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Kevin Gleeson wrote:
On Mon, 9 Feb 2009 20:00:53 -0800 (PST), PeterLucas
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BT Humble wrote:
Sandgroper wrote:
"George W Frost" wrote in ...
He was still going bloody fast and in my experience , he was still traveling
at least or more than 40 kph , even with the brakes on hard.

Might be around the 20 kph, but notwithstanding, a lot of damage is caused
by low impact collisions.

Nope , he was going faster than that.

Based on my experience of colliding with wildlife in my truck, if the
car was travelling at 60km/h at the time of impact then the kid
wouldn't have been doing much breathing, let alone walking.


A decent bull bar should hopefully make sure of that ;-)

These pedal pushers need to understand that THEY are responsible for
their own safety, if they are too pig headed to do even that then they
deserve what they get. We all get to SHARE the roads!


And share is a big word too. I get ****ed off with car drivers that
whinge about bicycles taking up a car lane. Cycles were on the roads
before cars. Deal with it. Does it really matter that you might get to
your destination 2 minutes later?


In case you have not noticed, CARS by FAR outnumber idiots weaving in
and out around lanes on their bicycles.
Despite this, it is the car drivers that should be getting out of the
way of bikes? I think NOT! Not only as a matter of principle but that
of common sense. I also contend it is a failure in terms of global
warming. THINK about it FFS!

Peter Lucas
Brisbane
Australia

I support the Greens, and I hope you do too:
http://greens.org.au
www.qld.greens.org.au
www.greenpeace.org.au

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PeterLucas wrote:

I support the Greens, and I hope you do too:


Only until the noose is fastened securely.

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Toosmoky wrote:
PeterLucas wrote:

I support the Greens, and I hope you do too:


Only until the noose is fastened securely.


Only if I get to wrap that noose right around your scrawny neck.

Peter Lucas
Brisbane
Australia

I support the Greens, and I hope you do too:
http://greens.org.au
www.qld.greens.org.au
www.greenpeace.org.au


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PeterLucas wrote:

Toosmoky wrote:
PeterLucas wrote:

I support the Greens, and I hope you do too:

Only until the noose is fastened securely.


Only if I get to wrap that noose right around your scrawny neck.


Anytime a skinny, malnourished vegan can best a 115kg 193cm carnivore,
I'll go he.

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On Thu, 26 Feb 2009 03:02:24 +0000, PeterLucas wrote:

Toosmoky wrote in
:

PeterLucas wrote:

Toosmoky wrote:
PeterLucas wrote:

I support the Greens, and I hope you do too:
Only until the noose is fastened securely.

Only if I get to wrap that noose right around your scrawny neck.


Anytime a skinny, malnourished vegan can best a 115kg 193cm carnivore,
I'll go he.



Yeah well..... you certainly described that pathetic little lebo-boi
'hey- zues' to a 'T'. That's probably why it's 'all talk and no action'.

It's that shitscared to post under it's own name, it has to use the name
of it's hero, and idol.... me :-)



I agree. Why don't you do something to stop these trolls Peter?


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Toosmoky wrote:
PeterLucas wrote:

Toosmoky wrote:
PeterLucas wrote:

I support the Greens, and I hope you do too:
Only until the noose is fastened securely.


Only if I get to wrap that noose right around your scrawny neck.


Anytime a skinny, malnourished vegan can best a 115kg 193cm carnivore,


- I'll go he. -

Say what ?

JL
Are you a firey poof Doug ?

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jl wrote:

Toosmoky wrote:


- I'll go he. -


Say what ?


From http://tinyurl.com/bwj6f9

"Go he

Presented by Kel Richards

This one began with a statement by the Treasurer of the Northern
Territory Sid Spindler, who said that if a certain target wasn’t reached
then he’d “go he"...

"Go he" appears NOT to be in the Oxford, Websters, Macquarie -- or even
in the "Macquarie Dictionary of Slang" or June Factor's excellent "Kidspeak"
....This notion of “going he” provoked much discussion on ABC local radio
Darwin – and I was asked to do some research. It turns out that “go he”
is an expression that comes from children’s games. In many games (hide
and seek or piggy-in-the-middle, or chasings) there’s one child who is
“in” or “it” or “he” (depending on where you grew up) – the one who
seeks or chases. When used by adults the expression “I’ll go he” is a
statement of confidence – “I’ll go he” is an offer to do something
unwelcome or unlikely – an offer that can be made because the speaker is
so confident of what they’ve said. But, perhaps because it’s an
expression from a children’s game, “go he” has yet to appear in any
dictionary."

