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Old April 21st 05, 03:51 AM
eddiec
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http://www.drive.com.au/editorial/ar...vf=2&bg=1&pp=3

(down the bottom)

and not a mention of a bike in the letter! Surely you could've weasle
in something bike-related in there that they couldn't edit!

At least you 'waved the pinkie' at them again..

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Old April 21st 05, 04:12 AM
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eddiec Wrote:
http://www.drive.com.au/editorial/ar...vf=2&bg=1&pp=3

(down the bottom)

and not a mention of a bike in the letter! Surely you could've weasle
in something bike-related in there that they couldn't edit!

At least you 'waved the pinkie' at them again...



bwahahahahahah

doesnt quite seem so hialrious without william's effort that i wa
replying to. He basically claimed that bigger vehicles like trucks an
V8's (WTF?) should have the RHL as their own demain to speed at will.
couldnt resist the urge to gleen the urine, so to speak

F"cant break 100kmh. even in the left lane "Dutc

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Old April 21st 05, 10:57 AM
Gags
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"flyingdutch" wrote in
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eddiec Wrote:
http://www.drive.com.au/editorial/ar...vf=2&bg=1&pp=3

(down the bottom)

and not a mention of a bike in the letter! Surely you could've weasled
in something bike-related in there that they couldn't edit!

At least you 'waved the pinkie' at them again...



bwahahahahahah

doesnt quite seem so hialrious without william's effort that i was
replying to. He basically claimed that bigger vehicles like trucks and
V8's (WTF?) should have the RHL as their own demain to speed at will.
couldnt resist the urge to gleen the urine, so to speak

F"cant break 100kmh. even in the left lane "Dutch
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flyingdutch

hehehehe......nice one Dutch......keep up the good work.

Ride On,

Gags


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Old April 21st 05, 12:07 PM
fmc5
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Gags Wrote:
"flyingdutch" wrot
in
message ...

eddiec Wrote:

http://www.drive.com.au/editorial/ar...vf=2&bg=1&pp=3

(down the bottom)

and not a mention of a bike in the letter! Surely you could'v

weasled
in something bike-related in there that they couldn't edit!

At least you 'waved the pinkie' at them again...



bwahahahahahah

doesnt quite seem so hialrious without william's effort that i was
replying to. He basically claimed that bigger vehicles like truck

and
V8's (WTF?) should have the RHL as their own demain to speed a

will.
couldnt resist the urge to gleen the urine, so to speak

F"cant break 100kmh. even in the left lane "Dutch
--
flyingdutch

hehehehe......nice one Dutch......keep up the good work.

Ride On,

Gags


I did appreciate the sarcasm - must pay attention to the bylines i
future.
I only ever seem to notice E. Constance Little !!!!!!!!

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fmc5

 




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