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Mountain Biker Finally Admits: NARROW TRAILS CANNOT BE SHARED!



 
 
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Old September 2nd 03, 10:03 PM
Stephen Baker
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Default Mountain Biker Finally Admits: NARROW TRAILS CANNOT BE SHARED!

Jeff S says:

There you have it ladies and gentlemen, Mike's agenda is to erect a fence
around all open spaces and lock everybody out. It is not about bikes, it is
about access. He seeks to halt all access in any form.


That was news to you? You haven't been paying atention at ALL, have you?

Sheesh!
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Old September 23rd 03, 05:12 PM
Chris Glidden
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"Gary S." [email protected] wrote
Interesting that "Terri Alvillar" not only agrees 100% with Mikey, but
follows the same posting schedule to the exact same cross-posted
groups in the same order, and also the same mailing lists, and uses
the same writing style and wording as Mikey.

Probably coincidence. But Google suggests differently.

You probably haven't been reading AM-B long enough to remember Dot Morrison.
"She" was another of Mike's alter-egos years ago. One of many. He is
famous for doing this.

cg


 




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