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  1. #41
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: My day

    On 05/10/13 2:06 PM, Albm&ctd wrote:

    > I know you would just love a Fiat POP.
    > www.fiat.com.au/fiat500pop


    I don't think so. You couldn't give me an Italian car for free.

    > Perfect dwarf car.


    It probably is, but I already have a nice car. This one:
    > http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c3...psc51c0cc6.jpg






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    Noddy.

  2. #42
    Ext User(Clocky) Guest

    Re: My day


    "Noddy" <me@wardengineering.com.au> wrote in message
    news:l2lmv6$d4d$3@dont-email.me...
    > On 04/10/13 2:45 PM, OzOne@Crackerbox-Palace.com wrote:
    >
    >> I wouldn't know....I only had one

    >
    > Bullshit.
    >
    >> Nope,
    >> I won't do anything because I don't want to.

    >
    > Translation:
    >
    > I can't make my bullshit look real by offering up "fake" evidence, so
    > don't hold your breath waiting to see any".
    >
    > Gotcha.



    Just like you and the imaginary PC you owned in September of 1981 aye?
    Cobber?

    Gotcha indeed.



  3. #43
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: My day

    On 06/10/13 10:35 AM, Clocky wrote:

    > Just like you and the imaginary PC you owned in September of 1981 aye?
    > Cobber?


    Do you know what the really funny thing is here tic-toc? You'll *never*
    know if you're right. You might like to surround yourself with google
    ammunition and *think* you are, but the fact remains that you have no
    first hand knowledge of the era and can only piece together what you
    *think* happened based on what scant information you can find in the
    internet.

    > Gotcha indeed.


    How sad :)


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  4. #44
    Ext User(Albm&ctd) Guest

    Re: My day

    In article <l2p4i7$280$3@dont-email.me>, me@wardengineering.com.au says...
    > On 05/10/13 2:19 PM, Albm&ctd wrote:
    >
    > > Even if most of that real advice is wrong :)

    >
    > It's worth exactly what they pay for it Al. Of course, they're free to
    > lob to their nearest dealer/repairer and have their wallets emptied if
    > they wish.
    >

    Yes, but they do get a technician or drugged out apprentice to walk about under
    their car and black the tyres with some greasy substance and wash the windscreen
    and fart on their seat for *free* so what value would you put on those extras.

    Al
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    I don't take sides.
    It's more fun to insult everyone.

  5. #45
    Ext User(Albm&ctd) Guest

    Re: My day

    In article <l2p55q$72o$1@dont-email.me>, me@wardengineering.com.au says...
    > On 05/10/13 2:06 PM, Albm&ctd wrote:
    >
    > > I know you would just love a Fiat POP.
    > > www.fiat.com.au/fiat500pop

    >
    > I don't think so. You couldn't give me an Italian car for free.
    >
    > > Perfect dwarf car.

    >
    > It probably is, but I already have a nice car. This one:
    > > http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c3...psc51c0cc6.jpg

    >

    **** photobucket. When are you going to get some web space of your own?

    Al
    --
    I don't take sides.
    It's more fun to insult everyone.

  6. #46
    Ext User(Clocky) Guest

    Re: My day


    "Noddy" <me@wardengineering.com.au> wrote in message
    news:l2qe33$g3l$3@dont-email.me...
    > On 06/10/13 10:35 AM, Clocky wrote:
    >
    >> Just like you and the imaginary PC you owned in September of 1981 aye?
    >> Cobber?

    >
    > Do you know what the really funny thing is here tic-toc? You'll *never*
    > know if you're right.


    Yes I do. You claimed one thing and provided no evidence. I provided counter
    evidence to your nonsensical claim.
    Until *you* can disprove my evidence by backing up *your* claim - you are
    wrong.

    It's not like I haven't tried finding evidence and references to prove
    myself wrong (remember, computers and their history is a passion of mine)
    but I can't find anything that backs up your assertion. Nothing, nada, niks.

    Do you have an explanation? Guess you don't feel obliged to offer one, but
    you will insist on demanding it of others because you're a ****ing
    hypocrite.

    You might like to surround yourself with google
    > ammunition and *think* you are,


    Google, books, articles, historical evidence even IBM's own timeline, all of
    which fly in the face of your silly assertion that you owned a PC in
    Australia in September 1981.

    but the fact remains that you have no
    > first hand knowledge of the era and can only piece together what you
    > *think* happened based on what scant information you can find in the
    > internet.
    >


    And wrong on that one too. Pretty much nothing you have spoken of that was
    happening on the home computer and PC in that era was accurate and you
    changed your story, squirmed, moved mountains let alone goalposts in order
    to cover up your bullshit. Guess what, doesn't work.

