Re: [CR]Hello, Good-bye?


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From: "Sterling Peters" <sterlingpeters@hotmail.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR]Hello, Good-bye?
Date: Fri, 06 Jul 2001 12:34:09 -0700


Monkeyman, I want to here about your Capitol Hill ride! Send it along. Sterling


>From: Brandon Ives To: Brian Baylis CC: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
>Subject: Re: [CR]Hello, Good-bye? Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2001 12:22:04 -0500
>(EST)
>
>I've be on the list for about a year so I'm really kind of a newbie, but as
>you all know I'm not shy about posting. Verbose is a term that could even
>be applied. I'm not sure I blame the "PC"ness of the US like Brian, but I
>do agree that I think the list is a little less "fun" than it was a year
>ago. I've actually not posted things because I knew I'd get people annoyed
>and get flamed, I just don't need that. The most recient was during the
>discussion about the best free bike. The story was more about Val Kleitz
>and I riding around drunk on Cap Hill in Seattle. After I finished it, I
>reread it and then threw it away. It was a good story but I don't think
>people would appriciate my irresponsible young punkness as much as I did. I
>really don't have time for people to be pissed off at things I've said. Now
>I'm starting to sound like some of the people who wanted me to stay on
>iBOB. I think it's a fine list and we're all here for specific reasons
>which are differnt from the other members and Dale runs a really tight ship
>which keeps this from becoming another iBOB. If the list doesn't give
>anyone what they need they should look somewhere where you can find what
>you are looking for. I know what Brian's talking about and can understand
>all his frustration and will never ask him to stay for my own selfish
>reasons if the list doesn't give him what he needs in return. To each their
>own. enjoy, Brandon"monkeyman"Ives
>
>"Nobody can do everything, but if everybody did something everything would
>get done." Gil Scott-Heron