From: G-S on 10 Apr 2010 18:45
> No wuckers, it is only GS that drinks that stuff.
> Coopers roolz!
I've still got your can of (8 year old now) VB here Johno!
From: G-S on 10 Apr 2010 18:49
>> Marty H <hytram(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 1. I like the sound of my pipes.. that why they are on there, no other
>> That's the only reason to have them.
I like the sound of a big twin with loud pipes, I'm not so fond of
inline 4's but each to their own.
From: G-S on 10 Apr 2010 18:53
>> Isn't that the way that Coopers drinkers spell it ?
> Only when we are pissed.
Is that after 1 can or 2?
I can never remember it always happens so fast...
From: Diogenes on 10 Apr 2010 20:07
On Sat, 10 Apr 2010 07:46:28 +0000 (UTC),
YnRAaHVtYmxldG93bi5vcmc=(a)REGISTERED_USER_usenet.com.au (BT Humble)
>> Now if only you could get Nev to understand what I wrote, he wouldn't
>> need to keep erecting straw men everywhere... ;-)
>Heh heh heh, "Erect Strawman".
Well you wouldn't want a limp one, now would you?
From: D Walford on 10 Apr 2010 23:45
On 11/04/2010 8:37 AM, G-S wrote:
> Jason James wrote:
>> I love
>> the sound of a loud Ford V8, and if I could get away with it, I run
>> open pipes on it (when I had it),..the difference is, people love the
>> sound of a V8 as opposed to a Harley twin POS.
> There are a LOT of people who love the sound of a Harley with loud pipes
> (ok there's a lot who love the sound of a V8 too) and there are a lot of
> people who think Harley twins aren't POS.
> Having said that I've always thought it was rather odd that the police
> would hassle a bike with loud pipes UNLESS it was a Harley who always
> seemed to be left alone.
> If they are applying the noise regs across the board now then I don't
> have a problem with that.
Funny thing is that most of those loud bikes would even be too noisy for
a lot of race tracks like Sandown and Phillip Island which have strict