor will ever sway or discourage anyone - neophyte or other -
from taking up this sport and practicing it as they choose. you are
only two. years ago it was only MV, now he has ED with him - i guess
you can say your side has doubled in membership! LOL!!! you have zip
- zero - nada influence. you have pretty much ruined this site and
there is precious little real backcountry info here (i am a
backcountry hiker/camper as well as a mountain biker and surfer)
because you two stink up the place so much, but that is the extent of
it all. we all still bike offroad and more are taking up this growing
sport behind us. sucks to be you.

You are engaged in both mountain biking and hiking! How is that possible?
The two activities are diametrically opposed to one another. You have got
to
be one screwed up *******!


Maybe because to the average person they're just recreational

activities, and one can enjoy both equally. Regardles, I'm done with
this crap. I'm going riding, on a multipurpose trail, and I'm sure as
hell not going to go slow.

Yes, by all means, go fast, hit an obstacle, go over the handle bars and
break your ****ing neck. Then lie around for the rest of your life,
paralyzed from the neck down. Well, that is mountain biking for you -
healthy to the bitter end!

--
Ed Dolan the Great - Minnesota
aka
Saint Edward the Great - Order of the Perpetual Sorrows - Minnesota


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  #2  
Old October 5th 11, 12:31 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
Mike Vandeman[_4_]
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Default ANOTHER Injured Mtn. Biker Rescued West of Bend, Oregon

On Oct 4, 2:12*pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:
"SebastianW" wrote in message

...
On Oct 3, 2:52 pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:





"charley" wrote in message


....
[...] all you two pathetic souls can do is muck up a google group. you
have


not now nor will ever sway or discourage anyone - neophyte or other -
from taking up this sport and practicing it as they choose. you are
only two. years ago it was only MV, now he has ED with him - i guess
you can say your side has doubled in membership! LOL!!! you have zip
- zero - nada influence. you have pretty much ruined this site and
there is precious little real backcountry info here (i am a
backcountry hiker/camper as well as a mountain biker and surfer)
because you two stink up the place so much, but that is the extent of
it all. we all still bike offroad and more are taking up this growing
sport behind us. sucks to be you.


You are engaged in both mountain biking and hiking! How is that possible?
The two activities are diametrically opposed to one another. You have got
to
be one screwed up *******!
Maybe because to the average person they're just recreational


activities, and one can enjoy both equally. Regardles, I'm done with
this crap. I'm going riding, on a multipurpose trail, and I'm sure as
hell not going to go slow.

Yes, by all means, go fast, hit an obstacle, go over the handle bars and
break your ****ing neck. Then lie around for the rest of your life,
paralyzed from the neck down. Well, that is mountain biking for you -
healthy to the bitter end!


I love it when they say "at least he died doing what he loved". Yeah,
THAT makes it okay!

Ed Dolan the Great - Minnesota
aka
Saint Edward the Great - Order of the Perpetual Sorrows - Minnesota- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


  #3  
Old October 5th 11, 02:45 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
charley
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Default ANOTHER Injured Mtn. Biker Rescued West of Bend, Oregon

On Oct 4, 6:31*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:
On Oct 4, 2:12*pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:



"SebastianW" wrote in message


....
On Oct 3, 2:52 pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"charley" wrote in message


....
[...] all you two pathetic souls can do is muck up a google group. you
have


not now nor will ever sway or discourage anyone - neophyte or other -
from taking up this sport and practicing it as they choose. you are
only two. years ago it was only MV, now he has ED with him - i guess
you can say your side has doubled in membership! LOL!!! you have zip
- zero - nada influence. you have pretty much ruined this site and
there is precious little real backcountry info here (i am a
backcountry hiker/camper as well as a mountain biker and surfer)
because you two stink up the place so much, but that is the extent of
it all. we all still bike offroad and more are taking up this growing
sport behind us. sucks to be you.


You are engaged in both mountain biking and hiking! How is that possible?
The two activities are diametrically opposed to one another. You have got
to
be one screwed up *******!
Maybe because to the average person they're just recreational


activities, and one can enjoy both equally. Regardles, I'm done with
this crap. I'm going riding, on a multipurpose trail, and I'm sure as
hell not going to go slow.


