The boudreaux thread

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by chrome frame, Mar 3, 2004.

  1. chrome frame

    chrome frame New Member

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    Well, I think we need a place to talk about this. Anyone want to start?
     
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  2. tspinner

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    This thread's just alot of hooey. No, Apple Sauce, Stinky Apple Sauce!!!

    (And we wonder why he was booted from another "Bike Forum"). :rolleyes:
     
  3. drewski

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    he has some good info, but can work on his delivery.
     
  4. boudreaux

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    Smells like a barge load to me.
     
  5. Hitchy

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    LOL....don't scare him/her/it off though...its the highlight of my day seeing who Bourdreaux has rubbished....the master of the one liner, the consumate 'put down' performer. I'm convinced people post things just to see if they can get a 'Hoey'......keep up the good work Boudreaux!......I might start the Boudreaux fan club.....any takers?.....anyone?......anyone?........

    cheers,

    Hitchy
     
  6. boudreaux

    boudreaux New Member

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    It's HOOEY bub. But I like the way you talk. ;)
     
  7. Eidetic

    Eidetic New Member

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    maybe it's hoey after it's covered with dirt
     
  8. mjw_byrne

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    Who actually transports "hooey" by barge anyway? A barge load of hooey is a lot of hooey.....you never see him accuse someone of posting a "small pot of hooey" or any other moderate amount...

    But seriously though, he seems to be like an encyclopaedia of bike knowledge, but what's with the attitude??
     
  9. BaCardi

    BaCardi New Member

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    A spade is a spade and boudreaux is just a small POS on the forum anyway.
     
  10. boudreaux

    boudreaux New Member

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    Feedback from real hooeymongers is so insightful.
     
  11. BaCardi

    BaCardi New Member

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    Yeah and so are POS trolls like yourself.
     
  12. boudreaux

    boudreaux New Member

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    HaHaHa Yeah, the folks on the rec.bicycle tech forum newsgroup know all about about certain P*S trolls.Isn't your card about all punched out?
     
  13. brightgarden

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    You know, you stand on your own merit. And self-irony, even if sometimes abrasive, is still amusing in its own way--there's no need to point it out to the person (who, most likely, won't see the point anyhow).

    Why, if you have no respect for someone, do you bother wasting your energy replying?
     
  14. recycle

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    I'm sure I'm not the only one who misses ole Memphmann ... but trying to cast Boudreaux into the extreme is going a little beyond normal.
     
  15. brightgarden

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    Oh yeah. I miss memphmann too. He was supremely amusing. What happened to him?
     
  16. daveornee

    daveornee New Member

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    Over 1,200 posts: most of them have something worthwhile.
    The opinions expressed are free, but they often have positive value.
    "boudreaux" is most always worth a read. I don't want "boudreaux" banned here. Sometimes his one liners are a "lot of hooey". Each individual should have free expression on a forum.
     
  17. discobean7

    discobean7 New Member

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    Boudreaux is a straight shooter that at times can be a little abrasive. I'm sure that rubs some people the wrong way. Keep in mind that when he's at his most abrasive he is simply speaking from a common sense perspective. There are far bigger as?h?les out there that don't have any of the information he provides. I say we keep him. That's my 2 cents.
     
  18. brightgarden

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    Ah, a vote.

    Keep boudreaux. He may not be very amusing, but he's valuable.
     
  19. ccorrick

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    This thread is what is amusing!!

    :D
     
  20. JohnO

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    Hey, I don't see any of the other resident WAG's getting their own thread. Wasn't it Wilde that said the only thing worse than being talked about, was not being talked about?

    But seriously, I don't recall boudreaux ever saying anything that was inaccurate - always right on the money. I can think of far more irritating people - those that shoot their mouth off when they know nothing, or brag about absurd performance statistics that can't possibly be backed up.

    But just becase we're saying all these nice things, don't let it go to your head....
     
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