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Old November 16th 04, 05:12 AM
Gary S.
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On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 23:05:55 GMT, "Scott Burley"
wrote:

Disco Stu wrote in message
...

The sooner Mike realizes MTBing is not a significant enviromental
danger, and that all he wants is just to hike in peace, the sooner he
can head for walking only tracks and enjoy his outdoor recreation time.


You think Mike actually hikes? That's just a cover so that he doesn't look
like a complete loser who spends all his time spamming newsgroups.


He also has advocated that all hikers have to wear smooth-soled shoes,
to minimize trail impact, rather than any sort of hiking boots.

You guess at how much serious hiking he does, and on what sort of
terrain, compared to other hikers.

Happy trails,
Gary (net.yogi.bear)
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Old November 16th 04, 05:16 AM
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On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 16:30:42 -0500, pmhilton wrote:

Hans Moleman wrote:

New Zealand Dept of Conservation report on Mountian Biking. They
conclude...

"Although mountain bikes clearly do have physical impacts on tracks,
these did not appear to be of any greater significance than those from
other track users, despite the general perception to the contrary"

http://www.mountainbike.co.nz/politi...acts/index.htm

You know the difference between ignorance & stupidity?

Ignorance can be overcome.

Case in point - any thread involving posts from Mikey.

But, on the whole, you are pouring sand down a very deep hole - Mikey is
categorically opposed to data, particularly data which can be verified.

I think it was Einstein who said that the only two things which are
infinite are the Universe and stupidity, and he wasn't sure about the
Universe.

Mikey's bias is so severe, that he sees bias in anything which
disagrees with his beliefs, which he keeps calling "the truth".

He is trying to brainwash people by repeating the same things over and
over to make them "true".


Happy trails,
Gary (net.yogi.bear)
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