Re: Where the cyclists in America belong: back alleys, gutters and sidewalks



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Tom Keats

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In article <[email protected]>,
Gunner Asch <[email protected]> writes:

> And everyone who has ever drivin a motor vehicle around bike riders
> has had the bike riders bully them.
>
> Its a wonder to me that they simply dont just twitch the wheel a
> smidge, far more often than they do.


Yeah, right. We're just asking for it. You car drivers
are such victims.

Maybe you should have trauma counselors to help
you get over being bullied by us bicyclists,
ya pussies.

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Gunner Asch

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On Sun, 20 Apr 2008 22:17:34 -0700, [email protected] (Tom Keats)
wrote:

>In article <[email protected]>,
> Gunner Asch <[email protected]> writes:
>
>> And everyone who has ever drivin a motor vehicle around bike riders
>> has had the bike riders bully them.
>>
>> Its a wonder to me that they simply dont just twitch the wheel a
>> smidge, far more often than they do.

>
>Yeah, right. We're just asking for it. You car drivers
>are such victims.
>
>Maybe you should have trauma counselors to help
>you get over being bullied by us bicyclists,
>ya pussies.


Tommy boy...I drive a big assed vehicle for a living. Ive had (1)
motor vehicle citation in 9 MILLION miles, and that for crossing a
double yellow line into the car pool lane to avoid a moron swerving
all over the lane next to mine while fighting with his cell phone.

I mention that big assed vehicle, because it really doesnt care if it
turns a rider into a red smear on the pavement or not, and its not
likely to even be slowed down a smidge by chewing one up and spitting
it out, bike and all.

It also takes a significantly longer time frame to come to a dead
stop. A time frame many riders evidently seem to be unaware of, as
they act like the oncoming vehicle is a 10 yr old on a skateboard.

How about you and yours simply obeying the Vehicle Code and not press
your luck playing Chicken with 15,000 lb moving mounds of steel?

Gunner


"[L]iberals are afraid to state what they truly believe in, for to do so
would result in even less votes than they currently receive. Their
methodology is to lie about their real agenda in the hopes of regaining
power, at which point they will do whatever they damn well please. The
problem is they have concealed and obfuscated for so long that, as a group,
they themselves are no longer sure of their goals. They are a collection of
wild-eyed splinter groups, all holding a grab-bag of dreams and wishes. Some
want a Socialist, secular-humanist state, others the repeal of the Second
Amendment. Some want same sex/different species marriage, others want voting
rights for trees, fish, coal and bugs. Some want cradle to grave care and
complete subservience to the government nanny state, others want a culture
that walks in lockstep and speaks only with intonations of political
correctness. I view the American liberals in much the same way I view the
competing factions of Islamic
fundamentalists. The latter hate each other to the core, and only join
forces to attack the US or Israel. The former hate themselves to the core,
and only join forces to attack George Bush and conservatives." --Ron Marr
 
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pyotr filipivich

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[Default] I missed the Staff Meeting but the Minutes record that
Gunner Asch <[email protected]> reported Elvis on Mon, 21
Apr 2008 01:31:42 -0700 in misc.survivalism :
>
>It also takes a significantly longer time frame to come to a dead
>stop. A time frame many riders evidently seem to be unaware of, as
>they act like the oncoming vehicle is a 10 yr old on a skateboard.
>
>How about you and yours simply obeying the Vehicle Code and not press
>your luck playing Chicken with 15,000 lb moving mounds of steel?


To reiterate: bicyclists seem to behave as if the they are not
more subject to the laws of physics than they are to the traffic laws.
They're wrong on both counts. There are certain "objective realities",
comrade. Wanting a diagnosis of athlete's foot doesn't make the
compound fracture go away. Believing a truck or automobile is as
maneuverable as a bike is equally foolish.



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better." and "After all, these are Modern TImes."
 
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Tom Keats

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In article <[email protected]>,
Gunner Asch <[email protected]> writes:
>
> How about you and yours simply obeying the Vehicle Code and not press
> your luck playing Chicken with 15,000 lb moving mounds of steel?


We don't do that, and every reasonable, rational person
knows that it's a red herring to suggest we do so.

This ******** about cylcists making life hard for drivers
is just too much!

Unless by "playing Chicken" you mean we have a presence
on the streets that compels your twisted psychology to
maliciously aim at us.

If you shoved your hate up your ass, it might return
to where it belongs. Harbour & keep it there, and
strive to not let it leak out into the world.

I hope you don't get involved in a single-vehicle
collision with a stout tree (where the tree at
least survives.)

--
Nothing is safe from me.
I'm really at:
tkeats curlicue vcn dot bc dot ca
 
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Gunner Asch

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On Wed, 23 Apr 2008 04:02:55 -0700, [email protected] (Tom Keats)
wrote:

>In article <[email protected]>,
> Gunner Asch <[email protected]> writes:
>>
>> How about you and yours simply obeying the Vehicle Code and not press
>> your luck playing Chicken with 15,000 lb moving mounds of steel?

