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  • #31
    Re: New here, new to the sport

    On Thu, 15 May 2003 19:22:35 +0100, "Danny Colyer"
    <danny@jugglersafety.net> wrote:

    >Coincidentally, 3.6 is the number of metric feet in the diameter of a
    >Coker wheel.

    Metric feet? Since when is a Coker into poetry?

    Klaas Bil - Newsgroup Addict
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    • #32
      Originally posted by phil
      quote:
      --------------------------------------------------------------
      Originally posted by GILD
      it's at the bottom of the page and is the best way to keep up with the jargon and still look kewl
      --------------------------------------------------------------

      Of course the really kewl people know that the search button is at the top of the page...

      Phil
      I found search at both the top and the bottom of the page but I do not consider myself to be kewl. It is labeled search up the top right and forum jump down the bottom left. Forum jump lets you choose any place on the forum including search. I too looked at the gallery and posted a pic. It was there when I looked, and after I posted one too. It is a mystery as to where they have gone now. It is interesting to be able to put faces to the names on the forum.
      Last edited by Rowan; 2003-05-15, 10:13 PM.

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      • #33
        Krissy Runs Into School, Singing and Yodeling
        "People are so very different...." - Too-Ticky

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        • #34
          Originally posted by jagur
          where did all those cool pics go!?? is the faces gallery no more?
          As you've indicated, the faces gallery seems to be lost. I'll email Gilby.

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          • #35
            Re: New here, new to the sport

            Danny Colyer wrote:
            > K.r.i.s.s.y wrote:
            >> Actually my name isn't an acronym I just liked the way it looked
            >> with the periods in between the letters. I suppose I could make it
            >> into one though..

            >
            > Well, http://www.brunching.com/cyborger.html comes up with "Kinetic
            > Robotic Individual Skilled in Sabotage and Yardwork"


            What a cool page!

            Synthetic construct optimized for Terran troubleshooting.

            --
            Do not do to others what angers you if done to you by others.
            --Synthetic Obedient Construct Responsible for Accurate Troubleshooting and
            Efficient Sabotage


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            • #36
              Re: New here, new to the sport


              "K.r.i.s.s.y" <K.r.i.s.s.y.ng4fn@timelimit.unicyclist.com> wrote in message
              news:K.r.i.s.s.y.ng4fn@timelimit.unicyclist.com...
              >
              > Hello Everyone!
              >
              > Allow me to introduce myself, I am Krissy! *Laughs* as if you couldn't
              > tell...
              >
              > Anyways, I just started unicycling and I love it. I am not very good
              > yet, actually I am still in the very primary stages of learning. I would
              > really love it if you could leave some suggestions on how to improve my
              > skills, I would be ever grateful!
              >
              > Thanks for reading, and I look forward to hanging out on these forums as
              > I become a better unicyclist!
              >
              > Krissy
              >


              Krissy

              Scroll down to the thread, 'Hit the brick wall and getting disheartened.'
              Loads of valuable advice there.

              John
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              > --
              > K.r.i.s.s.y
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              > View this thread: http://www.unicyclist.com/thread/25162
              >



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              • #37
                Re: Re: New here, new to the sport

                Originally posted by Danny Colyer

                Well, http://www.brunching.com/cyborger.html comes up with "Kinetic
                Robotic Individual Skilled in Sabotage and Yardwork"
                i got D.A.V.E.: Device Assembled for Violence and Exploration
                or, more relevant to this forum,
                G.I.L.D.: General Individual Limited to Destruction




                very kewl site
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                Dave

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                • #38
                  WOW! what a cool site

                  I got

                  S.A.M.D.O.B.B.I.E.: Synthetic Artificial Machine Designed for Observation/Biomechanical Being Intended for Exploration
                  "People are so very different...." - Too-Ticky

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                  • #39
                    Positronic Hazardous Infiltration Lifeform...

                    Phil
                    "Cattle Prods solve most of life's little problems."

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                    • #40
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                      • #41
                        Re: New here, new to the sport

                        Klaas Bil wondered:
                        > Since when is a Coker into poetry?


                        According to a quick Google search, since about 1 May 2002, when this
                        was posted by Rhysling:
                        There once was a cyclist from Natucket,
                        who kept all his parts in a bucket
                        His need for speed
                        had lead him to bleed
                        And his Coker?
                        he might as well chuck it.

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                        • #42
                          Re: New here, new to the sport

                          On Fri, 16 May 2003 19:58:33 +0100, "Danny Colyer"
                          <danny@jugglersafety.net> wrote:

                          >Klaas Bil wondered:
                          >> Since when is a Coker into poetry?

                          >
                          >According to a quick Google search, since about 1 May 2002


                          LOL!

                          Klaas Bil - Newsgroup Addict
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                          • #43
                            David John Mason. I use that for my full name. It was taken off from an Australian Entertainer who is now my Neighbour name John Paul Young. So that's how my name is now stuck for good.
                            That's why DJM is short for it. Same thing to John Paul Young.
                            JPY. John Paul Young and the Allstar Band.
                            Yesterday's Hero, Love is in the Air, I Hate the Music.

                            David.
                            David Mason

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                            • #44
                              Is ?
                              http://www.unicyclist.com/gallery/al...y_eye_ball.gif am the http://www.unicyclist.com/gallery/al...lbun00/aac.gif in the Ointment.

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                              • #45




                                Phil
                                "Cattle Prods solve most of life's little problems."

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