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How to vote off IdratherbejamBing
kieranl
12/07/2007
7:31:25 PM
I haven't actually seen much of Idratherbejambing. If someone's being agressively offensive much of the time (except for me!) then the mods should cut them regardless of what people think. Those I find a waste of space I generally just ignore after a time.
Where am I on the thumbs-down list BTW?

nmonteith
14/07/2007
7:08:11 PM
On 12/07/2007 kieranl wrote:
>Where am I on the thumbs-down list BTW?

#20.

...and to the tosser who thinks that creating lots of new usernames so they can vote 4 or 5 times from
the one account... pleaaaase. Get a life. We're not dumb here at Mod HQ.

n00bpwn3r
14/07/2007
7:37:19 PM
On 14/07/2007 nmonteith wrote:
>...and to the tosser who thinks that creating lots of new usernames so
>they can vote 4 or 5 times from
>the one account... pleaaaase. Get a life.

Hay!! Don't talk about my mate Bomber_n00b like that!

MrsM10iswhereitsat.
20/07/2007
3:32:09 PM
On 11/07/2007 M10iswhereitsat. wrote:
>I was actually interested to know who was pissing ppl off the most , cos
>ones mentioned didn't seem THAT rad ...
>
>Me ? Mousey ! u suck !!! Bewdy ... now I get a thumbs down from Mousey
>... Shit ... don't tell me Bourge or Piggy r @ #21 with me now ??

Derek, Derek, Derek. How many times have I told you to please be civil, especially in a public forum.
This is very disappointing behaviour and I expect better of you in future.

From what I have read on this fabulous web-site I think young IdratherbejamBing and you have a lot in common. Kind of alter-egos in a twisted sort of way. (No offence IdratherbejamBing). After lashing out and being rude to me the other day Derek my M10 love, I thought you would have learnt the value of being more considerate, or is what you told me a lie instead of an apology?

Goodness, is that the kettle boiling? Must go now.
Be nice everyone.

IdratherBjamBing
3/08/2007
4:25:04 PM

U look like Bert Newton !!! :D

MrsM10iswhereitsat.
3/08/2007
5:08:52 PM
On 3/08/2007 Young Mr IdratherBjamBing wrote:
> U look like Bert Newton !!! :D

Why thank you sweetie. Knowing what an icon Mr Newton is and your obviously XRspansive knowledge I will take that as a compliment.

Does your XR use sticky rubber? because it is hard to grip the slabs without it I am told. Derek (my M10 love) tells me Ayers Rock would be a much easier ride with that kind of aftermarket trickery.
Maybe it has those self cleaning tread designs, knobs or something like that, (I expect you would know what I mean), you know, the kind that flings the dirt around? If you have those then you may find yourself carving tracks in places till you strike areas with steep rocks?

Anyway I am glad to see you are not offended by being likened to Derek in his younger days, and I am hopeful that like him you will grow out of it with wisdom and maturity on your side.

IdratherBjamBing
3/08/2007
5:11:38 PM
Have u got ' plugs ' like Bert ?? or is that shite comb-over 4 real ???!!!:D

MrsM10iswhereitsat.
3/08/2007
5:27:29 PM
Such a young man of letters you are. Why sweetie I am not sure what you are saying as it all sounds like French to me, but I take it that you ride your XR without a helmet yes?
Do you also climb without one? as I have heard from Derek my M10 love, that it is not good to do so, especially if you are already carrying an injury.

IdratherBjamBing
3/08/2007
5:42:13 PM
On 3/08/2007 MrsM10iswhereitsat. wrote:
>Such a young man of letters you are. Why sweetie I am not sure what you
>are saying as it all sounds like French to me, but I take it that you ride
>your XR without a helmet yes?
>Do you also climb without one? as I have heard from Derek my M10 love,
>that it is not good to do so, especially if you are already carrying an
>injury.


>but I take it ...


Bob Saki wrote :
>I love it when you talk in those tones Mrs M10!

>will I see you at the RSL tonight???


Ur in with a chance , Bob !!! :D

... betta weara conny, cos th ol girl didnt spesify where she ' takes it ' :D;-)






MrsM10iswhereitsat.
3/08/2007
6:06:07 PM
Derek my love just told me not to waste time being confused by french letters with youngsters who can't tell the difference between an XR250 and a super-moto 650. He reckons you should do more than just take your helmet with you on such trips and that like Travis you ought to wear it. He also says that 75000 posts is way more than the cc of a simple XR but doesn't win any prizes, and he ought to know as he was a fan of mikl back in his racing days.
Anyway it has been nice chatting with you sweetie but I really must be going now as my friend says there is some nice tupperware on show at her neighbours tonight and Derek needs a new lunch box to take his sandwiches in when he goes climbing at The Tote soon.