Yes, by all means, go fast, hit an obstacle, go over the handle bars and
break your ****ing neck. Then lie around for the rest of your life,
paralyzed from the neck down. Well, that is mountain biking for you -
healthy to the bitter end!


I love it when they say "at least he died doing what he loved". Yeah,
THAT makes it okay!

Ed Dolan the Great - Minnesota
aka
Saint Edward the Great - Order of the Perpetual Sorrows - Minnesota- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


here's a sport where they say that when it happens - i suppose this is
an unhealthy sport too??? (you may want to mute your speakers, the
music aint so hot but the action is incredible)

http://www.surfline.com/video/featur...-session_58722
  #4  
Old October 6th 11, 02:23 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
Mike Vandeman[_4_]
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Posts: 1,696
Default ANOTHER Injured Mtn. Biker Rescued West of Bend, Oregon

On Oct 5, 6:45*am, charley wrote:
On Oct 4, 6:31*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:





On Oct 4, 2:12*pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"SebastianW" wrote in message


....
On Oct 3, 2:52 pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"charley" wrote in message


...
[...] all you two pathetic souls can do is muck up a google group. you
have


not now nor will ever sway or discourage anyone - neophyte or other -
from taking up this sport and practicing it as they choose. you are
only two. years ago it was only MV, now he has ED with him - i guess
you can say your side has doubled in membership! LOL!!! you have zip
- zero - nada influence. you have pretty much ruined this site and
there is precious little real backcountry info here (i am a
backcountry hiker/camper as well as a mountain biker and surfer)
because you two stink up the place so much, but that is the extent of
it all. we all still bike offroad and more are taking up this growing
sport behind us. sucks to be you.


You are engaged in both mountain biking and hiking! How is that possible?
The two activities are diametrically opposed to one another. You have got
to
be one screwed up *******!
Maybe because to the average person they're just recreational


activities, and one can enjoy both equally. Regardles, I'm done with
this crap. I'm going riding, on a multipurpose trail, and I'm sure as
hell not going to go slow.


Yes, by all means, go fast, hit an obstacle, go over the handle bars and
break your ****ing neck. Then lie around for the rest of your life,
paralyzed from the neck down. Well, that is mountain biking for you -
healthy to the bitter end!


I love it when they say "at least he died doing what he loved". Yeah,
THAT makes it okay!


Ed Dolan the Great - Minnesota
aka
Saint Edward the Great - Order of the Perpetual Sorrows - Minnesota- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


here's a sport where they say that when it happens - i suppose this is
an unhealthy sport too??? *(you may want to mute your speakers, the
music aint so hot but the action is incredible)

http://www.surfline.com/video/featur...sentation-2011...


Good analogy. Yeah, that probably would appeal to a mountain biker,
due to the same adrenaline "fix".
  #5  
Old October 6th 11, 01:49 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
charley
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Posts: 37
Default ANOTHER Injured Mtn. Biker Rescued West of Bend, Oregon

On Oct 5, 8:23*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:
On Oct 5, 6:45*am, charley wrote:



On Oct 4, 6:31*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:


On Oct 4, 2:12*pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"SebastianW" wrote in message


...
On Oct 3, 2:52 pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"charley" wrote in message


...
[...] all you two pathetic souls can do is muck up a google group. you
have


not now nor will ever sway or discourage anyone - neophyte or other -
from taking up this sport and practicing it as they choose. you are
only two. years ago it was only MV, now he has ED with him - i guess
you can say your side has doubled in membership! LOL!!! you have zip
- zero - nada influence. you have pretty much ruined this site and
there is precious little real backcountry info here (i am a
backcountry hiker/camper as well as a mountain biker and surfer)
because you two stink up the place so much, but that is the extent of
it all. we all still bike offroad and more are taking up this growing
sport behind us. sucks to be you.


You are engaged in both mountain biking and hiking! How is that possible?
The two activities are diametrically opposed to one another. You have got
to
be one screwed up *******!
Maybe because to the average person they're just recreational


activities, and one can enjoy both equally. Regardles, I'm done with
this crap. I'm going riding, on a multipurpose trail, and I'm sure as
hell not going to go slow.


Yes, by all means, go fast, hit an obstacle, go over the handle bars and
break your ****ing neck. Then lie around for the rest of your life,
paralyzed from the neck down. Well, that is mountain biking for you -
healthy to the bitter end!