>
>We don't do that, and every reasonable, rational person
>knows that it's a red herring to suggest we do so.


Unfortunatly, all too many cyclists do exactly that. I attribute much
of it to ignorance, but a great deal of it to arrogance.
>
>This ******** about cylcists making life hard for drivers
>is just too much!


Denial..etc etc.
>
>Unless by "playing Chicken" you mean we have a presence
>on the streets that compels your twisted psychology to
>maliciously aim at us.


Running red lights, weaving in and out of parked cars, etc etc are all
marks of safety minded bike riders, right?
>
>If you shoved your hate up your ass, it might return
>to where it belongs. Harbour & keep it there, and
>strive to not let it leak out into the world.


Hate? Hummm disgust at buffoons is hate?

Methinks you doth protest way way too much. Afraid to look at your own
riding "skills", Id bet.
>
>I hope you don't get involved in a single-vehicle
>collision with a stout tree (where the tree at
>least survives.)


So far, after 15 million miles and a number of driving awards, Ive not
hit a tree. But Ill let you know when I do.

Be sure to carry your Organ Donor card in your personal effects
Someone will need it. Fortunately, they cant do brains yet..so the
recipient will be safe.

Gunner


Political Correctness is a doctrine fostered by a delusional,
illogical liberal minority, and rabidly promoted by an
unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the
proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.
 
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Tom Keats

Guest
In article <[email protected]>,
Gunner Asch <[email protected]> writes:

>>If you shoved your hate up your ass, it might return
>>to where it belongs. Harbour & keep it there, and
>>strive to not let it leak out into the world.

>
> Hate? Hummm disgust at buffoons is hate?
>
> Methinks you doth protest way way too much. Afraid to look at your own
> riding "skills", Id bet.


You're the driver who complains about being
"bullied" by cyclists.

I'm not complaining about anything. I can
right handily deal with the likes of you.

>>I hope you don't get involved in a single-vehicle
>>collision with a stout tree (where the tree at
>>least survives.)

>
> So far, after 15 million miles and a number of driving awards, Ive not
> hit a tree. But Ill let you know when I do.
>
> Be sure to carry your Organ Donor card in your personal effects
> Someone will need it. Fortunately, they cant do brains yet..so the
> recipient will be safe.


If "they" can't do brains yet, how could there
be recipients?

I see your question mark key is working all
too well, but your apostrophe key isn't at all.

Maybe I should carry a Keyboard Donor card.


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I'm really at:
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marika

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"Edward Dolan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> "Gunner Asch" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> [...]
>> Political Correctness is a doctrine fostered by a delusional,
>> illogical liberal minority, and rabidly promoted by an
>> unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the
>> proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean
>> end.

>
> Gunner is all about turds. He eats them! It is part of his survival
> skills. He also drinks his own ****.



I heard Gandhi did that too.


mk5000


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Gunner

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On Thu, 24 Apr 2008 02:38:52 -0700, [email protected] (Tom Keats)
wrote:

>In article <[email protected]>,
> Gunner Asch <[email protected]> writes:
>
>>>If you shoved your hate up your ass, it might return
>>>to where it belongs. Harbour & keep it there, and
>>>strive to not let it leak out into the world.

>>
>> Hate? Hummm disgust at buffoons is hate?
>>
>> Methinks you doth protest way way too much. Afraid to look at your own
>> riding "skills", Id bet.

>
>You're the driver who complains about being
>"bullied" by cyclists.


Indeed.
>
>I'm not complaining about anything. I can
>right handily deal with the likes of you.


Sure you can. Keep your organ donor card on your person.
>
>>>I hope you don't get involved in a single-vehicle
>>>collision with a stout tree (where the tree at
>>>least survives.)

>>
>> So far, after 15 million miles and a number of driving awards, Ive not
>> hit a tree. But Ill let you know when I do.
>>
>> Be sure to carry your Organ Donor card in your personal effects
>> Someone will need it. Fortunately, they cant do brains yet..so the
>> recipient will be safe.

>
>If "they" can't do brains yet, how could there
>be recipients?


Good point. Though its evident you are a working example of what I was
intending.
>
>I see your question mark key is working all
>too well, but your apostrophe key isn't at all.
>
>Maybe I should carry a Keyboard Donor card.


That too.

Gunner
 
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marika

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"Edward Dolan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]riewave.com...
>
>
> Maybe Gunner Ass hails from India too for all I know.


[email protected]!!!11!! SMART boy

Plus I think Roanoke area is big enough for 2

>But I don't think he is a pacifist since all he wants to do is to run over
>cyclists and children with his gdf truck if they get in his way.


That is obviously correct. If you guys said well WE are breaking off from
the
show and if someone else wants to run one up there, we have no control
over OTHER PEOPLE!. Or if someone started a second one SAME THING. WE KNOW
THEM but they are not us



>I also think he is heavily into cocksucking since he keeps bringing up the
>subject at every opportunity.


MONOPOLY IS ILLEGAL IN US!!!!


