Discussion:
Acting like a cunt
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rob2
2006-09-27 22:45:52 UTC
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For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.

Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
Quiting smoking is the closest i've come to it before, you want to stop
but also, fuck it.
Whinging Courier
2006-09-27 22:48:39 UTC
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Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently.
Eh?
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Gyp
2006-09-27 23:02:32 UTC
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Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently.
Eh?
Let me translate...

"When I get on my bike I ride like a cunt"

HTH
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z***@technologist.com
2006-09-27 23:09:06 UTC
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Whinging Courier writes
Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently.
Eh?
Let me translate...
"When I get on my bike I ride like a cunt"
Which probably isn't the best place to be acting the cunt, especially
on something powerful.

P.
porl
2006-09-27 23:19:37 UTC
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Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.
Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
Quiting smoking is the closest i've come to it before, you want to stop
but also, fuck it.
A self-destructive episode is very common under stress, especially if
someone close to you has died and what you thought was your
(relatively) rock steady psychological state gets knocked off kilter as
it readjusts. Being conscious of the phenomenon it is your
responsiblity to exercise greater control of your impulses until
normality is resumed.

I just made all that up. If it doesn't work for you just carry on and
normality will be resumed anyway at some point under Darwin's Law.
Gyp
2006-09-27 23:42:58 UTC
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Post by porl
A self-destructive episode is very common under stress, especially if
someone close to you has died and what you thought was your
(relatively) rock steady psychological state gets knocked off kilter as
it readjusts. Being conscious of the phenomenon it is your
responsiblity to exercise greater control of your impulses until
normality is resumed.
I've noticed recently that my commuting has become more "assertive";
more revs, more noise, closer "squeezing", putting air between my front
tyre and the ground after every junction.

Is this healthy Dr porl? Or is it a result of the mass-decentralisation
as a consequence of fitting a top-box [1]?

[1] I have a theory that the current work on mass-centralisation of
motorcycles can only lead to black holes, so it is imperative on a
number of us to decentralise the mass of our motorcycles to maintain
galactic equilibrium
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porl
2006-09-28 00:14:03 UTC
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Post by Gyp
I've noticed recently that my commuting has become more "assertive";
more revs, more noise, closer "squeezing", putting air between my front
tyre and the ground after every junction.
We're not doing bravado this month. We're doing "What happens when it
goes tragically wrong". Try and keep up.
Post by Gyp
Is this healthy Dr porl? Or is it a result of the mass-decentralisation
as a consequence of fitting a top-box [1]?
You've got a top box on your Harley? Is there no accessory you guys
won't stoop to?
Gyp
2006-09-28 07:20:32 UTC
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Post by porl
We're not doing bravado this month. We're doing "What happens when it
goes tragically wrong". Try and keep up.
Good point. I'm off to Ikea
Post by porl
You've got a top box on your Harley? Is there no accessory you guys
won't stoop to?
Noo, on the Zed.

On the Harley I have a Harley Davidson SAC (TM) fabric bag that sits on
the rack or pussy pad and is held in place by a sleeve over my sissy bar
and some straps.
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Wicked Uncle Nigel
2006-09-28 08:25:27 UTC
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Using the patented Mavis Beacon "Hunt&Peck" Technique, Gyp
Post by Gyp
Post by porl
We're not doing bravado this month. We're doing "What happens when it
goes tragically wrong". Try and keep up.
Good point. I'm off to Ikea
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PUT THE DRILL DOWN! STEP AWAY FROM THE WALL!
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Scraggy
2006-09-28 12:55:07 UTC
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Post by Gyp
On the Harley I have a Harley Davidson SAC (TM) fabric bag that sits
on the rack or pussy pad and is held in place by a sleeve over my
sissy bar and some straps.
Oh dear God..
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Paul Carmichael
2006-09-30 20:24:18 UTC
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pussy pad
Not heard that before. Lovely expression.
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Grimly Curmudgeon
2006-09-28 00:47:22 UTC
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We were somewhere around Barstow, on the edge of the desert, when the
Post by Gyp
Is this healthy Dr porl? Or is it a result of the mass-decentralisation
as a consequence of fitting a top-box [1]?
Black holes are one thing, but what you need is simply ordinary holes in
your top box.
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Beav
2006-09-28 00:13:15 UTC
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Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.
Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
I was only discussing this with the wife yesterday after coming back from a
quick blat. I think it's normal for most bike riders.
Post by rob2
Quiting smoking is the closest i've come to it before, you want to stop
but also, fuck it.
You want to slow down and think the same thing. Actually, you *dont* want to
slow down, but you know you should. Still it's "fuck it"
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porl
2006-09-28 00:23:44 UTC
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Post by Beav
Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.
Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
I was only discussing this with the wife yesterday after coming back from a
quick blat. I think it's normal for most bike riders.
What, "almost suicidal risk taking"?
rob2
2006-09-28 00:49:24 UTC
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Post by porl
What, "almost suicidal risk taking"?
I would want to know how motorcyclists cope with the thing i'm going
through, that anyone goes through once and again. It's already a death
trap and yet it's not, add in a lot of stress and the bike becomes a
high stakes poker game (I was going to say Craps ). But it's also a
huge relief being out with nobody talking and nothing but the bike an
yourself then it reverses into a situation.
porl
2006-09-28 01:44:44 UTC
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Post by rob2
Post by porl
What, "almost suicidal risk taking"?
I would want to know how motorcyclists cope with the thing i'm going
through, that anyone goes through once and again. It's already a death
trap and yet it's not, add in a lot of stress and the bike becomes a
high stakes poker game (I was going to say Craps ). But it's also a
huge relief being out with nobody talking and nothing but the bike an
yourself then it reverses into a situation.
1] Life is not a film, there is no kickass soundtrack, you are not a
poor misunderstood rebel. Exercise more self-control until normality is
resumed. Deal with your emotional problems to achieve normality, just
like everyone else has to. You know, like an adult is supposed to.

2] Go out in a blaze of glory dude! Life sucks and it's not your fault!
Get back at it by going fucking mental! Woohoo! Think of all those
chicks at the funeral...er...that you won't be able to shag.

