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    No, I still have that copy of Windows 8. It just has issues with activation. That guy sent me a copy of Windows 8, no money given to me. Why would I get a free network adapter? I didn't ask for one.
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    the guy said he sent you the $40 via paypal because he thought there may be issues activating a foreign copy of the software!

    from your thread:

    "Just to clarify things here, I enabled kona to purchase Win 8 by forwarding him the funds via Paypal to download the $40 discounted version from Microsoft... hence his key would be legitimate and there should be no issue with contacting MS support to have it re-activated over the phone.

    The reason I did it this way rather than purchase a copy here in Oz and send it to him was/is because of the regional differences, and that he may have had issues activating a product key that was assigned to a different region. Well that's what the lady at MS told me, so I opted for the 'download a copy in his own region' method to avoid any potential installation/activation hiccups."

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    The only thing I've learned from skimming this thread is:

    Kona is massive, not only in his trolling abilities, but in his girth as well.

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    the guy said he sent you the $40 via paypal because he thought there may be issues activating a foreign copy of the software!
    No I didn't spend the money on anything else. I used the money he gave me and bought a copy of Windows 8. I then got an email from Microsoft with a COA code and a link to download a copy of Windows 8.

    Kona is massive, not only in his trolling abilities, but in his girth as well.
    I'm not a troll, nor do I need to be made fun of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB View Post
    I dont even feel the weight much because traction makes up for it.
    But you don't ride with a box of donuts in your hand either.

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    Hey kona you should sign up for this show. You could be the one that lives of stuff that you get off the forums.

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    One size too big?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    I'm not a troll, nor do I need to be made fun of.
    Then you're an idiot and yes you do.

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    LOL , the more i read Konas posts and threads the more i believe he is a genius and he has made an art form of taking the piss over the years, i mean you couldnt make this **** up, Kona has successfully puled the wool over every bodies eyes and is sitting back laughing at just how stupid people really are.

    I actually dont mind Kona, i think he provides great value and humour to the forum and he seems like a decent bloke/alter ego, congrats Kona, you win the title of the biggest piss taker on MTBR lol, and i seriously respect that lol.
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    I hear ya Tone's, and hope all is well with you, but there's a difference between stupidity and kindness. If there is karma he's gonna get it in the end. It's not just mtbr, he's international, just google "Kona0197 help" and there's pages of sh@t to back up everyone's claims.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    I hear ya Tone's, and hope all is well with you, but there's a difference between stupidity and kindness. If there is karma he's gonna get it in the end. It's not just mtbr, he's international, just google "Kona0197 help" and there's pages of sh@t to back up everyone's claims.
    Bwahahaha buddy, funny stuff i hope your well mate, but this is what i mean, just how silly is he if he is on multiple forums getting all this free stuff?
    Maybe the people giving it to him are the silly ones (no offence to the peeps that have shown great kindness in donating him bikes and parts)
    I really dont know what to think, but as i said one couldnt make this stuff up, its priceless lol, i just dont know what to think.
    No offence intended to you Kona if you are actually legit.
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    Such love around here....

    Kona just ride the damn bike and enjoy it. Work on your health and the ride will get better in time. When you feel tired, keep going and push on.
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    One size too big?

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    I don't know, Tone's... He certainly hasn't pulled any wool over my eyes. I don't understand why people keep feeding the troll but at least it makes for some good threads. I guess as long as you put a smiley or winky face at the end if your posts it makes everything just peachy. <-- see

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    just google "Kona0197 help" and there's pages of sh@t to back up everyone's claims.
    If you would bother to investigate those leads you would see a majority of them are simply asking for help with computer related issues or other problems. Only a few are about getting anything from others. And the reason there is so many is because Wincustomize.com, where I have been a member for over a decade, has forums tied in to 5 other forums. So you are getting multiple leads on the same thread.

    You all should feel ashamed. Picking on me just to make yourselves feel better. Do you not have better things to do?
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    First post, in a really odd thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiretracks View Post
    First post, in a really odd thread.
    Most of Kona's posts are odd. He's a real piece of work.

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    But in a good way, right?
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    Kona, you make me laugh, you make me cry, you make me wonder. You certainly make things interesting around here.

