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wow, you guys were busy while i was gone(6 posts)
|wow, you guys were busy while i was gone||JS Haiku Shop|
Dec 1, 2003 7:58 AM
|Big thanks to Len, Ben, Dave, and TN.
My apologies to the RBR community for the mudslinging.
Anyone interested in the result can view the good trader/bad trader post at the link below, where I have already included the appropriate response.
oldbutslow "Good deal gone bad." 11/25/03 3:31pm
|welcome back, scumbag....||funknuggets|
Dec 1, 2003 8:17 AM
See what happens when you leave. Yah, the boys had your back, but it WAS fun watching the bickering on what otherwise was a slow week on RbR!!! Don't worry, your virtue is safe with us!!!
That is the funny thing with the internet and purchasing without getting to inspect merchandise. Didn't he read your posts and realize you were busy with the crossies?
Bah, seems like a general misunderstanding and sorry you (both) were involved. I would estimate that 1 out of every 10 transactions I have been involved with have had something go wrong. Regardless, Id still do business with ya JS!!!
How 'bout a Thanksgiving haiku for the masses.
|yeah, welcome back you diaper buffing biker||bigrider|
Dec 1, 2003 8:28 AM
|Hope everything got settled but I must admit it did add a little spice to the week. Ha Ha
Remember, Rust never sleeps and neither does the RBR Board.
|yeah, welcome back you diaper huffing biker||bicyclerepairman|
Dec 1, 2003 12:44 PM
|hope you guys didn't wait on me at Vogel state park/ N. GA mtns||tarwheel|
Dec 1, 2003 8:45 AM
|Saturday morning it was 18 degrees when I checked the thermometer at 8 a.m., with the wind howling, up in Clayton, GA. It had snowed lightly during the night. By 10 a.m., the temperature was still only 22 degrees. I don't have gear for those temperatures, and it was probably much colder and windier at higher elevations. So I quickly decided to drink some more coffee rather than drive over to Vogel to meet ya'll for the Georgia mountains ride. |
I'm assuming you didn't ride the Brasstown loop either. If you did, you are bigger men than me. We decided to head home early for North Carolina, and drove through 6" of snow in spots in the mountains south of Asheville.
|i'll post a quick report in another thread nm||JS Haiku Shop|
Dec 1, 2003 8:51 AM