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  1. #61
    Ext User(jonz) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 9/28/2013 3:55 PM, Clocky wrote:
    > Albm&ctd wrote:
    >> In article <5245b61a$0$2780$c3e8da3$76491128@news.astraweb.co m>,
    >> notgonn@happen.com says...
    >>> Stop being so angry. Sheez.
    >>>

    >> Lately Nod's acting like his computer crashed and took out his porn
    >> collection.
    >>
    >> Al
    >>

    >
    > Worse then that, it's like his willy dropper off.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    If'n he ever had one.


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  2. #62
    Ext User(Xeno Lith) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 3:54 PM, Clocky wrote:
    > Jason James wrote:
    >> Xeno Lith wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >> >>
    >>> Noddy is the premier shit stirrer in this newsgroup. Only need to look
    >>> at the number and content of his posts to see that!

    >>
    >>
    >> One thing he is good at, is mechanics of many types of vehicle
    >> including Dragsters at speed pulling an unrequested RH turn..
    >>

    >
    > Not even. His drag engines blow up.
    >
    > All he is good at is bullshitting and pilfering Google pages.
    >
    > He's not even a mechanic, just a lowly engine re-ringer and an
    > incompetent one at that.
    >
    >

    No wonder he knows bugger all about steering and suspensions then! ;-)

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    Xeno

  3. #63
    Ext User(Xeno Lith) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 3:55 PM, Clocky wrote:
    > Albm&ctd wrote:
    >> In article <5245b61a$0$2780$c3e8da3$76491128@news.astraweb.co m>,
    >> notgonn@happen.com says...
    >>> Stop being so angry. Sheez.
    >>>

    >> Lately Nod's acting like his computer crashed and took out his porn
    >> collection.
    >>
    >> Al
    >>

    >
    > Worse then that, it's like his willy dropper off.


    You're all wrong! It's nothing more than menopause!

    --

    Xeno

  4. #64
    Ext User(Blue Heeler) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    Xeno Lith wrote:


    > >
    > >

    > No wonder he knows bugger all about steering and suspensions then!
    > ;-)


    and it is cartainly the case that you don't ****wit.

    I asked you a perfectly reasonable question about how you imagine that
    power steering affect torque steer and you did your usual duck and
    cover routine.

  5. #65
    Ext User(Blue Heeler) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    Xeno Lith wrote:

    > On 28/09/13 2:22 PM, Albm&ctd wrote:
    > > In article <l24039$n2m$1@dont-email.me>, xenolith@optusnet.com.au
    > > says...
    > > > On 27/09/13 10:24 PM, Noddy wrote:
    > > > > On 27/09/13 8:57 PM, Clocky wrote:
    > > > >
    > > > > > He's got a valid point on this occasion however.
    > > > >
    > > > > Considering that he's a professional bullshit artist, you are
    > > > > completely wrong. He never has a valid point ever.
    > > >
    > > > Where's your response to my explanation of torque steer with
    > > > respect to power steering? You completely dissed that valid
    > > > point. You didn't even offer to logically counter it.
    > > > >

    > > Don't know what this is about, but did they have power steering and
    > > front wheel drive back in your day, old man?
    > >
    > > Al
    > >

    > Just exactly when is/was "my day"?


    You never had a "day", you were never good enough.

  6. #66
    Ext User(Xeno Lith) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 6:42 PM, Blue Heeler wrote:
    > Xeno Lith wrote:
    >
    >
    >>>
    >>>

    >> No wonder he knows bugger all about steering and suspensions then!
    >> ;-)

    >
    > and it is cartainly the case that you don't ****wit.
    >
    > I asked you a perfectly reasonable question about how you imagine that
    > power steering affect torque steer and you did your usual duck and
    > cover routine.
    >

    See my post way back for the answer to that. I did give an explanation,
    you must have missed it. It's the one Noddy is avoiding a response to
    since it he seems to think power steering has NO effect on torque steer.
    He won't explain why he seems to be at odds with the rest of the
    motoring world however.

    --

    Xeno

  7. #67
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 3:50 PM, Clocky wrote:

    > A Dutchman with all the shitty (iow your) German genetics removed.


    Is that right? I doubt it.