    Just keep riding that bike.
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    A bit too hot for me to ride today. Temps above 70 have a strange effect on me. As for being here, I was thinking about logging out for awhile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    A bit too hot for me to ride today. Temps above 70 have a strange effect on me. As for being here, I was thinking about logging out for awhile.
    Above 70 degrees is too warm for you?

    Perhaps it's time to migrate back North to your Summer home in Alaska?

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    I've never been to Alaska and never lived more than 3 months outside of Oregon. Temps above 70 give me headaches, dizzy spells, and sometime nose bleeds. It has something to do with my inner ear, yet no Doctor has been able to figure it out completely. I'm also very light sensitive, and sunglasses don't always cut it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    I've never been to Alaska and never lived more than 3 months outside of Oregon. Temps above 70 give me headaches, dizzy spells, and sometime nose bleeds. It has something to do with my inner ear, yet no Doctor has been able to figure it out completely. I'm also very light sensitive, and sunglasses don't always cut it.
    Kona, I think you need to go back to Mars. Earth isn't very good for you, it would seem.

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    Rolls eyes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    A bit too hot for me to ride today. Temps above 70 have a strange effect on me. As for being here, I was thinking about logging out for awhile.



    Is it cooler in the mornings? Is it possible to ride in the early morning?

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    Yeah. I usually ride in the mornings. Just had errands to run today. Looking to get out tomorrow morning.
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    Kona I thought you were logging off for awhile.
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    I said I was thinking about it. Did you miss that part? And why does it matter?
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    Kona, I like having you around.

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    Kona, your approach to life is ridiculous. This has to be a big joke because no one with a sane mind would behave like you do. I have read through your posts on other sites aside from MTBR and am quite appalled. Either you are king of all trolls or seriously sick in the head; I'm going with the latter.

    Anyone who goes along with this crap is just trying to get a kick out of the stupidity or brain dead themselves. I've seen suckers sending this guy mountain bike parts and computer parts only for him to b*tch about them. I have zero respect for any of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Shumway View Post
    Kona, your approach to life is ridiculous. This has to be a big joke because no one with a sane mind would behave like you do. I have read through your posts on other sites aside from MTBR and am quite appalled. Either you are king of all trolls or seriously sick in the head.
    This is indeed the $64,000 question. I really feel he is revealing his true nature (and not a troll) but you just never know. Or maybe a combination of both.
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    Kona for some reason I picture you ripping up the trails with this attached to your bike.
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    Gordon Shumway I don't appreciate your comments. I am NOT a troll. I never *****ed about the parts that were given to me, in fact I have them right here, installed on the Specialized. Every one of them is accounted for. So bite me.

    I'm not sick in the head, I just suffer from multiple mental issues that no one here cares about, and that's all I will say about it.

    It is a shame you choose to pick on me for the issues I have instead of trying to find out what's wrong and maybe lend some word of encouragement. True colors indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    Gordon Shumway I don't appreciate your comments. I am NOT a troll. I never *****ed about the parts that were given to me, in fact I have them right here, installed on the Specialized. Every one of them is accounted for. So bite me.

    I'm not sick in the head, I just suffer from multiple mental issues that no one here cares about, and that's all I will say about it.

    It is a shame you choose to pick on me for the issues I have instead of trying to find out what's wrong and maybe lend some word of encouragement. True colors indeed.




    I'll bite. What is wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Shumway View Post
    Anyone who goes along with this crap is just trying to get a kick out of the stupidity or brain dead themselves. I've seen suckers sending this guy mountain bike parts and computer parts only for him to b*tch about them. I have zero respect for any of it.
    Actually, I like Kona's threads, not because I enjoy mocking Kona's escapades, but because I enjoy reading the posts of folks who lose their minds yelling at Kona, which I have done on a couple occasions myself.

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    The only thing wrong right now if the people here on MTBR who choose to pick on me. Getting kinda of sick of it. Even if I say things that warrant being picked on I still don't need to be picked on to the extent most of you go to. It's ridiculous, and it hurts.
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    Kona, i just want you to know i enjoy your antics around here, i admit im not sure if your legit or a genius piss taker, maybe both lol, but i enjoy your input around here mate, and i do care if youve got a few issues, your not alone, everybody has a bit of baggage, you can PM me any time if your not feeling great and want a chat,
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    Thanks Tone's, I really appreciate it.
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    I think the bike fit looks good as well although the idea trending when I got my bike in the early 2000's was more stand-over room than Kona's bike allows (my guesstimate from looking at the photo). I also think that is/was more important in the maneuvering of more technical trail riding. As using the bike currently for exercise and not heavy trail rides, it should not prove to be an issue.

