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FZS600 Fazer / Re: New toy
« on: Today at 06:54:53 PM »
Hello mate.
You need to start by adjusting your profile so we can see at a glance which year of bike you have for future reference, as there’s 3 generations of these bikes with a few differences.


I see your bike is a 2003 model so as these huggers are brand new then i can’t imagine why you’d have a problem with it to be honest.

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: Today at 11:43:54 AM »
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Strange how many people on this forum who don't read the Daily Mail seem to know what is written in it [/quote]
 That's because it's usually quoted by intelligent papers. Usually under the headline 'Daily Mail upset about everything'.  And don't get me started on the Daily Express..... Mind you, both are very handy when torn up for toilet duty.


Can't remember the last time i bought an actual newspaper, i never really saw the point after learning years ago that you could buy the next days paper at Charing Cross Station from about 9pm the night before, whereas obviously now when reading online everything is up to date as quickly as possible.
Even now i get people at work on their lunch break telling me stories that they're reading in their papers which i read 30hrs ago the morning before.


As for the Daily Mail itself, it's just a source of daily info, and a lot of it. I couldn't give a monkeys about what their political stance is as that's not what i'm about. In fact i find the comments sections more interesting as there are so many different views, a bit like on here, but with even more world wide opinions which can make some funny reading.


Yep there's no point in buying papers anymore, you can pick up a free paper at most rail and bus stations - Metro, evening standard etc. They're free albeit they're full of adverts obviously.
The Sunday papers are more like a collection of lifestyle magazines than actual news sheets- sport, fashion, tech, motoring, interior design, celebrity etc.


I'll admit to a sly look at the DM on occasions, I don't agree with their politics, but they know how to incite the middle classes- property prices and immigration for example. it's an absolute right wing rag but it's entertaining none the less.

It's exactly that, just a free bit of entertainment you can quickly browse through and discard the majority of it although there'll always be something that grabs your attention. That'll do for me.
I glance other media websites as well, and read some stories that are so fabricated and full of shit that I really don't understand how these "reporters" keep their jobs?
Even with spellchecker half of them can't write a sentence without several spelling errors (still baffles me?) and you get some that must spend all day trawling YouTube for a shocking video, that's probably over 15 years old anyway and has been seen so many times over the years but because the reporters were still at school when it was first released it's a first for them.
In the comments section in the Daily Mail there are some staunch god botherers as it is a mix of the USA and UK news, which can make for some very funny slanging matches.

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General / Re: Today's "What Gets My Goat"
« on: Today at 06:36:53 AM »
Yeah crazy :rolleyes

Up until a couple of years ago I used to go to a lot of airshows and you'd be amazed how many people are lying flat out on their back with their eyes shut snoring as the Vulcan/Lancaster/Harrier does a display overhead! :wall


I remember years ago when a group of fellas all piled out of a coach at our local pub at around 8pm at night after a days trip at the Epsom Derby.
About 8 of them never even saw a horse during the whole day, they just sat near their coach with crates of booze getting absolutely bladdered!

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: Today at 06:32:08 AM »
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Strange how many people on this forum who don't read the Daily Mail seem to know what is written in it [/quote]
 That's because it's usually quoted by intelligent papers. Usually under the headline 'Daily Mail upset about everything'.  And don't get me started on the Daily Express..... Mind you, both are very handy when torn up for toilet duty.


Can't remember the last time i bought an actual newspaper, i never really saw the point after learning years ago that you could buy the next days paper at Charing Cross Station from about 9pm the night before, whereas obviously now when reading online everything is up to date as quickly as possible.
Even now i get people at work on their lunch break telling me stories that they're reading in their papers which i read 30hrs ago the morning before.


As for the Daily Mail itself, it's just a source of daily info, and a lot of it. I couldn't give a monkeys about what their political stance is as that's not what i'm about. In fact i find the comments sections more interesting as there are so many different views, a bit like on here, but with even more world wide opinions which can make some funny reading.

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 21 January 2018, 08:03:07 PM »
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It's just an article in a newspaper for fucks sake. 