    >> Gotcha indeed.

    >
    > How sad :)
    >


    For you, indeed.



  7. #47
    Ext User() Guest

    Re: My day

    On Sat, 05 Oct 2013 23:45:35 +1000, Noddy <me@wardengineering.com.au>
    wrote:

    >On 05/10/13 2:06 PM, Albm&ctd wrote:
    >
    >> I know you would just love a Fiat POP.
    >> www.fiat.com.au/fiat500pop

    >
    >I don't think so. You couldn't give me an Italian car for free.
    >


    More lies!




    OzOne of the three twins

    I welcome you to Crackerbox Palace.

  8. #48
    Ext User() Guest

    Re: My day

    On Sun, 06 Oct 2013 12:23:47 +1100, Noddy <me@wardengineering.com.au>
    wrote:

    >On 06/10/13 10:35 AM, Clocky wrote:
    >
    >> Just like you and the imaginary PC you owned in September of 1981 aye?
    >> Cobber?

    >
    >Do you know what the really funny thing is here tic-toc? You'll *never*
    >know if you're right. You might like to surround yourself with google
    >ammunition and *think* you are, but the fact remains that you have no
    >first hand knowledge of the era and can only piece together what you
    >*think* happened based on what scant information you can find in the
    >internet.


    Face it...You lied again.




    OzOne of the three twins

    I welcome you to Crackerbox Palace.

  9. #49
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: My day

    On 06/10/13 2:50 PM, Albm&ctd wrote:

    > **** photobucket. When are you going to get some web space of your own?


    I have Al. I have a library at Photobucket :)


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  10. #50
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: My day

    On 06/10/13 4:09 PM, OzOne@Crackerbox-Palace.com wrote:

    > Face it...You lied again.


    Lol. From the bloke that had is arse ****ed *so* hard in the mini
    cross-flow head debate that he had to disappear from here for well over
    a year :)


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    Noddy.

  11. #51
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: My day

    On 06/10/13 4:10 PM, OzOne@Crackerbox-Palace.com wrote:

    > More lies!


    So now I'm lying about what I would and wouldn't be happy to own?

    Jesus.... :)


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    Noddy.

  12. #52
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: My day

    On 06/10/13 3:10 PM, Clocky wrote:

    > Yes I do. You claimed one thing and provided no evidence. I provided counter
    > evidence to your nonsensical claim.
    > Until *you* can disprove my evidence by backing up *your* claim - you are
    > wrong.


    What a load of utter shit. By your ****ed up logic, if I claimed to have
    accidentally severed by jugular I should automatically be dead if I
    didn't prove that I got to a hospital before I bled out.

    You want to talk about credibility here pal? Tell me how old you were in
    1981....

    Any time soon would be good. I'm sure there's a whole heap of people who
    have been waiting to hear you say so for a while now :)

    > And wrong on that one too. Pretty much nothing you have spoken of that was
    > happening on the home computer and PC in that era was accurate


    I'm sorry, but what claims are these you're talking about now? Is this
    *new* bullshit you've invented?

    > and you changed your story, squirmed, moved mountains let alone goalposts in order
    > to cover up your bullshit. Guess what, doesn't work.


    Feel free to show where I ever said *anything* other than having a PC in
    September 1981. In fact, I recall that I said that I had it while I was
    watching the 1981 grand final. I've never said anything else and *still*
    maintain that to be the case.

    You can keep bashing your knob over this shit for the next 20 years if
    you like, but you'll never get me to change my story

    > For you, indeed.


    Not sad for me tic-toc, as I actually owned the thing. I bought it with
    real money while you were trying to grow into long pants and wait for
    someone to invent your Amiga game console.

    Must have sucked to be you.



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    Noddy.

  13. #53
    Ext User(Clocky) Guest

    Re: My day


    "Noddy" <me@wardengineering.com.au> wrote in message
    news:l2qub1$cmn$2@dont-email.me...
    > On 06/10/13 4:09 PM, OzOne@Crackerbox-Palace.com wrote:
    >
    >> Face it...You lied again.

    >
    > Lol. From the bloke that had is arse ****ed *so* hard in the mini
    > cross-flow head debate that he had to disappear from here for well over a
    > year :)
    >


    So when are you going?



