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Night Posting
Does everyone work at night ? Or slacking @ work?


Posted by Mongoose Night Cop a 41 year old riding a Stinky Deelux from SouthernCalidonia on 01/30/03

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  • Re: Night Posting
    Yes, everyone works at night, and everyone slacks at work.

    Next question.
    Posted by BrahMa riding a Lucky 6 on 01/31/03

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    • Re: Night Posting
      Brahmah, Will you loan me $4500.?
      Posted by Mongoose a 41 year old riding a Stinky Deelux from SouthernCalidonia on 02/01/03

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      • Re: Night Posting
        Hmm, I notice a new tone to your posts. You need money I take it? It's hard to imagine, you being in bike sales, and knowing everything that you know about bikes. You'd think the buyers would be flocking to you!

        If you promise never to ever post here again, I'll consider it. We got a deal?

        You make me very curious Mongoose, what could you possibly home to acheive by telling DirtFlunkie to hand over his paycheck, and asking me for $4,500?

        I know I will never get a straight answer on this one, but I thought I'd try anyways. Maybe if you find a deer (using cheese of course), she may loan you $4,500. I hear that deer are rich!

        Posted by BrahMa riding a Lucky 6 on 02/01/03

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        • Brahmah (long boring post)
          Brah- yes I do need money. And lots of it . I'd like to start
          carrying Kona but they want a first order of 35 bikes to
          start up a dealership. ( Others like D'back, Raleigh
          each require 25 bikes min. a season--not too bad at all
          since we sell alot of D Back BMX's & mtn. The Raleigh
          brand, I worry about because Raleighs dont sell very
          well in this area. Good thing about GT-Goose and
          Schwing is that theyre the same company so I can buy
          a mixture of GT I-Drives, Ruckus's, Schwing cruisers,
          Goose BMX, etc. easily) Konas are expensive and a
          regular Stinko or Dawg will probably cost me $950
          each mix in a few Kahunas at $650 and $500
          Cindercones x 35 and that's a lot of Mula Mula. That's
          why most LBS have a tough time in this economy but
          reading alot of posts here & in the trades, owning an
          ugly Stink myself, and noticing their popularity
          nationwide, I think getting a Kona dealership might be
          a good investment. (On the other hand the local Kona
          dealership 6 miles away from here went belly-up last
          year.) I 'm thinking it out carefully.
          People dont buy Konas everyday and when birthday boy
          drags mom and dad into the shop for a dual
          suspension, most dont plop down $1200-$1500 for a
          bicycle. Thats where the cheaper Goose and D Backs
          comes in. (But they also have expensive ones, like the
          D Back SL Super for $3199. ) The real reason I ride D
          Backs, Gooses, Schwings & Iron Horses is because I
          sell them. I hate salespeople telling you that , "yeah its
          a great bike" and never rode one. Reminds me of this
          Toyota Dealership saleman I once saw coming to work
          in his Mercedes. Anyways I need money.
          Posted by Goose from La Brea on 02/01/03

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          • Re: Brahmah (long boring post)
            Please tell me how many bikes you have sold yourself, not including any that you may have "helped" sell at the shop, but customers that you have brought to the shop and sold a bike to.

            Also, please answer the original question. What did you hope to achieve by telling DirtFlunkie to hand over his paycheck, and by asking me for a loan of $4,500? I do realize that you have not answered one single question that has been asked of you on the board, but I really am trying to work with you here. Try real hard, concentrate, and directly answer that question.

            Think of the Little Train That Could, "i think i can i think i can i think i can".
            Posted by BrahMa riding a Lucky 6 on 02/02/03

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            • Re: Brahmah (long boring post)
              BrahMa how about a little respect by using my real handle while talking about me. Look how I use your handle without chopping it up. See as how you have never met me it might be wise to show some respect. Have you ever heard the lyrics "six foot tall and full of muscle" respect is a good thing.
              Posted by DIRTJUNKIE a 41 year old Die-hard Enthusiast riding a Intense uzzi-sl from Lamesa on 02/05/03

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              • Re: Brahmah (long boring post)
                Full of muscle? You eat a lot of meat?
                Posted by Surly a 27 year old Die-hard Enthusiast riding a '02 Giant AC from Pasadena on 02/05/03

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              • Re: Brahmah (long boring post)
                Sorry, I had heard someone else refer to you with that name, and I guess it kinda stuck. I'll try to remember that for the future.
                Posted by BrahMa riding a Lucky 6 on 02/05/03

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              • Re: Brahmah (long boring post)
                "six foot tall and full of muscle"

                Oh boy, I think Crackie could use someone like you in Bootleg Canyon for his strip tease show for the local boys. Can you dance too PoleJunkie?


                Posted by Men@Work on 02/05/03

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                • Re: Brahmah (long boring post)
                  See now this chopping of my name is on the other side of the fence. Seems this anonymous poster has some gay issues. I can see why he would post without a name. Thats ok I dont pick on tinkerbells, so go back to playing with your Barbie or would that be Ken doll.
                  Posted by DIRTJUNKIE a 41 year old Die-hard Enthusiast riding a Intense uzzi-sl from Lamesa on 02/05/03

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          • Re: Brahmah (long boring post)
            BTW, is this really your bike?



            Are you a midget by chance?

            That would be cool.
            Posted by BrahMa riding a Lucky 6 on 02/03/03

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            • yes
              yeah, one of them. its my chromo jumping bike. I am 5'7"
              so yes I am a midget. BTW--pls use "little people"
              Posted by Goose on 02/03/03

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              • Re: yes
                It all makes perfect sense now Goose Goose. The Napoleon complex is so apparent in you. You are so excused for all your idiotic outbursts and insults toward others here (BrahMa, Dark Helmet and other wonderfull regulars) on the board.
                GLTY dwarf and KIR even faster with 24" wheels.

                Posted by Tenacious D on 02/03/03

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  • Re: Night Posting
    "He was night posting; just posting at night....with the 15-year old daughter of the Dean."

    Posted by OPP riding a Giant Bullit on 01/31/03

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  • Re: Night Posting
    Yes obviously most of the people works at night if there is a heavy work, to cover it up. And i too do late night works with my assignment writing services blogs. And most of the time i tend to do in night time's.
    Posted by Patricktinker on 12/20/16

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  • Re: Night Posting
    I had worked with a call center for more than 8 years and was on night shift for a good part of this time period. When we work in night shifts, it affects our heath and sleep structure. Even though we get used to such shifts when time passes, it best soccer programs Long Island causes many health issues.
    Posted by Stevelarsc on 06/22/17

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