3] Become a born again something. Annoy everyone else but feel snug,
smug and secure in the knowledge that someboy up there likes you.
Slider
2006-09-28 14:08:06 UTC
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Post by porl
3] Become a born again something. Annoy everyone else but feel snug,
smug and secure in the knowledge that someboy up there likes you.
Choose your heaven wisely. Thanks to Platty for enlightening me to the
following:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster
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ogden
2006-09-28 14:51:41 UTC
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Post by Slider
Post by porl
3] Become a born again something. Annoy everyone else but feel snug,
smug and secure in the knowledge that someboy up there likes you.
Choose your heaven wisely. Thanks to Platty for enlightening me to the
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster
One of the crappiest memes to come from the net so far.
--
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darsy
2006-09-28 14:59:08 UTC
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Post by Slider
Post by porl
3] Become a born again something. Annoy everyone else but feel snug,
smug and secure in the knowledge that someboy up there likes you.
Choose your heaven wisely. Thanks to Platty for enlightening me to the
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster
One of the crappiest memes to come from the net so far.
it's better than Hamster Dance, though.
--
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Krusty
2006-09-28 14:59:38 UTC
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Post by Slider
Post by porl
3] Become a born again something. Annoy everyone else but feel
snug, >> > smug and secure in the knowledge that someboy up there
likes you. >>
Post by ogden
Post by Slider
Choose your heaven wisely. Thanks to Platty for enlightening me
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster
One of the crappiest memes to come from the net so far.
it's better than Hamster Dance, though.
He did walk today[1], but I doubt he'll be dancing for a while.

[1] The few yards from private jet to waiting ambulance.
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ginge
2006-09-28 14:59:56 UTC
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Post by darsy
Post by ogden
Post by Slider
Post by porl
3] Become a born again something. Annoy everyone else but feel snug,
smug and secure in the knowledge that someboy up there likes you.
Choose your heaven wisely. Thanks to Platty for enlightening me to the
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster
One of the crappiest memes to come from the net so far.
it's better than Hamster Dance, though.
But not as good as Mahir!
darsy
2006-09-28 15:03:32 UTC
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Post by ginge
Post by darsy
Post by ogden
Post by Slider
Post by porl
3] Become a born again something. Annoy everyone else but feel snug,
smug and secure in the knowledge that someboy up there likes you.
Choose your heaven wisely. Thanks to Platty for enlightening me to the
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster
One of the crappiest memes to come from the net so far.
it's better than Hamster Dance, though.
But not as good as Mahir!
I kiss you!
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ogden
2006-09-28 15:07:35 UTC
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Post by darsy
Post by ogden
Post by Slider
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster
One of the crappiest memes to come from the net so far.
it's better than Hamster Dance, though.
Nobody ever tried to use Hamster Dance as an intellectual argument. On
that basis, Hamster Dance wins by a long shot.

Now, All Your Base, that's a meme worthy of the name.
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Beav
2006-09-28 14:27:00 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by rob2
Post by porl
What, "almost suicidal risk taking"?
I would want to know how motorcyclists cope with the thing i'm going
through, that anyone goes through once and again. It's already a death
trap and yet it's not, add in a lot of stress and the bike becomes a
high stakes poker game (I was going to say Craps ). But it's also a
huge relief being out with nobody talking and nothing but the bike an
yourself then it reverses into a situation.
1] Life is not a film, there is no kickass soundtrack, you are not a
poor misunderstood rebel. Exercise more self-control until normality is
resumed. Deal with your emotional problems to achieve normality, just
like everyone else has to. You know, like an adult is supposed to.
Being adult doesn't mean you have to slow down or walk carefully for fear of
getting hurt.
Post by porl
2] Go out in a blaze of glory dude! Life sucks and it's not your fault!
Life definitely doesn't suck. Life is wonderful, especially when the weather
is good and the bike is running sweetly and quickly.
Post by porl
Get back at it by going fucking mental!
Whoops, to fucking late, that happened donkeys years ago.

Woohoo! Think of all those
Post by porl
chicks at the funeral...er...that you won't be able to shag.
Being dead doesn't make you gay.
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porl
2006-09-28 23:45:33 UTC
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Post by Beav
Post by porl
1] Life is not a film, there is no kickass soundtrack, you are not a
poor misunderstood rebel. Exercise more self-control until normality is
resumed. Deal with your emotional problems to achieve normality, just
like everyone else has to. You know, like an adult is supposed to.
Being adult doesn't mean you have to slow down or walk carefully for fear of
getting hurt.
Along with your desire to emulate WC by absorbing every catchphrase,
meme and "tough boy" personality trait in ukrm you also seem to be
losing (if you ever had it) the capacity to understand fairly basic
English. I didn't say dealing with emotional problems involved slowing
down or wakling carefully. It really couldn't be more clear. So you're
being an idiot. Again.
Post by Beav
Post by porl
Get back at it by going fucking mental!
Whoops, to fucking late, that happened donkeys years ago.
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
Ace
2006-09-29 08:25:08 UTC
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Post by Beav
Post by porl
Get back at it by going fucking mental!
Whoops, to fucking late, that happened donkeys years ago.
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Hehe. I loikes that; mind if I borrow it?
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porl
2006-09-29 08:47:11 UTC
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Post by Beav
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Get back at it by going fucking mental!
Whoops, to fucking late, that happened donkeys years ago.
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hehe. I loikes that; mind if I borrow it?
Knock yourself out.
Phil Launchbury
2006-09-29 09:46:11 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by Ace
Post by porl
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hehe. I loikes that; mind if I borrow it?
Knock yourself out.
He already did..

Phil
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porl
2006-09-29 10:39:56 UTC
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Post by Phil Launchbury
Post by porl
Post by Ace
Post by porl
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hehe. I loikes that; mind if I borrow it?
Knock yourself out.
He already did..
No way! What a coincidence!
Phil Launchbury
2006-09-29 11:31:25 UTC
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Post by Phil Launchbury
Post by porl
Knock yourself out.
He already did..
No way! What a coincidence!
Way! Synchronicity!

Phil
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Ace
2006-09-29 11:45:15 UTC
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On Fri, 29 Sep 2006 10:46:11 +0100, Phil Launchbury
Post by Phil Launchbury
Post by porl
Post by Ace
Post by porl
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hehe. I loikes that; mind if I borrow it?
Knock yourself out.
He already did..
Nope.
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Champ
2006-09-29 12:44:01 UTC
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Post by Phil Launchbury
Post by porl
Post by Ace
Post by porl
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hehe. I loikes that; mind if I borrow it?
Knock yourself out.
He already did..
Nope.
In fact, I bet you wish you had, eh?

As I said on the phone, in both my two big accidents (where I broke
bones) I had concussion, and consequently have no memory of the pain.
Result, I say.
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porl
2006-09-29 13:02:14 UTC
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Post by Champ
Post by Phil Launchbury
Post by porl
Post by Ace
Post by porl
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hehe. I loikes that; mind if I borrow it?
Knock yourself out.
He already did..
Nope.
In fact, I bet you wish you had, eh?
As I said on the phone, in both my two big accidents (where I broke
bones) I had concussion, and consequently have no memory of the pain.
Result, I say.
I can still remember everything about mine, except the nurses in the
ambulance are in rubber costumes.
Paul Carmichael
2006-09-30 20:11:39 UTC
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Post by porl
I can still remember everything about mine, except the nurses in the
ambulance are in rubber costumes.
Nurses, eh? My last experience of a nurse was the one that gently
stroked my (albeit tiny) dick all through my vasectomy. I presume it was
supposed to distract me from the immense pain of having my balls hacked
about with a scalpel. It didn't work.