I love it when they say "at least he died doing what he loved". Yeah,
THAT makes it okay!


Ed Dolan the Great - Minnesota
aka
Saint Edward the Great - Order of the Perpetual Sorrows - Minnesota- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


here's a sport where they say that when it happens - i suppose this is
an unhealthy sport too??? *(you may want to mute your speakers, the
music aint so hot but the action is incredible)


http://www.surfline.com/video/featur...sentation-2011...


Good analogy. Yeah, that probably would appeal to a mountain biker,
due to the same adrenaline "fix".


its called the love of living life to its fullest you moron. something
a far left academic can never understand.
  #6  
Old October 6th 11, 05:50 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
Mike Vandeman[_4_]
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Posts: 1,696
Default ANOTHER Injured Mtn. Biker Rescued West of Bend, Oregon

On Oct 6, 5:49*am, charley wrote:
On Oct 5, 8:23*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:





On Oct 5, 6:45*am, charley wrote:


On Oct 4, 6:31*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:


On Oct 4, 2:12*pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"SebastianW" wrote in message


...
On Oct 3, 2:52 pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"charley" wrote in message


...
[...] all you two pathetic souls can do is muck up a google group. you
have


not now nor will ever sway or discourage anyone - neophyte or other -
from taking up this sport and practicing it as they choose. you are
only two. years ago it was only MV, now he has ED with him - i guess
you can say your side has doubled in membership! LOL!!! you have zip
- zero - nada influence. you have pretty much ruined this site and
there is precious little real backcountry info here (i am a
backcountry hiker/camper as well as a mountain biker and surfer)
because you two stink up the place so much, but that is the extent of
it all. we all still bike offroad and more are taking up this growing
sport behind us. sucks to be you.


You are engaged in both mountain biking and hiking! How is that possible?
The two activities are diametrically opposed to one another. You have got
to
be one screwed up *******!
Maybe because to the average person they're just recreational


activities, and one can enjoy both equally. Regardles, I'm done with
this crap. I'm going riding, on a multipurpose trail, and I'm sure as
hell not going to go slow.


Yes, by all means, go fast, hit an obstacle, go over the handle bars and
break your ****ing neck. Then lie around for the rest of your life,
paralyzed from the neck down. Well, that is mountain biking for you -
healthy to the bitter end!


I love it when they say "at least he died doing what he loved". Yeah,
THAT makes it okay!


Ed Dolan the Great - Minnesota
aka
Saint Edward the Great - Order of the Perpetual Sorrows - Minnesota- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


here's a sport where they say that when it happens - i suppose this is
an unhealthy sport too??? *(you may want to mute your speakers, the
music aint so hot but the action is incredible)


http://www.surfline.com/video/featur...sentation-2011....


Good analogy. Yeah, that probably would appeal to a mountain biker,
due to the same adrenaline "fix".


its called the love of living life to its fullest you moron. something
a far left academic can never understand.


You are right, I will never understand how risking my health and well-
being for a cheap thrill is worthwhile. MOST normal people feel the
same way. Being addicted to adrenaline is obviously a genetic defect,
NOT something to celebrate! Moron.
  #7  
Old October 6th 11, 07:02 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
charley
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Posts: 37
Default ANOTHER Injured Mtn. Biker Rescued West of Bend, Oregon

On Oct 6, 11:50*am, Mike Vandeman wrote:
On Oct 6, 5:49*am, charley wrote:



On Oct 5, 8:23*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:


On Oct 5, 6:45*am, charley wrote:


On Oct 4, 6:31*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:


On Oct 4, 2:12*pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"SebastianW" wrote in message


...
On Oct 3, 2:52 pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"charley" wrote in message


...
[...] all you two pathetic souls can do is muck up a google group. you
have


not now nor will ever sway or discourage anyone - neophyte or other -
from taking up this sport and practicing it as they choose. you are
only two. years ago it was only MV, now he has ED with him - i guess
you can say your side has doubled in membership! LOL!!! you have zip
- zero - nada influence. you have pretty much ruined this site and
there is precious little real backcountry info here (i am a
backcountry hiker/camper as well as a mountain biker and surfer)
because you two stink up the place so much, but that is the extent of
it all. we all still bike offroad and more are taking up this growing
sport behind us. sucks to be you.