    The bike may be heavy or just feel heavy. Look at the tires as per rolling resistance and get a tire that better fits the needs and riding surfaces if need be.

    It's nice to see both the genuine encouragement and support by many and you're getting out to ride.

    Kona- if your memory is good, you may just find it too easy to recall riding being more easy when you were a few years younger.
    I do.
    I rode pretty often although I was never in top shape. I'm just now wanting to get back to riding and I know all things physical are going to be more of a chore. It's been nearly 10 years since I was more active and I want to ease into it in a healthy way.

    In any case, dwelling on a good memory that reminds you how much easier it felt or thoughts of an overly heavy bike will just wear you down. Shut that off now and concentrate on the scenery, the pleasant air outside and the fact that you can enjoy an inexpensive form of entertainment that pays health dividends. Think of errands you can run on your bike. Meet and talk to people along the way. Think of your time on the bike as recess. A mental vacation from normal stress.
    Look for excuses to ride and get out for an extra trip from time to time when you feel like something at a local coffee house or smoothie shop. Pack a book or magazine and ride to a park to sit in the sun or shade of a tree and peruse your reading material. If you open your mind to other things, there is no longer room for the other crap !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    The only thing wrong right now if the people here on MTBR who choose to pick on me. Getting kinda of sick of it. Even if I say things that warrant being picked on I still don't need to be picked on to the extent most of you go to. It's ridiculous, and it hurts.
    Some folks are picking on you, sure. Other folks just lose their cool because they want you to enjoy your bike and get some exercise. I get the impression there's a lot of folks who want to see you beat diabetes.

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    I think the bike fit looks good as well although the idea trending when I got my bike in the early 2000's was more stand-over room than Kona's bike allows (my guesstimate from looking at the photo). I also think that is/was more important in the maneuvering of more technical trail riding. As using the bike currently for exercise and not heavy trail rides, it should not prove to be an issue.

    The bike may be heavy or just feel heavy. Look at the tires as per rolling resistance and get a tire that better fits the needs and riding surfaces if need be.

    It's nice to see both the genuine encouragement and support by many and you're getting out to ride.

    Kona- if your memory is good, you may just find it too easy to recall riding being more easy when you were a few years younger.
    I do.
    I rode pretty often although I was never in top shape. I'm just now wanting to get back to riding and I know all things physical are going to be more of a chore. It's been nearly 10 years since I was more active and I want to ease into it in a healthy way.

    In any case, dwelling on a good memory that reminds you how much easier it felt or thoughts of an overly heavy bike will just wear you down. Shut that off now and concentrate on the scenery, the pleasant air outside and the fact that you can enjoy an inexpensive form of entertainment that pays health dividends. Think of errands you can run on your bike. Meet and talk to people along the way. Think of your time on the bike as recess. A mental vacation from normal stress.
    Look for excuses to ride and get out for an extra trip from time to time when you feel like something at a local coffee house or smoothy shop. Pack a book or magazine and ride to a park to sit in the sun or shade of a tree and peruse your reading material. If you open your mind to other things, there is no longer room for the other crap !!
    First of all, thank you for the kind words, I appreciate it. As for the fit, it rides fine, just pinches me you know where when I straddle the bike. For this reason I think the bike is too big for me, as a 17 inch does not do this, and I have ridden a 17 inch all of my life. The bike is heavy, it has extra gussets everywhere and is built like a tank, with a heavy RockShox fork, and a heavy wheelset. It's fun to ride, and I love getting out, just seems my older rides were much, much lighter. It may all be in my head. Nothing has seemed right lately.

