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



fish156

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Don Shipp said:
No, I don't either.
I've been told that "with emacs, you can do anything".
So, does that mean that if I install an emacs on my bike, it will be able to do anything?
 

EoinC

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jhuskey said:
How about a horny near sighted Gnu?
A horny near-sighted Gnu, doped up on viagra, approaching from behind while your kneeling in the grass trying to find that damned contact lens?
 

mrowkoob

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I find the gnu especially handy when being hassled by lions while riding my mtb in the Serengeti, although it requires getting a new gnu now and then to satisfy their appetite. I´m all for the gnu control that the lions enforce, especially since I got my gnu license the lions dont bother me much anymore. :p
 

mitosis

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In Australia you are not allowed to carry a gnu without a special permit. That doesn't stop people from carrying them illegally tho'. :eek:
 

mitosis

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How many of you carry a nug as part of your cycling equipment. I know a few dislexics who od.
 

meehs

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I've heard that the hot set-up in the pro peloton is to carry a lighter-weight Asian antelope or gazelle instead of a gnu. It's not recommended for heavier riders though.
 

jhuskey

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As far as protection I have been carrying a Buffalo rifle based on the old Springfield design.
Yes it is a genuine Buffalo/Springfield!
 

Mister Nick

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Due to a felony conviction I can no longer pack a gnu, so I had to sell mine. I am attempting to get my felony reduced so I can buy a gnu gnu.
 

cucamelsmd15

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JohnO said:
I have a PDA with a trimmed down Linux installation that I have carried on rides. That has some gnu on it.
Yes! I am not the only Linux nerd in the world! :p

And to answer your question, I have a Thinkpad with Linux on it, but its too big to fit in my jersey pocket.
 

Dijital

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cucamelsmd15 said:
Yes! I am not the only Linux nerd in the world! :p

And to answer your question, I have a Thinkpad with Linux on it, but its too big to fit in my jersey pocket.
Does Linux's small footprint and stipped down OS actually weigh less for a cycling advantage?
 

Chance3290

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mitosis said:
In Australia you are not allowed to carry a gnu without a special permit. That doesn't stop people from carrying them illegally tho'. :eek:
MY GOD!! Its thinking like this that makes me so mad:mad: . When will they learn?...When gnus are outlawed, only outlaws will have gnus.

I once shot a gnu in my pajamas. How the gnu got into my pajamas, I'll never know. Senseless violence. The horror...the horror.
 

EoinC

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mitosis said:
How many of you carry a nug as part of your cycling equipment. I know a few dislexics who od.
Which reminds me of the insomniac agnostic dyslexic - He lay awake at night wondering if there was a Dog.
 

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