And anyway, stop tallking about me, you bastards.
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2006-09-30 20:25:15 UTC
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Nurses, eh? My last experience of a nurse was the one that gently
stroked my (albeit tiny) dick all through my vasectomy. I presume it was
supposed to distract me from the immense pain of having my balls hacked
about with a scalpel. It didn't work.
It was to distract *her* from laughing.

Maybe she was trying to get you to crack a stiffy so your scrotum
contracted and met the surgeon's knife...
Ace
2006-09-29 13:02:54 UTC
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Post by Champ
Post by Phil Launchbury
Post by porl
Knock yourself out.
He already did..
Nope.
In fact, I bet you wish you had, eh?
Well I certainly felt that way at the time, but it's quite possible
that, had I been unconcious, I wouldn't have been breathing either.
And given that it was perhaps a half-hour before a doctor[1] arrived I
might well have been dead. As it was it took a huge conscious effort
to overcome the pain and draw breath, so perhaps I was better off that
way.
Post by Champ
As I said on the phone, in both my two big accidents (where I broke
bones) I had concussion, and consequently have no memory of the pain.
Result, I say.
Indeed.

[1] The crews of the two ambulances that did arrive didn't seem to
have any more than basic first-aid training - certainly no paramedics
on board.
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`\\ | //' BOTAFOT#3, SbS#2, UKRMMA#13, DFV#8, SKA#2, IBB#10
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Champ
2006-09-29 13:38:51 UTC
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Post by Champ
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Knock yourself out.
He already did..
Nope.
In fact, I bet you wish you had, eh?
Well I certainly felt that way at the time, but it's quite possible
that, had I been unconcious, I wouldn't have been breathing either.
Important distinction in terminology here - I was never unconcious, on
either occasion. I just had concussion.

In the first accident, a friend sat with me at the side of the road,
waiting for the ambulance. I have no memory of that day from
breakfast until the hospital.

On the second occasion, at Oulton, I was 'awake' but...well, lets say
that Suze put her head round the door of the ambulance and said "Hi
Champ". Apparently the look on my face said "Champ's not in right now.
Please leave a message after the tone...."
Post by Ace
And given that it was perhaps a half-hour before a doctor[1] arrived I
might well have been dead. As it was it took a huge conscious effort
to overcome the pain and draw breath, so perhaps I was better off that
way.
Quite. Dunno if the mental state of 'concussed' can be sufficiently
aware to make such decisions.
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Ace
2006-09-29 13:47:46 UTC
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Post by Ace
Well I certainly felt that way at the time, but it's quite possible
that, had I been unconcious, I wouldn't have been breathing either.
Important distinction in terminology here - I was never unconcious, on
either occasion. I just had concussion.
In medical/first aid terms you almost certainly were 'unconcious'
which is defined as having 'reduced or absent response to stimuli'.
Doesn't mean you have to have been completely blacked out.

But yes, I know what you're saying.
Post by Champ
In the first accident, a friend sat with me at the side of the road,
waiting for the ambulance. I have no memory of that day from
breakfast until the hospital.
On the second occasion, at Oulton, I was 'awake' but...well, lets say
that Suze put her head round the door of the ambulance and said "Hi
Champ". Apparently the look on my face said "Champ's not in right now.
Please leave a message after the tone...."
Quite. 'Unconscious' as defined above.
Post by Champ
Post by Ace
And given that it was perhaps a half-hour before a doctor[1] arrived I
might well have been dead. As it was it took a huge conscious effort
to overcome the pain and draw breath, so perhaps I was better off that
way.
Quite. Dunno if the mental state of 'concussed' can be sufficiently
aware to make such decisions.
Probably.
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`\\ | //' BOTAFOT#3, SbS#2, UKRMMA#13, DFV#8, SKA#2, IBB#10
`\|/`
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wessie
2006-09-29 18:58:07 UTC
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Post by Ace
[1] The crews of the two ambulances that did arrive didn't seem to
have any more than basic first-aid training - certainly no paramedics
on board.
That wouldn't have happened in the UK.
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Ace
2006-09-29 20:48:50 UTC
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Post by Ace
[1] The crews of the two ambulances that did arrive didn't seem to
have any more than basic first-aid training - certainly no paramedics
on board.
That wouldn't have happened in the UK.
In a relatively rural area I think it might have been as long until
'proper' care arrived. The fact that the local Sapeurs Pompiers were
there before the doctor arrived, and to be honest I've no idea how
long it took, doesn't in itself point to a poor service. And the
helicopter was there soon afterwards too. Called from another country,
which is an interesting example of cross-boarder cooperation.
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wessie
2006-09-30 10:02:38 UTC
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Post by wessie
Post by Ace
[1] The crews of the two ambulances that did arrive didn't seem to
have any more than basic first-aid training - certainly no paramedics
on board.
That wouldn't have happened in the UK.
In a relatively rural area I think it might have been as long until
'proper' care arrived. The fact that the local Sapeurs Pompiers were
there before the doctor arrived, and to be honest I've no idea how
long it took, doesn't in itself point to a poor service. And the
helicopter was there soon afterwards too. Called from another country,
which is an interesting example of cross-boarder cooperation.
What have miffed public schoolboys got to do with it?

It would've probably been hours before a UK, and especially Welsh,
ambulance turned up: at least there would've been a paramedic on board
though.
--
wessie at tesco dot net

BMW R1150GS
Beav
2006-09-29 22:18:35 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by Beav
Post by porl
1] Life is not a film, there is no kickass soundtrack, you are not a
poor misunderstood rebel. Exercise more self-control until normality is
resumed. Deal with your emotional problems to achieve normality, just
like everyone else has to. You know, like an adult is supposed to.
Being adult doesn't mean you have to slow down or walk carefully for fear of
getting hurt.
Along with your desire to emulate WC by absorbing every catchphrase,
Like which ones for instance? And why would I want to emulate anyone? You
have a VERY strange outlook you do.
Post by porl
meme and "tough boy" personality trait in ukrm you also seem to be
losing (if you ever had it) the capacity to understand fairly basic
English. I didn't say dealing with emotional problems involved slowing
down or wakling carefully. It really couldn't be more clear. So you're
being an idiot. Again.
Thank fuck for that then. I was concerned things were changing.
Post by porl
Post by Beav
Post by porl
Get back at it by going fucking mental!
Whoops, to fucking late, that happened donkeys years ago.
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
Anywhere in particular you want this river?
--
Beav

VN 750
Zed 1000
OMF# 19
Whinging Courier
2006-09-29 22:39:21 UTC
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Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by Beav
Post by porl
1] Life is not a film, there is no kickass soundtrack, you are not a
poor misunderstood rebel. Exercise more self-control until normality is
resumed. Deal with your emotional problems to achieve normality, just
like everyone else has to. You know, like an adult is supposed to.
Being adult doesn't mean you have to slow down or walk carefully for fear of
getting hurt.
Along with your desire to emulate WC by absorbing every catchphrase,
Like which ones for instance? And why would I want to emulate anyone? You
have a VERY strange outlook you do.
Look, just 'cos it's a regular, don't mean it ain't a troll, Bro.
Post by Beav
Post by porl
meme and "tough boy" personality trait in ukrm you also seem to be
losing (if you ever had it) the capacity to understand fairly basic
English. I didn't say dealing with emotional problems involved slowing
down or wakling carefully. It really couldn't be more clear. So you're
being an idiot. Again.
Thank fuck for that then. I was concerned things were changing.
It's the Blaney syndrome, innit.