>I don't think Gandhi was a ********** like Gunner Ass.


Anyway, I figgered you would figger that out on your own


mk5000

"Such projections may suggest exagerated warts from an
Amanita, especially a species with a wide volva.
Of course, there is yet another possibility: you may well have found a
species novum! "--
Daniel B. Wheeler, Truffler
 
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marika

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"Edward Dolan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]


> Yes, and that must be the reason why I attract all the nuts and screwballs
> of Usenet. But I am thinking of retiring from my endeavors. If and when I
> do, Mr. Tom Sherman will be expected to carry on in my stead.
>



Which endeavors? Repeating the same prepackaged flames over and over.

I'm not sure I would refer to those as endeavors

Or are you getting ready to post one of those million dollars burned out by
usenet posts?

mk5000

"You feckless puppet"--Canterbury's Law
 
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marika

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"Edward Dolan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]

>
> Hey, somebody has got to do it.


Wow I am so glad to hear your accomplishment. I know you are an honest hard
working totally cool person so I always believed it was but a passing bit of
a thing.
My parents are just plain old I guess. I am visiting home this weekend. I
guess I don't really remember drinking coffee so much in the a.m. as lunch
time, when I really needed it. I guess I never really liked the coffee
taste, so I have switched to things that still taste good. Like Red Bull
(which most people don't think tastes good, but I like it). They've
marketed a lot of stuff since then so coffee is a rarity for me. Right now,
I have something called Enviga on my desk. It's a Nestea product. It turns
out I was not entirely wrong about the effects I was feeling in the
afternoon. There's a lot of studies that say that it increases blood flow
and is best taken in the afternoon. Apparently there were additive effects
realized from this for people who lifted weights, as I used to in those
days. Now, I'm just thirsty and green tea just tastes good whereas coffee
does not. my doctor has said that I shouldn't drink water without anything
in it, because it has paradoxical effects of dehydrating me if I drink too
much. I fainted once a few years ago because I had had more water that
flushed out all the salt in my system. It just happens that there are few
thirst quenching things out there that don't have some bit of caffeine in
them. I think caffeine will help me with becoming disciplined and hard
working like you



>Otherwise we would be stuck with the likes of you.
>


Me I inspired you. Wow. I can't imagine how that happened or what I said
or when but good for you. That proves what I know of you because you can't
get a endeavor like that while working unless I am disciplined and hard
working like you .

I find it very very affirming.



mk5000

Vida Boheme: Carol Ann, if we're going to be friends, there's something I
have to...
Carol Ann: Adam's Apple?
Vida Boheme: What?
Carol Ann: Adam's Apple. Women don't have Adam's Apples, only men have
Adam's Apples. The first night that you came to town I noticed that you had
yourself an Adam's Apple.
Vida Boheme: Then, then you know?
Carol Ann: I know, that I am very fortunate to have a lady friend who just
happens to have an Adam's Apple. --To Wong Foo
 
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marika

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"Edward Dolan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>
>
> Nope, compliments like the above will get you nowhere with the Great Ed
> Dolan.


O well we are on the same frikken wave length.

>Have you no shame?


They rule against you, then they have to reopen all the others

mk5000

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Oooh weee, oooh weee ooh
On your mark, set, party on 3
4, hit the floor and go for what ya know (hey!)"--SD is out, Snoop Dogg
 
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Tom Sherman

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marika [insert last name here] wrote:
> [...] my doctor has said
> that I shouldn't drink water without anything in it, because it has
> paradoxical effects of dehydrating me if I drink too much. I fainted
> once a few years ago because I had had more water that flushed out all
> the salt in my system.[...]


Hyponatremia, most likely: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyponatremia>.

--
Tom Sherman - Holstein-Friesland Bovinia
The weather is here, wish you were beautiful
 
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marika

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"Edward Dolan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>


> Alas, Marika, I can never love you back. I am not only Great, but a Great
> Saint also. I have taken vows of poverty and chastity from my earliest
> youth.



I don't care if you love me back. I want my diamond fleck heart

>However, I did not take a vow of obedience and so I could not become a
>priest in the Roman Catholic Church as was my destiny. I am a Saint without
>a Church!


Do I look like i care I want my diamond fleck heart

>
> Admire me from afar if you must, but we must forever remain apart.


Thank GOD!!!1

>We are like characters from the Bible. I am chaste and pure and you are a
>sinful ****; yea, I am like Jesus of Nazareth and you are like Mary
>Magdalene. So you can see how impossible it is.


Except that I am an atheist and don;t believe in sin so hmmm. I guess we're
not like that at all/

If you really want to compare me to someone in the Bible vis a vis your role
as Jesus, think of me as God the Father, much closer to the real deal

just because you have a vow of poverty doesn't mean you have a vow of
poverty with regard to providing for others

where's my diamond fleck heart

mk5000

"I wouldn't never leave it, you know that's wrong of me
I'ma stay down, you see me on them corners G
At your local liquor store, gettin some optimums"--Snoop dogg, crazy