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i don't read all of what you write... they are far too long. I skim the surface and get a feel for what the post is about at that's usually about it so I have missed a lot of key points. I do that with most peoples posts though, so nothing personal. Another ab workout is 'the flag'. I might have this confused with something else, and i'm not sure it's not detrimental to the back... but if you can find a pole put your back into it and grab it above your head, then lift...
i don't read all of what you write... they are far too long. I skim the surface and get a feel for what the post is about at that's usually about it so I have missed a lot of key points. I do that with most peoples posts though, so nothing personal. Another ab workout is 'the flag'. I might have this confused with something else, and i'm not sure it's not detrimental to the back... but if you can find a pole put your back into it and grab it above your head, then lift...
snowkel wrote: > Its "Past-Tense" or are u just being sarcastic i'll let you decide that won. -- nubcake ------------------------------------------------------------------------ nubcake's Profile: http://www.unicyclist.com/profile/15954 View this thread: http://www.unicyclist.com/thread/38668 Posted Via Usenet.com Premium Usenet Newsgroup Services ---------------------------------------------------------- http://www.usenet.com
StephenH wrote: > It should be "I went past the pub" or "I passed the pub", but not "I > went passed the pub". > > Past- Adverb, "to and beyond a point in time or space; by; so as to > pass" > Passed- the past tense of the verb "pass". i was almost going to re-correct myself... glad someone else did instead. people and their *passed-tense* errors... what is the world coming...
what's so hard about getting a shifter and tightening the spokes? no need for paying anyone money to do a monkeys job, and no spesh tools needed... maybe just a bit more patience when using a shifter. my pos ebay uni used to make a bad groan groan groan with each revolution and all it took was a small shifter, some time, my fingers to squeeze each spoke and test how much give it had and tighten as necessary... then yes ofcourse spin the wheel and check it's alignment...
honestly i'd get bored pretty quick just from all the stopping. I think (although I'll need to check my manliness certificate back at the desk after saying this) I think a version of netball on unicycles is far more realistic and potentially enjoyable. I don't think it'd be too hard to enforce the rules either... you just have to idle when you have the ball and can't ever do a full rotation until you get rid of the 'ball' and also to stop some nubcake (what? oh wait...
just face it.. you can't ride. you! can't! ride! now! ... you can't ride........NOW! but you will eventually if you get it together. change where you practice. being too close to crap can jinx you so find an empty carpark and go nuts. try different skills, going forward, idling, mounting, going backwards... suck at them all but get a well-rounded idea of what's going on and don't get too stuck on just one thing that you can't yet progress in. mix it up. also try...
lol, the nick sounds like a stoner uni'er. -- nubcake ------------------------------------------------------------------------ nubcake's Profile: http://www.unicyclist.com/profile/15954 View this thread: http://www.unicyclist.com/thread/65027 Posted Via Usenet.com Premium Usenet Newsgroup Services ---------------------------------------------------------- ** SPEED ** RETENTION ** COMPLETION ** ANONYMITY...
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