Cyclists allowed to ride on the footpath

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Postby eliza » Mon Sep 22, 2008 8:11 pm

weird weird weird.
here's my 2 cents.

yes i am all for letting cars drive on the footpath... woohoo!
let's have consistency even if it's utter madness! :lol:
oh, and anyone who has a sense of humour feel free to laugh at this absurd logic.

yes, i have an answer to kwvs problems: how bout stopping and TALKING to all the folks who are pissing you off by breaking your precious rules!
wow that'd be revolutionary wouldn't it? talking to the participants involved!!!

btw my name is not "liz" anymore than your name is wan**er
and yes, you need a lesson in irony, my troll comment was also in that ahh... vein...
newsflash, everyone else is getting the jokes!!!

graeme, btw you look great with your uniform on and your baton out!
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Postby kwv » Mon Sep 22, 2008 8:16 pm

eliza wrote:weird weird weird.
here's my 2 cents.

yes i am all for letting cars drive on the footpath... woohoo!
let's have consistency even if it's utter madness! :lol:
oh, and anyone who has a sense of humour feel free to laugh at this absurd logic.

yes, i have an answer to kwvs problems: how bout stopping and TALKING to all the folks who are pissing you off by breaking your precious rules!
wow that'd be revolutionary wouldn't it? talking to the participants involved!!!

btw my name is not "liz" anymore than your name is wan**er
and yes, you need a lesson in irony, my troll comment was also in that ahh... vein...
newsflash, everyone else is getting the jokes!!!

graeme, btw you look great with your uniform on and your baton out!


Liz oh sorry Eliza if you must know I did in fact ask the cyclists that I saw riding straight off the footpath was not allow and guess what I was told to f**k off.

So are you getting the message yet?

Check facts before replying again, tell the truth as one or two people is not everyone and have more chocolate.

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Postby AUbicycles » Mon Sep 22, 2008 8:16 pm

Ok, this isn't working.
Topic is going to be locked.


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Postby Kalgrm » Mon Sep 22, 2008 8:17 pm

eliza wrote:graeme, btw you look great with your uniform on and your baton out!

:lol: :lol: :lol:
Thanks Eliza - I didn't think flattery was your thing, but I'll take the compliment! :D
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Postby Mulger bill » Tue Sep 23, 2008 12:08 am

Jeez, missed all the fun :roll:

Andrew, yep, unrestricted.

Eliza, I like to use the "dead time" when the lights are red in all directions as a chance to be noticed as the only thing moving. Staggered lights :wink:

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