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Andy Davidson  says:

Kawasaki ZX-6R stolen as accident victim lay helpless

While Glenn Hawkins lay injured after a serious accident, his Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R was stolen by a man posing as a good Samaritan according to the Bristol Post. Mr Hawkins was riding through Bristol city centre on 1st August to get his bike serviced. Despite traffic lights being red for pedestrians and green for vehicles, a cyclist crossed the road in...

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supermario

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supermario says:

Wak

If you'd bothered to read my post you'd see that we do agree about thieving scum. The post about testicules was alcohol induced sillyness designed to get a reaction from the type of sad cases that patrol these forums looking for something to get worked up about (bingo!) I mean, did you not think a post that reads "All cyclists should be hanged by their testicles" was slightly suspicious?

Also my original posting to do with the guy on the 675R ALSO said that the thieves were fkn out of order, but it also said that to leave a bike like that on nothing more than a steering lock in London was pure madness. A statement I stand by, and I think most reasonable people would agree with, so make of it what you will. I suggest both you and snev get a life between you and try to live it.

 

Bon voyage  xxx

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snev

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snev says:

There you go again with the insults  "Pissed or Sober " makes no difference to the content of your posts really. How many posts have you contributed ?.... whilst not being one of those..... "sad cases that patrol these forums" ? You have your oppinions just like normal People on here. If you read your own posts like the rest of us do, you may understand why some of us take offence.  As for  "getting a life" ? seriously "matey"....  we don't all live or work in a place where thieving scum are waiting to nick everything we work hard to buy ,if thats the reality of your life then I suggest you move somewhere else. I stand by my previous statement as many others have on this Forum. We should all be able to ride to work and ride home again without resorting to draconian measures. that is a basic rite and a perfectly reasonable statement. You choose to throw insults and vile abuse...... not to mention wild assuptions .... into your Drunken "alcohol" fuelled, hate filled replys.  kind regards Snev.

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billysollocks

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To Hedgehog - I didn't mean to impugn your reputation, I'm sure you're a peaceful type......as for Supermario's comments, well, we're all entitled to our opinion, just as we are fully at liberty to make tits of ourselves on forums such as this. 

By the way, to relieve the angst a little, can I get some opinions on an extract for a book I'm thinking of writing in the Shades of grey style? It starts "After ten minutes of vigorous humping, I withdrew and deposited the contents of my voluminous nutsack, leaving her with a face like a plasterer's radio".

Any suggestions, although it has nowt to do with the subject of the article......

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supermario

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supermario says:

Sorry snev, I'd love to chat

but I'm off round your mums to give her one. But I'll tell her you said hi!

 

=)

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supermario

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supermario says:

Wooooooooooohhhhhhhoooooooo

that was quite a ride for an old girl! I didn't think she had it in her, but she just wouldn't take no for an answer! Dirty dirty dirty

 

=)

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snev

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snev says:

SuperMario...

It seems even the DEAD are fair game in your "mind"........ Would you like to bring my children into this?....

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snev

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snev says:

psychosam

Sorry about the public spat but sometimes you have to stand up to abuse and ignorence.

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supermario

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supermario says:

hmmm

I thought she was a bit dry. And boney.

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supermario

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supermario says:

ha ha ha

You can't really call somebody ignorant if you can't spell it!!

 

aaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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snev

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snev says:

supermario.

would you like any more rope? or another bottle of vodka?

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