You are engaged in both mountain biking and hiking! How is that possible?
The two activities are diametrically opposed to one another. You have got
to
be one screwed up *******!
Maybe because to the average person they're just recreational


activities, and one can enjoy both equally. Regardles, I'm done with
this crap. I'm going riding, on a multipurpose trail, and I'm sure as
hell not going to go slow.


Yes, by all means, go fast, hit an obstacle, go over the handle bars and
break your ****ing neck. Then lie around for the rest of your life,
paralyzed from the neck down. Well, that is mountain biking for you -
healthy to the bitter end!


I love it when they say "at least he died doing what he loved". Yeah,
THAT makes it okay!


Ed Dolan the Great - Minnesota
aka
Saint Edward the Great - Order of the Perpetual Sorrows - Minnesota- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


here's a sport where they say that when it happens - i suppose this is
an unhealthy sport too??? *(you may want to mute your speakers, the
music aint so hot but the action is incredible)


http://www.surfline.com/video/featur...sentation-2011...


Good analogy. Yeah, that probably would appeal to a mountain biker,
due to the same adrenaline "fix".


its called the love of living life to its fullest you moron. something
a far left academic can never understand.


You are right, I will never understand how risking my health and well-
being for a cheap thrill is worthwhile. MOST normal people feel the
same way. Being addicted to adrenaline is obviously a genetic defect,
NOT something to celebrate! Moron.


cheap thrill? hardly - the skill required to achieve the level to
experience that thrill comes at a hefty price of years of training.
and you are right - "normal" people dont and never will understand, i
much prefer being abnormal and living life for the fun experience. how
pathetic a life you lead. by the way - hows that auto dependency
thing working out for ya?? and what is your phd in anyway?
  #8  
Old October 6th 11, 08:48 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
Mike Vandeman[_4_]
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Posts: 1,696
Default ANOTHER Injured Mtn. Biker Rescued West of Bend, Oregon

On Oct 6, 11:02*am, charley wrote:
On Oct 6, 11:50*am, Mike Vandeman wrote:





On Oct 6, 5:49*am, charley wrote:


On Oct 5, 8:23*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:


On Oct 5, 6:45*am, charley wrote:


On Oct 4, 6:31*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:


On Oct 4, 2:12*pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"SebastianW" wrote in message


...
On Oct 3, 2:52 pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"charley" wrote in message


...
[...] all you two pathetic souls can do is muck up a google group. you
have


not now nor will ever sway or discourage anyone - neophyte or other -
from taking up this sport and practicing it as they choose. you are
only two. years ago it was only MV, now he has ED with him - i guess
you can say your side has doubled in membership! LOL!!! you have zip
- zero - nada influence. you have pretty much ruined this site and
there is precious little real backcountry info here (i am a
backcountry hiker/camper as well as a mountain biker and surfer)
because you two stink up the place so much, but that is the extent of
it all. we all still bike offroad and more are taking up this growing
sport behind us. sucks to be you.


You are engaged in both mountain biking and hiking! How is that possible?
The two activities are diametrically opposed to one another.. You have got
to
be one screwed up *******!
Maybe because to the average person they're just recreational


activities, and one can enjoy both equally. Regardles, I'm done with
this crap. I'm going riding, on a multipurpose trail, and I'm sure as
hell not going to go slow.


Yes, by all means, go fast, hit an obstacle, go over the handle bars and
break your ****ing neck. Then lie around for the rest of your life,
paralyzed from the neck down. Well, that is mountain biking for you -
healthy to the bitter end!


I love it when they say "at least he died doing what he loved". Yeah,
THAT makes it okay!


Ed Dolan the Great - Minnesota
aka
Saint Edward the Great - Order of the Perpetual Sorrows - Minnesota- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


here's a sport where they say that when it happens - i suppose this is
an unhealthy sport too??? *(you may want to mute your speakers, the
music aint so hot but the action is incredible)


http://www.surfline.com/video/featur...sentation-2011...


Good analogy. Yeah, that probably would appeal to a mountain biker,
due to the same adrenaline "fix".


its called the love of living life to its fullest you moron. something
a far left academic can never understand.


