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With all this anti-French sentiment going on, people must be wanting to get rid of all their French
cycling equipment.

Well, I'll be happy to provide a "home" for all the orphaned French cycling equipment out there.

So much so, that I'm willing to pay $1.00/pound as a salvage fee. I'll make sure that all orphaned
equipment will be disposed of in a manner that would make all true Americans proud.

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Especially any of that evil Mavic SSC road stuff.

"Steven L. Sheffield" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
>
> With all this anti-French sentiment going on, people must be wanting to get rid of all their
> French cycling equipment.
>
> Well, I'll be happy to provide a "home" for all the orphaned French cycling equipment out there.
>
> So much so, that I'm willing to pay $1.00/pound as a salvage fee. I'll make sure that all orphaned
> equipment will be disposed of in a manner that would make all true Americans proud.
>
> --
> Steven L. Sheffield stevens at veloworks dot com veloworks at worldnet dot ay tea tee dot net
> bellum pax est libertas servitus est ignoratio vis est
 
In article <stev[email protected]>, "Steven
L. Sheffield" <[email protected]> wrote:

> With all this anti-French sentiment going on, people must be wanting to get rid of all their
> French cycling equipment.
>
> Well, I'll be happy to provide a "home" for all the orphaned French cycling equipment out there.
>
> So much so, that I'm willing to pay $1.00/pound as a salvage fee. I'll make sure that all orphaned
> equipment will be disposed of in a manner that would make all true Americans proud.

I agree. Anyone who has any time shoes, I'll take them. And any french

want.
 
Ken, any comments about this indiscretion with posting to RBR?

Steven L. Sheffield, using the address of [email protected], felt it was necessary to post to
rec.bicycles.racing with the following words of wisdom:

>
> With all this anti-French sentiment going on, people must be wanting to get rid of all their
> French cycling equipment.
>
> Well, I'll be happy to provide a "home" for all the orphaned French cycling equipment out there.
>
> So much so, that I'm willing to pay $1.00/pound as a salvage fee. I'll make sure that all orphaned
> equipment will be disposed of in a manner that would make all true Americans proud.
>

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"Steven L. Sheffield" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:<[email protected]>...
> With all this anti-French sentiment going on, people must be wanting to get rid of all their
> French cycling equipment.
>
> Well, I'll be happy to provide a "home" for all the orphaned French cycling equipment out there.
>
> So much so, that I'm willing to pay $1.00/pound as a salvage fee. I'll make sure that all orphaned
> equipment will be disposed of in a manner that would make all true Americans proud.

And I can sell you French national jersey's for American dissidents.

-ilan
 
"Les" <[email protected]> wrote in .asp.att.net...
> Ken, any comments about this indiscretion with posting to RBR?

No need too. I tell humor & sarcasm from straight out and out shilling.

-KJP, to 1 and all.

> Steven L. Sheffield, using wisdom:
>
> > With all this anti-French sentiment going on, people must be wanting to get rid of all their
> > French cycling equipment. Well, I'll be happy to provide a "home" for all the orphaned French
> > cycling equipment out there. So much so, that I'm willing to pay $1.00/pound as a salvage fee.
> > I'll make sure that all orphaned equipment will be disposed of in a manner that would make all
> > true Americans proud.
 
Oh, puh-lease! It's just as on topic as all the "defrancoisation" posts.

In article <[email protected]>, Les <[email protected]> wrote:

> Ken, any comments about this indiscretion with posting to RBR?
>
> Steven L. Sheffield, using the address of [email protected], felt it was necessary to post to
> rec.bicycles.racing with the following words of wisdom:
>
> >
> > With all this anti-French sentiment going on, people must be wanting to get rid of all their
> > French cycling equipment.
> >
> > Well, I'll be happy to provide a "home" for all the orphaned French cycling equipment out there.
> >
> > So much so, that I'm willing to pay $1.00/pound as a salvage fee. I'll make sure that all
> > orphaned equipment will be disposed of in a manner that would make all true Americans proud.
> >

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Steven L. Sheffield stevens at veloworks dot com veloworks at worldnet dot ay tea tee dot net bellum
pax est libertas servitus est ignoratio vis est
 
Ilan Vardi wrote:
> And I can sell you French national jersey's for American dissidents.

How about a 'Give peace a chance' jersey. Hopefully there aren't any bike shops in the shopping mall
in NY state.
 
I propose zat we geeve you our Jean-Marie LeBlanc.

"Steven L. Sheffield" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
>
> With all this anti-French sentiment going on, people must be wanting to get rid of all their
> French cycling equipment.
>
> Well, I'll be happy to provide a "home" for all the orphaned French cycling equipment out there.
>
> So much so, that I'm willing to pay $1.00/pound as a salvage fee. I'll make sure that all orphaned
> equipment will be disposed of in a manner that would make all true Americans proud.
>
> --
> Steven L. Sheffield stevens at veloworks dot com veloworks at worldnet dot ay tea tee dot net
> bellum pax est libertas servitus est ignoratio vis est
 
duh....

Ken Papai, using the address of [email protected], felt it was necessary to post to
rec.bicycles.racing with the following words of wisdom:

>
> "Les" <[email protected]> wrote in .asp.att.net...
>> Ken, any comments about this indiscretion with posting to RBR?
>
> No need too. I tell humor & sarcasm from straight out and out shilling.
>
> -KJP, to 1 and all.
>
>> Steven L. Sheffield, using wisdom:
>>
>> > With all this anti-French sentiment going on, people must be wanting to get rid of all their
>> > French cycling equipment. Well, I'll be happy to provide a "home" for all the orphaned French
>> > cycling equipment out there. So much so, that I'm willing to pay $1.00/pound as a salvage fee.
>> > I'll make sure that all orphaned equipment will be disposed of in a manner that would make all
>> > true Americans proud.

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duh.....

Steven L. Sheffield, using the address of [email protected], felt it was necessary to post to
rec.bicycles.racing with the following words of wisdom:

>
>
> Oh, puh-lease! It's just as on topic as all the "defrancoisation" posts.
>
>
> In article <[email protected]>, Les <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> Ken, any comments about this indiscretion with posting to RBR?
>>
>> Steven L. Sheffield, using the address of [email protected], felt it was necessary to post to
>> rec.bicycles.racing with the following words of wisdom:
>>
>> >
>> > With all this anti-French sentiment going on, people must be wanting to get rid of all their
>> > French cycling equipment.
>> >
>> > Well, I'll be happy to provide a "home" for all the orphaned French cycling equipment out
>> > there.
>> >
>> > So much so, that I'm willing to pay $1.00/pound as a salvage fee. I'll make sure that all
>> > orphaned equipment will be disposed of in a manner that would make all true Americans proud.
>> >
>

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