Bloody hell. You mean the Mail is a newspaper! I thought it was sh*t read by people with the wrong brain :pokefun



You mean gender fluid people?  :lol

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 21 January 2018, 04:30:36 PM »
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I had to check it wasn't April the first after reading that one darrsi.



It’s April Fools day every day in the Daily Mail.


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The part that actually disturbed me the most was the bit where he claims...



You get disturbed by the contents of the Daily Mail?  Really?


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No he isn't, he's a bloke covered in tattoos that's just yet another attention seeker :rolleyes



There’s big demand for this stuff, such pish in the Daily Mail even gets discussed on some motorcycle forums. :eek :eek



It's just an article in a newspaper for fucks sake.  :rolleyes

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 21 January 2018, 04:26:34 PM »
Right, because the problem is with *that* child's parents and in NO WAY the fault of the parents of the little bastards who will bully and torment them...

As you probably know full well, anything that strays from the 'norm' does incite some form of bullying - just look at what kids go through at school if they have to wear glasses. I am in no way saying it is right but I am just pointing out what's going to happen. That kids life could be hell and all because the parents think it's cool/funky/modern.

Yes, I do know that very well because I wore glasses at school.

But your attitude seems to be "kids are little bastards, deal with it", whereas mine is "teach the kids not to be little bastards".

If kids have to make themselves feel better about themselves by attacking someone else, then the problem is with the parents, not their victim.


Kids are little bastards, it's because they're kids and in the early learning stage.
Most grow out of it, some carry on being a bastard in later life too.
If anything they're worse now than they've ever been, mainly in the big cities.
If you think you can change them......good luck.

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 21 January 2018, 09:08:55 AM »

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 20 January 2018, 11:29:33 AM »
'Gender fluid' or just a total mess? The kid will suffer all kinds of torment at school, through no fault of his own.

Right, because the problem is with *that* child's parents and in NO WAY the fault of the parents of the little bastards who will bully and torment them...


Some things in life are just shit, simple as that.
Going all out to go off the beaten track is asking for trouble if truth be told.
Good luck to him if he grows up to be a decent and possibly stronger adult for all the crap that WILL affect his childhood. There's no ifs or buts about this one, he's got a mountain to climb and it's not gonna be easy or pleasant.
As for the bullies, again, shit happens. We had them when i was a kid, and i'm sure, world wide, they're still dominating the schools as we speak.
It's not an ideal planet we live on for sure, but there are certain things that can be avoided to make the journey in life just that little bit easier, and in this case that responsibility lands firmly on this kids messed up parents. In fact i doubt we can even begin to imagine a fraction of what this poor sod has to go through on a daily basis.

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 20 January 2018, 11:16:21 AM »
Here’s an interesting one brought to my attention the other day that’s in The Bible apparently.
I doubt it’s mentioned too much in church though, probably due to the massive hypocrisy.

Look up LEVITICUS 20:13


See http://commonsenseatheism.com/?p=1914 for more details...



Not quite sure of your point there, i've already explained my views on religion, it's all a load of made up outdated lies and drivel to me.
In fact if they were excerpts from the Bible then that's probably the most i've ever read of it in my life.

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 20 January 2018, 11:07:00 AM »



'Gender fluid' or just a total mess? The kid will suffer all kinds of torment at school, through no fault of his own.


https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/840528/Gender-fluid-family-mum-dad-neutral-Nikki-Louise-Braven-Star-Cloud


There's a clip of a Russell Brand interview in that link where he declares that his child will be raised gender neutral.

That settles it for me. It's all about attention seeking :rolleyes

Mind you I wouldn't dare say that to the mum/dad in the main story. It says he/she used to be a pub bouncer! :eek
Russell Brand is an attention seeking gobshite prick, who's still on a drugs 'come down' 10 years after he "supposedly" quit.
Just hearing a few words of him talking on telly is enough for me to change channels.

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 20 January 2018, 11:01:58 AM »
'Gender fluid' or just a total mess? The kid will suffer all kinds of torment at school, through no fault of his own.

Right, because the problem is with *that* child's parents and in NO WAY the fault of the parents of the little bastards who will bully and torment them...