I mean, it don't take no rocket scientist but it's plain for all with
more than 3 brain cells to see, innit!
Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by Beav
Post by porl
Get back at it by going fucking mental!
Whoops, to fucking late, that happened donkeys years ago.
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
Anywhere in particular you want this river?
Yeah, shove it up his arse. It's the closest to England he's gonna get
for at least three months!

Leave it. Let him fester in his wallow of shit.
--
CBR1000 GS450 XT660X
BOMB#14 ibW#40 LotR#0 BOTAFOT#157 BotM#3
porl
2006-09-30 04:13:41 UTC
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Post by Whinging Courier
I mean, it don't take no rocket scientist but it's plain for all with
more than 3 brain cells to see, innit!
Yeah, shove it up his arse. It's the closest to England he's gonna get
for at least three months!
Leave it. Let him fester in his wallow of shit.
This is an English -speaking newsgroup. Make an effort, eh?
Beav
2006-09-30 10:44:29 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by Whinging Courier
I mean, it don't take no rocket scientist but it's plain for all with
more than 3 brain cells to see, innit!
Yeah, shove it up his arse. It's the closest to England he's gonna get
for at least three months!
Leave it. Let him fester in his wallow of shit.
This is an English -speaking newsgroup. Make an effort, eh?
That rates about - fuck all on the funny/witty/interesting scale.
--
Beav

VN 750
Zed 1000
OMF# 19
porl
2006-09-30 10:49:16 UTC
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Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by Whinging Courier
I mean, it don't take no rocket scientist but it's plain for all with
more than 3 brain cells to see, innit!
Yeah, shove it up his arse. It's the closest to England he's gonna get
for at least three months!
Leave it. Let him fester in his wallow of shit.
This is an English -speaking newsgroup. Make an effort, eh?
That rates about - fuck all on the funny/witty/interesting scale.
It was intended as an insult. You can't rate stuff if you can't
understand it, Beav. And tbh you've got enough problems defending your
own posts without trying to stick up for the other losers.
Beav
2006-09-30 19:06:18 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by Whinging Courier
I mean, it don't take no rocket scientist but it's plain for all with
more than 3 brain cells to see, innit!
Yeah, shove it up his arse. It's the closest to England he's gonna get
for at least three months!
Leave it. Let him fester in his wallow of shit.
This is an English -speaking newsgroup. Make an effort, eh?
That rates about - fuck all on the funny/witty/interesting scale.
It was intended as an insult.
So it failed on ever level then.

You can't rate stuff if you can't
Post by porl
understand it, Beav. And tbh you've got enough problems defending your
own posts without trying to stick up for the other losers.
When I feel the need to "defend my posts", particularly to a twat like you,
I'll let you know.
--
Beav

VN 750
Zed 1000
OMF# 19
porl
2006-09-30 22:22:00 UTC
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Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by Whinging Courier
I mean, it don't take no rocket scientist but it's plain for all with
more than 3 brain cells to see, innit!
Yeah, shove it up his arse. It's the closest to England he's gonna get
for at least three months!
Leave it. Let him fester in his wallow of shit.
This is an English -speaking newsgroup. Make an effort, eh?
That rates about - fuck all on the funny/witty/interesting scale.
It was intended as an insult.
So it failed on ever level then.
You can't rate stuff if you can't
Post by porl
understand it, Beav. And tbh you've got enough problems defending your
own posts without trying to stick up for the other losers.
When I feel the need to "defend my posts", particularly to a twat like you,
I'll let you know.
It's not your choice.
Paul Carmichael
2006-09-30 20:16:16 UTC
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Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by Whinging Courier
I mean, it don't take no rocket scientist but it's plain for all with
more than 3 brain cells to see, innit!
Yeah, shove it up his arse. It's the closest to England he's gonna get
for at least three months!
Leave it. Let him fester in his wallow of shit.
This is an English -speaking newsgroup. Make an effort, eh?
That rates about - fuck all on the funny/witty/interesting scale.
Look - *everything* that porl says is funny, ok?

Whereas you're about as entertaining as me.
--
Paul.
CBR1100XX SuperBlackbird
BOTAFOT #4
BOTAFOF #30
MRO #24
OMF #15
UKRMMA #30
Buy this house: http://personales.ya.com/wibbleypants/main.htm
This will be ready soon:
http://personales.ya.com/wibbleypants/bb_in_andalucia_spain.htm
Beav
2006-09-30 21:50:48 UTC
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Post by Paul Carmichael
Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by Whinging Courier
I mean, it don't take no rocket scientist but it's plain for all with
more than 3 brain cells to see, innit!
Yeah, shove it up his arse. It's the closest to England he's gonna get
for at least three months!
Leave it. Let him fester in his wallow of shit.
This is an English -speaking newsgroup. Make an effort, eh?
That rates about - fuck all on the funny/witty/interesting scale.
Look - *everything* that porl says is funny, ok?
Whereas you're about as entertaining as me.
I can live with that.
--
Beav

VN 750
Zed 1000
OMF# 19
Beav
2006-09-30 11:01:28 UTC
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Post by Whinging Courier
Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by Beav
Post by porl
1] Life is not a film, there is no kickass soundtrack, you are not a
poor misunderstood rebel. Exercise more self-control until normality is
resumed. Deal with your emotional problems to achieve normality, just
like everyone else has to. You know, like an adult is supposed to.
Being adult doesn't mean you have to slow down or walk carefully for
fear
of
getting hurt.
Along with your desire to emulate WC by absorbing every catchphrase,
Like which ones for instance? And why would I want to emulate anyone? You
have a VERY strange outlook you do.
Look, just 'cos it's a regular, don't mean it ain't a troll, Bro.
A shit's regular, and more entertaining.
Post by Whinging Courier
Post by Beav
Post by porl
meme and "tough boy" personality trait in ukrm you also seem to be
losing (if you ever had it) the capacity to understand fairly basic
English. I didn't say dealing with emotional problems involved slowing
down or wakling carefully. It really couldn't be more clear. So you're
being an idiot. Again.
Thank fuck for that then. I was concerned things were changing.
It's the Blaney syndrome, innit.
I mean, it don't take no rocket scientist but it's plain for all with
more than 3 brain cells to see, innit!
Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by Beav
Post by porl
Get back at it by going fucking mental!
Whoops, to fucking late, that happened donkeys years ago.
ie, "I'm crazy, me"- yawn me a river.
Anywhere in particular you want this river?
Yeah, shove it up his arse. It's the closest to England he's gonna get
for at least three months!
He could move in next door to me and he'd still be a cunt.
--
Beav