IdratherBjamBing
3/08/2007
6:11:59 PM
On 3/08/2007 MrsM10iswhereitsat. wrote:
>Derek my love just told me not to waste time talking about french letters
>with youngsters who can't tell the difference between an XR and a supermoto.
>He reckons you should do more than just take your helmet with you on such
>trips and that like Travis you ought to wear it.
>Anyway it has been nice chatting with you sweetie but I really must be
>going now as my friend says there is some nice tupperware on show at her
>neighbours tonight and Derek needs a new lunch box to take his sandwiches
>in when he goes climbing at The Tote soon.

>you should do more than just take your helmet with you ...

... yeah, Bob make sure u put that connie on ur helmet when th ol gal lfts her corset round th back alley of th rsl !!! :D



nmonteith
3/08/2007
7:17:43 PM
Take some time off Chocky whilst you calm down IdratherBjamBing....

MrsM10iswhereitsat.
3/08/2007
7:41:52 PM
Derek my M10 love just found a picture of our young IdratherBjamBing on his last ride, from that time IdratherBjamBing took a picture of Tel and Travis which he posted earlier.
It seems his assessment may have been right about the excitable Mr BjamBing (our young fiend) carrying an injury, but I will let the good Chockstone peoples make up their own mind http://www.520exc.de/bilder_gallery/action_21.jpg by checking it out for themselves.

Play safe good peoples by always wearing a helmet.
IdrathrBjamBing
3/08/2007
8:09:05 PM
On 3/08/2007 nmonteith wrote:
>Take some time off Chocky whilst you calm down IdratherBjamBing....

Chill-out Neil !!! :D

Hope this helps...


Shoop Shoop Diddy Wop Cumma Cumma Wang Dang by the New Zealand band Monte Video and the Cassettes was a hit single of 1982 and 1983. The single appeared on the 1983 album "Monte Video" (Mushroom Records) [1]

To celebrate the song 20 years after its release, a cover of the song was done in 2002 by a New Zealand band, Spacial Verb, featuring employees of the then New Zealand radio station, Channel Z.


The lyrics are absurdist and attempt to clarify the meaning of title. For example:

Well the Shoop Shoop stands for the mood you're in
And the Diddy Wop means let the fun begin
It's a feeling gonna set your senses reeling and you can't sit still
Cumma Cumma mean what you thought, That's right
And the Wang Dang gonna get you through the night time
Baby there's a right time if you wanna lose control

The lyrics suggest the song is about a failed attempt at sexual relations.

IdrathrBjamBing
3/08/2007
8:14:36 PM
On 3/08/2007 MrsM10iswhereitsat. wrote:
>Derek my M10 love just found a picture of our young IdratherBjamBing on
>his last ride, from that time IdratherBjamBing took a picture of Tel and
>Travis which he posted earlier.
>It seems his assessment may have been right about the excitable Mr BjamBing
>(our young fiend) carrying an injury, but I will
>let the good Chockstone peoples make up their own mind by http://www.520exc.de/bi
>der_gallery/action_21.jpg checking it out for themselves.


Not me or Travis, ol' saggy t#ts !!! :D

Th mighty XR we ride has GNARLY knobbly tyres on it !!!



IdratherbeclimbingM9
3/08/2007
9:49:35 PM
On 3/08/2007 nmonteith wrote:
>Take some time off Chocky whilst you calm down IdratherBjamBing....

Flies feast on hexjamB !

M10iswhereitsat.
4/08/2007
2:00:30 PM


" SHOOP SHOOP !! DIDDY WOP !! CUMMA CUMMA WANG DANG !!!!!!! "

F#RK !!!!!! I C#NT GET THAT OUTA MY HEAD, NOW !!!

THX BRETT *-(

Nah its not that bad ... its a funky ditty ! ... I remember back in the 80s , when I stayed a few nights at Onsights place, that video/song was all the rage on Count Down , and Molly gave it the thumbs up !! ... must be good :P



MrsM10iswhereitsat.
9/08/2007
4:49:06 PM
Yes, yes, Derek my M10 love is right and we certainly have had fun singing this song while on long trips away to far off climbing destinations.
I think young Mr IdrathrBjamBing is also right when he says
>The lyrics suggest the song is about a failed attempt at sexual relations.
but I can see why that would be the case for him as that would be what happens when your gnarly knobbly tyres wear down and you just can't last the distance anymore. Why I would think that it would be just as bad as getting a flat half way through the race or having your rope pile all in a tangle while trying to rap in to a project at Point Perpendicular. Derek said to me that it is surprising that youngsters these days would even know the tune but I guess all sorts of music gets played when people have consumed too much alcohol, and I should think that Derek and probably Brett and Travis too would know about such things.


Zebedee
9/08/2007
7:33:29 PM

>>...and to the tosser who thinks that creating lots of new usernames so
>>they can vote 4 or 5 times from
>>the one account... pleaaaase. Get a life.
"A Japanese geneticist said today his research team had created the world's first fourth-generation cloned pig, an achievement that could help scientists in medical and other research. "I am not aware of any other cases," said Onishi, a member of the team that produced Japan's first cloned pig."
World first my ass! If only they'd looked on chockstone they could have seen a sixth or seventh generation cloned pig.
hero
9/08/2007
10:35:33 PM
And not a few cloned asses.

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