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Toosmoky wrote:
jl wrote:

Toosmoky wrote:


- I'll go he. -


Say what ?


From http://tinyurl.com/bwj6f9

"Go he


"Go he" appears NOT to be in the Oxford, Websters, Macquarie -- or even
in the "Macquarie Dictionary of Slang" or June Factor's excellent
"Kidspeak"


So it's obscure NT slang, well there ya go


JL
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jl wrote:

"Go he" appears NOT to be in the Oxford, Websters, Macquarie -- or
even in the "Macquarie Dictionary of Slang" or June Factor's excellent
"Kidspeak"


So it's obscure NT slang, well there ya go


No, it's Australia wide. I went to school in Victoria as did my Dad, who
used the expression also. Maybe you're just not old enough to be
familiar with it.

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jl wrote:
Toosmoky wrote:
jl wrote:

Toosmoky wrote:


- I'll go he. -


Say what ?


From http://tinyurl.com/bwj6f9

"Go he


"Go he" appears NOT to be in the Oxford, Websters, Macquarie -- or
even in the "Macquarie Dictionary of Slang" or June Factor's excellent
"Kidspeak"


So it's obscure NT slang, well there ya go


JL

It's a not very obscure Victorian expression as well. I've heard it on
and off for fifty years, in the context of childhood games as well as
Doug's expression of confidence. I don't recall ever seeing it written
down, so it took me by surprise for a moment.

Moike


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On Feb 26, 9:20*pm, jl wrote:
Toosmoky wrote:
jl wrote:


Toosmoky wrote:


- *I'll go he. -


Say what ?


*Fromhttp://tinyurl.com/bwj6f9


"Go he
"Go he" appears NOT to be in the Oxford, Websters, Macquarie -- or even
in the "Macquarie Dictionary of Slang" or June Factor's excellent
"Kidspeak"


So it's obscure NT slang, well there ya go


Well , I've never been to NT and I understood it immediately. Would
you believe I learned it as a kid playing hide and seek? It was also
quite common at the school I attended in Wangaratta, Vic.

Theo

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theo wrote:

Well , I've never been to NT and I understood it immediately. Would
you believe I learned it as a kid playing hide and seek? It was also
quite common at the school I attended in Wangaratta, Vic.


We've got to retain all the Australianisms we can. Too many Americanisms
creeping in these days.

Quote from one bloke watching the bushfires; "It's spreading like
wildfire!". Bright boy, that one.

Another thing that annoys me, people saying things like "out of left
field" when they're watching football or cricket.

Now people don't go to the toilet, they go to the "bathroom". Anyone
tries shitting in my bathroom won't be welcome back...

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Toosmoky wrote:
PeterLucas wrote:

Toosmoky wrote:
PeterLucas wrote:

I support the Greens, and I hope you do too:
Only until the noose is fastened securely.


Only if I get to wrap that noose right around your scrawny neck.


Anytime a skinny, malnourished vegan can best a 115kg 193cm carnivore,
I'll go he.


ROTFL! ANY TIME you care to try boyo! You DO know I'm ex-SAS, right?
I can always use another victim-err I mean 'sparing partner'.

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"Thirty seven years ago, a Quarter Master, nearly knocked me over as
he
thrust an L1A1 SLR into my hands and bellowed, "Keep that Rifle in
Tip
Top Order so you can Kill your Countries Enemies with it before they
Kill You. These days, I do not have to visit exotic overseas
countries
as my Countries Enemies are seen wallowing around our seats of
government, they guzzle and cavort at the Public trough so deeply
they
make Caligula and Nero look like Church choir boys."

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PeterLucas wrote:

ROTFL! ANY TIME you care to try boyo! You DO know I'm ex-SAS, right?
I can always use another victim-err I mean 'sparing partner'.


"Get ya hand off it, Daryl..."

Care to try what? *You* want to wrap a noose around *my* neck. You're
welcome to have a go. I'm easy to find.

One thing I find about *real* ex-SAS blokes, they don't go around
boasting that they're ex-SAS.

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