  14. #54
    Ext User(Clocky) Guest

    Re: My day


    "Noddy" <me@wardengineering.com.au> wrote in message
    news:l2qu82$cmn$1@dont-email.me...
    > On 06/10/13 3:10 PM, Clocky wrote:
    >
    >> Yes I do. You claimed one thing and provided no evidence. I provided
    >> counter
    >> evidence to your nonsensical claim.
    >> Until *you* can disprove my evidence by backing up *your* claim - you are
    >> wrong.

    >
    > What a load of utter shit. By your ****ed up logic, if I claimed to have
    > accidentally severed by jugular I should automatically be dead if I didn't
    > prove that I got to a hospital before I bled out.
    >


    I would accept the evidence that you made it to hospital, you would tell I
    wouldn't know either way because I wasn't there when you're clearly still
    alive you ****ing idiot.

    See how you would go in a court of law with your ****ed up logic.



    > You want to talk about credibility here pal? Tell me how old you were in
    > 1981....
    >


    Why, I told you I was there. I say you are wrong, IBM says your wrong, my
    books say you're wrong, articles of the day say you are wrong, historical
    documents from the time say you are wrong.

    The only person who says you are right is you, and you have provided *no*
    evidence except ever changing "memories" of events.

    I call bullshit and I'm justified in doing so.

    > Any time soon would be good. I'm sure there's a whole heap of people who
    > have been waiting to hear you say so for a while now :)
    >


    Why would anyone actually care? I'm older then you think I am and that is
    enough.

    >> And wrong on that one too. Pretty much nothing you have spoken of that
    >> was
    >> happening on the home computer and PC in that era was accurate

    >
    > I'm sorry, but what claims are these you're talking about now? Is this
    > *new* bullshit you've invented?
    >


    That there weren't millions of home computers in homes in the early 80's.
    You called bullshit, I showed you that one 1 particular model sold a million
    on it's own before by 1982 and it was far from the only one out there.

    >> and you changed your story, squirmed, moved mountains let alone goalposts
    >> in order
    >> to cover up your bullshit. Guess what, doesn't work.

    >
    > Feel free to show where I ever said *anything* other than having a PC in
    > September 1981. In fact, I recall that I said that I had it while I was
    > watching the 1981 grand final. I've never said anything else and *still*
    > maintain that to be the case.
    >


    Despite all the evidence, you stick to that bullshit. What does that say
    about you?

    > You can keep bashing your knob over this shit for the next 20 years if you
    > like, but you'll never get me to change my story
    >


    It's a shining example of your hypocrisy in demanding evidence of other
    peoples claims yet not feeling obligated to do the same for your bullshit.
    That's why you need reminding.

    >> For you, indeed.

    >
    > Not sad for me tic-toc, as I actually owned the thing. I bought it with
    > real money


    Imagined money for the imagined system you never owned in September 1981.

    I had many computers before you even imagined owning your PC you sad little
    man.




  15. #55
    Ext User(jonz) Guest

    Re: My day

    On 10/6/2013 3:10 PM, Clocky wrote:
    > "Noddy" <me@wardengineering.com.au> wrote in message
    > news:l2qe33$g3l$3@dont-email.me...
    >> On 06/10/13 10:35 AM, Clocky wrote:
    >>
    >>> Just like you and the imaginary PC you owned in September of 1981 aye?
    >>> Cobber?

    >>
    >> Do you know what the really funny thing is here tic-toc? You'll *never*
    >> know if you're right.

    >
    > Yes I do. You claimed one thing and provided no evidence. I provided counter
    > evidence to your nonsensical claim.
    > Until *you* can disprove my evidence by backing up *your* claim - you are
    > wrong.
    >
    > It's not like I haven't tried finding evidence and references to prove
    > myself wrong (remember, computers and their history is a passion of mine)
    > but I can't find anything that backs up your assertion. Nothing, nada, niks.
    >
    > Do you have an explanation? Guess you don't feel obliged to offer one, but
    > you will insist on demanding it of others because you're a ****ing
    > hypocrite.
    >
    > You might like to surround yourself with google
    >> ammunition and *think* you are,

    >
    > Google, books, articles, historical evidence even IBM's own timeline, all of
    > which fly in the face of your silly assertion that you owned a PC in
    > Australia in September 1981.
    >
    > but the fact remains that you have no
    >> first hand knowledge of the era and can only piece together what you
    >> *think* happened based on what scant information you can find in the
    >> internet.
    >>

    >
    > And wrong on that one too. Pretty much nothing you have spoken of that was
    > happening on the home computer and PC in that era was accurate and you
    > changed your story, squirmed, moved mountains let alone goalposts in order
    > to cover up your bullshit. Guess what, doesn't work.
    >
    >>> Gotcha indeed.

