Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2001 20:57:28 GMT
From: Nutmegger<Menopsamcretroad.com>
Subject: Re: Saab 9.5 Bike Rack


danny says... >> >All of a sudden now I think you are female, whereas up until now I assumed I >> >was talking to a male of the species? Which is it :) >> >> I am female. > >great - I wasn't being sexist, Good. >but from your writing style (bikes and all that) I made assumptions ;) Hehe, found me out huh? > >> >> >> >Funny thing, usenet/Internet. >> >> Yes, and I suppose in this group I'm better off thought as a male huh? > >Not at all. Ok, if you say so. >According to most statistics, female drivers can teach the average male >driver a thing or two... Maybe how to keep their eyes on the road? ;) I try to share what I know, which isn't much, which is why I'm here. >And I feel sorry for female drivers (in the UK at least), as >they seem to get ogled by male drivers more than they used to, to the extent >that I now see many female drivers with sunglasses on all the time I thought I was the only one who did that, it doesn't work anyway. >and their hand shielding >the window from other (male) motorists...in my opinion anyway. I don't do that, but you just get noticed, especially if you are in a Saab. > >> >> > >> >Alison is an ex-, but still a good friend who tries to keep me straight and >> >tidy! >> >> OH! > >mmmm, I wonder what that meant? Kind of like - thanks for setting me straight. > >> >> > >> >How do I like what now? >> >> Your new kitchen? Did you actually have to sleep any nights with a tarp as your >> kitchen wall? > >Ah, got it. The house is 150 years old, just extended the kitchen into what was >the bathroom, using the original old bricks, No wonder why the brick matched up so good. >had a couple of weeks with a tarpaulin >roof, and enjoyed it. You did?! I suppose it didn't rain much then. > >We are so off topic it's unbelievable. So??? >I'm surprised the usenet police haven't had >a go at us! Oh no, would they yell at me? >Feel free to email off line. (my other regular group - alt.coffee, is >reasonably friendly to threads that wander off - some of our best conversations have >happened that way). That's part of the fun of usenet in my opinion. This is a serious group, I learn some serious info. I'll try my best to stay on topic now. <Sorry everyone> ~J~

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