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HI Si, do you think we should name ourselve somthing easy like the freedom of the top message group from long threads, or a name similar that is easy to remember.I must be going mad, think I should go out for a ride now.
Apologies for the earlier jape. Even I make mistakes occasionally, and I think that may have been one of them.Anne, Dan, Charlie et al, how about agreeing to call it a day after the PT has reached 20,000 posts? That must surely also be some kind of record, at least for an MTB site?
AM, in the PT thread you said 'it's just a forum, it's ok to play silly beggars now and then' or words to that effect.Very true, I say. But some people don't like it - I was hounded off OM, and look at the reaction to last night - so I won't do it again.But to some up what (if I may so bold) CT, Sloboy, Steevo and myself have said - let's just move on. Those who want to post the PT can. Those who don't - well the, don't! We never have a go at the North East Riders thread (very good point, Sloboy), so why should we do that here?
I say keep it going until it reaches it's natural end, which given today's threads probably isn't too far off.As I opined in another thread, it really is a monumental achievement in the realm of slacking.
Hounded off OM? Operation mobilisation (there's a blast from the past)?Outrageous mothers (you're too conservative)?Open Mouths (you almost qualify on that one, but we'll let it pass)?The B isn't even remotely near the O on most keyboards. Wonder how you managed that one?Anyway, signing off now. Night.
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I don't think you can compare the North East Riders thread to PT. It has a purpose, PT doesn't, and they are both in the correct places for them.But we are talking about the affect this thread has within this forum.One *could* complain that C1XV threads dominate the rides forum too much, but no-one has brought that up.