    Not that I've ever been much into genealogy, but my German ancestry is 5
    or 6 generations back on my father's side. Since then it's been strictly
    Aussie. I seem to recall you saying you weren't born here, and the Dutch
    are as close to being German as you can get without actually being so.
    They even speak the same ****ing language, or near enough to it :)

    I take it you're unaware that of all the occupied countries during WWII,
    the Dutch had the largest "pro Nazi" sentiment?

    That's because all Dutchmen are ignorant wannabee German ****s :)



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    Regards,
    Noddy.

  8. #68
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 12:38 PM, Clocky wrote:

    > Pointing out the pure bullshit, hypocrisy and vitriolic bullying in
    > certain individuals isn't "shit stirring".


    It sure as shit is when you indulge in that *very* thing yourself in
    order to gain an advantage.

    Huh Mr. 10hp car engine fan? :)



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    Regards,
    Noddy.

  9. #69
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 3:54 PM, Clocky wrote:

    > Not even. His drag engines blow up.


    *all* drag engines blow up. Its the nature of the beast. The more power
    they make the shorter their lifespan.

    > All he is good at is bullshitting and pilfering Google pages.


    How do you know?

    > He's not even a mechanic, just a lowly engine re-ringer and an
    > incompetent one at that


    Again I ask. How do you know?

    At the very minimum I'm *not* shitting my pants at the prospect of
    people finding out what I did or a living or how old I am :)



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    Regards,
    Noddy.

  10. #70
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 3:40 PM, atec77 wrote:

    > Acting like his momma caught his pre-pubescent self doing something very
    > bad


    Thanks Barry. Now, back to eating the cheese from under your foreskin.



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    Regards,
    Noddy.

  11. #71
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 9:32 AM, Clocky wrote:

    > Errr, no.


    Errr yes, you ****ing dickhead :)

    > If you don't know how a car is going to behave you drive accordingly,
    > and you certainly select a low gear when descending no matter what you
    > are driving anyway.


    Have a gander at Mr. Driving Instructor here. This is the bloke who used
    to brag about his Mitsubishi Colt being a great car. It probably was to
    a 16 year old kid who's only wheeled vehicle prior to that was made by
    Malvern Star :)

    > Any driver should drive to conditions (which includes the car, the
    > environment and experience with the car) and not by any assumption.
    >
    > But you know this and are just defending the FIGJAM who can't drive in
    > your usual role.


    I know you like to often look like a ****wit, but it's a bit hard in
    this case considering you have no idea of the road in question.




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    Regards,
    Noddy.

  12. #72
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 2:44 AM, Clocky wrote:

    > By what you posted yourself you twat.


    You were there? Or by some miraculous insight you were able to tell
    precisely what took place based on the brief description I gave?

    ****, you're amazing. No wonder you were ****ing around on PC's when you
    were 9 years old. You're just brilliant.



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    Regards,
    Noddy.

  13. #73
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 12:33 PM, Clocky wrote:

    > It's a ****ing shopping trolley hurtling down a ****ing mountain, what
    > do you think is going to happen?


    Hurtling down a mountain? I'm sorry, but where was this ever mentioned?

    Is your comprehension flaring up again, is it?

    > He did loose control, and the driver put himself in that position.


    Feel free to cite the part where I said I lost control. I mean, you
    don't want to be seen to be a liar, right?


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    Regards,
    Noddy.

  14. #74
    Ext User(Jason James) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    Clocky wrote:
    > Jason James wrote:
    >> Xeno Lith wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >> >>
    >>> Noddy is the premier shit stirrer in this newsgroup. Only need to look
    >>> at the number and content of his posts to see that!

    >>
    >>
    >> One thing he is good at, is mechanics of many types of vehicle
    >> including Dragsters at speed pulling an unrequested RH turn..
    >>

    >
    > Not even. His drag engines blow up.
    >
    > All he is good at is bullshitting and pilfering Google pages.
    >
    > He's not even a mechanic, just a lowly engine re-ringer and an
    > incompetent one at that.


    Yeah,,...right. In the wake of the mess that was the change-over from
    Technician to Technical officer structure, many techs had their pass
    card as a technician, but no where much to go with it. So was born the
    "eligibility" examininations,..once per year. Personaly wise it took me
    a few to make the grade.

    After a while, when it became a little embarrassing that techs were
    field-training RTOs [fresh outa their time] to work on field equipments,
    all techs so
    employed became RTO-1s,..and I was eventually promoted to RTO-4.

    All these shenanigans went to prove was,..formal classifications are/can
    be/will be,a PIA.