VN 750
Zed 1000
OMF# 19
porl
2006-09-30 11:07:39 UTC
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Post by Beav
A shit's regular, and more entertaining.
At your age it's probably a veritable night out at the Palladium.
Post by Beav
He could move in next door to me and he'd still be a cunt.
Sorry to hear that, "Bro". But I'm not trolling, I genuinely find you
both astonishingly stupid.
Bear
2006-09-30 15:54:53 UTC
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On 30 Sep 2006 04:07:39 -0700, porl said ...
Post by porl
Post by Beav
A shit's regular, and more entertaining.
At your age it's probably a veritable night out at the Palladium.
Post by Beav
He could move in next door to me and he'd still be a cunt.
Sorry to hear that, "Bro". But I'm not trolling, I genuinely find you
both astonishingly stupid.
Brain-dead, would be more like it. At least, in Beav's case.

So ... killfile and move on. Why are you wasting your time? It's like
Kasparov betting his house on a game of tiddlywinks against a dribbling
retard. It does you no good, because he hasn't got the intellectual
capacity to be able to argue with you, and it does him no good because
...

... actually, I think he might be learning the odd 2 syllable word as a
result, which means that, technically, it's education. So ignore what I
said, above, and continue. You're doing a noble thing.

<waves small flag, weakly>
--
Bear
steve auvache
2006-09-30 16:37:12 UTC
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Post by Bear
On 30 Sep 2006 04:07:39 -0700, porl said ...
Post by porl
Post by Beav
A shit's regular, and more entertaining.
At your age it's probably a veritable night out at the Palladium.
Post by Beav
He could move in next door to me and he'd still be a cunt.
Sorry to hear that, "Bro". But I'm not trolling, I genuinely find you
both astonishingly stupid.
Brain-dead, would be more like it. At least, in Beav's case.
So ... killfile and move on. Why are you wasting your time?
A question I would rather like an answer to as it goes. If ukrm is as
full of wankers as your killfile suggests why don't you fuck off
elsewhere, start a new newsgroup, perhaps ukrm.lite?
--
steve auvache
i rate dates
Beav
2006-09-30 19:04:41 UTC
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Post by Bear
On 30 Sep 2006 04:07:39 -0700, porl said ...
Nothing that you, you thick twat, posted, but as I'm in your kill file, I
fail to see how or why you're responding. You just can't help being a cunt,
can you?
Post by Bear
Post by porl
Post by Beav
A shit's regular, and more entertaining.
At your age it's probably a veritable night out at the Palladium.
Post by Beav
He could move in next door to me and he'd still be a cunt.
Sorry to hear that, "Bro". But I'm not trolling, I genuinely find you
both astonishingly stupid.
Brain-dead, would be more like it. At least, in Beav's case.
Listen to you. The man with no bike, a shite old shed and a big fat gut.
Your intelligence must be really encouraging for your clients. Oh... belay
that, you're either just about to lose your job, or you've already lost it.
Isn't that tragic? Intelligence, the new tool for cunts.
Post by Bear
So ... killfile and move on. Why are you wasting your time? It's like
Kasparov betting his house on a game of tiddlywinks against a dribbling
retard.
Are you a fucking yank, or just an out of work wannabee yank who can't
afford a bike, so you have to pontificate on here to give yourself some self
confidence?. Typical of losers.

It does you no good, because he hasn't got the intellectual
Post by Bear
capacity to be able to argue with you,
Whereas you, on the other hand, are an intellectual giant? A fat cunt would
be a more appropriate description.

and it does him no good because
Post by Bear
...
... actually, I think he might be learning the odd 2 syllable word as a
result, which means that, technically, it's education.
So you read your kill file members notes eh? Very interesting. (not)

So ignore what I
Post by Bear
said,
And like to give orders. Bear..... suck my dick.
--
Beav

VN 750
Zed 1000
OMF# 19
porl
2006-09-30 22:40:47 UTC
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Post by Bear
On 30 Sep 2006 04:07:39 -0700, porl said ...
Post by porl
Post by Beav
A shit's regular, and more entertaining.
At your age it's probably a veritable night out at the Palladium.
Post by Beav
He could move in next door to me and he'd still be a cunt.
Sorry to hear that, "Bro". But I'm not trolling, I genuinely find you
both astonishingly stupid.
Brain-dead, would be more like it. At least, in Beav's case.
So ... killfile and move on. Why are you wasting your time? It's like
Kasparov betting his house on a game of tiddlywinks against a dribbling
retard. It does you no good, because he hasn't got the intellectual
capacity to be able to argue with you, and it does him no good because
...
... actually, I think he might be learning the odd 2 syllable word as a
result, which means that, technically, it's education. So ignore what I
said, above, and continue. You're doing a noble thing.
Well apart from not being able to upgrade Firefox at work and thus
being able to use the ignore thingy, there's the fact that although
newbies get their heads bitten off for the slightest transgression; the
entire yank population get constantly ridiculed for being idiotic; all
cage drivers are morons, etc, there is a suspicious leniency in ukrm
itself.
The dual standard is so suffocating at times that if I'm the only one
who is petty enough to tell these pointless cocks to make an effort or
stfu then so be it. It's a war that can't be won, but it's one that
should be occasionally fought. Frankly, it's no different from the
cut&paste safety nazi vs shorts and t shirt rider threads that get
trotted out regularly.
Alan
2006-09-30 23:28:01 UTC
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Post by porl
Well apart from not being able to upgrade Firefox at work and thus
being able to use the ignore thingy, there's the fact that although
newbies get their heads bitten off for the slightest transgression; the
entire yank population get constantly ridiculed for being idiotic; all
cage drivers are morons, etc, there is a suspicious leniency in ukrm
itself.
The dual standard is so suffocating at times that if I'm the only one
who is petty enough to tell these pointless cocks to make an effort or
stfu then so be it. It's a war that can't be won, but it's one that
should be occasionally fought. Frankly, it's no different from the
cut&paste safety nazi vs shorts and t shirt rider threads that get
trotted out regularly.
ding fucking ding
--
Alan
ZX9R Green of course
Tiger 955i A pleasant shade of green
Beav
2006-09-30 19:07:24 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by Beav
A shit's regular, and more entertaining.
At your age it's probably a veritable night out at the Palladium.
Maybe I should come and have a night out at your place, or would that be as
boring as I imagine it would?
--
Beav

VN 750
Zed 1000
OMF# 19
porl
2006-09-29 22:55:49 UTC
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Post by Beav
Like which ones for instance? And why would I want to emulate anyone? You
have a VERY strange outlook you do.
Why? I have no idea. A weak character I guess. Desire to be part of a
crowd. Not necessarily restricted to WC's rubbish but the all the
attempted pedantry (even though you're usually wrong), the sig-sep
crap, the "I'm a crazy mental biker" posturing, you know what I'm
talking about. Don't act all surprised.
Beav
2006-09-30 10:47:28 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by Beav
Like which ones for instance? And why would I want to emulate anyone? You
have a VERY strange outlook you do.
Why? I have no idea.
A weak character I guess.

