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Old February 19th 14, 09:09 AM posted to aus.cars,aus.bicycle
F Murtz[_2_]
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Default Those Ruskies again

Jeus wrote:
On Tue, 18 Feb 2014 19:56:57 +1100, F Murtz
wrote:

Jeus wrote:
On Sun, 16 Feb 2014 20:17:05 +1100, Noddy
wrote:

**** 'em I say. Time for compulsory registration and clearly defined
road rules that force cyclists to get the **** out of the way.

I tend to agree, but only to keep these tards in line... it's a shame
for the other 'normal' cyclists out there who are responsible and
don't cause problems.



I used to ride bicycles but on minor roads where they come into their
own and cause little or no problems, In fact can dodge traffic, the
nuisances are the ones who persist in using arterial roads (because they
can and"have a right")


Yes, you described them perfectly.

I still have a fold up that I can take on public
transport to get around in the city.


Do you use it?

Not often,only when I use the train to go to one place and require to
move around at the destination.
I should do so more often but usually need to carry lots of stuff.
It costs me nearly $70.00 to go to the city in the car if I use toll
roads. About $40.00 fuel and thirty odd dollars tolls, there and
back.(about 100 km or so)(it is difficult to dodge toll from here and
much longer and slower.)
It costs $2.50 by train.

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Old February 19th 14, 10:53 AM posted to aus.cars,aus.bicycle
keithr
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Default Those Ruskies again

On 19/02/2014 7:09 PM, F Murtz wrote:
Jeus wrote:
On Tue, 18 Feb 2014 19:56:57 +1100, F Murtz
wrote:

Jeus wrote:
On Sun, 16 Feb 2014 20:17:05 +1100, Noddy
wrote:

**** 'em I say. Time for compulsory registration and clearly defined
road rules that force cyclists to get the **** out of the way.

I tend to agree, but only to keep these tards in line... it's a shame
for the other 'normal' cyclists out there who are responsible and
don't cause problems.



I used to ride bicycles but on minor roads where they come into their
own and cause little or no problems, In fact can dodge traffic, the
nuisances are the ones who persist in using arterial roads (because they
can and"have a right")


Yes, you described them perfectly.

I still have a fold up that I can take on public
transport to get around in the city.


Do you use it?

Not often,only when I use the train to go to one place and require to
move around at the destination.
I should do so more often but usually need to carry lots of stuff.
It costs me nearly $70.00 to go to the city in the car if I use toll
roads. About $40.00 fuel and thirty odd dollars tolls, there and
back.(about 100 km or so)(it is difficult to dodge toll from here and
much longer and slower.)
It costs $2.50 by train.

Ah, an old farts card eh?
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Old February 19th 14, 06:58 PM posted to aus.cars,aus.bicycle
Jeus[_2_]
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Default Those Ruskies again

On Wed, 19 Feb 2014 20:09:44 +1100, F Murtz
wrote:

Jeus wrote:
On Tue, 18 Feb 2014 19:56:57 +1100, F Murtz
wrote:

Jeus wrote:
On Sun, 16 Feb 2014 20:17:05 +1100, Noddy
wrote:

**** 'em I say. Time for compulsory registration and clearly defined
road rules that force cyclists to get the **** out of the way.

I tend to agree, but only to keep these tards in line... it's a shame
for the other 'normal' cyclists out there who are responsible and
don't cause problems.



I used to ride bicycles but on minor roads where they come into their
own and cause little or no problems, In fact can dodge traffic, the
nuisances are the ones who persist in using arterial roads (because they
can and"have a right")


Yes, you described them perfectly.

I still have a fold up that I can take on public
transport to get around in the city.


Do you use it?

Not often,only when I use the train to go to one place and require to
move around at the destination.
I should do so more often but usually need to carry lots of stuff.
It costs me nearly $70.00 to go to the city in the car if I use toll
roads. About $40.00 fuel and thirty odd dollars tolls, there and
back.(about 100 km or so)(it is difficult to dodge toll from here and
much longer and slower.)


Jesus ****ing Christ... I know you're serious - and I believe you -
yet I'm incredulous that it costs that much. $30 in tolls?!? I could
never live with that, don't blame you for taking the train.
Whereabouts are you located, roughly speaking?

It costs $2.50 by train.


Much better.
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Old February 19th 14, 10:45 PM posted to aus.cars,aus.bicycle
F Murtz[_2_]
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Default Those Ruskies again

Jeus wrote:
On Wed, 19 Feb 2014 20:09:44 +1100, F Murtz
wrote:

Jeus wrote:
On Tue, 18 Feb 2014 19:56:57 +1100, F Murtz
wrote:

Jeus wrote:
On Sun, 16 Feb 2014 20:17:05 +1100, Noddy
wrote:

**** 'em I say. Time for compulsory registration and clearly defined
road rules that force cyclists to get the **** out of the way.

I tend to agree, but only to keep these tards in line... it's a shame
for the other 'normal' cyclists out there who are responsible and
don't cause problems.



I used to ride bicycles but on minor roads where they come into their
own and cause little or no problems, In fact can dodge traffic, the
nuisances are the ones who persist in using arterial roads (because they
can and"have a right")

Yes, you described them perfectly.

I still have a fold up that I can take on public
transport to get around in the city.

Do you use it?

Not often,only when I use the train to go to one place and require to
move around at the destination.
I should do so more often but usually need to carry lots of stuff.
It costs me nearly $70.00 to go to the city in the car if I use toll
roads. About $40.00 fuel and thirty odd dollars tolls, there and
back.(about 100 km or so)(it is difficult to dodge toll from here and
much longer and slower.)


Jesus ****ing Christ... I know you're serious - and I believe you -
yet I'm incredulous that it costs that much. $30 in tolls?!? I could
never live with that, don't blame you for taking the train.
Whereabouts are you located, roughly speaking?

It costs $2.50 by train.


Much better.

There is two different ways, one is a little cheaper but has a tunnel
which is forever bunging up in the cheaper way.I was referring to total
cost there and back.
I live in a place called Couridjah.NSW
 




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