The Thread about Nothing....

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

  1. EoinC2

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    Sorry to hear of your Tripod loss Eoin. I've spent enough time driving the unlincenced Fartographer around, socially, she pays her professionals, but have also been lucky enough to to visit those studios and retailers, and yeah, the loss of a proper expensive prized carbon tripod en route (yes, French. Classo you cunt) sucks.
    I like the waterlogged ball. Boat.
    Xx.
     
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    Yep.
     
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    When they let you over the border again please come and visit me in OhsoquietSydneytown. I would like to meet you, dear sir. There's spare rooms.
     
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    Now that I wake up early like a normal human being, I saw a juvenile Ringtail Possum in my backyard this week. I wasn't certain it wasn't a rat nor an antechinus, until I noticed how big it's glossy, slightly blind eyes and even ears were; and its white tipped tail, uncoiled, and its slow method with proper jumping skills.
    It's welcome to stay. For now. Until it needs to fuck off and die like the neighbours' yappy dogs.
     
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    I'm catching up on my TdF viewing right now, 1st and 2nd stages, and yes I agree. Ratorpossumortoohey? Never heard of the cnut, but if he keeps trying I reckon he's got mainstream potential.
     
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    That's why I used the original Swiss Side hadron wheels. It was an alloy rim with a carbon fairing that tested similar to a Zipp 808 when it came to drag and weighed about the same as a 404. It also made a nice rumble ;)
     
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    Hey Wilchemy, loved the pics of your Tawny Frogmouths. The young ones look hilarious before they're fully fledged. And good one on rescuing the little possum.

    Mr E, I loved your headspace vid... both soundtracks were perfect. My Bride and I got out for a ride last Sunday. It was a spectacular day... 25 with perfect sunshine and no rain. Did a little backroads circuit and ended up at the Gundy pub for lunch. AKA the Lingalonga Inn.
     
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    Got a few average snaps of some exquisite visitors the other morning... a pair of Rainbow Lorikeets, mum and dad Superb Blue Wrens and Double-barred Finch.

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    But think of the excellent diversity we enjoy having the states and territories... like the marvellous variety in rail gauges. That's been a real winner for over a hundred years.
     
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    Now show us your tits
     
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    Haha. Baden Cooke getting interviewed on the Tour coverage, saying his childhood dream was to ride the Tour.

    Can confirm. A bloke I worked with has a sister in Benalla who lived next door to Cookes parents and the bloke told me it’s all Cookie ever banged on about as a kid. He said it took a while for the penny to drop with him when Cooke started going well, like “that’s that kid who lived next to my sister”. Ahahaha
     
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    Fuck, I didn’t know Emma Carney could smile.
     
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    Another athletic prodigy who ended up with tachycardia.
     
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    Oh for fuck's sake. What's with the cross back to the studio with a vacuous discussion about nothing with Bridie?
     
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