How many of you carry a gnu as part of your cycling equipment?

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  1. Don Shipp

    Don Shipp New Member

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    No, I don't either.
     
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  2. NSM3

    NSM3 New Member

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    I just gnu somebody would post this!
     
  3. Chance3290

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    I used to carry a gnu when I rode, but only in the bad neighborhoods. If I was approached by some seedy characters, the gnu would either shit on them or ram them with his horns. Then I went out and bought a gun to carry while I ride. That didn't work out either. I was riding one day and accidently shot the gnu. Now I don't have anything to protect me while I'm in the bad neighborhoods.
     
  4. ghostpedal

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    I have some lightweight parts which aren't rated for gnu transport, thus, I cannot.
     
  5. JohnO

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    I have a PDA with a trimmed down Linux installation that I have carried on rides. That has some gnu on it.
     
  6. alienator

    alienator Well-Known Member

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    I have a concealed gnu carry permit, although I'll admit that the gnu's hooves dig in somethin' fierce. Once he gored me with his horns when I tried to pull 'im out of my concealed gnu-holster, one night, when I was afeared that there was neerdowell's lurking in the shadows plotting to deprive me of my right to life, liberty, and to do harm to others who make me paranoid.
     
  7. jhuskey

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    I have some slightly used but never abused Gnu's for sale. You might say they are "just like Gnu".
     
  8. Doctor Morbius

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    Once I rode a gnu and was packin' a bicycle! :D
     
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    Even if you may not be good for anything else, you have a damn good command of the one liners :D
     
  10. jhuskey

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    Not good for anything else? You been talking to my ex,haven't you?
     
  11. Ronanmk

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    The main problem with gnus is weight. I hear Shimano is coming with all-carbon gnus for 06, but I'll still still stick to my Campy Chorus gnu.
     
  12. jitmo

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    I once met a gnu from Lancaster, who was fast but the lion was faster.

    When she stopped on a dime, (being out of time),
    the lion slammed in and disaster!
     
  13. genxsis

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    I don't pack a gnu, I ususally ride it down the bike trails. People are always lookin' at me funny for some reason. Someone told me that a gnu bike trail had been built in a town near me. I might have to go there with my gnu so I will fit in better. :p


    (This is the BEST thread anyone has started yet!)
     
  14. EoinC

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    No, my Gnu has his own bicycle.
     
  15. jhuskey

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    Eoin:
    You need to go to "Going Public" thread and make some comment. We need your input.
     
  16. EoinC

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    JH - Good to see that you're alive and well.
    I just got back from Aussie a few days ago and have had a read through the GP thread. I remain hopeful that pornographic slanging duets will be accepted as a demonstration sport at the 2012 olympics. As at Wimbleton, my favourite is the Women's Singles.
     
  17. jhuskey

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    Naked womens singles.
     
  18. EoinC

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    I find the Naked Mixed Doubles difficult to watch - seem to be balls going everywhere...
     
  19. waxbytes

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    Gnu be gone, Emu efficaciously employed.
     
  20. p55mac

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    My gnus are all shriveled up right now. Maybe I should go for a ride.
     
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