FS: Getting out of this addiction

FS: Getting out of this addiction

Post by SHELLY MILLE » Mon, 18 Nov 1996 04:00:00


I have
-two rev II's, in excellent condition
-one Psyco, in excellent condition
-one Jordon Air Pro in fair condition
will make smoking deal on all at once, or smoldering individual deals.

peace.

 
 
 

FS: Getting out of this addiction

Post by Dave Cu » Mon, 18 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Quote:
> -two rev II's, in excellent condition
> -one Psyco, in excellent condition
> -one Jordon Air Pro in fair condition

No, no, no... Nobody here's going to help anybody *out* of the kite flying
***ion. Young lady, just take one of those kites outside, right now,
and give it a try. Just a little try...

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Post by yikes.. » Tue, 19 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

>I have
>-two rev II's, in excellent condition
>-one Psyco, in excellent condition
>-one Jordon Air Pro in fair condition
>will make smoking deal on all at once, or smoldering individual deals.
>peace.

DON"T DO IT!!!!!  If you are frightened, pick up the phone and call
your favorite kite store and order a new kite.

It works for me.  =o)

Yikester

 
 
 

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Post by David Gombe » Tue, 19 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Hi Sherryl!

Sorry - i'm not in a position to buy your kites. But if your
posting doesn't work, I wanted to mention that I've had really
good luck with the Kites Classified Ads Web Page.

I can't recall the url right now, but I have a link on my own page.

Good luck.
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Post by Bill Roger » Tue, 19 Nov 1996 04:00:00

 >I have
 >-two rev II's, in excellent condition
 >-one Psyco, in excellent condition
 >-one Jordon Air Pro in fair condition
 >will make smoking deal on all at once, or smoldering individual deals.

 >peace.

I think I need to get out of this ***ion too. It seems like it consumes a lot of my
thinking. I have a hard time concentr....................is that bush moving? I wonder
if I have enough for my BoT? I uh...uh....Sorry gotta go fly.

See ya,
Bill Rogers

 
 
 

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Post by Mike Wo » Wed, 20 Nov 1996 04:00:00

The url is
"http://www.net-link.net/~mawood"

Mike

Kites Classified Ad Page
http://www.net-link.net/~mawood

 
 
 

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Post by Charl » Sat, 23 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

>  >I have
>  >-two rev II's, in excellent condition
>  >-one Psyco, in excellent condition
>  >-one Jordon Air Pro in fair condition
>  >will make smoking deal on all at once, or smoldering individual deals.

>  >peace.

> I think I need to get out of this ***ion too. It seems like it consumes a
> lot of my
> thinking. I have a hard time concentr....................is that bush moving?
> I wonder
> if I have enough for my BoT? I uh...uh....Sorry gotta go fly.

> See ya,
> Bill Rogers

Did you say concentration... I find a gale force wind concentrates the mind
marvellously. My problem is weekends ie " Q:- What is a weekend?   A:- A period
of two days when there's never any ***y wind!!!"

Charlie
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Post by Bob Neitzk » Sat, 23 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Quote:


>  >I have
>  >-two rev II's, in excellent condition
>  >-one Psyco, in excellent condition
>  >-one Jordon Air Pro in fair condition
>  >will make smoking deal on all at once, or smoldering individual deals.

>  >peace.

> I think I need to get out of this ***ion too. It seems like it consumes a lot of my
> thinking. I have a hard time concentr....................is that bush moving? I wonder
> if I have enough for my BoT? I uh...uh....Sorry gotta go fly.

> See ya,
> Bill Rogers

Whoaaa , let us not loose perspective now !

Always remember ...
and ...
Never Forget ...

The guy with the MOST kites, when he dies, WINS ! :-)

It's a geneticly programmed thang.
Don't even try to fight it.

The secret of life is simply  ...

" Buy more and Fly more " ( kites, of course )

Like the Nissan ad(s) say ...

Enjoy the Ride :-)))

Fill you bag with aoxomoxoa

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Post by mmonil8.. » Mon, 25 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Who ever has the Psycho for sale. I'm interested. please email me... here
or call me at 510-372-8685, I'm interested.....

 
 
 

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Post by coreyk.. » Tue, 26 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Excuse me.
I must interject a correction here.
Said:  ...Who dies with the most toys...Wins!

Wrong!  Wrong!  Wrong!
Typical adolecent possesive behavior.
Who dies with the most toys... Is Dead!

Perhaps those that have the most fun have it right.  Playing with toys is
the point.  Not having.
If Having were the point, the rich people would all be happy.  As if that
were true

So:  ... Who plays with the most toys... Wins!

Let's get this straight and not let our childish belief in vanity cause us
to aim for the wrong goals.


 
 
 

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Post by birdofp.. » Wed, 27 Nov 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

>Excuse me.
>I must interject a correction here.
>Said:  ...Who dies with the most toys...Wins!

>Wrong!  Wrong!  Wrong!
>Typical adolecent possesive behavior.
>Who dies with the most toys... Is Dead!

Agreed , at least the dead part ! :-)

Possesive behavior is NOT the exclusive domain of  ***s !

Quote:

>Perhaps those that have the most fun have it right.  Playing with toys is
>the point.  Not having.

shhh ! dont let the "pin guys" hear you ! :-)

Quote:
>If Having were the point, the rich people would all be happy.  As if that
>were true

"Kite Rich" isnt happy ? hmm  - must perform, yet another, reality check !

Quote:

>So:  ... Who plays with the most toys... Wins!

Agreed, yet again , some more, still, even, already ...

But Corey, more kinds of toys for more kinds of conditions is good aint it
?
It means more play time and less down or waiting time.

This isnt sour grapes from the guy who "gets" all the jokes ? is it ?
:-)))
Carefull, one ***retention will loose all those "at-a-boys" :-)

OK OK OK  howz about ...

The guy with the most aoxomoxoa, when he dies, Wins !


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Post by Andrew Beatt » Wed, 27 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

>So:  ... Who plays with the most toys... Wins!

Youre getting warm but you've still got the number of toys in there, which
is irrelevant (it's that "retailer streak" coming through...)

He who has the most *fun* wins.

Andrew

 
 
 

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Post by Bill Roger » Wed, 27 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

> Excuse me.
> I must interject a correction here.
> Said:  ...Who dies with the most toys...Wins!

> Wrong!  Wrong!  Wrong!
> Typical adolecent possesive behavior.
> Who dies with the most toys... Is Dead!

> Perhaps those that have the most fun have it right.  Playing with toys is
> the point.  Not having.
> If Having were the point, the rich people would all be happy.  As if that
> were true

> So:  ... Who plays with the most toys... Wins!

> Let's get this straight and not let our childish belief in vanity cause us
> to aim for the wrong goals.



Ah, but I want to have the most toys to play with! More kites = more fun, right?!?

See ya,
Bill Rogers

 
 
 

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Post by Richard Betti » Wed, 27 Nov 1996 04:00:00


writes:

Quote:
> Perhaps those that have the most fun have it right.  Playing with toys is
> the point.  Not having.
> If Having were the point, the rich people would all be happy.  As if that
> were true

> So:  ... Who plays with the most toys... Wins!

Wrong! Wrong! Wrong!

Who plays *most* with the toys... Wins!

Quote:
> Let's get this straight and not let our childish belief in vanity cause us
> to aim for the wrong goals.

Get out there and get playing!

oxymoron
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Post by Doug Fos » Thu, 28 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Quote:
>... Who plays with the most toys... Wins!

Could be shortened to:

Who plays the most... Wins!