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Old April 4th 04, 02:15 AM
JimLane
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Bill Z. wrote:
"S o r n i" writes:


Dick Durbin wrote:

(Peter W.) wrote in message
le.com...

I'm thinking about making a very small run of Buddhist-themed bicycle
jerseys.

Where are all the folks who gave a poster a ration of hate when he
asked about a Christian jersey a couple of years ago?



They became Buddhists and are no longer concerned with material
possessions. When you become sufficiently enlightened, you will
have no need of jerseys. :-)



Or a bicycle.


jim
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Old April 4th 04, 02:25 AM
Gary Smiley
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Are you sure you didn't send this out on April 1 (and have a slow mail
server)?

Actually, I have a jersey with a picture of Che Guevarra, so I guess
anything's game:
Besides, it wouldn't be as tasteless as evil clowns or gearheads.
http://www.crw.org/gallery/images/gary_smiley.jpg


"Peter W." wrote in message
om...
I'm thinking about making a very small run of Buddhist-themed bicycle
jerseys. My first attempt would be using an image of Guan-Yin
{Chinese), Kannon {Jap}, Kwanseum Bosal {Kor}:

http://www.ratsurfer.com/claire/400/...holy_water.jpg

She is the female manifestation of the Bodhisattva Avelokitshvara.

Is anyone interesting in having a jersey made for them ?

If interested, email me directly. I don't often read this newsgroup.
Thanks.

All artwork would be appropriately licensed from the artist. All
attempts will be made to hold the cost down to what you'd pay for a
comparable commercial team logo jersey.


Peter



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Old April 4th 04, 06:27 AM
Zippy the Pinhead
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On Sat, 03 Apr 2004 17:15:01 -0800, JimLane
wrote:


They became Buddhists and are no longer concerned with material
possessions. When you become sufficiently enlightened, you will
have no need of jerseys. :-)



Or a bicycle.


We played transcendental volleyball once. Gave up the ball first,
then the net. I felt quite centered.
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Old April 4th 04, 06:55 AM
JimLane
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Zippy the Pinhead wrote:
On Sat, 03 Apr 2004 17:15:01 -0800, JimLane
wrote:



They became Buddhists and are no longer concerned with material
possessions. When you become sufficiently enlightened, you will
have no need of jerseys. :-)



Or a bicycle.



We played transcendental volleyball once. Gave up the ball first,
then the net. I felt quite centered.



Indoors or outdoors- grass or sand?


jim
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Old April 4th 04, 07:52 AM
Bill Z.
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"S o r n i" writes:

Bill Z. wrote:


The level of '' symbols clearly indicate who said what.


Wrong. You left the "Sorni writes:" but deleted what I wrote! (Dick Durbin
asked the question to which you replied; you posted under MY reply for some
reason, however.)

Bill "re-read the thread if you don't believe me" S.


Hmm. My newreader has failed to post this the last two times.

The first line of my message started with ' ' and quoted you as
saying "Dick Durbin wrote." The remaining lines quoted you as
quoting Dick Durbin, so those lines started with ' '. Everything
was quoted correctly using a convention that has existed for over
30 years.

Bill

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My real name backwards: nemuaZ lliB
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Old April 4th 04, 03:11 PM
Zippy the Pinhead
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On Sat, 03 Apr 2004 21:55:34 -0800, JimLane
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Indoors or outdoors- grass or sand?


At that level, Grasshopper, it is all one and the same.

Ensign Nada, huh?
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Old April 4th 04, 03:47 PM
S o r n i
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Bill Z. wrote:
"S o r n i" writes:

Bill Z. wrote:


The level of '' symbols clearly indicate who said what.


Wrong. You left the "Sorni writes:" but deleted what I wrote!
(Dick Durbin asked the question to which you replied; you posted
under MY reply for some reason, however.)

Bill "re-read the thread if you don't believe me" S.


Hmm. My newreader has failed to post this the last two times.

The first line of my message started with ' ' and quoted you as
saying "Dick Durbin wrote." The remaining lines quoted you as
quoting Dick Durbin, so those lines started with ' '. Everything
was quoted correctly using a convention that has existed for over
30 years.


*******************

Last belaborment of this, I promise! (Besides, it really isn't a big deal.)

Dick's question and my reply is below:

Dick Durbin wrote:

Where are all the folks who gave a poster a ration of hate when he
asked about a Christian jersey a couple of years ago?


Ummm, burning in hell?

Bill "eternal Lycration" S.

Then you posted this:

"S o r n i" writes:

Dick Durbin wrote:

Where are all the folks who gave a poster a ration of hate when he
asked about a Christian jersey a couple of years ago?


They became Buddhists and are no longer concerned with material
possessions. When you become sufficiently enlightened, you will
have no need of jerseys.

*********

My only point is that nothing *I* wrote is included, even though it says
"Sorni writes:" at the top.

Bill "time to hit the shower; missing that hour of sleep" S.





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