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Back on the bench BUGGER
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Author:  Simon [ Fri 10 Jun, 2011 2:25 pm ]
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Shane-O wrote:
Simon is dreaming if he thinks that's going to happen. Im sure Even scottie at the hospital didn't want to bash him


Dont worry ShaneO I anit dreaming of anything of like what Wes is coming up with...

You will have to take that up with Wes..

as to the Drug induced dreams Endone Dreams can be wired I tell Ya....

Author:  Simon [ Tue 26 Jul, 2011 7:06 pm ]
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Bit of an Update
Went to work Today. second time back since the Op and halfway to work I had to pull up and stop as My Bloody back was hurting...

7 weeks post Op. This is beginning to get old. Could not sit at my desk So I was working standing up or Kneeling.

Still Least I had a decent lunch.

I worked out that %85 to work cover means %65 to everyone else... :cussing :cussing :cussing (I wont go into that too much lets just say its tight at the moment)....

On the upside I work almost every day from Home and manage to get more done here than at work anyway. Bit quiet though.
Re the Physio I can touch my toes again so the Nerve is sorted But cant even look at the Bike for at least a month.

Probably should stay away from the thing for the rest of the year but watching all the vids is getting harder and harder not to come along on an easy ride... Although the Ex pinched the trailer. Deliberate Im thinking..... (wonder If i will ever get it back???)

So Look after your backs People. Once you stuff em they stay that way.

Author:  Markwr400426 [ Tue 26 Jul, 2011 7:53 pm ]
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Good to hear things seem to be getting better (unfortunately slowly).
Mark

Author:  pneumatic [ Tue 26 Jul, 2011 9:39 pm ]
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Maybe you'll want to borrow my DRZ for your comeback ride, you'll appreciate the softer lounge chair ride. The WR jiggle will shit you and your back :D

Author:  Shane-O [ Tue 26 Jul, 2011 9:46 pm ]
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pneumatic wrote:
Maybe you'll want to borrow my DRZ for your comeback ride, you'll appreciate the softer lounge chair ride. The WR jiggle will shit you and your back :D



he'll do his back in if he had to pick it up tho...

Author:  501freak [ Tue 26 Jul, 2011 9:48 pm ]
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Shane-O wrote:
pneumatic wrote:
Maybe you'll want to borrow my DRZ for your comeback ride, you'll appreciate the softer lounge chair ride. The WR jiggle will shit you and your back :D



he'll do his back in if he had to pick it up tho...




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Author:  pneumatic [ Tue 26 Jul, 2011 9:58 pm ]
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nah, he'd leave it there :D

Author:  Simon [ Tue 26 Jul, 2011 10:10 pm ]
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pneumatic wrote:
nah, he'd leave it there :D


I would have to... Been reading up No liftng over 10 KG's for a YEAR F##K

hmm the WRF may rust.

Author:  pneumatic [ Tue 26 Jul, 2011 10:43 pm ]
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Can we put your torso in a plaster cast?

Author:  Steve-berg [ Wed 27 Jul, 2011 5:23 pm ]
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simon looking for bigger bike for vanessa.Here is my choices
:570 berg (i say this because it would scare her so therefore i would have to ride it.DAMN.
:drz400
:klx450
:do you know off any GOOD 2nd hand wrf450's.You know the ones i mean they sit in the shed and look pretty(some people even use spray on mud).

cheers and see u on the 12th.

steve.

Author:  blueoval coupe [ Wed 27 Jul, 2011 7:04 pm ]
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A year...shit Simon. I spose there is always Xbox etc.

Author:  Simon [ Wed 27 Jul, 2011 7:25 pm ]
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Steve-berg wrote:
simon looking for bigger bike for vanessa.Here is my choices
:570 berg (i say this because it would scare her so therefore i would have to ride it.DAMN.
:drz400
:klx450
:do you know off any GOOD 2nd hand wrf450's.You know the ones i mean they sit in the shed and look pretty(some people even use spray on mud).

cheers and see u on the 12th.

steve.

Cheeeky Bugger!!
guess what Flee is bringing on the weekend..... Divorce papers ...Great....

You get a used WRF for Ness and (if your were mad enough to get married) you would get the same...
I take that back. Ness would love it. Then You would get All the baby sitting.. bootyshake The Berg could come up and keep my WRF company as It would get no use!!!

Author:  Shane-O [ Wed 27 Jul, 2011 7:36 pm ]
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dont sounds do excited simon :P you'll be living in barrys garden shed soon :P

Author:  Simon [ Wed 27 Jul, 2011 7:47 pm ]
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You missed the Dripping Sarcasm in the post then...

Author:  Steve-berg [ Wed 27 Jul, 2011 8:08 pm ]
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vanessa and i do things backwards(dirty bartards i know what your thinking) in our house.
1 kids first
2 move in together
3 KILL MOTHER-IN LAW
so we are past the divorce stage now.
4 KILL MOTHER-IN LAW AGAIN

On another note looking at buying zac a new bike.The big lad is 32kgs and 142cm tall at bloody 5yrs old.
Going to try a klx110 this weekend.This obsession zac has with dirt bikes is going to cost me a bloody fortune.I have the oldest bike in the fleet.
I should get reasonably dough for zacs 2010 drz70 though.

I don't know whether to by van a small road bike or a spare rim and tyre for the kawasaki.She rides to work in the summer a couple days a week and it will not do the 250 much good.Or as i said a bigger bush bike.

cheers steve.

p.s did i mention KILL-MOTHER-IN-LAW

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