    >>
    >> How sad :)
    >>

    >
    > For you, indeed.

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    just cant help themselves?
    >
    >



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  16. #56
    Ext User(Blue Heeler) Guest

    Re: My day

    OzOne@Crackerbox-Palace.com wrote:

    > >
    > > Tin? where is ozliar's Aluminium Dino I'd like to know.

    >
    >
    > Never had an aluminium Dino.



    Well yes we know that, also known is that you never had a Dino, period.

    But you did claim to have an aluminium Dino, that is until you
    discovered that no such thing existed in the real world. Then you
    commenced your normal duck/cover/lie squink campaign to try and pretend
    you never said it.


    Stupid little fantasist liar that you are.


    >
    > I had a Dino with ally door skins.
    >
    > Also had a Cooper S with an ally roof and boot skin
    > Yep you read right..



    I'm sure in your imagination you have lots of thngs, including a real
    life, an non-repellant personality and friends. All the things you do
    not have in real life.
    >


  17. #57
    Ext User(Blue Heeler) Guest

    Re: My day

    OzOne@Crackerbox-Palace.com wrote:

    > > I'd like to see a photo too, with a copy of today's newspaper with
    > > the mast-head date legible, on the bonnet.
    > >
    > > Be the only HPE on the planet that hasn't rusted out or simply
    > > fallen apart.
    > >
    > >
    > > They were very, very poorly put together.

    >
    > Unsurprisingly you have little knowledge.
    > From 1982 the Lancia was as rust free as most cars of its era.
    > They had stopped using the inferior Russian steel.
    > Considering the very few that were sold here because of their past
    > reputation, there are still many around in good condition.



    Bullshit!

    What you have forgotten, silly little liar that you are, is that I
    owned a 1982 lancia HPE. I have written about it here and how it was
    the absolute worst car buying decision I ever made.


    >
    > yes they require maintenance.
    > A couple of tubes of the different Loctites was an asset.



    If by maintainence you mean the constant chasing of generally minor,
    but nonetheless highly irritating problems that should never have
    occurred in a properly designed and built car.
    >
    > They were no worse than anything else from that era



    Absolute ****ing bullshit! They were an abject piece of shit and it was
    a mercy that the Lancia concern became insolvent not too long after
    thereby preventing the infliction on the world of their underdone crap!.

    >
    > But hey...I'm not going to change your unresearched, ill informed
    > opinion.
    >


    Moron, unlike you I owned one of the miserable pieces of shit.

  18. #58
    Ext User(jonz) Guest

    Re: My day

    On 10/6/2013 7:19 PM, Blue Heeler wrote:
    > OzOne@Crackerbox-Palace.com wrote:
    >
    >>>
    >>> Tin? where is ozliar's Aluminium Dino I'd like to know.

    >>
    >>
    >> Never had an aluminium Dino.

    >
    >
    > Well yes we know that, also known is that you never had a Dino, period.
    >
    > But you did claim to have an aluminium Dino, that is until you
    > discovered that no such thing existed in the real world. Then you
    > commenced your normal duck/cover/lie squink campaign to try and pretend
    > you never said it.
    >
    >
    > Stupid little fantasist liar that you are.
    >
    >
    >>
    >> I had a Dino with ally door skins.
    >>
    >> Also had a Cooper S with an ally roof and boot skin
    >> Yep you read right..

    >
    >
    > I'm sure in your imagination you have lots of thngs, including a real
    > life, an non-repellant personality and friends. All the things you do
    > not have in real life.

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    That is, and will ramain, _YOUR_ problem.......U repulsive
    girlyman............
    >>



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  19. #59
    Ext User(jonz) Guest

    Re: My day

    On 10/6/2013 7:27 PM, Blue Heeler wrote:
    > OzOne@Crackerbox-Palace.com wrote:
    >
    >>> I'd like to see a photo too, with a copy of today's newspaper with
    >>> the mast-head date legible, on the bonnet.
    >>>
    >>> Be the only HPE on the planet that hasn't rusted out or simply
    >>> fallen apart.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> They were very, very poorly put together.

    >>
    >> Unsurprisingly you have little knowledge.
    >> From 1982 the Lancia was as rust free as most cars of its era.
    >> They had stopped using the inferior Russian steel.
    >> Considering the very few that were sold here because of their past
    >> reputation, there are still many around in good condition.