As you probably know full well, anything that strays from the 'norm' does incite some form of bullying - just look at what kids go through at school if they have to wear glasses. I am in no way saying it is right but I am just pointing out what's going to happen. That kids life could be hell and all because the parents think it's cool/funky/modern.


 :agree

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: New owner
« on: 19 January 2018, 08:24:22 PM »
Air filter?

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 19 January 2018, 09:43:09 AM »

I thought if you were born with a penis you are a man ?
Seems like a new trend for the youngsters to avoid fitting in.
oh well back to the garage then.. hide with the tools and ignore this rubbish


I'm with you Flooky, you can tell/kid yourself just what you want as long as it fits in with your life style and preferences.

Look at any other species, dog, cat, mouse, horse, mule, elephant, spider and list goes on and on, in all these species the male has the penis the female the vagina, I am not aware of any (Choice) gender dysphoria in the animal world. But it's all OK now, because 51% of the population say it's OK, so you can not challenge anyone. I put the word (Choice) above because some live bearing fish can actually be both sexes, guppies being one of them.

Clownfish.
Apparently a school of Clownfish is always led by the female fish at the top of the chain, but when she dies the most dominant male changes sex then takes her place!  :look

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General / Re: Fazer pushed over....gutted!
« on: 19 January 2018, 09:29:42 AM »
What a horrible scenario to be in, especially when you are truly innocent of any blame whatsoever.
Think you're just gonna have to persevere with this one.
Hope it all sorts itself out.....eventually.

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 19 January 2018, 08:56:24 AM »
A few years ago, I think I was gender fluid.....
If I spent too long a time with the opposite gender, all this white fluid used to come out.

And there was me thinking the tone couldn't get any lower  :lol

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 19 January 2018, 06:21:27 AM »



'Gender fluid' or just a total mess? The kid will suffer all kinds of torment at school, through no fault of his own.


https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/840528/Gender-fluid-family-mum-dad-neutral-Nikki-Louise-Braven-Star-Cloud

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 19 January 2018, 02:57:32 AM »
Lots of things are fluid, alcohol is fluid, so is blood, time and money and facts, so why not gender?


Doubt you'll ever hear anyone asking for a pint of Gender down the local tonight.  :lol

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 18 January 2018, 10:57:28 PM »
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Look up LEVITICUS 20:13

 Naw naw naw, that's only if you are jewish.
 
 You see for Christians they are no longer under the law, as God, the all knowing God, creator of everything told man, whoops I got some stuff wrong, sent his son doon there, got him crucified and got man to write a new bit of the bible called The New Testament. 
But yeah the good old book, well there’s plenty of pretty extreme nasty stuff in there.


In full honesty it's all new to me anyway.
Although i was Christened i soon saw through all the bullshit and won't have anything to do with any religion whatsoever.
I don't get it, and i don't want to get it either.

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 18 January 2018, 10:40:59 PM »

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 18 January 2018, 10:14:00 PM »
Here’s an interesting one brought to my attention the other day that’s in The Bible apparently.
I doubt it’s mentioned too much in church though, probably due to the massive hypocrisy.


Look up LEVITICUS 20:13

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General / Re: Gender fluid...!
« on: 18 January 2018, 02:28:20 PM »
Let me guess....was it because they had already outlawed the Witch Finder General about 400 years previously and suddenly realised this law belonged back in medieval times also?.


 :lol


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General / Re: Carb rubber caps
« on: 18 January 2018, 06:28:11 AM »
Yamaha part number 16G-13569-00

https://www.fowlersparts.co.uk/parts/view/16G-13569-00    (number 3, PLUG, BLIND)


I never really noticed until pointed out to me, but if you balance the carbs yourself you'll know like i do that these caps can be a nuisance to remove, so after a few times will start to weaken and perish due to the cold weather and hot engine temperature changes all the time.
If they leak any air at all it can cause all sorts of problems.

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General / Re: Carb rubber caps
« on: 17 January 2018, 08:52:03 PM »
If anyone needs to replace theirs, Fowlers were the cheapest, and by far the quickest delivery time.
Around £12 delivered for 4.

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