The Thread about Nothing....

Discussion in 'Australia and New Zealand' started by Hitchy, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. bbp

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    Sorry, with his grandson, who was on drums, not producing. Google before posting, even if you almost remembered it right, and knew you were wrong somehow, because YOU DON'T GET LONG ENOUGH TO EDIT, dickhead.
    I mean it was 20 plus years ago, and fine, if someone sneaks a quote in first, let it stand, but we deserve longer to correct ourselves.
    Especially us drunks.
     
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    Yeah, I hopped into a late night YouTube vortex of their stuff the other night. Incredible.
     
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    BJ In the Gardeners Van will be his "last man" in the mountains. Unfortunately, BJ will think he needs to ride at the back or quit.
     
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    Dead pool fails.

    Anita Pallenberg
    Hein Verbruggen
     
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    Knew about Anita Pallenberg - read that yesterday in The Guardian, but hadn't heard Hein Verbruggen had popped his clogs.
     
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    Useless fact of the day. I just found out that Yoko Ono is 84 years old. Fark
     
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    My best mate got cleaned up while out on his bike up in Bendigo on Monday. Ow.

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    Popped his clogs.

    Very good ma. Lolz
     
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    Fark that looks nasty. Hope he heals well, classo.
    I guess his bike is rooted too?
     
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    That was about the second question I asked ahahaha. He said it looked fucked. I'll see it tomorrow. By the way, if the TAC or the insurance co for the dickhead who hit my mate are reading this, it's a Dogma with super record eps and bora wheels.
     
  13. bbp

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    So I'm a miserable old cnut who misses the good old rock pubs. But the Lansdowne reopened this week and I went there this evening, and it was fucking great.
    Pole dancers in the smoking area,
    and pole dancers in the the main bar.

    Some people left, some stayed, it did get more interesting after that.
    Might be my new local already.
     
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    Bike looks alright. Bent hanger, scratched derailleur, scratched right lever, torn brake hood, missing handlebar plug. That's it. Wheels straight. Not even torn bar tape.

    My mate, besides the arm, has a big haemotoma on his leg. We were trying to work it out. We reckon the front guard hit his leg, and the passenger side mirror snapped his arm. Normally if you break something in your arm when falling you break a wrist, or scaphoid, or collarbone. Not the humerus. He's a bit sore. It may need a rod inserted yet. Lucky boy. Fucked if I know what the fucktard driver was doing or (not) thinking.
     
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