    Whatever Nod's classification is,..will remain, what some stupid board
    of enginneers will deign,...however,.. the real meaning of his
    abilities, will remain "in the eating". And boy o boy, dont get me
    started on head-office engineers *and* field staff doing the real work :-)

    Jason





  15. #75
    Ext User(D Walford) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/2013 12:38 PM, Clocky wrote:
    > D Walford wrote:
    >> On 28/09/2013 2:45 AM, Clocky wrote:
    >>> Noddy wrote:
    >>>> On 27/09/13 11:10 PM, Xeno Lith wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Where's your response to my explanation of torque steer with
    >>>>> respect to
    >>>>> power steering? You completely dissed that valid point. You didn't
    >>>>> even
    >>>>> offer to logically counter it.
    >>>>
    >>>> You're clearly not the brightest texta in the packet and will never
    >>>> figure it out for yourself, so I'll give you a hint.
    >>>>
    >>>> If you're waiting for me to engage in a serious conversation with you
    >>>> then you are going to be waiting for a ****ing *hell* of a long time. I
    >>>> don't like you, I think you're a ****ing lying **** and I have no
    >>>> intention of *ever* engaging you in serious conversation.
    >>>>
    >>>> All you will ever get from me is insult and/or ridicule, so persist
    >>>> with
    >>>> that if you like or just simply give up and **** off.
    >>>>
    >>>> Your call.
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> Stop being so angry. Sheez.

    >>
    >>
    >> That's a bit rich coming from you who seems determined to shit stir for
    >> some unknown reason

    >
    > Pointing out the pure bullshit, hypocrisy and vitriolic bullying in
    > certain individuals isn't "shit stirring".
    >
    >

    Pot kettle, Noddy and I disagree on many subjects especially politics
    but our discussions don't resort to childish insults so you are reaping
    what you are sewing.

    --
    Daryl

  16. #76
    Ext User(D Walford) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/2013 12:33 PM, Clocky wrote:
    > D Walford wrote:
    >> On 28/09/2013 9:32 AM, Clocky wrote:
    >>> D Walford wrote:
    >>>> On 28/09/2013 2:44 AM, Clocky wrote:
    >>>>> Noddy wrote:
    >>>>>> On 27/09/13 8:57 PM, Clocky wrote:
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>> He's got a valid point on this occasion however.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> Considering that he's a professional bullshit artist, you are
    >>>>>> completely
    >>>>>> wrong. He never has a valid point ever.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>> You simply can't ****ing drive.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> How the **** would you know dickhead?
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> By what you posted yourself you twat.
    >>>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> If you drive 10 different cars down the same hill at the same speed in
    >>>> the same way and one out of the 10 experiences fade then its the fault
    >>>> of the car not the driver,
    >>>
    >>> Errr, no.

    >>
    >> Errr yes, if I was driving an old Valiant I would expect serious brake
    >> fade but driving a relatively modern car like a Getz I wouldn't expect
    >> it especially if every other car I had driven in the same conditions
    >> didn't experience fade.
    >>
    >>>
    >>> I would only blame the driver if the car
    >>>> actually crashed when they previously knew that the car they were
    >>>> driving was prone to fade.
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> If you don't know how a car is going to behave you drive accordingly,
    >>> and you certainly select a low gear when descending no matter what you
    >>> are driving anyway.

    >>
    >> Its a very reasonable expectation that a modern car won't suffer from
    >> excessive brake fade when driven normally.
    >>>

    >
    > It's a ****ing shopping trolley hurtling down a ****ing mountain, what
    > do you think is going to happen?


    Hurtling?
    You making shit up again, from what I read he was just driving normally.
    >
    >>> Any driver should drive to conditions (which includes the car, the
    >>> environment and experience with the car) and not by any assumption.
    >>>

    >>
    >> True but if fade is only experienced in one out of 10 cars in the same
    >> circumstances then it is mostly the fault of the car, IMO it only
    >> becomes the fault of the driver if they allow it to get so bad that they
    >> loose control.
    >>

    >
    > He did loose control, and the driver put himself in that position.


    He did say he got a bit close to the car in front but no mention of a
    collision so he may have come close to loosing control but not quite.
    >
    >>> But you know this and are just defending the FIGJAM who can't drive in
    >>> your usual role.

    >>
    >> What's wrong, your clogs too tight again.

    >
    > Schmacko time again?