Guesses eh? Very forthright of you to admit you don't actually know.


Desire to be part of a
Post by porl
crowd.
Yeah, that'd be it.

Not necessarily restricted to WC's rubbish but the all the
Post by porl
attempted pedantry (even though you're usually wrong), the sig-sep
crap, the "I'm a crazy mental biker" posturing, you know what I'm
talking about. Don't act all surprised.
So you couldn't find any instances then? I thought so.
--
Beav

VN 750
Zed 1000
OMF# 19
porl
2006-09-30 10:50:49 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by porl
Post by Beav
Like which ones for instance? And why would I want to emulate anyone? You
have a VERY strange outlook you do.
Why? I have no idea.
A weak character I guess.
Guesses eh? Very forthright of you to admit you don't actually know.
No, *you* are.
Beav
2006-09-30 19:08:04 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by porl
Post by porl
Post by Beav
Like which ones for instance? And why would I want to emulate anyone? You
have a VERY strange outlook you do.
Why? I have no idea.
A weak character I guess.
Guesses eh? Very forthright of you to admit you don't actually know.
No, *you* are.
Come on man, you can do better than that.
--
Beav

VN 750
Zed 1000
OMF# 19
d***@burnt.org.uk
2006-09-30 19:58:12 UTC
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Post by Beav
Post by porl
No, *you* are.
Come on man, you can do better than that.
Judging by your responses in this thread he doesn't need to though.
porl
2006-09-30 22:21:04 UTC
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Post by Beav
Post by porl
Post by porl
Post by porl
Post by Beav
Like which ones for instance? And why would I want to emulate anyone? You
have a VERY strange outlook you do.
Why? I have no idea.
A weak character I guess.
Guesses eh? Very forthright of you to admit you don't actually know.
No, *you* are.
Come on man, you can do better than that.
No point. I'm simply implying that the thread has degenerated to such a
childish level that there's nowhere else to go. Hence the ultimate
childish expression "No, you are".
Beav
2006-09-28 14:22:01 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by Beav
Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.
Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
I was only discussing this with the wife yesterday after coming back from a
quick blat. I think it's normal for most bike riders.
What, "almost suicidal risk taking"?
Persackerly.
--
Beav

VN 750
Zed 1000
OMF# 19
Donald
2006-09-28 14:41:23 UTC
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Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.
Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
Quiting smoking is the closest i've come to it before, you want to stop
but also, fuck it.
It is perfectly normal.

If you really must, carefully look about your person. There should be
two dials, one is labeled immortality and the other invincibility.

Normally these are set midrange, however they can be thrown out by
events and clearly this has happened in this case.

Sometimes one of the dials is hard to locate, just set the other one a
couple of notches lower to compensate.
--
Donald
CBR600RR5
Owen
2006-09-28 20:31:48 UTC
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On Thu, 28 Sep 2006 15:41:23 +0100, Donald
Post by Donald
Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.
Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
Quiting smoking is the closest i've come to it before, you want to stop
but also, fuck it.
It is perfectly normal.
If you really must, carefully look about your person. There should be
two dials, one is labeled immortality and the other invincibility.
Normally these are set midrange, however they can be thrown out by
events and clearly this has happened in this case.
Sometimes one of the dials is hard to locate, just set the other one a
couple of notches lower to compensate.
I like that... nice...
--
O

Life... mostly works...
Owen
2006-09-28 20:31:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.
Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
Quiting smoking is the closest i've come to it before, you want to stop
but also, fuck it.
When you realise you're taking stupid risks, pull over somewhere, take
a little stroll and remind yourself that your recently deceased
relation/friend, would really not want you to kill yourself on your
bike... And then remember the last time you saw them really
laughing... Works for me...
--
O

Life... mostly works...
wessie
2006-09-28 20:52:41 UTC
Permalink
Post by Owen
Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.
Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
Quiting smoking is the closest i've come to it before, you want to stop
but also, fuck it.
When you realise you're taking stupid risks, pull over somewhere, take
a little stroll and remind yourself that your recently deceased
relation/friend, would really not want you to kill yourself on your
bike... And then remember the last time you saw them really
laughing... Works for me...
bit of a fucker if you happen to be mourning someone form the same mould as
Paul Carmichael
--
wessie at tesco dot net

BMW R1150GS
Owen
2006-09-29 18:55:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by wessie
Post by Owen
Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.
Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
Quiting smoking is the closest i've come to it before, you want to stop
but also, fuck it.
When you realise you're taking stupid risks, pull over somewhere, take
a little stroll and remind yourself that your recently deceased
relation/friend, would really not want you to kill yourself on your
bike... And then remember the last time you saw them really
laughing... Works for me...
bit of a fucker if you happen to be mourning someone form the same mould as
Paul Carmichael
I've clearly missed something here...
--
O

Life... mostly works...
Champ
2006-09-29 19:05:12 UTC
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Post by Owen
I've clearly missed something here...
This is news?
--
Champ

ZX10R
GPz750turbo
My advice as your attorney is to buy a motorcycle
Owen
2006-09-30 12:12:00 UTC
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Post by Champ
Post by Owen
I've clearly missed something here...
This is news?
Heh pobably not, I just didn't get wessies last comment
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O

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ogden
2006-09-30 12:31:07 UTC
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Post by Owen
Post by Champ
Post by Owen
I've clearly missed something here...
This is news?
Heh pobably not, I just didn't get wessies last comment
Carmichael doesn't do laughing.
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Owen
2006-09-30 14:14:44 UTC
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Post by ogden
Post by Owen
Post by Champ
Post by Owen
I've clearly missed something here...
This is news?
Heh pobably not, I just didn't get wessies last comment
Carmichael doesn't do laughing.
Oh right (*ding*) he's the guy that thinks laughing is loosing
control? I bet he's a barrel of fun at parties...
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O

Life... mostly works...
Ace
2006-09-30 14:35:01 UTC
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Post by Owen
Post by ogden
Carmichael doesn't do laughing.
Oh right (*ding*) he's the guy that thinks laughing is loosing
control? I bet he's a barrel of fun at parties...
He's fine as long as the beer keeps flowing. Actually a quite amusubg
drinking partner, even if he doesn't actually laugh much.
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Bear
2006-09-30 16:02:43 UTC
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On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 16:35:01 +0200, Ace said ...
Post by Ace
Post by Owen
Post by ogden
Carmichael doesn't do laughing.
Oh right (*ding*) he's the guy that thinks laughing is loosing
control? I bet he's a barrel of fun at parties...
He's fine as long as the beer keeps flowing. Actually a quite amusubg
drinking partner, even if he doesn't actually laugh much.
I'm beginning to worry.