    >
    >
    > Bullshit!
    >
    > What you have forgotten, silly little liar that you are, is that I
    > owned a 1982 lancia HPE. I have written about it here and how it was
    > the absolute worst car buying decision I ever made.
    >
    >
    >>
    >> yes they require maintenance.
    >> A couple of tubes of the different Loctites was an asset.

    >
    >
    > If by maintainence you mean the constant chasing of generally minor,
    > but nonetheless highly irritating problems that should never have
    > occurred in a properly designed and built car.
    >>
    >> They were no worse than anything else from that era

    >
    >
    > Absolute ****ing bullshit! They were an abject piece of shit and it was
    > a mercy that the Lancia concern became insolvent not too long after
    > thereby preventing the infliction on the world of their underdone crap!.
    >
    >>
    >> But hey...I'm not going to change your unresearched, ill informed
    >> opinion.
    >>

    >
    > Moron, unlike you I owned one of the miserable pieces of shit.

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    AHH, who be the moron? Keep digging lardy.....Wot a
    wanka.......BwwaaaaHA etc. 8-)
    >



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  20. #60
    Ext User(Noddy) Guest

    Re: My day

    On 06/10/13 5:34 PM, Clocky wrote:

    > Why, I told you I was there.


    Yes, you did, but there is a difference between being "there" as a 9
    year old boy, and being there as a "hands on expert" who was aware of
    exactly what was going on like you make out you were.

    Clearly there is a very good reason (for you) as to why you won't tell
    anyone how old you were at the time.

    > I say you are wrong,


    You certainly do.

    > IBM says your wrong,


    No, they don't. IBM says they didn't release the PC to the world wide
    market until 1983, and even you have acknowledged that they were in
    widespread use with government departments here placing volume orders
    *way* before then.

    Much like the recent federal election, the start of the "official"
    campaign was announced a *long* time after the electioneering began.

    > my books say you're wrong, articles of the day say you are wrong, historical
    > documents from the time say you are wrong.


    Well we'll just have to take your word on all of that shit, won't we? As
    all the "proof" you showed anyone here was some bloke's blog :)

    > The only person who says you are right is you, and you have provided *no*
    > evidence except ever changing "memories" of events.


    Feel free to cite where I have ever said anything different to having
    one in September 1981.

    > I call bullshit and I'm justified in doing so.


    It's a free country pal, and you're entitled to call bullshit as often
    as you like. Of course, you appreciate that doing so does not
    automatically mean you're right.

    > Why would anyone actually care? I'm older then you think I am and that is
    > enough.


    There is only ever going to be *one* reason why you will never tell
    anyone how old you are, and that's because doing so will discredit you.
    Suit yourself and play your stupid game, but if you ask me you've
    already done the damage with your continual refusal.

    > That there weren't millions of home computers in homes in the early 80's.


    Oh, that. Yeah, that's right. There wasn't.

    > You called bullshit, I showed you that one 1 particular model sold a million
    > on it's own before by 1982 and it was far from the only one out there.


    In 1981 I was the only person out of any of the 30 or something friends
    I went to school with who had a computer (or computers plural at that
    stage) and of all the people I knew at the time only one other person
    had one. Today I don't know anyone who *doesn't* have one.

    Were they out there at the time? Of course they were, but only someone
    in an advances state of paranoia (or no relevant memory :) could ever
    suggest that they were commonplace in 1981.

    In those days, they were very definitely *not* a commonplace household
    appliance, and I expect that's a difficult thing for someone like you to
    accept considering that you've never experienced a world without them.

    > Despite all the evidence, you stick to that bullshit. What does that say
    > about you?


    It says that despite all your ridiculous posturing my past isn't about
    to change any time soon.

    > It's a shining example of your hypocrisy in demanding evidence of other
    > peoples claims yet not feeling obligated to do the same for your bullshit.
    > That's why you need reminding.


    Rubbish.

    I'd be only too happy to rub your nose in shit and give you whatever
    "evidence" you'd like, but there's none to give you. It was 32 ****ing
    years ago and as much of a stickler as I am for hanging on to momentos I
    neither have the original machine, the receipt or anything else relating
    to it.

    That is reasonable, but then you're aware of that too which is why you
    keep asking for it.

    > I had many computers before you even imagined owning your PC you sad little
    > man.


    Keep telling yourself that junior and one day it might be true. By the
    time you'd managed to con your parents out of enough money to buy your
    first game console I was already buying and selling PC's and other
    peripherals by the furniture van full.




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    Noddy.

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