    Very tight clogs are spoiling the blood flow to your brain so badly that
    you are behaving like a small child, FFS grow up.
    --
    Daryl

  17. #77
    Ext User(D Walford) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/2013 3:54 PM, Clocky wrote:
    > Jason James wrote:
    >> Xeno Lith wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >> >>
    >>> Noddy is the premier shit stirrer in this newsgroup. Only need to look
    >>> at the number and content of his posts to see that!

    >>
    >>
    >> One thing he is good at, is mechanics of many types of vehicle
    >> including Dragsters at speed pulling an unrequested RH turn..
    >>

    >
    > Not even. His drag engines blow up.
    >
    > All he is good at is bullshitting and pilfering Google pages.
    >
    > He's not even a mechanic, just a lowly engine re-ringer and an
    > incompetent one at that.
    >
    >

    You make such childish comments then complain when they come back at
    you, FFS grow up.

    --
    Daryl

  18. #78
    Ext User(Paul Saccani) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On Sat, 28 Sep 2013 20:01:09 +1000, Noddy <me@wardengineering.com.au>
    wrote:

    >On 28/09/13 3:50 PM, Clocky wrote:
    >
    >> A Dutchman with all the shitty (iow your) German genetics removed.

    >
    >Is that right? I doubt it.
    >
    >Not that I've ever been much into genealogy, but my German ancestry is 5
    >or 6 generations back on my father's side. Since then it's been strictly
    >Aussie. I seem to recall you saying you weren't born here, and the Dutch
    >are as close to being German as you can get without actually being so.


    That would be Austria, I would suggest.

    >They even speak the same ****ing language, or near enough to it :)
    >
    >I take it you're unaware that of all the occupied countries during WWII,
    >the Dutch had the largest "pro Nazi" sentiment?


    That would be Austria, again, I would suggest.

    I wouldn't have though the Netherlands to even be in the top five for
    collaboration.

    >That's because all Dutchmen are ignorant wannabee German ****s :)



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    Paul Saccani
    Perth, Western Australia.

  19. #79
    Ext User(Xeno Lith) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 8:13 PM, Noddy wrote:
    > On 28/09/13 12:33 PM, Clocky wrote:
    >
    >> It's a ****ing shopping trolley hurtling down a ****ing mountain, what
    >> do you think is going to happen?

    >
    > Hurtling down a mountain? I'm sorry, but where was this ever mentioned?
    >
    > Is your comprehension flaring up again, is it?
    >
    >> He did loose control, and the driver put himself in that position.

    >
    > Feel free to cite the part where I said I lost control. I mean, you
    > don't want to be seen to be a liar, right?
    >
    >

    How about this bit?
    >
    > In the case in question, a car in front (which was a mid 90's Camry
    > as I recall) was being driven on the brake down one of the grades
    > and I had to brake to avoid hitting it and adjust to it's speed but
    > the little Hyundai's chocolate chip biscuit brake pads went off *way*
    > before the Camry's seemed to and I ended up having to drive around it
    > and then stopping with the trans and hand brake or I would have run
    > right up it's clacker.
    >

    Now, let me see, you "had to drive around it". What, pray tell, would
    you have done had there been another car coming the other way? Head on
    collision or dive off into the scrub? If you couldn't stop BEHIND the
    Camry, you quite obviously weren't in control. The reality was, you got
    lucky, your prayers worked!
    Don't use the line that it was an unfamiliar car as that has little
    credibility. It should have been all the more reason to take care.

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    Xeno

  20. #80
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: A question of physics>>

    On 28/09/13 8:36 PM, D Walford wrote:

    > Hurtling?
    > You making shit up again, from what I read he was just driving normally.


    I was.

    The thing was fine all the way down until I came up on a slow moving car
    and had to use the brakes for a bit longer than I had previously been
    and that's when they went away quickly. The point, which was lost on
    him, was in just how quickly the soft as shit factory pads went off.

    > He did say he got a bit close to the car in front but no mention of a
    > collision so he may have come close to loosing control but not quite.


    Never even come close to losing control. I had to go around the old bird
    in her Camry or I would have hit it, but that was about the extent of
    the excitement.

    It all sounds very uninteresting, and it was. Trouble is that it doesn't
    stop dickheads from painting outrageous pictures and that's stupid
    really as I've had *far* worse incidents than that :)

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    Regards,
    Noddy.

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