I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times. He's anything but miserable, as
you say.

Admittedly it took me 3 attempts at meeting him to realise I'd met him
before [1], but once we were over that hurdle I found him an absolute
sweetie.

Not as much of a sweetie as Paul Corfield, mind, but then who is?

[1] I don't mean to imply he's forgettable, merely that my memory then
was at its absolute worst, due to my brain chemistry being fucked beyond
all measure as a result of alcohol & drug "misuse" [2]
[2] daft term: I mean, you're using it in the way it's supposed to be
used, so how can that be misuse?
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Hog
2006-09-30 16:04:20 UTC
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Post by Bear
Not as much of a sweetie as Paul Corfield, mind, but then who is?
<perk>
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Bear
2006-09-30 16:46:56 UTC
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On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 17:04:20 +0100, Hog said ...
Post by Hog
Post by Bear
Not as much of a sweetie as Paul Corfield, mind, but then who is?
<perk>
Fuck off. You're no where near as much of a sweetie as Corfield.
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Hog
2006-09-30 17:24:46 UTC
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Post by Bear
On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 17:04:20 +0100, Hog said ...
Post by Hog
Post by Bear
Not as much of a sweetie as Paul Corfield, mind, but then who is?
<perk>
Fuck off. You're no where near as much of a sweetie as Corfield.
I wouldn't know, he avoids me
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Bear
2006-09-30 17:25:51 UTC
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On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 18:24:46 +0100, Hog said ...
Post by Hog
Post by Bear
On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 17:04:20 +0100, Hog said ...
Post by Hog
Post by Bear
Not as much of a sweetie as Paul Corfield, mind, but then who is?
<perk>
Fuck off. You're no where near as much of a sweetie as Corfield.
I wouldn't know, he avoids me
See? He's clever too.
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Hog
2006-09-30 17:43:09 UTC
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Post by Bear
On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 18:24:46 +0100, Hog said ...
Post by Hog
Post by Bear
On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 17:04:20 +0100, Hog said ...
Post by Hog
Post by Bear
Not as much of a sweetie as Paul Corfield, mind, but then who is?
<perk>
Fuck off. You're no where near as much of a sweetie as Corfield.
I wouldn't know, he avoids me
See? He's clever too.
Ladedadedah I can't hear you
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Paul Corfield
2006-09-30 18:32:37 UTC
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Post by Hog
Post by Bear
On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 17:04:20 +0100, Hog said ...
Post by Hog
Post by Bear
Not as much of a sweetie as Paul Corfield, mind, but then who is?
<perk>
Fuck off. You're no where near as much of a sweetie as Corfield.
I wouldn't know, he avoids me
I don't know how you've reached that conclusion.
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Andy Bonwick
2006-09-30 16:13:40 UTC
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Post by Bear
On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 16:35:01 +0200, Ace said ...
Post by Ace
Post by Owen
Post by ogden
Carmichael doesn't do laughing.
Oh right (*ding*) he's the guy that thinks laughing is loosing
control? I bet he's a barrel of fun at parties...
He's fine as long as the beer keeps flowing. Actually a quite amusubg
drinking partner, even if he doesn't actually laugh much.
I'm beginning to worry.
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times. He's anything but miserable, as
you say.
I've always found Paul to be entertaining and even though he'll deny
it I'm sure I've seen him laugh. It was probably laughing at someone
rather than at something funny iyswim but we're all guilty of that
crime.
ginge
2006-09-30 16:21:40 UTC
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In article <***@4ax.com>, Andy Bonwick
says...
Post by Andy Bonwick
Post by Bear
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times. He's anything but miserable, as
you say.
I've always found Paul to be entertaining and even though he'll deny
it I'm sure I've seen him laugh. It was probably laughing at someone
rather than at something funny iyswim but we're all guilty of that
crime.
I think I've seen him laugh too. He might not remember though, as I
think he was a bit pissed at the time.
Wicked Uncle Nigel
2006-09-30 16:33:46 UTC
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Using the patented Mavis Beacon "Hunt&Peck" Technique, ginge
Post by ginge
says...
Post by Andy Bonwick
Post by Bear
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times. He's anything but miserable, as
you say.
I've always found Paul to be entertaining and even though he'll deny
it I'm sure I've seen him laugh. It was probably laughing at someone
rather than at something funny iyswim but we're all guilty of that
crime.
I think I've seen him laugh too. He might not remember though, as I
think he was a bit pissed at the time.
I think you're all being very unfair to Paul.

I mean, anyone with a knob that small hasn't got much reason to laugh.
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Hog
2006-09-30 17:25:16 UTC
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Post by Wicked Uncle Nigel
I think you're all being very unfair to Paul.
I mean, anyone with a knob that small hasn't got much reason to laugh.
Is this something you think about a lot?
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Wicked Uncle Nigel
2006-09-30 17:46:35 UTC
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Using the patented Mavis Beacon "Hunt&Peck" Technique, Hog
Post by Hog
Post by Wicked Uncle Nigel
I think you're all being very unfair to Paul.
I mean, anyone with a knob that small hasn't got much reason to laugh.
Is this something you think about a lot?
That fucking photo's what did it. You know how you can't get some images
out of your mind?
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Hog
2006-09-30 17:49:39 UTC
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Post by Wicked Uncle Nigel
Using the patented Mavis Beacon "Hunt&Peck" Technique, Hog
Post by Hog
Post by Wicked Uncle Nigel
I think you're all being very unfair to Paul.
I mean, anyone with a knob that small hasn't got much reason to laugh.
Is this something you think about a lot?
That fucking photo's what did it. You know how you can't get some
images out of your mind?
He was in a cold water pool, poor chap.
WTF he ever posted it is *utterly* beyond me, mind
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Wicked Uncle Nigel
2006-09-30 17:54:47 UTC
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Using the patented Mavis Beacon "Hunt&Peck" Technique, Hog
Post by Hog
Post by Wicked Uncle Nigel
Using the patented Mavis Beacon "Hunt&Peck" Technique, Hog
Post by Hog
Post by Wicked Uncle Nigel
I think you're all being very unfair to Paul.
I mean, anyone with a knob that small hasn't got much reason to laugh.
Is this something you think about a lot?
That fucking photo's what did it. You know how you can't get some
images out of your mind?
He was in a cold water pool, poor chap.
WTF he ever posted it is *utterly* beyond me, mind
For a lau... Oh, no, that can't be it.
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Paul Corfield
2006-09-30 18:31:48 UTC
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Post by Bear
On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 16:35:01 +0200, Ace said ...
Post by Ace
Post by Owen
Post by ogden
Carmichael doesn't do laughing.
Oh right (*ding*) he's the guy that thinks laughing is loosing
control? I bet he's a barrel of fun at parties...
He's fine as long as the beer keeps flowing. Actually a quite amusubg
drinking partner, even if he doesn't actually laugh much.
I'm beginning to worry.
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times. He's anything but miserable, as
you say.
Admittedly it took me 3 attempts at meeting him to realise I'd met him
before [1], but once we were over that hurdle I found him an absolute
sweetie.
Not as much of a sweetie as Paul Corfield, mind, but then who is?
What is this? "Be nice to people with "PC" as their initials" day?
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Beav
2006-09-30 19:10:05 UTC
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Post by Bear
On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 16:35:01 +0200, Ace said ...
Post by Ace
Post by Owen
Post by ogden
Carmichael doesn't do laughing.
Oh right (*ding*) he's the guy that thinks laughing is loosing
control? I bet he's a barrel of fun at parties...
He's fine as long as the beer keeps flowing. Actually a quite amusubg
drinking partner, even if he doesn't actually laugh much.
I'm beginning to worry
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times.
Ask him nicely and he may just give you that kiss you desire.