    I get the impression there's a lot of folks who want to see you beat diabetes.
    Count me as one of them. I don't like dealing with needles everyday.
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    No argument on seats and how / where they get our attention ... lol

    If the seat is not an exact of what you had before it could be the seat itself, or if it can be tilted, moved forward or aft, you do have some variables. It still amazes me as to what seemingly unrelated things can have a major impact or effect so it might be worth experimenting.
    As for weight, I'm thinking the ‹ber experienced road biker can feel even slight differences in weight on a light extremely efficient bike.
    As for burly fat tire iron turds, (some mtn bikes) I'm not sure rolling flats and a few moderate inclines will do much in a the way of costing energy just b/c one is a few pounds heavier than another. Definitely going up steeper hills or doing a lot of climbs will take a toll on a bike a few pounds heavier.
    Even if the bike is 6 # heavier (lets say), you are doing yourself a service by getting more exercise for your mile than on the previous bike.
    Why are you out there ... ?
    For the Exercise !!

    I don't belong to a gym but I picture some that go there driving around the lot a few times looking for a good parking spot near the door. Then they go inside and jog around an oval circuit for 45 minutes to exercise... ... after they wasted time trying to save a few precious steps going in the facility.
    Maybe I'm wrong and all vehicles at these places are parked in the back forty leaving all the good spots open.

    It could be the bike feels like a dog because the gearing is different than your other bike was. Something as simple as that makes the bike feel less efficient and the obvious blame goes to the bike rather than different components. The way you describe the frame does make it sound beefier though.

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    I was talking about the top tube hurting me in that place that hurts when I straddle the bike, like when I am at a stop and off the saddle. The saddle itself is fine, no complaints there. The bike is geared differently, I've always had a 21 or 24 speed bike, I've rarely had a 27 speed bike. It climbs really well, has many gear combos to choose from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    I was talking about the top tube hurting me in that place that hurts when I straddle the bike, like when I am at a stop and off the saddle. The saddle itself is fine, no complaints there. The bike is geared differently, I've always had a 21 or 24 speed bike, I've rarely had a 27 speed bike. It climbs really well, has many gear combos to choose from.
    Okay, gotcha.
    I figured in that sense, it is too big picturing you standing over the tube from your photo, just wasn't thinking about how often or practical of problem it actually would be.

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    One size too big?

    Kona, it looks like you were working the mtbr night shift last night. Did you really say the bike was too heavy because of the gussets or was that just a result of posting on too much caffeine and no sleep?

    What is the specialized bike you talked about above? I thought the recent lot of parts were going to a friend's bike. The way you post was written it sounds like you have two bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    Kona, it looks like you were working the mtbr night shift last night. Did you really say the bike was too heavy because of the gussets or was that just a result of posting on too much caffeine and no sleep?

    What is the specialized bike you talked about above? I thought the recent lot of parts were going to a friend's bike. The way you post was written it sounds like you have two bikes.
    Kona I'm with you on the gusset debate. I once weighed my bike with all the gussets. And then removed all the gussets and weighed it again. The weight penalty for gussets was huge. So when I put the frame back together I left the gussets off. My frame is now as light as a feather but a bit flexy.
    Damn gussets!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    The only thing wrong right now if the people here on MTBR who choose to pick on me. Getting kinda of sick of it. Even if I say things that warrant being picked on I still don't need to be picked on to the extent most of you go to. It's ridiculous, and it hurts.


    Target of opportunity. If you don't present yourself as a target there is no opportunity, you know what I mean? I don't know what the back story is and I'm pretty sure I don't want to know, just stop presenting yourself as a target. Works on forums and in meatspace too. If your bike hurts you when you stand over it, quit standing over it. Their great for pedaling, not so much as a stool.

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    Hey Kona, I couldn't care less about your mental issues or your constant complaints about your bike that you ride on flat trails/paths. This will be the last time I acknowledge your existence because I come to this site for fun, not to be a counselor or donator. You are a leach on society and I have no issues pointing this out after reading you posts on this site along with the other sites you cry on. As far as you other guys who like Kona's ridiculous posts, get a life. Flame suit on. Quite barfing on these forums, Kona. Go ride your bike and shut the f*ck up!

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    Kona makes trolling so much easier - hence the fanatical following he gets. Then he always manages to attract a few new suckers through his great piss taking capabilitirs. You are a genius Kona!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Shumway View Post
    As far as you other guys who like Kona's ridiculous posts, get a life. Flame suit on.
    Sorry, my life only matters when people who think they have a life lose their mind ranting at fictional personas on the interwebs.

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