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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi_GR_Biker View Post
    None in the Wobblies of course! Poloto Nau, Timani Kepu, Digby Ioane all good Anglo Saxon Aussie names.
    LOL, We are very multi cultural here, its the land of the fair go, those guys are as Aussie as a kangaroo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    What, no University of Miami love?

    Heck NO!!!

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    Recent transplant to the Colorado front range from Oregon. I've lived all over the US, but the Pac NW has been my favorite place so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazukea View Post
    waiiiitt a minute. there's a good part?
    Just a little part.
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    Noone else has taken advantage of this yet so I might as well do the honors. What's it like living in a whales vagina?
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    I'm from the northerrn 'burbs of Denver, CO, USA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    LOL, We are very multi cultural here, its the land of the fair go, those guys are as Aussie as a kangaroo

    LOL fair enough!

    I'm looking forward to the Lions series next year. Once the Wobblies get all their injured frontliners back they should be too strong for the Lions. Deans may be a crap coach but that's offset by Gatland, another overrated Kiwi coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    How are the sheep goin over there? do you like em shaven or wooly?
    Haha yup.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi_GR_Biker View Post
    Oh yeah ... and I'm from Taupo, New Zealand. A small town with a (relatively) big lake and some great Mtb tracks.
    I used to love riding in Taupo, but haven't ridden Craters since they cut all the trees down (uh, about 13 years ago haha). Do the locals still ride there or are there newer better tracks these days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdtrfb24 View Post
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    My good friend is going to be their star TE next year! Then it's off to the NFL.
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    Tasmania, Australia here !

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    Long Island, NY here.

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    My Great -Grandfather on my fathers side emigrated to the US in 1898 from Germany and the second he set foot on US soil, he made it a rule that all of his children would speak English only.

    That posed problems for me in my HS German class.

    My Great Grandmother on my fathers side comes from a very long line of Mennonites that were some of the first "Pennsylvanian Dutch" settlers in Lancaster County. That's where I picked up my fondness for "Ethnic Cooking" and most all of my Holiday foods come from her hand me down recipes.

    My Grandfather on my mothers side emigrated to the US in 1910 from Sweden and married an Underwood, who's line can be traced back to the Mayflower. He later went own to invent the electric car starter, vs the old hand crank but had the patent stolen by his supervisor.

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    Christchurch, new Zealand.
    Prefer my sheep marinated and I don't know anything about rugby or cricket.

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    hmmm

    and your neighbours allow you to stay there, no knowledge of Cricket and Rugby, unheard of

    We'll leave the other subject be.

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    Prefer my sheep marinated and I don't know anything about rugby or cricket.

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    Let's not start stereotypes eh.

    I do like rugby because it involves beer, don't ask me technical terms like knock on etc. I am lucky to live in Canterbury with the crusaders because they win a lot.
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    I was just joking, in response to your "don't know anything about rugby and cricket comment"
    and the 2nd chirp about the sheep,

    not to worry, light hearted banter...

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    Quote Originally Posted by clockd View Post
    Let's not start stereotypes eh.

    I do like rugby because it involves beer, don't ask me technical terms like knock on etc. I am lucky to live in Canterbury with the crusaders because they win a lot.
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    Latvia, Europe

    Don't try to find it on map, it is small, but we have best bmx rider :-)
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    No worries G

    Kiwis/ Aussies/ British all share the same sense of humour. We don't tend to take things that seriously.

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