You are right, I will never understand how risking my health and well-
being for a cheap thrill is worthwhile. MOST normal people feel the
same way. Being addicted to adrenaline is obviously a genetic defect,
NOT something to celebrate! Moron.


cheap thrill? *hardly - the skill required to achieve the level to
experience that thrill comes at a hefty price of years of training.
and you are right - "normal" people dont and never will understand, i
much prefer being abnormal and living life for the fun experience.


Breaking bones and risking disability or death isn't "fun", moron. The
one time I rode a bike on dirt was the worst time I ever had in a
park. Your "fun" entails harming people and wildlife, and should be
illegal -- which it IS, in parks that live up to their mission, such
as Yosemite.

how
pathetic a life you lead. *by the way - hows that auto dependency
thing working out for ya?? *and what is your phd in anyway?


Psychology (psychometrics).
  #9  
Old October 8th 11, 08:18 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
charley
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Posts: 37
Default ANOTHER Injured Mtn. Biker Rescued West of Bend, Oregon

On Oct 6, 2:48*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:
On Oct 6, 11:02*am, charley wrote:



On Oct 6, 11:50*am, Mike Vandeman wrote:


On Oct 6, 5:49*am, charley wrote:


On Oct 5, 8:23*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:


On Oct 5, 6:45*am, charley wrote:


On Oct 4, 6:31*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:


On Oct 4, 2:12*pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"SebastianW" wrote in message


...
On Oct 3, 2:52 pm, "Edward Dolan" wrote:


"charley" wrote in message


...
[...] all you two pathetic souls can do is muck up a google group. you
have


not now nor will ever sway or discourage anyone - neophyte or other -
from taking up this sport and practicing it as they choose. you are
only two. years ago it was only MV, now he has ED with him - i guess
you can say your side has doubled in membership! LOL!!! you have zip
- zero - nada influence. you have pretty much ruined this site and
there is precious little real backcountry info here (i am a
backcountry hiker/camper as well as a mountain biker and surfer)
because you two stink up the place so much, but that is the extent of
it all. we all still bike offroad and more are taking up this growing
sport behind us. sucks to be you.


You are engaged in both mountain biking and hiking! How is that possible?
The two activities are diametrically opposed to one another. You have got
to
be one screwed up *******!
Maybe because to the average person they're just recreational


activities, and one can enjoy both equally. Regardles, I'm done with
this crap. I'm going riding, on a multipurpose trail, and I'm sure as
hell not going to go slow.


Yes, by all means, go fast, hit an obstacle, go over the handle bars and
break your ****ing neck. Then lie around for the rest of your life,
paralyzed from the neck down. Well, that is mountain biking for you -
healthy to the bitter end!


I love it when they say "at least he died doing what he loved". Yeah,
THAT makes it okay!


Ed Dolan the Great - Minnesota
aka
Saint Edward the Great - Order of the Perpetual Sorrows - Minnesota- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


here's a sport where they say that when it happens - i suppose this is
an unhealthy sport too??? *(you may want to mute your speakers, the
music aint so hot but the action is incredible)


http://www.surfline.com/video/featur...sentation-2011...


Good analogy. Yeah, that probably would appeal to a mountain biker,
due to the same adrenaline "fix".


its called the love of living life to its fullest you moron. something
a far left academic can never understand.


You are right, I will never understand how risking my health and well-
being for a cheap thrill is worthwhile. MOST normal people feel the
same way. Being addicted to adrenaline is obviously a genetic defect,
NOT something to celebrate! Moron.


cheap thrill? *hardly - the skill required to achieve the level to
experience that thrill comes at a hefty price of years of training.
and you are right - "normal" people dont and never will understand, i
much prefer being abnormal and living life for the fun experience.


Breaking bones and risking disability or death isn't "fun", moron. The
one time I rode a bike on dirt was the worst time I ever had in a
park. Your "fun" entails harming people and wildlife, and should be
illegal -- which it IS, in parks that live up to their mission, such
as Yosemite.

*how

pathetic a life you lead. *by the way - hows that auto dependency
thing working out for ya?? *and what is your phd in anyway?


Psychology (psychometrics).


figures it would be something easy.

again - hows that auto dependency
thing working out for ya??
 




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