Couldn't be arsed with this once excellent group due to all the
politics. Thought I'd give it another try.
Waste of my time. Still full of Bremainer wingers, complaining that it
"wasn't fair" and "we are doomed".
On Tuesday, 10 July 2018 19:04:52 UTC+1, TMH wrote:
But you've missed the fascinating latest exploits of Adam's apprentices, Jo
hn's fantastic bathroom project, how to rejuvenate a vacuum fluorescent dis
play, and an answer to your 2010 question about "we treat you like a swede,
not a turnip" (which could have been about Brexit, but wasn't).
Perhaps it's not what it was, but I think it's still worth the money.
On Tue, 10 Jul 2018 19:42:10 +0000, Bob Eager wrote:
Same here. Too many retards with no respect for democracy posting their
brainless old shit. Like it's going to make the slightest bit of
difference! We're leaving and will be out - hopefully with no deal and on
basic WTO terms - early next year. Can't come too soon AFAIC.
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I find it helps to ignore a thread once Brexit is mentioned.
But it would improve the neighbourhood if you could eg bring us up to
date on what the money rich/time poor of the Medway towns are keeping
you busy with these days. It's arguably on-topic: your past posts
motivated me to teach my grandnephew how to fix a wireless doorbell. I
feared your patch might stretch to Maidstone and the shame would have
been too much to bear :)
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Not that I like them much, but as you have form for posting lots of OT
garbage , trolling and baiting cyclists on the cycling groups purely to be
disruptive then you are hardly blame free in the descent of newsnet from
being useful to people who share interests to the sorry state it is now
ruined by trolls like you who think it is ok to act stupidly for their own
amusement except on the newsgroups that they themselves want to read
You are a hypocrite in moaning about this group being wrecked when you have
done the same to others.
Well indeed they deserve it, but TMH's annoyance at them is in reaction
to wider odd behaviour exhibited by such folk (not, IOW, limited to
The question about the cyclists is, why, having bought a bike, do they
suddenly feel a need to get the lycra kit, join a club, start obsessing
about personal time trials, and the whole ball of wax. The times I've
owned a bike it was nice to get out for a bit of sight-seeing with a
mate. A pleasant way to exercise.
More recently I went along from time to time to the village table
tennis club, also for fun and exercise. There's a whole range of skill
level, from some who play in leagues to those who are pleased if they
get the ball over the net. But even there, once I showed up as a bit
better than the average, someone was on at me to join a league because
I'd expressed an interest in playing with some tougher players.
Why this need to organise everything to death, is what I want to know.
"... you must remember that if you're trying to propagate a creed of
poverty, gentleness and tolerance, you need a very rich, powerful,
And then attend the same school of road skills as an Audi driver...
(London, number of cyclists who think rules don't apply to them is a joke).
Me - I hop on a Boris Bike, tuck my trousers in my socks and off I go...
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