He's anything but miserable, as
Post by Bear
you say.
Admittedly it took me 3 attempts at meeting him to realise I'd met him
before [1], but once we were over that hurdle I found him an absolute
sweetie.
And cute too?
Post by Bear
Not as much of a sweetie as Paul Corfield, mind, but then who is?
What was it you said at the start of your post? Ah yead..I'm beginning to
worry. Well you have every right to be worried.
Post by Bear
[1] I don't mean to imply he's forgettable, merely that my memory then
was at its absolute worst, due to my brain chemistry being fucked beyond
all measure as a result of alcohol & drug "misuse" [2]
The hard man Bear. Super user, but I'm alright now.
Post by Bear
[2] daft term: I mean, you're using it in the way it's supposed to be
used, so how can that be misuse?
You're dead good you, aren't you?
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Andy Bonwick
2006-09-30 19:30:55 UTC
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On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 19:10:05 GMT, "Beav"
snip>
Post by Beav
Post by Bear
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times.
Ask him nicely and he may just give you that kiss you desire.
You're struggling with this one if you've got to drag the colonial
into it.
Beav
2006-09-30 21:51:37 UTC
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Post by Andy Bonwick
On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 19:10:05 GMT, "Beav"
snip>
Post by Beav
Post by Bear
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times.
Ask him nicely and he may just give you that kiss you desire.
You're struggling with this one if you've got to drag the colonial
into it.
I don't believe it was me who dragged anyone in.
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porl
2006-09-30 22:52:17 UTC
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Post by Bear
On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 16:35:01 +0200, Ace said ...
Post by Ace
Post by Owen
Post by ogden
Carmichael doesn't do laughing.
Oh right (*ding*) he's the guy that thinks laughing is loosing
control? I bet he's a barrel of fun at parties...
He's fine as long as the beer keeps flowing. Actually a quite amusubg
drinking partner, even if he doesn't actually laugh much.
I'm beginning to worry.
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times. He's anything but miserable, as
you say.
That's what I think. In fact, something someone said, (plus some
downtime during a storm a couple of weeks ago), encouraged me to write
a list of people in ukrm, split in 3 columns. Those I liked and
respected, those I liked but didn't respect and those that I respected
but didn't like. Carmers was definitely in the first group.
I was actually surprised at how many were in the groups altogether. Not
even including dead ones.
Champ
2006-09-30 23:08:07 UTC
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Post by porl
Post by Bear
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times. He's anything but miserable, as
you say.
That's what I think. In fact, something someone said, (plus some
downtime during a storm a couple of weeks ago), encouraged me to write
a list of people in ukrm, split in 3 columns. Those I liked and
respected, those I liked but didn't respect and those that I respected
but didn't like.
Logically, there should be a 4th column there.
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DoetNietComputeren
2006-09-30 23:09:27 UTC
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Post by Champ
Post by porl
That's what I think. In fact, something someone said, (plus some
downtime during a storm a couple of weeks ago), encouraged me to write
a list of people in ukrm, split in 3 columns. Those I liked and
respected, those I liked but didn't respect and those that I respected
but didn't like.
Logically, there should be a 4th column there.
Cunts?
Clique?
etc.
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porl
2006-09-30 23:10:40 UTC
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Post by Champ
Post by porl
Post by Bear
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times. He's anything but miserable, as
you say.
That's what I think. In fact, something someone said, (plus some
downtime during a storm a couple of weeks ago), encouraged me to write
a list of people in ukrm, split in 3 columns. Those I liked and
respected, those I liked but didn't respect and those that I respected
but didn't like.
Logically, there should be a 4th column there.
"Everyone Else"?
d***@burnt.org.uk
2006-09-30 23:54:35 UTC
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Post by Champ
Post by porl
Post by Bear
I find Carmichael's company interesting and entertaining, and his wry
smile is something I've seen many times. He's anything but miserable, as
you say.
That's what I think. In fact, something someone said, (plus some
downtime during a storm a couple of weeks ago), encouraged me to write
a list of people in ukrm, split in 3 columns. Those I liked and
respected, those I liked but didn't respect and those that I respected
but didn't like.
Logically, there should be a 4th column there.
Fuck that, there should be a post here.

porl
2006-09-30 22:48:29 UTC
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Post by Owen
Post by ogden
Post by Owen
Post by Champ
Post by Owen
I've clearly missed something here...
This is news?
Heh pobably not, I just didn't get wessies last comment
Carmichael doesn't do laughing.
Oh right (*ding*) he's the guy that thinks laughing is loosing
control? I bet he's a barrel of fun at parties...
Owen you do the dry humour thing as well so you should appreciate his
lack of mirth.
steve auvache
2006-09-29 06:45:52 UTC
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Post by Owen
Post by rob2
For some reason put me into the helmet gloves and bike and I'll risk
anything to make progress recently. Stupid stuff which I won't write as
it looks boastfull and hope that others have experienced this weird
almost suicidal YKWIM risk taking. I had a death in the family
recently but the motorcycle seems to be both a huge release from stress
but also a massive head fuck in risk taking.
Anyone else experienced how long this lasts or if it's even normal.
Quiting smoking is the closest i've come to it before, you want to stop
but also, fuck it.
When you realise you're taking stupid risks,
...knock it down cog and give it some fucking welly.
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